Какъв е бил оригиналът на Станиславовия чети-миней?
Identifying the Antigraph of Stanislav’s Menologion
Subject(s): History, Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Literary Texts, Cultural history, Studies of Literature, Middle Ages, Theology and Religion, Translation Studies
Published by: Институт за литература - BAN
Keywords: Bulgarian orthography; Serbian Orthography; morphology and phonetics; Tǎrnovo written tradition; OCS literary norms
Summary/Abstract: The paper describes briefly the most important orthographic and morphologic features of MS 1039 from the National Library in Sofia, known as Stanislav’s Menologion. The manuscript contains an old hagiographic collection for September, October and the first eleven days of November that could be traced back to the First Bulgarian Kingdom and the rule of Tsar Petar. The codex appeared in a difficult political and cultural situation after the defeat of the Bulgarian Tsar Michael Shishman in 1330, when a part of the Western Bulgarian lands were subjugated to Serbian rule. The author aims to identify the Bulgarian and Serbian features on orthographic, phonetic and morphological levels in order to establish the hypothetical antigraph of the codex, and concludes, on the base of the analysis, that the compilation was copied from a sophisticated Middle Bulgarian manuscript that shared the linguistic and orthographic characteristics of the Tǎrnovo written tradition before Patriarch Euthymius’ reform.
- Issue Year: 2018
- Issue No: 57-58
- Page Range: 128-142
- Page Count: 15
- Language: Bulgarian