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Slovo : časopis Staroslavenskoga instituta u Zagrebu, No.62 Prosinac 2012.

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Twenty two 11th –12th century Old Russian glagolitic graffiti inscriptions from Novgorod

Савва Михайлович Михеев ; Институт славяноведения РАН Лeнинcкий пpocпeкт 32-A Москва, Pоссийcкaя Фeдepaция

Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (928 KB) str. 63-99 preuzimanja: 1.159* citiraj
APA
Михеев, С.М. (2012). Twenty two 11th –12th century Old Russian glagolitic graffiti inscriptions from Novgorod. Slovo : časopis Staroslavenskoga instituta u Zagrebu, (62), 63-99. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/97659

Sažetak
The paper offers a publication and study of all Glagolitic graffiti inscriptions from Novgorod known today. There are 20 inscriptions from St. Sophia Cathedral and two from the churches in the vicinity of the town – the church of the Annunciation at Gorodishche and St. George’s Cathedral of the Yuriev Monastery. Only eleven inscriptions have been known to scholars until recently. The Novgorodian Glagolitic graffiti contain some valuable anthroponymic data: the unique names Strъi, Dědjata, *Našьgoi, the typical Novgorodian names Vojata and Zavidъ, an interesting variant of the name Grigorii – Grigorija. According to the stratigraphic and paleographic data the whole Novgorodian Glagolitic “corpus” is dated no earlier than the mid-eleventh century and no later than the mid-twelfth. The linguistic evidence shows that all inscriptions were written by the East Slavs. The widespread use of the Glagolitic script in Novgorod speaks about the city’s role as one of the main centers of the Glagolitic writing between thesecond half of the 11th and the first half of the 12th century.

Ključne riječi
Novgorod; Novgorod St. Sophia Cathedral; 11th–12th centuries; Old Russian; paleography; epigraphy; graffiti; Glagolitic script

Hrčak ID: 97659

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http://hrcak.srce.hr/97659

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