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The two-part glagolitic breviary Borgiano Illirico 5-6 was written in the second half of the 14th century in the village of Lika Tribihovići on the southern slopes of Mala Kapela. It is illustrated with colourful initials in Croatian pleated designs. It is important for the knowledge of the prayers of the Croats, and its liturgical content is of distinct Franciscan type of breviary. The basis of the corresponding notes may enlighten the history of the breviary. Stolen from the Turks, the breviary was redeemed by the faithful of the Church if St. John from the village of Tribihovići and Okruglane, and after the Battle of Krbava it was brought to Vrbnik on the island of Krk. In 1627 it was transferred for the Propagation of the Faith in Rome and later, by the
Secretary of Propagation Cardinal Stefano Borgia, it gained the name Borgiano Illirico. Today it is held in the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana.
Notes in this breviary, added in handwriting by glagolitic curators over the centuries, are an important contribution to first range historical sources, especially when it comes to the Krk-Senj Frankopan counts.

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Breviary Borgo-Ilirico 5-6

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