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Medieval Slavic Manuscripts and Culture

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Recent Acquisitions: Studia Ceranea, vols. 1-3

The Hilandar Research Library recently acquired five volumes of the journal Studia Ceranea from the Waldemar Ceran Research Centre for the History and Culture of the Mediterranean Area and South-East Europe at the University of Łódź, Poland. Below are the list of articles for volumes 1-3.

Vol. 1 (2011) includes articles and book reviews. The articles:

Maciej Kokoszko, Katarzyna Gibel-Buszewska, “Kandaulos: the Testimony of Select Sources” (11-22);

Georgi Minczew, “John Chrysostom’s Tale on How Michael Vanquished Satanael—a Bogomil text?” (23-54);

Mirosław J. Leszka, “The Monk versus the Philosopher: From the History of the Bulgarian-Byzantine War 894-896” (55-70);

Elka Bakalova, “The Perfect Ruler in Art and Literature of Medieval Bulgaria” (71-86);

Małgorzata Skowronek, “The First Witnesses. Martha, Longius and Veronica in the Slavic Manuscript Tradition (Initial Observations)” (101-126);

Teresa Wolińska, “Constantinopolitan Charioteers and Their Supporters” (127-142)

Dimo Cheshmedjiev, “Notes on the Cult of the Fifteen Tiberioupolitan Martyrs in Medieval Bulgaria” (143-156);

Kirił Marinow, “In the Shackles of the Evil One: The Portrayal of Tsar Symeon I the Great (893-927) in the Oration ‘On the Treaty with the Bulgarians'” (157-190);

Anna-Maria Totomanova, “A Lost Byzantine Chronicle in Slavic Translation” (191-204);

Ivelin Ivanov, “Tsar Samuel Against Emperor Basil II: Why Did Bulgaria Lose the Battle with the Byzantine Empire at the Beginning of the 11th Century” (205-212).

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Festschrift to Anisava Miltenova

A recent festschrift in honor of Anisava Miltenova, Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences includes over forty articles on topics such as medieval Byzantino-Slavic culture, biblical apocrypha, female saints, Balkan saints, hagiographical texts, etc., all reflecting aspects of Professor Miltenova’s wide range of interests and scholarship.

Angusheva, Adelina, Margaret Dimitrova, Mariia Iovcheva, Maia Petrova-Taneva, and Diliana Radoslavova, comp. and eds. Vis et Sapientia: Studia in Honorem Anisavae Milteonva. Нови извори, интерпретации и подходи в медиевистиката / ‘Strength and Wisdom: Studies in Honor of Anisava Miltenova. New Sources, Interpretations and Approaches to Medieval Studies.’ Sofia: Boian Penev Academic Publishing House, 2016.

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