Manuscript Collections on Microform in the HRL

Below is a list of the primarily Slavic Cyrillic manuscript and early printed book collections on microform in the Hilandar Research Library. Click on a link and you will either be directed to the item descriptions in the online catalog of OSU Libraries, or you will land on a finding aid document for a collection that has not yet been entered into Libraries' online catalog. Some collections may be listed twice - indicating that the collection is not fully described in the online catalog.   

*For those manuscripts that have been described online, you may search for a particular manuscript by inputting the corresponding "SPEC" number provided for each collection below, followed by the manuscript number.

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*Biblioteka Matice srpske Slavic manuscript collection (Novi Sad) SPEC.NS.

*Borgiani illirici manuscript collection (Vatican City) SPEC.BORG.ILLIR.
NB: The Vatican Library is digitizing its manuscript, incunables, archives, etc., and making them available online. http://digi.vatlib.it/
View the manuscripts from the Borgiani illirici collection that have been scanned and uploaded to date: http://digi.vatlib.it/mss/Borg.ill

British Library Manuscripts (London) SPEC.BL.

*Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Slavic manuscript collection SPEC.BAN.

*Bulgarian National Library "Cyril and Methodius" Slavonic manuscript collection SPEC.BNL.

 

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*Early Printed Book Collection. Zernova (Russia) SPEC.Zernova.

 

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*Fekula collection SPEC.FEKULA.

Bibliography includes:
The Paul M. Fekula Collection: A Catalogue
Matejic, Mateja. Slavic Manuscripts from the Fekula Collection: A Description.
Sotheby's Catalogue: Russian Manuscripts from the Fourteenth to the Nineteenth Century from the Paul M. Fekula Collection....

 

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*Great Lavra Monastery "Z" (non-Byzantine) manuscript collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.GLZ.
Catalog Description, see: Dimtrije Bogdanović and Mateja Matejic, The Slavic Codices of the Great Lavra Monastery: A Description (Sofia, 1989).

*Greek Orthodox Patriarchate (Jerusalem) Slavonic collection
SPEC.GOP., SPEC.GOP.ABRAAM., SPEC.GOP.TREASURY.
NB: The microfilms we have of the Slavic manuscripts from Greek Orthodox Patriarchate are copies of those photographed by the Library of Congress, in cooperation with the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1949-1950. The Library of Congress has scanned the manuscripts on microfilm and made them available online: GOP Slavic manuscripts.

 

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*Hilandar Monastery Byzantine document collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.HM.BDC.

Hilandar Monastery Greek manuscript collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.HM.GMS.

*Hilandar Monastery Slavic document collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.HM.SDS.

*Hilandar Monastery Slavic manuscript collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.HM.SMS.

 

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*Iveron Monastery Slavic manuscript collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.IVERON.

 

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*Rila Monastery manuscript collection (Bulgaria) SPEC.RILA.

 

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*Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai, Slavonic collection SPEC.SINAI.
NB: The microfilms we have of the Slavic manuscripts from Sinai are copies of those photographed by the Library of Congress, in cooperation with American Foundation for the Study of Man and the Farouk I University in 1950. The Library of Congress has scanned the manuscripts on microfilm and made them available online: Sinai Slavic manuscripts.

*Saint Panteleimon Monastery manuscript collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.PAN.

*Saratov State University Research Library collection (Russia) SPEC.SGU.

*Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary collection SPEC.SZEN.SOCH.

*Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary, Grabovac Monastery manuscript collection SPEC.SZEN.GRA.

*Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary, Szentendre collection SPEC.SZEN.SA.

 

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Tver State University Research Library collection (Russia) SPEC.TGU.

 

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*Uppsala University Library Slavic manuscript collection (Sweden) SPEC.UPP.

 

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*Vatican Slavic manuscript collection (Vatican City) SPEC.VATICAN.SLAV.
NB: The Vatican Library is digitizing its manuscript, incunables, archives, etc., and making them available online. http://digi.vatlib.it/
View the manuscripts from the Vatican Slavic collection that have been scanned and uploaded to date: http://digi.vatlib.it/mss/Vat.slav

 

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*Zograf Monastery Slavic manuscript collection (Mount Athos) SPEC.ZOG.