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Euchologion. Euchologium Sinaiticum

Egypt, Sinai, Mt., Monastery of St. Catherine, Sin.Slav.37 (37)

Physical description

Material: Parchment. Extent: 105 ff. Three fragments of the MS are now kept in Sankt Petersburg (Russian National Library, Uspenskij Glag.2 - 2 ff.; and Kondakov, Glag. 3 - 1 f.; and in the Library of the Russian Academy of Scienses, Sreznevskij 19 (24.4.8.) - 1 f.). 28 ff. from the MS were among the part of the monastery collection found in 1975 (see Sin.Slav.1/N). In 1 column, 23 lines per page.Initials with geometric, floral and interlaced motifs, headings on a green and yellow ground.

Scribe

Contents

Contains offices and prayers for various occasions.

History

10th c. Bulgaria. Geitler 1882; Nachtigal 1941-1942; Розов 1961: 132; Tarnanidis 1975: 65-87, 185-191, 219-247; KME 3: 604-614; Старобългарска литература 2003: 452-454.