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Clement of Ohrid (c. 840–916), enlightener of medieval Bulgaria, founder of the Ohrid centre of learning, was one of the disciples and associates of the of the Slav apostles St. Constantine-Cyril and St. Methodius.

Published in Cultural exchange

Света Параскева Епиватска / Петка Търновска е прочута балканска отшелница (вт. пол. Х в.), канонизирана като преподобна. Дата на честване: 14 октомври; среща се спорадично и на 13 октомври.

Published in Popular Saints

Филолог, историк, археограф, палеограф, нумизмат, фолклорист, един от основоположниците на руското славянознание, основоположник на руската българистика.

Published in Modern authors

Юдейският хронограф е сборник от вече извършени по-рано преводи на старозаветни библейски книги и на исторически съчинения, съставен на руска почва през ХІІІ в. Посветен е на световната история между Сътворението на света и разрушаването на Соломоновия храм в Йерусалим през 70 г. от н.е.

The earliest preserved, relatively intact, Slavic festive (or rather selective) menaion (Trefologion), ancient Russian in origin, most probably transcribed from an Old Bulgarian antigraph. It contains offices for the autumn half-year, supplemented by separate offices for July and August. In terms of structure, composition and content of offices, and language, the manuscript demonstrates a number of unique or rare features.

A considerable part of the early Old Bulgarian translation literature is preserved in Russian literature and is characterized by a clearly compilative character – with original authors’ parts.

Published in Cultural exchange

SESDiva ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 – S&T

SESDiva. Project № 156

SESDiva aims at creating a virtual museum of written culture in relation to the social, religious, cultural, and ideological environment and relations between the South and East Slavs throughout the centuries from the 11th to the beginning of the 20th century.

Duration: 2018-2020
Program: ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 ‐ S&T Projects