Medieval Bulgarian literature
Medieval Bulgarian literature is Bulgarian literature in the Middle Ages.With the Bulgarian Empire welcoming the disciples of Cyril and Methodius after they were expelled from Great Moravia, the count...
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Preslav Literary School
The Preslav Literary School (Pliska Literary School, Bulgarian: Преславска книжовна школа) was the first literary school in the medieval Bulgarian Empire. It was established by Boris I in 885 or 8...
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Sofia Psalter
The Sofia Psalter (Bulgarian: Софийски песнивец, Sofiyski pesnivets), also known as Ivan Alexander's Psalter or the Kuklen Psalter, is a 14th-century Bulgarian illuminated psalter. It was produced...
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Codex Zographensis
The Codex Zographensis (or Tetraevangelium Zographense; scholarly abbreviation Zo) is an illuminated Old Church Slavonic canon manuscript. It is composed of 304 parchment folios; the first 288 are wri...
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Tarnovo Literary School
The Tarnovo Literary School (Bulgarian: Търновска книжовна школа) of the late 14th and 15th century was a major medieval Bulgarian cultural academy with important contribution to the Medieval Bulg...
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Constantine of Preslav
Constantine of Preslav (Bulgarian: Константин Преславски) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar, writer and translator, one of the most important men of letters working at the Preslav Literary School a...
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Chernorizets Hrabar
Chernorizets Hrabar (Old Church Slavonic: Чрьнори́зьць Хра́бръ, Črĭnorizĭcĭ Hrabrŭ) was a Bulgarian monk, scholar and writer who worked at the Preslav Literary School at the end of the 9th and the...
Psalterium Sinaiticum
The Psalterium Sinaiticum is a 209-folio Glagolitic Old Church Slavonic canon manuscript, the earliest Slavic psalter, dated to the 11th century. The manuscript was found in Saint Catherine's Monaster...
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Cosmas the Priest
Cosmas the Priest (Bulgarian: Презвитер Козма, Prezviter Kozma), also known as Cosmas the Presbyter or Presbyter Cosmas, was a medieval Bulgarian priest and writer. Cosmas is most famous for his a...
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Evtimiy of Tarnovo
Saint Euthymius of Tarnovo (also Evtimiy; Bulgarian: Свети Евтимий Търновски, Sveti Evtimiy Tarnovski) was Patriarch of Bulgaria between 1375 and 1393. Regarded as one of the most important figure...
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Anonymous Bulgarian Chronicle
Anonymous Bulgarian Chronicle is a term used for several anonymous chronicles written in Bulgaria during the Middle Ages.
The term is used when referring to an apocryphal apocalyptic chronicle wri...
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Gregory Tsamblak
Gregory Tsamblak or Gregorije Camblak (Bulgarian: Григорий Цамблак; Romanian: Grigore Ţamblac); (c.1365-1420) was a Bulgarian writer and cleric, metropolitan of Kiev between 1413 and 1420. A ...
Tetraevangelia of Ivan Alexander
The Gospels of Tsar Ivan Alexander, Tetraevangelia of Ivan Alexander, Gospels of Tsar Ivan Alexander, or Four Gospels of Ivan Alexander (Bulgarian: Четвероевангелие на (цар) Иван Александър, trans...
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Medieval Bulgarian royal charters
The medieval Bulgarian royal charters are some of the few secular documents of the medieval Bulgarian Empire (7th–11th, 12th–15th century). The eight preserved charters all date to the 13th and 14th c...
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Dionisiy Divniy
Dionisiy Divniy (Bulgarian: Дионисий Дивний) was a Bulgarian writer and translator of the second half of the 14th century. He was a Tarnovo Literary School representative.Dionisiy was a disciple o...
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Enina Apostle
The Enina Apostle or Enina Apostolos (scholarly abbreviation Enin) is an 11th-century Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic manuscript. Discovered in a poor condition in 1960 during restoration work in the cen...
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Tomić Psalter
The Tomić Psalter (Bulgarian: Томичов псалтир, Tomichov psaltir) is a 14th-century Bulgarian illuminated psalter. Produced around 1360, during the reign of Tsar Ivan Alexander, it is regarded as o...
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Glagolita Clozianus
The Glagolita Clozianus is a 14-folio Glagolitic Old Church Slavonic canon miscellany, written in the eleventh century.What remained of an originally very large codex, having probably 552 folios (1104...
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Codex Assemanius
Codex Assemanius is a rounded Glagolitic Old Church Slavonic canon evangeliary consisting of 158 illuminated parchment folios, dated to early 11th century. Manuscript is of Macedonian provenience of t...
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Ohrid Literary School
The Ohrid Literary School was one of the two major cultural centres of the First Bulgarian Empire, along with the Preslav Literary School (Pliska Literary School). The school was established in Ohrid ...
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Codex Suprasliensis
The Codex Suprasliensis is an 11th-century Cyrillic literary monument, the largest extant Old Church Slavonic canon manuscript and the oldest Slavic literary work in Poland. As of September 20, 2007, ...
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Old Church Slavonic
Old Church Slavonic, also known as Old Church Slavic (often abbreviated to OCS; self-name словѣ́ньскъ ѩзꙑ́къ, slověnĭskŭ językŭ), was the first Slavic literary language. The 9th-century Byzantine Gree...
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Vladislav the Grammarian
Vladislav the Grammarian (Bulgarian and Serbian: Владислав Граматик; fl. 1456-1479) was an Orthodox Christian monk, writer, historian and theologian active in medieval Serbia and Bulgaria, regarde...
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John Exarch
Joan Exarch (Joan the Exarch, also transcribed Joan Ekzarh; Bulgarian: Йоан Екзарх) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar, writer and translator, one of the most important men of letters working at the...
Constantine of Kostenets
Constantine (or Konstantin) of Kostenets (born c. 1380, died after 1431), also known as Konstantin Kostenechki (Bulgarian: Константин Костенечки) and Constantine the Philosopher (Serbian: Конс...
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Kiev Missal
The Kiev Missal (or Kiev Fragments or Kiev Folios; scholarly abbreviation Ki) is a seven-folio Glagolitic Old Church Slavonic canon manuscript containing parts of the Roman-rite liturgy. It is usually...
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Codex Marianus
The Codex Marianus is an Old Church Slavonic fourfold Gospel Book written in Glagolitic script, dated to the beginning of 11th century, which is (along with Codex Zographensis), one of the oldest manu...
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Saint Naum
Saint Naum (Bulgarian and Macedonian:Свети Наум, Sveti Naum), also known as Naum of Ohrid or Naum of Preslav (c. 830 – December 23, 910) was a medieval Bulgarian writer, enlightener, one of the seven ...
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