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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Tabula Laudatoria
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-6
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  1. Orthodox saints as Facebook friends:Social networking and medieval manuscripts
  2. David J. Birnbaum, Zoe Borovsky, James Danowski, and Cynthia M. Vakareliyska
  3. pp. 7-22
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  1. Are languages named after peoples or places? Word-formation oflanguage names in Slavic languages
  2. Wayles Browne
  3. pp. 23-34
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  1. The making of a Slavist: Beginnings
    Interview with Horace Gray Lunt conducted in Baltimore, November 2008
  2. Patricia R. Chaput and Christina E. Kramer
  3. pp. 35-54
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  1. The Macedonian imperfect past: Its structure and theoreticalimplications for the morphology of inflectional meaning
  2. Mark J. Elson
  3. pp. 55-82
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  1. East Slavic “tense jers” and Krivič nominal morphology
  2. Lawrence E. Feinberg
  3. pp. 83-102
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  1. The murder of Andrej Bogoljubskij in word and image
  2. Michael S. Flier
  3. pp. 103-118
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  1. The Macedonian narrative imperative as a Balkanism
  2. Victor A. Friedman
  3. pp. 119-128
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  1. The origin of the jers
  2. Frank Y. Gladney
  3. pp. 129-138
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  1. On the forms of Russian gnit′
  2. Charles E. Gribble
  3. pp. 139-142
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  1. A note on the Slavic genitive plural
  2. Jay H. Jasanoff
  3. pp. 143-150
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  1. Codes and encryption in Anna Axmatova’s poem “Sevmorput′”
  2. Sonia I. Ketchian
  3. pp. 151-158
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  1. Phonetic and graphic word length and stress patterns in18th-century German Knittelvers and a 19th-century Russian translation
  2. Emily Klenin
  3. pp. 159-174
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  1. On the headings and marginal notes in the two Glagolitic psaltermanuscripts in St. Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai
  2. C. M. MacRobert
  3. pp. 175-186
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  1. A new reconstruction of the original Glagolitic alphabet
  2. Robert Mathiesen
  3. pp. 187-214
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  1. The “enclosed people” of the Revelations of Pseudo-Methodios of Patara in the Povest′ vremennyx let
  2. Donald Ostrowski
  3. pp. 215-242
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  1. Macédoine
  2. Jan L. Perkowski
  3. pp. 243-246
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  1. On the Third Capture of Jerusalem, by Titus and its sources
  2. Moshe Taube
  3. pp. 247-264
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  1. The mediaeval Slav reception of the works of Symeon the New Theologian
  2. Francis J. Thomson
  3. pp. 265-308
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  1. Textual transmission and the First (Slavic) Life of Wenceslas
  2. Alan Timberlake
  3. pp. 309-326
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  1. An omission in the history of East Slavic writing
  2. William R. Veder
  3. pp. 327-340
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  1. The use of the “polite vy” in Russian:A pragmatic change in progress
  2. Olga T. Yokoyama
  3. pp. 341-362
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  1. Image Plates
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780893578985
Related ISBN
9780893573980
MARC Record
OCLC
898005441
Launched on MUSE
2014-12-10
Language
English
Open Access
No
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