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The Hagiography of Kievan Rus

Translated by Paul Hollingsworth

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HARDCOVER

$18.95 • £15.95 • €17.00

ISBN 9780916458287

Publication Date: 12/10/1992

Short

  • List of Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • I. The Cult of Boris and Glĕb
  • II. The Life of Feodosij
  • III. The Life of Avraamij of Smolensk
  • IV. Memorial and Encomium for Prince Volodimer
  • Map
  • Lesson concerning the Life and Murder of the Blessed Passion-Sufferers Boris and Glĕb
  • Life of Feodosij
  • Tale and Passion and Encomium of the Holy Martyrs Boris and Glĕb
  • Tale of the Miracles of the Holy Passion-Sufferers of Christ Roman and David
  • Life of Avraamij of Smolensk
  • Memorial and Encomium for Prince Volodimer of Rus’
  • Appendices
    • I. The PVL’s Entries for the Years 1015-1019
    • II. The PVL’s Entry for the Year 1072
    • III. The Hypatian Chronicle’s Account of the Translation of the Relics of Boris and Glĕb in 1115
    • IV. The Paremejnik Reading for Boris and Glĕb
    • V. A Prolog Reading for Boris and Glĕb
    • VI. A Twelfth-Century Sermon on the Cult of Boris and Glĕb
    • VII. A Prolog Account of the Translation of Relics of Boris and Glĕb to Smolensk in 1191
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Biblical References
  • Index of Greek Terms
  • Index of Slavonic Terms
  • Index

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