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2017 | 5 | 2 | 77 – 91
Article title

K PROBLEMATIKE PERCEPCIE CYRILO-METODSKÉHO KULTU V MODERNÝCH DEJINÁCH SLOVENSKA

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On problems with the perception of the Cyrillo-Methodian cult in the modern history of Slovakia
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SK
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The Byzantine mission led by St. Constantine-Cyril and his brother St. Methodius, which reached Great Moravia in 863, had several dimensions. The central theme of this work is to look at how the message of Great Moravia and the Cyrillo-Methodian cult has been spread, mainly in the modern history of Slovakia. After establishing the Hungarian Kingdom, the relations of the local church representatives towards the Methodius‘s followers weakened significantly. By the end of the 10th century, there was again pressure aimed at eradicating the residues of their activities and influence. The Cyrillo-Methodian literary tradition came to a standstill and the application of liturgical habits introduced by the holy brothers was disrupted for a long period of time. It is commonly known that the whole era of the Slovak national revival was fuelled by the development of the Cyrillo-Methodian tradition. The cultural value cultivation of the Great Moravian figures in the religious, national, and cultural life of the Slovaks started already during the national revival and flourished in the 20th century. The intensity of spreading the cult of the Thessalonian saints has been different in various Slovak regions. Following the development of the Great Moravian era interpretations that were subject to political pressure, as well as to the limited actual knowledge, gave us the answers regarding the future orientation of the research.
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Volume
5
Issue
2
Pages
77 – 91
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  • Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Faculty of Arts, Institute for research of Constantine and Methodius´ cultural heritage, Štefánikova 67, 949 74 Nitra, Slovak Republic
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