Obrad Prothesis liturgie Sv. Jána Chryzostoma vo vybraných slovanských tlačených liturgikonoch 16. a 17. storočia
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Prothesis of the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom in Selected Slavonic Printed Liturgicons of the Sixteenth to Seventeenth Centuries
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After the appearance of the very first Slavonic printed liturgicon in Venice in 1519 containing the Eucharistic formulary, only a few independent editions in several cultural centres were edited until the edition by the Metropolitan Peter Mohyla issued in Kiev in 1629. As a close examination has shown, these editions, although sharing a multitude of common features, do not bear any closer relation, or show any dependence among themselves. They instead seem to be monuments of a particular local tradition, conserving usages of a particular ecclesiastical unit of time. As such, their examination is an inevitable prerequisite for further research in the history of Slavonic liturgical formulary and its development within a Slavonic cultural milieu.
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