Issue XLII (2018), 3

Articles: 
  • Tatyana Lekova (Naples, Italy). On the Preslav Vocabulary in Medieval Slavonic Literature (More about the Origin, Meaning and Use of Old Bulgarian sr’dobolya), p. 3–32. PDF
  • Maria Spasova (Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria), Tsvetomira Danova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Linguistic Peculiarities of the Translation of Hesychius’ Commentary in the John Alexander  Copy of the Pesnivets: on the Question of Time and Place of the Origin of the Translation (Second Part), p. 33–70. PDF
  • Tatyana Slavova (Sofia, Bulgaria). On the History of the Reflexive Possessive Pronoun ՙsvoi՚, p. 71–85. PDF
Survey and book reviews: 
  • Gergana Ganeva (Sofia, Bulgaria). A Spanish Anthology of Material on Pre-Christian  Religion of the Slavs, p. 86–89. PDF
    Fuentes para el studio de la religión eslava precristiana. Ed. y coord. J. A. Álvarez-Pedrosa Núñez. Zaragoza, Libros Pоrtico, 2017. 505 p.
  • Iva Trifonova (Sofia, Bulgaria). New Perspectives for Exploring Medieval Biblical and  Apocryphal Texts, p. 90–95. PDF
    F l o r e n t i n a  B a d a l a n o v a  G e l l e r. Kniga sushtaya v ustah: folyklornaya Biblia bessarabskih i tavricheskih bolgar. Moskva, Universitet Dmitria Pozharskogo, 2017. 864 s.
  • Tatyana Borisova (Athens, Greece). The Lexicographic Description of Hieronyms for the  Virgin in Old Russian Literature, p. 96–99. PDF
    M a r g a r i t a  I.  Ch e r n y sh e v a. Imenovania Bogoroditsy v drevnerusskoy pisymennosti: Okolo 500 leksicheskih edinits s obayasneniyami i kommentariyami. Moskva, LENAND, 2017. 328 s.
  • Mariyana Tsibranska-Kostova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Aspects of Old Bulgarian Literature in the View  of Ethnolinguists, p. 100–104. PDF
    K a l i n a  M i ch e v a. Etnokulturnata binarnost v srednovekovnata balgarska literatura. Sofia, Izdatelski kompleks „Diomira“, 2017. 266 s.