Issue XV (1991), 1

Articles: 

Krasimir Stanchev (Sofia, Bulgaria). Academician Petar Dinekov at 80, p. 3–5. PDF

  • Peter Dinekov (Sofia, Bulgaria). Between Two Cultures, p. 6–12. PDF
  • Donka Petkanova (Sofia, Bulgaria). About Convention of the Concept of “Time” in Old Bulgarian Hagiography, p. 13–18. PDF
  • Jerzi Rusek (Krakow, Poland). New Testament’s Parts in Triodions and the Earliest Translations of New Testament, p. 19–24. PDF
  • Ekaterina Dogramadzhieva (Sofia, Bulgaria). For the Background to the Sava's book, p. 25–34. PDF
  • Francis J. Thomson (Antwerp, Belgium). John the Exarch's Theological Education and Proficiency in Greek as Revealed by His Abridged Translation of John of Damascus’ ‘De fide orthodoxa’, p. 35–58. PDF
  • Dimitar Kenanov (Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria). Prayers by Simeon Metaphrastes in Old Bulgarian Translation, p. 59–71. PDF
  • Kiril Kabakchiev (Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria). Medieval Literary Text and Context, p. 72–81. PDF
  • Yuri Begunov (Leningrad, USSR). Gregory Tsamblak and Joseph Volotsky, p. 82–85. PDF
  • Dimo Cheshmedzhiev, Yuliana Krapova (Plovdiv, Bulgaria). Bandurieva Legenda and Its Historical Value, p. 86–95. PDF
  • Svetla Gjurova (Sofia, Bulgaria). The story of Arseny Deacon from Thessaloniki in the context of the Greek and Russian and Russian Pilgrimage Prose during 14–17 Centuries, p. 96–108. PDF
  • Emilia Gergova (Sofia, Bulgaria). A "Ghost" Sheet of Draganov Menaion, p. 109–111. PDF
Survey and book reviews: 
  • Anisava Miltenova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Donka Petkanova – Purposefully Creative Work in the Area of Old Bulgarian Literature, p. 112–114. PDF
  • Kujo Kuev, Lidia Shverchek (Sofia, Bulgaria). Prof. Jerzy Rusek – Famous Researcher in the Field of Slavic and Bulgarian Studies, p. 115–116. PDF
  • Tatyana Mostrova (Sofia, Bulgaria). A Model Edition of “An Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith” by John of Damascus, p. 117–119. PDF
    E c k h a r d  W e i h e r . Die Dogmatik des Johannes von Damaskus in der kirchenslavischen Übersetzung des 14. Jahrhunderts. Monumenta linguae slavicae dialecti veteris. Fondes et dissertationes. T. XXV. U. W. Weiher – Freiburg i. Br., 1987, Band I, S. 816.
  • Iskra Hristova (Sofia, Bulgaria). New Significant Contribution to the Problems of Life and Works of Kliment Ohridski, p. 120–121. PDF
    K r a s i m i r S t a n c h e v, G e o r g i P o p o v. Kliment Ohridski. Zhivot i tvorchestvo. S., Universitetsko izdatelstvo „Kliment Ohridski“, 1988. 219 s.
  • Stoyanka Babalievska (Sofia, Bulgaria). International Symposium "1080 Years of the Death of Naum Ohridski", p. 122–126. PDF