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  • Alessandro Maria Bruni (Venice, Italy). The Old Church Slavonic Version of Gregory of Nazianzus’ Homily 1: Textual Transmission and Critical Edition, p. 3–24. PDF
  • Tatyana Slavova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Going Back to the Old Bulgarian Primary Interjections, p. 25–48. PDF
  • Lora Taseva (Sofia, Bulgaria). Rendering ἀ-privativum in the Old Bulgarian Translation of Gregory the Theologian’s Oratio XXXIX (CPG 3010.39), p. 49–66. PDF
  • Vadim B. Krysko (Moscow, Russia). Old Bulgarian and Old Russian Extratexts in the Sermons of Gregory the Theologian of the 11th Century, p. 67–102. PDF
  • Maria Totomanova-Paneva (Sofia, Bulgaria). Vocabulary for Human Anatomy in the Earliest Slavonic Translation of Books of Samuel and Kings, p. 103–114. PDF
  • Irina M. Gritsevskaya (Syktyvkar, Russia), Viacheslav V. Lytvynenko (Prague, The Czech Republic). The Earliest Complete Manuscripts with the Slavonic Translation of Questions and Answers to Antiochus the Duke: Problems of Origin and History of the Text, p. 115–136. PDF
  • Lilia Skomorochova-Venturini (Genoa, Italy). Calendar Concepts in the Prefaces to the Months of March and September in the Great Reading Menaia of Metropolitan Makary and in the Reading Menaia of Dimitry Rostovsky, p. 137–152. PDF

Survey and book reviews

  • Aneta Dimitrova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Prof. Yavor Miltenov, PhD (18.01.1978–29.12.2023) – In memoriam, p. 153–159. PDF
  • Albena Milanova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Homo ludens in Bulgarian Archaeology: Words of Gratitude in Memory of Assoc. Prof. Margarita Vaklinova, PhD, p. 161–166. PDF
  • Iskra Hristova-Shomova (Sofia, Bulgaria). An Edition of the New Part of the Euchologium Sinaiticum, p. 167–173. PDF
    Euchologii sinaitici. pars nova (Monasterii Sanctae Catharinae codex Slav. NF 1). Herausgegeben von Heinz Miklas, Elena Velkovska, Maria Schnitter. Unter Mitwirkung von Katsiaryna Ackermann, Simon Brenner, Melanie Gau, Dana Hürner, Florian Kleber, Martin Lettner, Lʼubor Matejko, Michael Melcher, Manfred Schreiner (= Glagolitica sinaitica. Band 4). Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, 2023. 188 p. ISBN 978-954-07-5825-1. ISSN 2304 6724.
  • Jürgen Fuchsbauer (Innsbruck, Austria). A Memorial Event for Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. Heinz Miklas, p. 175–176. PDF
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