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Veselka Zhelyazkova (Sofia, Bulgaria). About Professor Rumyana Pavlova (1933–2011) – the Scholar and the Person, p. 3–7. PDF

  • Maria Spasova (Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria). Comparative Study of the Peculiarities in the Old Bulgarian Translation of John Chrysostom’s In Quatriduanum Lazarum II after the Copies in the Codex Suprasliensis and in MS No 24 from the National Museum of History in Sofia, p. 9–42. PDF
  • Tatyana Slavova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Russian Copyists of the Old Bulgarian Translation of Athanasius of Alexandria’s Orations against the Arians, p. 43–56. PDF
  • Tsvetana Raleva (Sofia, Bulgaria). On a Rare Hagiographic Text – the Martyrdom of Trophimus and Thalus of Laodicea, p. 57–74. PDF
  • Vadim B. Krysko (Moscow, Russia). Notes on Numbers, p. 75–86. PDF
  • Boyka Mircheva (Sofia, Bulgaria). On the Prologue Lives of Constantine-Cyril and Methodius, p. 87–100. PDF
  • Georgi Petkov (Plovdiv, Bulgaria). On Some Unknown Copies of the Prologue Lives from the Turnovo Cycle in Romanian Manuscripts, p. 101–117. PDF
  • Elka Mircheva (Sofia, Bulgaria). On Some Onomatopoeias in the Roman Patericon, or How the Devil Scares People, p. 119–136. PDF
  • Rostislav Stankov (Sofia, Bulgaria). Towards the Question of Paleoslavistic Terminology, p. 137–161. PDF
  • Victor A. Baranov (Izhevsk, Russia). From Electronic Publication of a Medieval Manuscripts to Big Data, or What Artificial Intelligence Knows about the Beginning of Slavic Books, p. 163–180. PDF
  • Swetlana Mengel (Halle-Wittenberg, Germany). About the Russian Translations from Halle and Their Printing. A New Interpretation of Already Known Historical Testimonies and Facts, p. 181–206. PDF

Survey and book reviews

  • Tatyana Slavova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Edition and Study of the Middle Bulgarian Translation of the Pandectae of Nikon of the Black Mount, p. 207–215. PDF
    S a b k a  B o g d a n o v a. Pandekti na Nikon Chernogorets. Srednobalgarski prevod. Parva chast. Sofia: Universitetsko izdatelstvo „Sv. Kliment Ohridski“, 2023. 716 s. + 886 s. ISBN 978-619-7433-65-4 (podvarzia); ISBN 978-619-7433-66-1 (pdf).
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