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  • Alina S. Alekseeva, Alexey A. Gippius, Savva M. Mikheev (Moscow, Russia). Returning to the Oreshak Amulet: What Did the Věshtitsa Say, p. 3–24. PDF
  • Małgorzata Skowronek (Lodz, Poland). Against the Bogomils from the Panoplia Dogmatica by Euthymius Zigabenos – Some Remarks on the Slavic Translation and Copy, p. 25–56. PDF
  • Mariyana Tsibranska-Kostova (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Kinship Terminology in Slavonic Legal Texts from the Late Middle Ages (The 17th Century Supplement to the Ms. Slav. CIAI 1160), p. 57–79. PDF
  • Tsvetan Vasilev (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Prologues of Leo of Ostia to the Origin of Blessed Clement and His Conversion in Faith and the Translation of the Relics of St Clement (According to Manuscript № XXIII of the Metropolitan Library in Prague), p. 81–90. PDF
  • Irina M. Gritsevskaya (Syktyvkar, Russia), Viacheslav V. Lytvynenko (The Czech Republic). Didactic Themes in the Texts of Slavonic Pseudo-Athanasius, p. 91–124. PDF
  • Desislava Uzunova (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Fifth Autograph of the Translator Samujil Bakačyč (Marc. MS Or. 297) and the Traslation of the Cycle “Miracles of the Theotokos”, p. 125–142. PDF
  • Yanko Hristov (Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria). The Sources Matter: On an Erroneous Concept Concerning Ransom and Exchange of Captives in the Early Medieval Balkans, p. 143–159. PDF

Survey and book reviews

  • Yavor Miltenov (Sofia, Bulgaria). The New Study and Edition of the Enina Apostolos, p. 161–166. PDF
    I s k r a  C h r i s t o v a - Š o m o v a,  H e i n z  M i k l a s,  D a n i e l  J o r d a n o v,  S i m o n  B r e n n e r,  F e d e r i c a  C a p p a,  B e r n a d e t t e  F r ü h m a n n,  W i l f r i e d  V e t t e r,  M a n f r e d  S c h r e i n e r. Apostolus Eninensis. Bibliothecae Nationalis Bulgaricae Codex 1144. Editio Nova. Sofia–Wien: Universitetsko izdatelstvo „Sv. Kliment Ohridski“; Verlag Holzhausen, 2022. 280 S. ISBN: 978-954-07-5305-8.
  • Nely Gancheva (Sofia, Bulgaria). A Valuable Reference Book in the Field of Cyrillo-Methodian Studies, p. 167–171. PDF
    M a y a  I v a n o v a,  T s v e t o m i r a  D a n o v a. Koy, koga, kade v Prostrannoto zhitie na sv. Konstantin-Kiril. Pomagalo. Sofia: Kirilo-Metodievski nauchen tsentar, 2021. 304 s. ISBN 978-954-9787-44-3.
  • Ewelina Drzewiecka (Sofia, Bulgaria). The 2022 Conference of the European Association of Biblical Studies in Toulouse and the Contribution of the Slavonic Parabiblical Traditions Research Unit, p. 173–181. PDF
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