Repertorium of Old Bulgarian Literature and Letters


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Octoechos

Bg: Октоих; Ru: Октоих

LocationSweden, Stockholm, Royal Library. Shelfmark: A787a9
Date14th c.
MaterialParchment f relatively good quality. Ff. 1r-2v is the hair side of the sheet and ff. 1v-2r are its slesh side, respectively.
Extent4 ff. ca192 x ca135 mm (folia)
ConditionThose are 4 separate leaves, as ff. 1,2, and 4 are are sewn together (ff.1 and 4 lengthwise, and f. 2 is sewn on upper lefthand side of f. 1v upside down). F. 2 is preserved partially (135x55 mm). F. 3 is detached. The text runs form 1r-1v, 2v-2r, 3r-v, 4r-v, as there are missing folia between ff. 1 and 2, and between ff. 3 and 4.
Layout1 column, 20-22 ruled lines, 20-22 written lines
InkBrownish for the text, red for the titles and the initials.
BindingUnbound
Contents
(1r-45v) Октоих
InscriptionsThe figure 9 is written on f. 3v (in the middle of the upper margin) and on f. 4r (in the left-hand lower magrin).
Bibliography
Steensland, Lars TrashTrash and Treasure. Parchment Fragments in Swedish Archives. Medieval Book Fragments in SwedenAn International Seminar in Stockholm, 13-16 November 2003Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International2005210–226
Steensland 2005: No 18.
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Steensland 1996
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Steensland, Lars TrashTrash and Treasure. Parchment Fragments in Swedish Archives. Medieval Book Fragments in SwedenAn International Seminar in Stockholm, 13-16 November 2003Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International2005210–226
Steensland 2005: 211-225 (see N18).
History Date: 14th c. Note: Russian origin.

Repertorium identifier: RC-MYA787a9Stock; Author: Mariya Yovcheva; Editor: Dilyana Radoslavova, Andrej Bojadžiev; Genre: octoechos