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The Slavic Letters of St. Jerome [electronic resource] : The History of the Legend and Its Legacy, or, How the Translator of the Vulgate Became an Apostle of the Slavs / Julia Verkholantsev.

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Author/Creator:
Verkholantsev, Julia, author.
Publication:
De Kalb, Illinois : NIU Press, 2014.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (274 p.)
Subjects:
Liturgical language -- History.
Glagolitic alphabet -- History.
Christian saints, Slavic -- Europe, Eastern.
Europe, Eastern -- Church history.
Catholic Church -- Liturgy.
Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420 -- Cult -- Europe, Eastern.
Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Origins: enigmatic apostolate
The "mission"
"And every tongue shall confess to God"
The alphabet
The liturgy
The controversy
The Slavonic rite in Bohemia
The Slavonic rite in Poland?
The bifurcation of Slavic writing: Glagolitic and Cyrillic
Croatia: empowering myth
The arrival of the Slavonic rite in Croatia
The Roman Slavonic rite of the Glagolite clergy
Sts. Cyril and Methodius as Slavic apostles in Croatia
Cyril and Methodius in historical sources
The legend is created: sources
The legend is created: historical setting
"Letters alone in books renew the past"
Bohemia: imperial aspirations
The Roman Slavonic rite in Prague
"Monasterium sancti Hieronymi slavorum ordinis Benedicti"
Patron saints of the Slavonic Monastery of St. Jerome
The Slavic theme in Charles's representation of Bohemia's sacred history
The theology of the Slavonic Monastery's murals
Glagolitic, Cyrillic, and Latin letters at the Slavonic Monastery of St. Jerome
St. Jerome's Slavic alphabet, the nobilis lingua Slauonica, and the Czech bible
The cult of St. Jerome in Bohemia beyond the Slavonic Monastery
St. Jerome in literary sources of Bohemian provenance
Implications of St. Jerome's recognition as a Slav in Bohemia
Silesia: a provincial exploit
The Slavonic Monastery
Hypotheses
Poland: in Prague's footsteps
The Slavonic Monastery of the Holy Cross at Kleparz: sources and evidence
The cult of Sts. Cyril and Methodius in Poland: hypothesis and evidence
Catholic mission to the Orthodox Rus: hypothesis and evidence
The Roman Slavonic rite as memorial to Slavic christianity
Jadwiga: patron of the monastery
The Czech trend
The Slavic vernacular
Decline
St. Jerome as a Slavic apostle
Conclusion.
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
ISBN:
1-5017-5792-X
1-60909-158-2
OCLC:
897560877
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