ЄРУСАЛИМСЬКИЙ УСТАВ XV СТОЛІТТЯ У КОЛЕКЦІЇ НАЦІОНАЛЬНОГО МУЗЕЮ У ЛЬВОВІ ІМЕНІ АНДРЕЯ ШЕПТИЦЬКОГО
(Jerusalem Typikon of the 15th Century from the Collection of the Andrey Sheptytskyi National Museum in Lviv)
Abstract: The article is dedicated to research of the oldest survived Cyrillic copy of Jerusalem Typikon of the last third of the 15th century. The author investigates the problem of its dating, localization of its origin and use. The paper also lists the names of the owners and describes the transfer of the manuscript from Russia to Ukrainian Lviv. The ignorance of the codex by researchers and a lack of publications prompted this scientific study based on a codicological analysis of the external and internal features of the manuscript with methods of the auxiliary sciences of history. The paper argues that the codex is a complex artifact of culture and history.
Authors: Voloshchenko, Stanislav
Source: Konštatínove listy, 2019, vol.: 12, issue: 1, pages: 102-115 (PDF file)
Keywords: JERUSALEM TYPIKON, 15TH CENTURY, MANUSCRIPT, CODICOLOGY, CYRILLIC CODEX, COLLECTION, ANDREY SHEPTYTSKYI NATIONAL MUSEUM IN LVIV