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The Slavic Letters of St. Jerome: The History of the Legend and Its Legacy, or, How the Translator of the Vulgate Became an Apostle of the Slavs

Julia Verkholantsev
Format
Book
Published
DeKalb, IL : NIU Press, [2014]
Language
English
ISBN
9780875804859, 0875804853, 9781609091583
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.
Description
xi, 262 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-252) and indexes.
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