MEDIEVAL SLAVONIC AND SERBIAN MANUSCRIPTS
- FACSIMILE EDITION -
This FACSIMILE EDITION is the first real and thorough replica of the oldest Serbian book Miroslav's Gospel - written in Cyrillic in the last quarter of the XII century. The press of the facsimiles and additional books was finalized on Vidovdan, June 28, in Johannesburg, South Africa, and the entire project is the result of seven years of hard work of a distinctive team of international experts: editors, historians, Byzantine scholars, preservers, technologists, press and graphic experts, artists, artisans and craftsmen.
Immediately after the print release, a number of the most significant national and university libraries bought the complete set of MIROSLAVS GOSPEL FACSIMILE EDITION, and some of them, among others, are:
The Library of Congress, The British Library, The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Art, Goethes Institute in Munich, The Austrian National Library, the Library in Alexandria
The university libraries in Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dumbarton Oaks, Oxford
On February 29, 2000, a gala promotion of this edition was held in Belgrade, in the great hall of the Serbian Academy of Science and Art (SANU). The speakers at the promotion were:
Academician Dejan Medakovic, president of the SANU,
Academician Miroslav Pantic, vice president of the SANU,
Academician Predrag Palavestra, secretary of the Language and Literature Department of the SANU,
Academician Niksa Stipcevic, the SANU library administrator, and, on behalf of the editors, Dusan Mrdjenovic, editor-in-chief AIZ DOSIJE.
The set consists of:
- The facsimile
- Additional books
- Ownership agreement
- Luxurious safety boxes
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