Бравлин — бранлив или кроток?

Show simple item record Виноградов, Андрей Юрьевич Коробов, Максим Игоревич 2017-12-15T18:15:14Z 2017-12-15T18:15:14Z 2017
dc.identifier.citation Slověne, 1/2017, s.219–235 en_US
dc.description.abstract The paper focuses on the name of the barbarian warlord that appears in the Slavic and (recently discovered) Armenian versions of the Life of St. Stephen of Sougdaia as Бравлинъ and Պրաւլիս /Praulis/, respectively. These forms seem to point to Πραῦλις or Μπραῦλις in the lost Greek Vorlage. None of the previous a empts at constructing an etymology of the name—Slavic бран(ъ)ливъ (Rus sian copies of the Life), Swedish Bråvalla (G. Vernadsky, N. Belyaev, and O. Pri tsak), Indo-Aryan *pravlīn(а)- (O. Trubachev), Spanish Braulio (V. Vasilievsky), or Gothic *Bra(h)vila (N. Ganina)—may be considered satisfactory. Having re visited the histo rical and linguistic arguments, we suggest that the name given to the bar ba rian prince humbled by the miracle of St. Stephen in the Greek text of the Life re presented, in fact, good Greek: Πραΰλιος or Πραῦλις (from πραΰς ‘mild, humble’); fur ther more, we suggest that the positional voicing of Π- > Μπ- [b] in Late Middle Greek might account for the initial Б- / Պ- (West Armenian [b]) of the a ested forms. en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.subject Brawlin pl
dc.subject Sudak pl
dc.subject język staroruski pl
dc.subject język ormiański pl
dc.subject język gocki pl
dc.subject język grecki pl
dc.subject hagiografia pl
dc.subject onomastyka pl
dc.subject Sudak en_US
dc.subject Old Russian en_US
dc.subject Armenian en_US
dc.subject Gothic en_US
dc.subject Greek en_US
dc.subject hagiography en_US
dc.subject Bravlin en_US
dc.subject onomastics en_US
dc.title Бравлин — бранлив или кроток? en_US
dc.title.alternative Bravlin— Brave or Humble? en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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