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О двух древнерусских надписях из Белоруссии и Польши

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dc.contributor.author Михеев, Савва Михайлович
dc.date.accessioned 2018-01-24T00:18:41Z
dc.date.available 2018-01-24T00:18:41Z
dc.date.issued 2015
dc.identifier.citation Slověne, 1/2015, s. 311–322 en_US
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12528/520
dc.description.abstract Two Old Russian graffiti inscriptions are examined in the present paper. The first one, dating back to the late 13th–early 14th centuries, is located on one of the walls of the Savior Transfiguration Church in the St. Euphrosyne convent in Polotsk, Belarus. It reads Marъkova žana dobra ‘Mark’s wife is good.’ The second graffito was inscribed on a knife handle excavated in Drohiczyn, Eastern Poland (Old Russian Dorogyčinъ), and dates to the end of the 11th through the 12th centuries. The inscription reads Ežьkovъ nožь a iže i ukradetь proklętъ . . . ‘Ezhko’s knife. Whoever steals it, be cursed . . .’ Although both inscriptions have been published, the present study adds more in-depth paleographic and linguistic commentary and suggests corrected readings. The laudatory inscription from Polotsk is particularly interesting because it contains an early example of a spelling reflecting yakanye, a trait of Belarusian phonetics, whereas the interest of the Drohiczyn inscription lies in its unusual paleographic features. en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.subject Połock pl
dc.subject Drohiczyn pl
dc.subject archeologia pl
dc.subject epigrafia pl
dc.subject paleografia pl
dc.subject język staroruski pl
dc.subject historia języka pl
dc.subject język białoruski pl
dc.subject 11-14 w. pl
dc.subject Polotsk en_US
dc.subject archaeology en_US
dc.subject epigraphy en_US
dc.subject palaeography en_US
dc.subject Old Russian en_US
dc.subject history of language en_US
dc.subject Belarusian language en_US
dc.subject 11-14th century en_US
dc.title О двух древнерусских надписях из Белоруссии и Польши ru
dc.title.alternative On Two Old Russian Inscriptions from Belarus and Poland en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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