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Slavica Slovaca

Volume 50, 2015, No. 1


  Lexikálne východiská starej slovenskej hydronymie z povodia Hornádu v slovanskom kontexte
Jaromír Krško

Onomastic, hydronymy, Hornád watershed, oikonymy, Old Slavonic appellatives.

The presented study deals with lexical origin of some hydronyms of the Hornád river basin which are compared to parallel names in other Slavonic languages.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 6-13.

  Ґенеза слов’янської душі: рецепція кирило-мефодїївської спадщини в Галичині ХІХ- ХХ ст.
Роман Голик

Galicia, stereotypes, history, literature, reading, writing, Cyril and Methodius, Slavs, Cyrillic, Church Slavonic, Slavonic rite.

The article analyzes the reception of different elements of the saints Cyril’s and Methodius traditions in modern Galicia. The author examines the history of perception Cyrillic as Slavic alphabet, Church Slavonic as the sacred language of the Slavs; the Eastern rite as the embodiment of Slavonic rite and personalities of the saint Cyril and Methodius as educators and apostles of Slavic peoples. Also the author touches the problem of the reading of the book of this thematic among the Galicians and of the external influences on the representations of the cultural and religious heritage of the saints Cyrill and Methodius.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 14-27.

  Індивідуально-авторські найменування небесних світил і явищ природи в словотворчості поетів Рівненщини
Вiталiй Максимчук

Author lexical neologism, heavenly body, natural phenomenon, local language and poetical worldview, modern Rivnenshchyna poetry, semantics.

The article is devoted to analysis of the semantic peculiarities of individually-author names of heavenly bodies (sun, moon, star) and natural phenomena (wind, snow, rain, cloud, thunder etc.) in the Rivnenshchyna poets’ word-creation. The influence of Old Ukrainian beliefs and traditions on the local language and poetical worldview has been investigated.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 28-34.

  Хорватские земли в первой половине XIX в. в путевых заметках и письмах русских ученых
Михаил Сергеевич Ващенко

Illyrian movement, Croato-Russian relations, Slavic studies, road notes.

This article deals with the description of Croatian lands in the road notes and letters of Russian academicians, specialists in Slavic studies in the first half of XIX century. Such Russian academicians as Osip Bodyansky, Fyodor Chizhov, Izmail Sreznevsky, Petr Preis and Viktor Grigorovich during the visits to Croatia tried to find the material connected with Croatian language, culture and history. They also had a communication with activists of Illyrian movement which began to spread among the Croatians at that period. Their notes also contain the description of the different sides of the life of common Croatian people. The notes and letters of Russian academicians are very interesting and important source of the history of Russian Slavic studies, Croato-Russian relations and the history of Croatia of the first half of XIX century.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 35-40.

  Columba portans ramum olivae Prvé kroky vo výskume latinskej panegyrickej literatúry na Slovensku (Postrehy ku knihe Columba laureata od Eriky Juríkovej)
Svorad Zavarský

Neo-Latin, Panegyric, Trnava, Slovakia.

The present essay offers a critical review of a recent book by Erika Juríková on the 17th-18th century Latin panegyrical production of the Trnava university press. While commenting on the formal flaws and methodological shortcomings of this publication, the author attempts to formulate his own views of some of the principal questions connected with research into the Latin panegyrical literature of Slovakia. Particular attention is paid to the matters of interpretation and to editorial principles.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 41-52.

  Konštantín Filozof Solúnsky a jeho filozofia O príspevkoch K. Pavlovičovej
Ľuboš Lukoviny

Byzantine philosophy, definitions of philosophy.

Article is dedicated to the philosophy of Constantine the Philosopher from Thessaloniki, author contradicts the assessment of this philosophy in K. Pavlovičová contributions.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 53-57.

  Názvy a jazyk šarišských obcí pred rokom 1775
Peter Zubko

Names of villages (1775), Slovak-Ruthenian relations, church administration, Saris.

The importance of this no-knowing documents from Saris from circa 1775 is that: it is a rare official ecclesiastical and administrative memory, which testifies above the tolerance and respect among Slovaks, Hungarians, Germans and Ruthens who they lived side by side. From the document it shows that there was a close link between the Church, respectively local spiritual and believers, it was manifested in the use of languages. The seats of the Latin (Roman Catholic) parishes has been used Slovak language (with a few exceptions, when they used the Hungarian and German) and at the seats of the Uniate parishes (Greek Catholic) were registered Ruthenian language. This stereotype was transferred to general awareness, but at the lists of Zemplínska stool from the same period this rule does not apply fully, which is obvious from Barkoci visitation from the 18th century.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 50, 2015, No. 1: 58-73.