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Slavica Slovaca


Volume 51, 2016, No. 2

Content:


  Kristológia vo svetle vybraných katechizmov Východu a Západu
Igor Haraj

Christology, Non-chalcedonian oriental orthodox churces, Chalcedonian churches: Catholic church and Eastern Orthodox church, The Shorter Catechism, Monophysitism, Miaphysitism, Hypostatic union, Common christological declaration.

Oriental catechisms represent miaphysitic Christology based on formulations of St. Kyrillos of Alexandria (μία φύσις του̃ Θευ̃ λόγου σεσαρκωμένη). Catholic and Eastern Orthodox catechisms are written in the light of the Christology of St. Leo the Great (Iesus Christus est Deus vere et Homo vere). The analysis of both types of the catechisms shows, that their Christology is orthodox. Doctrine of the Oriental catechisms is made aviable in Slovakia for the first time.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 103-117.

 
  Тема Страшного суда в миниатюрах лицевого списка сочинения Псевдо-Ипполита (по рукописи собрания ЛАИ ИГНИ УрФУ)
Наталья Ануфриева

Book culture; Christian tradition; miniature; iconography; eschatology, Old Believers; the Last Judgement; Daniel’s prophecy.

The paper is devoted to analysing the reception in imperial Russia of the “Sermon in the Miasopustnaia Week on the End of the World”, an essay by the fifteenth-century Christian writer Pseudo- Hippolytus. This sermon reflects one of the basic points of Christian tradition – eschatology. This essay, along with other eschatological compositions, has enriched and complemented Christian representations of the Last Judgement. Pseudo- Hippolytus’ sermon was extremely popular among literate Russian Old Believer circles, and indeed they created an illustrated variant. This paper studies the miniatures of this manuscript kept in the Laboratory for Archaeographical Studies at the Ural Federal University. After examining the early Christian compositions that were at the basis of Pseudo- Hippolytus’ work, the author subjects the iconography of the manuscript to comparative analysis. Here she considers other Russian depictions of the Last Judgement in icon painting frescos, and other manuscripts. Finally, the author examines iconographic elements imported into Russian book culture from the West.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 118-130.

 
  Jazyk a konfesia Slovákov v Chorvátsku v súčasnosti a ich dosah na možnosti revitalizácie
Miriam Stašková

Slovak ethnic minority in Croatia, mother tangue, identity, confession, Srijem, Slavonia.

Research, which was carried out in areas of Western Srem and Eastern Slavonia in Slovak villages in the territory of Croatia, was motivated by attempt to capture the current state of the use of Slovak language by the Slovaks in that area in the context of manifestations of ethnic identity of Slovaks in Croatia and also with regard to their confessional affiliation. Confession, has proved to be one of the main factors of maintaining the Slovak minority in the majority environment.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 131-146.

 
  Ján Stanislav a jazyková kultúra
Jana Skladaná

Ján Stanislav, current Slovak literary language, current language culture, Slovak correct pronunciation.

The paper analyses the work of Ján Stanislav in the field of current Slovak literary language, current language culture and current Slovak correct pronunciation. Ján Stanislav´s view on these language areas is characterized and compared to current views. The paper provides an overview of works on these areas closely in the final bibliography.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 147-154.

 
  Dva rukopisy z konca 17. storočia z Marmaroša
Svetlana Vašíčková

Carpathian manuscripts, Uglian manuscripts, description.

The paper was created as a part of solving APVV project devoted to Cyrillic literature in Slovakia written until the end of 18th century. Uglian Gospel and Uglian Miscellanea are Cyrillic literary monuments of the Carpathian provenience from the end of 17th century. In this paper we describe Uglian manuscripts in angle of palaeography and content.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 155-164.

 
  Irmologion Jána Juhaseviča Skliarskeho (poznámky k rukopisu z rokov 1784-1785)
Mária Prokipčáková

Irmologion, Ján Juhasevič Skliarskij, repertoire, music and text forms.

The paper focuses on the specific aspects of the manuscript irmologion of Ján Juhasevič Skliarskij. Unique details are shown not only by precise book presentations but also by the language and music records and a rare repertoire system. Presented irmologion redounds to the understanding of scribes, music and liturgical practice in the region of Byzantine-Slavonic tradition in Slovakia and the Sub‘Carpathian area.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 165-170.

 
  Metódy tvorby máp Slovanského jazykového atlasu
Anna Ramšáková

Slavic Linguistic Atlas, areal linguistic, lexical-word-formation series, morphological analysis, cartographic techniques, computer support using a MAPola programme.

The main idea of the following paper is to bring to a wider professional community methodology of the map´s preparation for lexical-word-formation series of the international research project Slavic Linguistic Atlas, which has not yet been given more attention. As an example we use the preparation of a separate dialect map Sl 1844° ‘старая женщина’ (‘old woman’), a legends pertaining to it and a commentary for the upcoming volume within aforementioned series of Atlas – Family relationships.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 51, 2016, No. 2: 171-180.