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eBook A Historical Outline of Literary Croatian/The Glagolitic Heritage of Croatian Culture ePub

by Branko; Zagar Mateo Franolic

  • ISBN: 953613280X
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  • Author: Branko; Zagar Mateo Franolic
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Erasmus Publisher Ltd (2008)
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In Croatia, from the 12th century, Glagolitic inscriptions appeared mostly in. .Hrvatska glagolska knjiga (in Croatian). Franolić, Branko, and Mateo Žagar: A Historical Outline of Literary Croatian and The Glagolitic Heritage of Croatian Culture.

In Croatia, from the 12th century, Glagolitic inscriptions appeared mostly in littoral areas: Istria, Primorje, Kvarner, and Kvarner islands, notably Krk, Cres, and Lošinj; in Dalmatia, on the islands of Zadar, but there were also findings in inner Lika and Krbava, reaching to Kupa river, and even as far as Međimurje and Slovenia. The Hrvoje's Missal (Croatian: Hrvojev misal) from 1404 was written in Split, and it is considered one of the most beautiful Croatian Glagolitic books.

Branko; Zagar, Mateo Franolic A Historical Outline of Literary Croatian/The Glagolitic Heritage of Croatian Culture. ISBN 13: 9789536132805. A Historical Outline of Literary Croatian/The Glagolitic Heritage of Croatian Culture. Branko; Zagar, Mateo Franolic. ISBN 10: 953613280X ISBN 13: 9789536132805.

The first major threat to Croatian Glagolitic since it attained stability was from the Ottoman excursions . Erasmus, Zagreb 2008. ISBN 978-953-6132-80-5.

The first major threat to Croatian Glagolitic since it attained stability was from the Ottoman excursions, though the extent of cultural damage varied locally depending on the course of war. In the 17th century, though, the first successful direct attack on the script since the 12th century was headed by the Bishop of Zagreb, and after the Magnate conspiracy left the script without secular protectors, its use was limited to the littoral region. Fučić, Branko: Glagoljski natpisi.

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Literature glagolitic - adj. pertaining to or written in an uncial cursive alphabet belonging to Saint Cyril; of or in Slavonic alphabet; of or relating to a Roman Catholic community o.

Branko Franolić, Mateo Zagar: "A Historical Outline of Literary Croatian & The Glagolitic Heritage of Croatian Culture", Erasmus & CSYPN, London & Zagreb 2008 ISBN 978-953-6132-80-5 Bauer, Antun: "Armeno-kavkasko podrijetlo starohrvatske umjetnosti, glagoljice i glagoljaštva. Tko su i odakle Hrvati, p. 65-69, Znanstveno društvo za proučavanje etnogeneze, Zagreb 1992. glagolitic - adj. pertaining to or written in an uncial cursive alphabet belonging to Saint Cyril; of or in Slavonic alphabet; of or relating to a Roman Catholic community of southwestern Croatia (whose liturgical books continue to be written in th.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Special ed. by Branko Franolic. Glagolitic heritage of Croatian culture. Published 2008 by Erasmus, Croatian Students and Young Professional Network in Zagreb, London Glagolitic heritage of Croatian culture.

A Croatian Glagolitic Dominican priest Beniamin de Croatia, born probably in Split, participated in the . The Missal of Prince Novak from 1368 is considered as a rare and valuable monument of Croatian Glagolitic cultural heritage. It is kept in the Austrian National Library in Vienna.

A Croatian Glagolitic Dominican priest Beniamin de Croatia, born probably in Split, participated in the preparation of Gennadij's Bible, the oldest Russian Bible (finished in 1499). The book was written in Krbava (now a part of Lika). Many specialists say that this is the most beautiful Glagolitic book.

Branko Franolić is the author of An Historical Survey Of Literary . Discover new books on Goodreads. Works of Croatian Latinists Recorded in the British Library General Catalogue.

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The reputable expert on Croatian studies and distinguished philologist Branko Franolic, concisely and clearly describes the paths and 'by-paths' of the history of the Croatian language upon which Croatian national identity was based throughout centuries. The text exceeds the mere outline and offers a rich scholarly apparatus that provides readers with a long and comprehensive background of philological researches that have marked Croatian studies in the past 2 centuries, and with social and political components that determined the standardisation.