Kaminka-Strumylova Gospel

Kaminka-Strumylova Gospel. A manuscript gospel transcribed from a south-Slavic source in 1411 in Kaminka-Strumylova (now Kamianka-Buzka), a town on the Buh River in the Principality of Galicia-Volhynia. It is preserved in the National Library of Ukraine in Kyiv. Its language contains some traces of Volhynian dialects. The work was described by G. Kryzhanovsky in Rukopisnye evangeliia v kievskikh knigokhranilishchakh (Manuscript Gospels in Kyivan Libraries, 1889), and its language was analyzed by him in an article published in Volynskie eparkhial’nye vedomosti, 1886, nos 17–18.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1989).]



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