Cartea est-slava în Ţarile Române în sec. XV-XVI
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EŞANU, Andrei. Cartea est-slava în Ţarile Române în sec. XV-XVI. In: Anuarul Institutului de Istorie . 2013, nr. 2, pp. 16-21. ISSN 2345-1939.
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Anuarul Institutului de Istorie
Numărul 2 / 2013 / ISSN 2345-1939

Cartea est-slava în Ţarile Române în sec. XV-XVI

East Slave book in the romanian countries in XVth-XVIth centuries


Pag. 16-21

Eşanu Andrei
 
Institutul de Istorie, Stat şi Drept al AŞM
 
Disponibil în IBN: 13 mai 2022


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Along with printings of both the Romanian and South-Slavic origin from the XVth - XVIIth centuries, also, there was determined the presence in the Romanian Principalities of books from East-Slavic typographic centers like Moscow, Lvov, Ostrog, Vilna, Uniev, Kiev etc. The permanently increasing number of East-Slavic manuscripts and printed books that circulated in the Romanian Principalities in XV – XVII centuries, which were identified in archives, museums, monasteries, libraries and private collections, leads us to systematize this huge material and implicitly to reconsider its role in the cultural and spiritual development of Romanians in the Middle Ages.

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