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Two traditions chronicles
Grand Duchy of Lithuania


Nicholas Zharkikh

AKS Annals of King Sigismund, part of the "Lithuanian" chronicle

AV Acts of Vytautas, part of the "Vytautas" chronicle

BilL "Belarusian" chronicle

Bil0L Hypothetical protograph copies Bil1L Bil4L

Bil1L Bil6L copies of "Belarusian" chronicle

CMF Chronicle Metropolitan Photius (hypothetical chronicle of the 1410 1427)

EMF epitome (abbreviated chronicle) Metropolitan Photios (hypothetical chronicle, brought to 1427).

GDL abbr list Great Duchy of Lithuania

GVL Galician-Volhynian chronicle, part of the Hipatios chronicle for 1203 1292 [PSRL, vol. 2]

LitL "Lithuanian" chronicle

Lit0L hypothetical protograph all the "Lithuanian" chronicles

Lit1L Lit8L copies of the "Lithuanian" chronicle

LRP Legend of the Russian princes, part of "Belarusian" chronicle

MemV Memorial of Vytautas

MTL Moscow-Tver Chronicle, part of the RogL and SimL for the 1375 1411.

MTG Moscow-Tver group of chronicles (TL + SimL + RogL)

N1LMI Novgorod 1st chronicle younger recension [ senior and junior recension. Leningrad, 1950]

N4L Novgorod 4th chronicle [PSRL, vol. 4]

NKL Novgorod Karamzins chronicle [PSRL, vol. 42]

PSRL Complete Collection of Russian Chronicles

PV Praise of Vytautas, part of the "Vytautas" chronicle

RogL Rogozhsky chronicler [PSRL, vol. 15, ch. 1]

S1LSI Sophia 1st chronicle older recension [PSRL, vol. 6, ch. 1]

SCL "Short chronicle Lithuania"", part of the "Lithuanian" chronicle

SCR story about the congress rulers, part of the "Vytautas" chronicle

SimL Simeon chronicle [PSRL, Vol. 18]

SMF scribe Metropolitan Photios (hypothetical person, the author of CMF)

SNG Sophia-Novgorod group of chronicles (S1LSI + NKL + N4L)

TL Trinity Chronicle

TOŠ "Tale of Švitrigaila", integral part of "Vytautas" chronicle

TOV "Tale of Vytautas," the first part "Vytautas" chronicle

TPL "Tale of Podillja land", an integral part of "Vytautas" chronicle

VitL "Vytautas" chronicle

Vit1L Vit7L copies "Vytautas" chronicle

WIN The words of Isaac of Nineveh, manuscript 1428 with "Praise of Vytautas"

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