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Pechersky synodikon

Nicholas Zharkikh

Pechersky synodikon (PS) the oldest preserved synodikon of the Kiev-Pechersky Monastery. It was written in the late 15th early 16th centuries. It was printed in 1891 by S. Golubev [ (The end of the XV and the beginning of the XVI century) / Golubev S. Proceedings the historical society of Nestor the chronicler, 1891, v. 6, annex; in abbreviated form S.G., page]; it was investigated by E. I. [De Witte E.I. Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and the Kiev Golden-Domed Mikhailovsky Monastery. Proceedings the historical society of Nestor the Chronicler, 1910 1914, vol. 21 24, annex. 144 p.; in abbreviated form E. V., page] and L. V. Voitovich [Princely Dynasties of Eastern Europe. Lviv: 2000, ; in abbreviated form L.V., record number].

For comments we will use directories by J. Wolf [Wolff J. Kniazowie litewsko-ruscy od końca 14 w. Warszawa: 1895. 698 s.; in abbreviated form Wolff, page] and A. Boniecki [Boniecki A. Herbarz polski. Warszawa, 1899 1913, t. 1 16; in abbreviated form Boniecki-2, volume, page].

The task of our research will be the systematization of fragments of historical information from the synodikon and the elucidation of the process of its formation.

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Kiev, April 17 August 11, 2017

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