The Slavonic literatures and their origin in space and time
Source document: Slavica litteraria. 2014, vol. 17, iss. 1, pp. -99
ISSN1212-1509 (print)2336-4491 (online)
License: Not specified license
The great work of the Byzantine philosophers comprises the creation of a language for the Slaves (fourth to be used in liturgy, legislative, cultural and artistic contexts), as well as translations of the Bible and the activity of three literary schools. Evidence is made of the role of Constantinople and Thessalonica, while imprecisions are corrected and questions as follows are made: Where were scriptoria of Great Moravia? Why the first Slavonic poetic composition, the first Slavonic Law and other textes in Old Slavonic are not consider among the most important European and World literary legacy?