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Ustavʺ t︠s︡erkovněĭ sluzhby izhe vʺ ierusalimʹstyi︠a︡ lavry

Uniform Title
Jerusalem Typicon.
Ustavʺ t︠s︡erkovněĭ sluzhby izhe vʺ ierusalimʹstyi︠a︡ lavry / prepodobnago i bogonōsnago ott︠s︡a nashego Savy, sīe vʺ slědovanīe byvaet i vʺ prochikh ierusalimʹskykh ōbitelīi, [ca. 1540].
Physical Description
1 v. (559 l.) ; 26 cm.
Church Slavic
Incipit: Egda khoshtetʺ nastoętelʹ vsenoshtnōe bděnīe stvoriti, ōt rezhde zakhozhdenīa solnichnago i︠a︡ko pri chetyresědesętemʹ dni....
Semi-uncial script.
Commemorations of Novgorod saints in the lower margins of leaves 88v., 239v., and 304.
Watermark: pitcher with one handle and rosette on the lid (1530-40, Briquet, #12630), restored pages on paper dating from the 1820's.
Binding: boards stamped in leather, 19th century.
Russian Church Slavic.
Ownership inscription for Ilarion and Alexander Nikitich Mironov on verso of leaf 4, in Russian, dated July 4, 1824. Ownership inscription in Russian, Vasilii Rakhmanov, leaf 188v. Purchased from Svetlana Aronov on the Edwin J. Beinecke Fund, 1997.
Biographical / Historical Note
St. Sabas is considered one of the founders of Eastern monasticism.
A liturgical manual of the Eastern Orthodox Church indicating how the services are to be recited during the ecclesiastical year.
Archives or Manuscripts
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June 01, 2002

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