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2 Enoch without any doubt is one of the most interesting and enigmatic texts of Slavonic Pseudepigrapha. Since the publication of the first fragments of it in the middle of the 19th century, there has been a protracted debate on all the questions concerning the history of the pseudepigraphon. And the “astronomical information” in it is possibly one of the most mysterious parts of 2 Enoch. The contents of the two main recensions are quite different in the chapter dealing with astronomical material. The paper studies the fragment, in which, in the short recension, it is literally said: “I [Enoch] counted Sun’s faces”.

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In: Scrinium

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On one hand, Slavonic Apocrypha share the same characteristics with the other Old Slavonic Literature. But on the other, they had their own peculiarities in terms of the process of translating, editing and copying the text during its existence in Slavonic version.

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In: Scrinium