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How to Study the Slavic Apocrypha in the 21st Century?

Case Study: The use of Moses and the Plagues Narratives in the Slavic Cultures

Sladjana Mirkovic

While the twentieth century witnessed the suppression of national identity in the strong transnational states in the Balkans, Eastern, and Central Europe, the twenty-first century brings out intense interest in the distinct Slavic literature as the marker of national identity, diminishing

Dirk Krausmüller

writings of Anastasius of Sinai’, Gouden Hoorn , 6.2 (1998-1999), pp. 5-16. 58) Cf. also V.A. Baranov, The Theology of Byzantine Iconoclasm (725/26-843): A Study in Theological Method (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Central-European University Budapest, 2004), pp. 186-190. 59) Anastasius of

Andreas Westergren

Cyrrhus (PhD diss., Central European University, Budapest, 2006); cf. C-N. Gaşpar, “An Oriental in Greek Dress: The Making of a Perfect Philosopher in the Philotheos Historia of Theodoret of Cyrrhus,” Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU 14 (2008) 193-229. 85 Theod. Phil. hist. prol. 5

Eszter Spät

“teachers” of Mani, and through them of Mani himself. Dept. of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary the ‘ teachers ’ of mani in the ACTA ARCHELAI 23