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Late Manuscripts That Coexisted with the Printed Edition

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The time when the Panoplia Dogmatike was published marked the transition from manuscripts to book printing for Orthodox Christians in South Eastern Europe. For this reason the text of the Panoplia was a part of the common phenomenon in which printed texts coexisted with the manuscript versions. Moving beyond the confines of the Principalities, there is at least one more manuscript which was executed at the time when the Orthodox was already making moves to publish the anthology. One could suggest that in the latest manuscripts of the Panoplia it became a matter of choice which part of the anthology should be copied and the chosen chapter easily became part of another (polemic) anthology. The catalogued manuscripts from Romania are fragmented and late, but even so these MSS also deserve attention. The MS bar 587 (667) kept in Bucharest is dated to the eighteenth century.

Keywords: late manuscripts; orthodox Christians; Panoplia Dogmatike; Romania



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