The Tale of the Prophet Isaiah: The Destiny and Meanings of an Apocryphal Text
BRILL, 29. kol 2013. - Broj stranica: 324
The book contains an edition of the original text of “Tale of the Prophet Isaiah” and commentary on the quite unclear narrative concerning its origins, development and an interpretation of its meaning with strong focus on its biblical roots.
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Chapter One The Text of the Literary Work and Its Manuscript Tradition
Chapter Two Tale of the Prophet Isaiah in the Context of Mediaeval Literature and Modern Researches
Chapter Three The Chosen People and the Promised Land
Tsar Izot or Davidic Royalty
Tsar Ispor and the Mosaic Royalty Constantine and the Royalty of the RulerConverter to Christianity
Chapter Six Kings and Their Names
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11th century 1Samuel apocryphal apocryphon apokrifen letopis Asparukh Balkans Basil Basil II basileis biblical Biliarsky Bogomil Bozhilov Breznik Bulgarian land Bulgars Bulgarski Byzantine character Chosen Christian Church cited compiled connected Constantine VII Constantinople context Covenant Cross cult Cumans Danube discuss Divine Dobrudja Dujčev emperor Empire fact God’s Greek Hebrew historical Holy Scripture idea identity ideological important indicated interpretation Israel Istorija Ivanov Jerusalem Jireček Kajmakamova Kebra Nagast Kichevo King David kingdom later literature Lord manuscript mediaeval mentioned Miltenova monastery Moscow Moses narrative Nicephorus Nikolov ofthe Old Testament pagan paradigm Patriarch Patriarch Euthymius political presented Preslav Prophet Isaiah reference reign relics religious river Roman Rome royal Săchinenija saints sbornik scholars Seleukia Serbian similar Sofia St Constantine St Tsar Peter story Sumbat Davitis-dze Tăpkova-Zaimova Temple text of Tale tradition Tsar Constantine Tsar Ispor Tsar Izot Tsar Symeon Uzziah Venedikov veneration