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Lenten Triodion
12th Century Triodion. (GIM, Sin. 319), 305 leaves.
© Manuscript data input and proofreading against a photocopy of the original by A. Alenchenkova and D. Kornilova, with project leader Victor Baranov (Udmurtia State University).
Status: site testing, proofreading.
© All materials are licensed using a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works license. You must attribute the work referring to Udmurtia State University, the authors and project leader, and citing the source URL.

Work conducted as part of research project:
РК 01.2005 05494 "Ancient Divine Service Texts as a Source of Study for the History of Russian".
Pentecostarion
Pentecostarion, late 12th century. (GIM, Sunday, 27 parch.), 206 leaves.
© Manuscript data input and proofreading against a photocopy of the original by A. Alenchenkova and D. Kornilova, with project leader Victor Baranov (Udmurtia State University).
Status: site testing, proofreading.
© All materials are licensed using a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works license. You must attribute the work referring to Udmurtia State University, the authors and project leader, and citing the source URL

Work conducted as part of research project:
РК 01.2005 05494 "Ancient Divine Service Texts as a Source of Study for the History of Russian".
Triodion of Moses Kyanin
Triodion and Pentecostarion (Triodion of Moses Kyanin), late 12th - early 13th century. (RGADA, f. 381, No. 137), 257 leaves
© Manuscript data input and proofreading against the original by A. Alenchenkova and D. Kornilova, with project leader Victor Baranov (Udmurtia State University).
Status: data input, proofreading, and site testing.
© All materials are licensed using a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works license. You must attribute the work referring to Udmurtia State University, the authors and project leader, and citing the source URL.

Work conducted as part of research project
РК 01.2005 05494 "Ancient Divine Service Texts as a Source of Study for the History of Russian".