Medieval Slavic menologies

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Epiphany Eve (15 items)

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January 5 (15 items)
882 event [E] В наве бгоꙗвлениа.
Arx event [E] Навечериѥ ст꙯хъ бгоꙗвлѥныхь 
B event [E] Вь наверие ст꙯го бг꙯оꙗвлениꙗ
C event [E] вь навериѥ ст꙯го бгоꙗвлениꙗ· [no titlo]
DC2 event [E] вь наверие стго бгоявленіа·
Ekl event [E] Παραμονὴ τῶν Θεοφανιῶν.
JT event [E] no specific text
KarpAp event [E] вь навечерии крщениѣ хва·
KarpEv event [E] вь наверии боꙗвлениꙗ:
Oh event [E] навечерие· ст(ъӥ)хъ епи(фан)и̛· [Graecism: епи(фан)и for бгоꙗвленя or просвѣщениꙗ]
ST event [E] въ навечериѥ·; ; на веꙑнии просвѣщениѧ ·
Slep event [E] въ навечерие б꙯гоѣвениѣ·
Strum event [E] Дн : [no final jer; Blaxova and Xauptova 1990: 312] епифани : [lexicon: graecism for просвѣщения, бгоѣвлениѣ; cf. просвѣщения after 2 Jan ] Вечер : [no final jer; Blaxova and Xauptova 1990: 312]
Xlud.31 event [E] наверия бгоꙗ̇влениꙗ хва
ZT event [E] Въ Н(аВ)ЕРИЕ СТА БГ꙯ОꙖВЛЕНИꙖ̇·