Medieval Slavic menologies

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Founding of Constantinople (10 items)

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May 11 (9 items)
882 event [E] бытиѥ црѣ [lexicon: vs. константина] гра.
B event [E] генетлиа [like Os and Cur, Ban appears to misinterpret Greek γενέθλιον 'birthday' as a saint's name]
Bas event [E] Ἡ ἀνάμνησις τοῦ γενεθλίου τῆς Κωνσταντινουπόλεως.
C event [E] генетлиꙗ· [like Os and Ban, Cur appears to misinterpret Greek γενέθλιον 'birthday' as a saint's name]
Ekl event [E] γενέθλιον τῆς πόλεως.
F72 event [E] бытие цр꙯ѣ гра· [lexicon: цр꙯ѣ гра for usual константина гра]
H event [E] ἡ ἀνάμνησις εὐδοκίᾳ Θεοῦ πνευματικῶϛ ἐπιτελεῖται τοῦ γενεθλίου ταύτηϛ τῆς θεοφυλάκτου καὶ βασιλίδοϛ πόλεωϛ [...].
Os event [E] па стмоу· генетлию· [by following it with 'and many (others)', Os appears to treat Gr. γενέθλιον 'founding', as a saint's name; see also C and B]
P event [E] τὸ γενέθλιον τῆς πόλεωϛ.
July 30 (1 item)
882 event [E] [Xristova-Šomova 2012: 833 suggests that this is a phrase from a short account of the life of John the Warrior] ꙗвлениѥ црѣ [lexicon: vs. константина] гра 