Lidia Zhukovskaya as a Researcher of Oldrussian Written Sources

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The article considers the contribution of Lidia P. Zhukovskaya, a prominent linguist, text critic and paleographer of the 20th century, to the study of various Old-Slavonic written sources, to the Cyrillo-Methodiana, to the creation of the Joint Catalog of Slavic Russian manuscripts and the publication of written monuments. The author emphasizes her endeavor in the studies of the Gospels, Prologue (Synaxarion), Svyatoslav Izbornik 1073, and birch-bark scrolls. The liguo-textological (textual) method she developed and the linguo- textological school she established are assessed. The author also provides information about the contents of her archive which is stored in the Research Department of Manuscripts in the Russian State Library.

 Keywords: text critic, linguotextology, paleography, the history of the Russian language, Slavistics (Slavic Studies).

Lidia Zhukovskaya as a Researcher of Oldrussian Written Sources
References: Marina S. Krutova Lidia Zhukovskaya as a Researcher of Oldrussian Written Sources. Universum Humanitarium (En). 1, #1. С. 54–63.