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Dissertation Information

Title: The Verb System of Old Russian Translations from Greek (11 -12 centures) Add Dissertation
Author: Alexandre Sizikov Update Dissertation
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Institution: Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian language department
Completed in: 1999
Linguistic Subfield(s): Historical Linguistics;
Subject Language(s): Russian, Old
Director(s): N/A Kolsesov

Abstract: The dissertation is the first attemp to describe a verb system of old russian translations (11-12 cent.) from byzantic greek to church slavonic.