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Pskov Chronicles

(444 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
[Псковские летописи] 15th-17th century. Russia. A group of chronicles in Church Slavonic (Russian recension, with a strong influence of local dialect) representing Pskovian chronicle writing from the 13th to the 16th century. The oldest manuscript is the so-called Synodal copy of the Second Pskov Chronicle (Moscow, Государственный исторический музей, Син. 154), which is dated to the 1480s.The tradition of chronicle notes was begun in Pskov in the 13th century and was put on a regular basis in the following century. In the beginning work on the chronicle was und…
Date: 2016-10-17

L'vov Chronicle

(171 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
[Львовская летопись] 16th century. Russia. Chronicle, preserved in a single manuscript (St. Petersburg, Российская национальная библиотека, F.IV.144), first published towards the end of the 18th century by N.A. L'vov on the basis of a manuscript that is now lost.In its most ancient part the L'vov Chronicle uses the Ermolin Chronicle, the Muscovite compilation of 1479, the Radziwiłł Chronicle and another chronicle similar in content to the Trinity Chronicle. The entries from the end of the 14th century up to 1518 are identical to those in the St. Sophia Second Chronicle, occasionally…
Date: 2016-10-17

Nikon Chronicle

(143 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
[Никоновская летопись] late 1520s. Russia. Named after one of the copies belonging to patriarch Nikon, this compilation is the principal witness to official Muscovite chronicle writing in the mid-16th century. The first variant preserved in the original copy (manuscript of M.A. Obolenskij, Moscow, Российский государственный Архив Древних Актов, ф. 201, №163) was compiled at the see of the Muscovite metropolitan under metropolitan Daniil's personal supervision. The Nikon Chronicle is a comprehensive compilation on the basis…
Date: 2016-10-17

Rogožskij Chronicle

(182 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
[Рогожский летописец] early 15th century. Russia. Church Slavonic (Russian recension). One of the most authoritative sources on the history of North-Eastern Rus' for the 14th and early 15th century. The first part (up to 1288) is a compilation on the basis of the Rostov-Suzdal’ chronicle of late 13th century and of a Novgorodian chronicle compilation of the type of the Fourth Novgorodian Chronicle. From 1288 to 1374 it follows the text of the Tver' Chronicle, from 1328 also using material taken from a Russian chronicle similar to the Simeonov Chronicle. Beginning with 1375 the trace…
Date: 2016-10-17

Ermolin Chronicle

(201 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
[Ермолинская летопись] late 15th century. Russia. Chronicle compilation preserved in a single copy (Moscow, Российская государственная библиотека, ф. 173/I, № 195.2). The main text covers events up to 1481 and is continued by additions for the years 1485-8. The chronicle contains information on the building activities of the architect Vasilij Ermolin for the years 1462-72, hence its title. Its text goes back to sources it shares with the Muscovite princely chronicle compilation of 1479 (see Muscovite Chronicle Compilations), abridged chronicle compilations, the L'vov Chr…
Date: 2016-10-17

Academic Chronicle

(164 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
[Московско-Академическая летопись] late 15th century. Rus'. Chronicle compilation in Church Slavonic (Russian recension), preserved in the original contemporary manuscript (Moscow, Российская государственная библиотека, ф. 173, собр. МДА, № 236) and consisting of three different parts. Up to 1206 it is based on the same protograph as the Radziwiłł Chronicle and contains one of the five complete copies of the Povest' vremennych lět, with its Vladimir-Suzdal' continuation. The second part (1207-31) corresponds to the St. Sophia First Chronicle in the older redaction. The …
Date: 2016-10-17

Pověst’ vremennych lět

(983 words)

Author(s): Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich
(Повесть временных лет, The Tale of Bygone Years / of Years and Seasons) [Primary Chronicle, Nestor Chronicle] early 12th century. Rus'. Chronicle compilation in Church Slavonic (Russian recension), the basic narrative source for the history of early Rus'. Written in Kiev between 1113 and 1116 during the first years of the reign of Vladimir Vsevolodovič Monomach. The complete text of the Povest' vremennych let, which forms the initial part of later chronicle compilations, has survived in five main copies, the earliest of which are the Laurentian chronicle of 1377 and the Hypatian Chro…
Date: 2016-10-17