The most significant relic of medieval literary Polish language is the Sankt Florian Psalter, a work which, despite appearances, is still little known. During the last public presentation of the manuscript in the National Library in Warsaw in 2006, the exhibition organizers emphasized that we are still doomed to hypotheses and conjectures on the issues that are most important: the place of origin of the Psalter, its functions and sources, and where the Polish translation was taken from. Also the national conference '70 years of research on the Sankt Florian Psalter', which took place in autumn 2009 at the Institute of Literary Studies of the Polish Academy of Science, confirmed only that - despite noticeable progress in recent decades in research on the trilingual Psalter - it still remains undiscovered.
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