The article deals with one of the few Glagolic manuscripts found on the territory of Slovakia which were discovered by J.V. Gajdos in the Franciscan monastery in Hlohovec. Glagolitic folios from Hlohovec were until now given only a marginal attention from Slovak slavistics. The author concentrates on some graphematic questions (Graphical picture of glagolic letters) as well as on the questions connected with transcription or transliteration of Glagolic, Cyrillic and Latin letters. As the previous transcriptions of this manuscript show discrepancies, the study is aimed at accomplishing a maximum correspondence. The author puts the previous transcriptions through critical analyses. He also points at problems with transliteration of Glagolic texts.
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