For over 250 years, Old Slavonic has been an attractive subject for linguists, literary scientists, historians, theologians and all lovers of Old Slavonic literature, culture, scripts and liturgy not only in Slavonic but also non-Slavonic countries. The birth of Slavonic and Paleo-Slavonic studies is closely connected to the beginnings of national revival in Slavonic countries in the second half of the 18th century. It was a period of searching for one’s Slavonic and Christian roots, history, rulers and vladykas, the land and language of their ancestors, i.e. their place in the family of European and Christian nations.
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