This is the publication of several Early Old Russian graffiti-inscriptions from the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Novgorod with paleographic, linguistic and historical commentary. It includes the revised text of a 13-lines-long prayer (graffito № 206); an inscription mentioning the Turkic name Sanbdusb; a new Glagolitic graffito from the Martirievskaia Porch; two inscriptions by church assistants mentioning their Slavic non-Christian names; a graffito dated 6614 (AD 1106/1107).
Critical review of the book on anthropology of pilgrimage.
This book is simultaneously a history of Constantinopolitan topography and a guide through the Byzantine monuments of Istanbul, both well-known and absolutelu obsure
The paper analyses Ch. Péguy’s impact on ideas and works of Mauriac expressed in his journalistic writings.