Prince Vladimir's Psalter
The Reims Gospel
Facsimile copy of the manuscript of the XI century is probably from the library of the Grand Kiev Prince Yaroslav the Wise.
The Vienna Octoechos of the 13th century
Facsimile edition of the Vienna Octoechos (Codex Hankenstein) of the late 12th – of the early 13th century.
The Lauryshava Gospel, 14th century
The Lauryshava Gospel Aprakos is the oldest among well-known Cyrillic manuscripts of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, during the formative phase of the Lithuanian-Russian statehood in the second half of the 14th century.
The Chelm Gospel, 13th century
Since the past, the Chelm Gospel has attracted attention of the researchers who studied its linguistic features, ornamental design, miniatures, textology, etc.
The Lutsk Psalter, 1384
A highly interesting and significant source for researching the paleography, textology, the development of the Church Slavonic language in the East Slavic area as well as the history of the Ukrainian language.
The Lutsk Gospel, 14th century
The Lutsk Gospel of 14th century is one of the oldest East Slavic heritages of Christian culture.
We express our sincere gratitude to the philanthropists and investors, without whose support these publications would not have seen the world.
The revival of the manuscript is a cultural event in the world-wide dimension. And we are grateful to everyone who supports this renewing of the history.