Corpus Cyrillo-Methodianum Helsingiense

Codex Zographensis

TEXT FILE: the Codex Zographensis proper

TEXT FILE: Zogr-B

The e-text should be considered to be a tertiary source as it is not based on the manuscript itself, but on Vatroslav Jagić's edition thereof. The text also incorporates the numerous corrections by Leszek Moszyński (Ze studiów nad rękopisem Kodeksu Zografskiego, Wrocław-Warszawa-Kraków, 1961). The file is not meant to be completely self-explanatory: it must be used with Jagić's edition and Moszyński's important study.

The lines in the files do not correspond to the manuscript lines, being arranged according to Gospel chapters and verses. Each line begins with a seven-digit number which is to be interpreted as follows:

The transliteration used in the text only makes use of the 7-bit ASCII code so as to ensure maximal portability. Upper-case letters are used to represent different graphemes than the corresponding lower-case letters.


TRANSLITERATION TABLE OF THE CODEX ZOGRAPHENSIS

a	az
b	buky
v	vede
g	glagol
d	dobro
e	jest
Z	zhivete
D	dzelo
z	zemlja
i	izhe '20' (transliterated with the octal i in Cyrillic)
I	i '10' (the decimal i in Cyrillic)
J	the broader variant of the latter (Greek iota in Cyrillic)
G	gerv
k	kako
l	ljudije
m	myslete
n	nash
o	on
p	pokoj
r	rci
s	slovo
t	tverdo
u	uk
f	fert
T	theta (fita)
x	xer
w	ot (omega)
c	ci
C	cherv
S	sha
&	big jer
$	small jer
y	jery (instead of &I)
@	jat
ju	ju
E	small jus
jE	iotated small jus
O	big jus
jO	iotated big jus
Y	izhica
A	"nasal jer"
*	the following letter is big (e.g. initial)
!	before a whole word: the word is under a titlo
	inside a word: the following letter is above the line
'	poerok
~	breve (arc opening upwards) above the next letter
^	round circumflex (arc opening downwards) above the previous letter
(	spiritus asper (dasia) above the next letter
.	point
:	two points
: .	three points
: -	two points and a dash
?	letter not readable in the MS
[... ]	interpolated material (added by Jagic)
=...=	later addition in the MS
-	missing part of a word (e.g. "-to" in the beginning of Matthew)


TRANSLITERATION TABLE OF ZOGR-B

a	az
b	buky
v	vede
g	glagol
d	dobro
e	jest
E	small jus
Z	zhivete
D	dzelo
z	zemlja
i	izhe (transliterated with the octal i in Cyrillic)
I	i (the decimal i in Cyrillic)
J	the broader variant of the latter (Greek iota in Cyrillic)
G	gerv
k	kako
l	ljudije
m	myslete
n	nash
o	on
O	big jus
p	pokoj
r	rci
s	slovo
t	tverdo
T	theta (fita)
u	uk
f	fert
F	Cyrillic f
x	xer
q	shta
c	ci
C	cherv
S	sha
&	big jer
$	small jer
y	jery (&I is used instead in cases where one of the elements of the
    ligature is either missing or not visible, i.e. -&[I] or -[&]I)
@	jat
ju	ju
E	small jus
jE	iotated small jus
O	big jus
jO	iotated big jus
U	izhica
A	"nasal jer"
*	the following letter is big (e.g. an initial)
!	before a whole word: the word is under a titlo
    inside a word: the following letter is above the line (with or without a pokrytie)
'	pojerok
~	breve (arc opening upwards) above the next letter
^	round circumflex (arc opening downwards) above the previous letter
(	spiritus asper (dasia) above the next letter
.	point (period)
:	two points
? 	letter not readable in the MS
[...]	added by Jagic
<...> not visible according to Moszynski but included without comment by Jagic
=...=	later addition in the MS
-	missing part of a word (e.g. "-to" in the beginning of Matthew)