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NUMBER SYSTEM IN THE ORATION ABOUT THE CROSS TREE


BY PRESBYTER JEREMIAH
Veselin Panayotov (Shoumen)
(summary)
The author analyzes the use of numbers in the Oration about the Cross
Tree by Presbyter Jeremiah after one particular copy. This choice depends on the
fact that the system of numbers in every copy is unique and corresponds to the
individual traits of the copyist and its contemporary time. Thus, the article doubts
the general studies about the use of numbers in mediaeval texts which do not
reckon the particularities of the respective copies. In Oration about the Cross Tree
numbers display a tendency toward thematic specification, in which particular
numbers (and their derivatives) are connected with a particular aspect.

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