[Journal] Harvard Ukrainian Studies. Vol. VI. No 2

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THE GRAFFITO'S TURKIC ELEMENTS Now it is possible to establish the text and the translation of the Kievan bilingual inscription (the Turkic words and phrases are italicized in the original) : Tätük [K\üc р о р т ъ bëlovéz"s"kyj, Bökä Ğö[n]asi Ivan Ćor, [ra]by bożije, ölti, ölti. älbä bu. Tätük Kuć, the senior priest (popim) of Bêla Véza, [and] Bökä's son Ivan Cör, the humble men (literally "God's servants" = θεού δούλοι), died [and] died [that is, both died]. This [is their] respectful memorial.

The correspondences are as follows: A = a: АЛЪ6А älbä, ТАТЪК tätük, 6AKA bökä; 44 A = Ö: АЛЪТИ; ölti, 6AKA bökä; (b)y = u: бу bu; у (ю) =ô: чу a cgfñja, чюр cör; (c) ъ =ü: ТАТЪК tätük; cf. Т ъ р к — < Türk (търкы, PSRL, vol. 1, col. 204); ъ = marker of the syllabic juncture: АЛЪ6А äl-bä, АЛЪТИ öl-ti; (d) ю =ü: кюшъ kuć; =о (after ć):45 чюр cör. The remaining cases contain no surprises: A = a: чуа âö[njq и = г: АЛЪТИ ölti, чуаси cö[n]asi; as noted above, the language of the graffito still has only one i; the palatal opposition {front: back) in high unrounded vowels has not yet occurred.

The Assemanianus; 2. The Zographensis and the Marianus; 3. The ES; 4. The Psalterium Sinaiticum. Professor Horace G. Lunt obtains the first rank among the linguists most recently advocating a late date for the Assemanianus. He considers it to be "surely the youngest" of the Old Church Slavonic gospel manuscripts and dates it to the second half of the eleventh century, or even to 1100. Cf. Lunt's three forthcoming studies: "On the Old Church Slavonic Codex Assemanianus," to appear in Makedonski jazik (Skopje); "On OCS Gospel Texts," to appear in Byzantinobulgarica (Sofia), and "On Dating Old Church Slavonic Gospel Manuscripts," to appear in Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics (Utrecht, 1982).

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