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Snapshot 110: The Confusion of Cyrillic Script
The Confusion of Cyrillic Script
For a long time no one in Leiden knew very well how to deal with books coming from Eastern Europe. This becomes obvious from a Croatian translation of the New Testament dating from 1563, which until the eighteenth century was taken for Russian.
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