Prologue from Ohrid

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The '''''Prologue from Ohrid''''' was compiled by [[Nikolai Velimirovic]].
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The '''''Prologue from Ohrid''''' was compiled by [[Nikolai Velimirovic]]. [[Bishop]] Nikolai's work is a compilation of lives of [[saints]], [[hymn]]s, reflections, and homilies. It was originally written in Serbian.
  
 
{{stub|For consideration - This article should be encyclopedic/historical content on HOW the book was compiled. OSource lists editions and text.}}
 
{{stub|For consideration - This article should be encyclopedic/historical content on HOW the book was compiled. OSource lists editions and text.}}

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The Prologue from Ohrid was compiled by Nikolai Velimirovic. Bishop Nikolai's work is a compilation of lives of saints, hymns, reflections, and homilies. It was originally written in Serbian.


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Published editions

  • Velimirovic, Nikolai. The Prologue of Ohrid: Lives of Saints, Hymns, Reflections and Homilies for Every Day of the Year.
Volume I (ISBN 0971950504)
Volume II (ISBN 0971950512)
  • Bishop Nikolai Velimirovic. Prologue from Ochrid [sic]. Lazarica Press (ISBN 0948298030)

External link

See OrthodoxSource: Prologue from Ohrid on OrthodoxSource

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