Studi Slavistici VIII • 2011
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From the Carpathians to the Duchy of Lucca. History of a Grammar

Published January 24, 2012
How to Cite
Fici, F. (2012). From the Carpathians to the Duchy of Lucca. History of a Grammar. Studi Slavistici, 8(1), 213-220. https://doi.org/10.13128/Studi_Slavis-10529

Abstract

Michajlo Lukič wrote his Slavo-Ruthenian Grammar (Grammatica slavo-ruthena seu veteroslavicae) during his stay in Lucca, where he had been invited by the Duke Carlo Ludovico di Borbone in 1829. The following year the Grammar was published in Buda. The purpose of this Grammar, which was written in Latin, was to give a cultural opportunity to people living in the Sub-Carpathian regions of the Austrian Empire and, at the same time, to highlight the Slavonic component of the Ruthenian spoken language.

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