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(Gift-Lord, The God of Gifts) East Slavonic A God of sun and warmth, son of Svarog and one of the eight primary Slavonic deities. He is regarded as the ultimate ancestor of the Russian people, and even today a poetic reference to Russians can be made using...
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West Slavonic. A God of the woods; he has no idol or image, but is considered to be manifest throughout the forest primeval. His sacred day is Tuesday. Among the Baltic Slavs (whose name for him was Prove), especially in the area around Stargard, He was...
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West Slavonic. A local tutelary, a seven-headed warrior God associated with the South Baltic island of Rugen. See also, Svantavit....
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(Seven-Head) Pan Slavonic God of soil and fertility, one of the eight primary deities. Like Rugievit, whom He may be a variant of, He was represented as man with seven heads....
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(The White God) West Slavonic. A God of happiness and luck....
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([paternal-] Uncle-Lord) Pan Slavonic God of sky, air and wind, and one of the eight primary deities. He is said to be the ancestor of eight grandsons, each the Wind of a particular direction....
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(The Black God) West Slavonic A God of evil, grief and woe. His legend is one source of inspiration for the music of Moussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain"....
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Iberian and Slavonic Cultures: Contact and Comparison
“Work in progress”: Iberian-Slavonic Comparative Research .
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science 2 (slavonic
Seminar was devoted to 2 (Slavonic Apocalypse of) Enoch.
Old Slavonic and Church Slavonic in TeX
Slavonic Dance No. 7”
Slavonic Dance No. 7”. Antonin Dvorak.

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Epic Choir
Soundiron has formally announced their soon-to-be-released Mars Epic Male Slavonic & Latin Choir library. Mars features a full 30-voice male chorus as well as 3 soloists singing in both Slavonic (Russian Orthodox liturgical) and Latin.
What are soldiers facing today in Middle East?
Gregory Slavonic Rear Admiral, USN (Retired) also knows what it's like to be on the front lines. He's served in every major US war since Vietnam. He showed us some of his war artifacts.
Moldova: Attack on Journalist Causes Online Debate on “Language Issue”
Journalist Oleg Brega from Curaj TV was attacked on July 29 at the Slavonic University of Moldova, where he was investigating the case of a student encountering problems with her request to transfer to another university.
Flamenco del Oro and Cerro Negro Give World Beat a Heart Beat
It's all part of the experience, according to Gopal Slavonic, although on occasion it can be a little disconcerting. “When someone just starts screaming 'yeah!
Around this time Gothic, Ethiopian, Slavonic, Arabic and Armenian versions were prepared. In 405 AD a Roman scholar Esubius, popularly called Jerome, translated it into vulgar Latin (the spoken language of a part of Roman Empire).

Suggested Web Resources

Old Church Slavonic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Old Church Slavonic or Old Church Slavic (OCS).
Church Slavonic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Slavonic - Wiktionary
Slavonic. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search Slavonic.
Help Me Learn Church Slavonic
Church Slavonic grammar, vocabulary, quizzes, and other resources.
The Church Slavonic E-Tutor
Slavonic Glossary (pdf) It is a terrific resource for anyone wishing to learn Slavonic hurch Slavonic is a rich and vibrant part of our Orthodox heritage.

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