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Ruthenian language resources



Ruthenian is spoken on a daily basis in: Slovakia

Encyclopedia resources on Ruthenian
Ruthenian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ruthenian language From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Jump to: navigation , search For other uses, see Ruthenian language (disambiguation) . Ruthenian (ру?ькъ) Spoken in: ...

Talk:Black Ruthenian language - Wikipedia
This article was suppressed on the English Wikipedia, see en:Talk:Black_Ruthenian_language Cet article existe également sur le wikipedia en français, où il a été proposé à la suppression, voir ...

Black Ruthenian language - Wikipedia
...http://ee.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Ruthenian_language " Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools Log in / create account Navigation Main Page Community portal Current events Recent changes Random page ...

East Slavic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...short overview over the Old and Middle periods. For more detail see Old East Slavic language , Ruthenian language , and History of the Russian language . After the conversion of the East Slavic region to ...

Ruthenia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Old East Slavic language Old Russian language Proto-Slavic language Russian language Ruthenian language Rusin language Rusyn language (including Pannonian Rusyn or Rusnak, and Carpatho-Rusyn) Slavic languages ...

List of languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Language Ruthenian ( Slavic ) [ edit ] S Contents: Top - 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Sabaean Salar Salishan languages Samaritan Hebrew ( Semitic ) Sami (Lappish) ( Finno-Ugric ) Samoan Sandawe Sangisari Sanglechi Sango ...

http://ee.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Userlogin&returnto=Talk:Black_Ruthenian_language
...records from Rus' testify to substantial divergence between Russian and Ruthenian/Rusyn forms of the Ukrainian language as early as the era of Rus'. One vehicle of this divergence (or widening ...

Ukrainian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...records from Rus' testify to substantial divergence between Russian and Ruthenian/Rusyn forms of the Ukrainian language as early as the era of Rus'. One vehicle of this divergence (or widening ...

Rusyns - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...less accurately referred to as the Ruthenian language, is in substance like Ukrainian -- enough so that the Ukrainian government considers it merely a dialect of Ukrainian, to the resentment of some ...

Rusyn language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ruthenian [ edit ] External links Rusyn language at the World Academy of Rusyn Culture Ethnologue report for RUE Ру?ка Матка (Ruska Matka), the central cultural organization of the Pannonian Rusyns ...



Academic resources on Ruthenian
Supreme Ruthenian Council
Return to Encyclopedia Home Page Supreme Ruthenian Council The representative body of the Ukrainians of Galicia during the revolution of 1848 was the Supreme Ruthenian Council (SRC; Holova ru'ka rada ...

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
Information about the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Eastern Byzantine Rite Documents of the Church: The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom Prayers for Mediation The Orthodox Confession of Faith by ...

Congress of the Slavs in Prague (1848)
...mediation between the Slavs and the Hungarians. On the other hand, the Ruthenian delegates representing the Supreme Ruthenian Council [ Holovna Rus'ka Rada ] in Lvov viewed the congress as an ...

Medieval Sourcebook: Privileges Granted to German Merchants at ...
...enter the court. If a Ruthenian offend a guest, the duke and the alderman of Novgorod will be informed and they will settle the case; but if a guest offend a Ruthenian, the alderman of the ...

http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/w/x/wxk116/sjk/jazch4.html
...indication that the phrase was in use during Ruthenian presence in the land, and which also indisputably proves that the victims of the harsh Ruthenian rule were the Poles, or Lekhs, as they were ...

Galicia, Revolution
Galicia into an eastern (Ruthenian) and a western (Polish) part. The National Council in Lviv attempted to counterbalance the Supreme Ruthenian Council with a Ruthenian Assembly [ Rus'kyy Sobor ...

http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/w/x/wxk116/sjk/jazch2.html
Ruthenian princes into their territory had not been very deep. The first information that gives us some insight on the conquest of this territory dates to 1144 and 1156 when one of the Ruthenian ...

National Council (
23, 1848; in order to prevent a division of Galicia into a Polish and a Ruthenian part (advocated by the Supreme Ruthenian Council ( Holovna Rus'ka Rada ), the N.C. supported the Ruthenian Assembly ( ...

Language and Identity - Conference Program
David A. Frick (University of California, Berkeley) Varieties of Ruthenian in Seventeenth-Century Vilnius ( abstract ) Pietro U. Dini (University of Pisa, Italy) Views on Languages and ...

Table of Contents of Encyclopedia of Revolutions of 1848
Struve, Gustav (1805-1870) Herzog, Dagmar Students of Paris Gallagher, John G. Supreme Ruthenian Council Himka, John-Paul Thiers, Marie-Joseph-Louis-Adolphe Kale, Steven D Tell, Christian Michelson ...



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Government resources on Ruthenian
CIA - The World Factbook -- Slovakia
Slovak 85.8%, Hungarian 9.7%, Roma 1.7%, Ruthenian/Ukrainian 1%, other and unspecified 1.8% (2001 census) Religions: Roman Catholic 68.9%, Protestant 10.8%, Greek Catholic 4.1%, other or ...

: GN 00301.355 - Translation Services in the Central Translation ...
Ruthenian Greek Polish Vietnamese Hebrew Portuguese Yiddish D. REFERENCES Information on CTS's mailing address and telefax numbers, GN 00301.365C.2. Procedure on Office of International Operations translation ...

Slovakia (08/05)
...other 0.6%, unknown 3.5%, 13% report no affiliation. Languages: Slovak (official), Hungarian, Ruthenian, Romany, and Ukrainian. Education: Literacy --99%. Health: Life expectancy (2001)--78 yrs. females ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Slovakia
Slovak 85.8%, Hungarian 9.7%, Roma 1.7%, Ruthenian/Ukrainian 1%, other and unspecified 1.8% (2001 census) Religions: Roman Catholic 68.9%, Protestant 10.8%, Greek Catholic 4.1%, other or ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Ethnic groups
Indian 7.9%, other 1.4% (2000 census) Slovakia Slovak 85.8%, Hungarian 9.7%, Roma 1.7%, Ruthenian/Ukrainian 1%, other and unspecified 1.8% (2001 census) Slovenia Slovene 83.1%, Serb 2 ...

KB- KBZ Religious legal systems
Churches of the Byzantine rite - Continued Italo-Albanian Yugoslav Melchite Romanian Russian Ruthenian Ukrainian General United States Canada Brazil Other countries, A-Z Churches of the Alexandrian ...

Ukrainian Collections: Overviews of the Collections (European Reading ...
...to explain that in Austria- Hungary the term "ruskyi" was used instead of Ukrainian or Ruthenian (the official Austria-Hungarian name of that time) to denote a language spoken in Austrian-ruled ...

Slovak Republic
...the Ruthenian minority receives state funding to publish a biweekly newspaper in Ukrainian (see Section 2.a.). A representative of the Ruthenian Revival Organization stated that Ruthenian language ...

MARC Language Codes: Part I: NAME SEQUENCE
Ruthenian USE Ukrainian Ruund Assigned collective code [bnt] (Bantu (Other)) UF Chiluwunda Lunda, Northern Luwunda Muatiamvua Northern Lunda Uruund Rwanda USE Kinyarwanda Sabaean Assigned collective code [sem] ...

MARC Language Codes: Part I: NAME SEQUENCE
Ruthenian Also collective code for: Carpatho-Rusyn Ukrainian, Old (ca. 1300-1700) Assigned collective code [sla] (Slavic (Other)) UF Old Ukrainian Ulcha USE Olcha Uldeme Assigned collective code [afa] ...



".org" resources on Ruthenian
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ruthenian Rite
...ad appears here that contradicts Catholic teachings, please click here to notify the webmaster. Ruthenian Rite Catholic Encyclopedia on CD-ROM Contains 11,632 articles. Browse off-line, ad-free, printer ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ruthenians
Galicia and Hungary are Greek Catholics in unity with the Holy See . For this reason the word Ruthenian has been generally used to indicate those of the race who are Catholics, and Little Russian those ...

Ruthenian Bizantine Catholic Church
Ruthenian Byzantine Catholic Church Missing Children's Vatican Archdiocese, Diocese Liturgy Prayers and Devotions Cathedrals Parishes Monasteries Schools and Seminaries Media ...

The Ruthenian Catholic Church
Jersey, Ohio and the Northeast. In 1924 Rome raised the status of the American Greek Catholic Ruthenian community to that of an Exarchate (Apostolic Vicariate) with Bishop Basil Takach as its first ...

Byzantine Catholic Church in America
...currently being revised and databased to include all Byzantine Churches (Ruthenian, Ukrainian, Melkite, Romanian, etc.). | AK | AL | AR | AZ ...

Ruthenian Church
The motherland of the Ruthenian Catholic Church is now in extreme western Ukraine southwest of the Carpathian mountains. The area was known variously in the past as Carpatho ...

CNEWA – The Ruthenian Catholic Church
Ruthenian Greek Catholics celebrate the paschal mystery, or Jesus’ resurrection, in Tichy Potok, Slovakia. (photo: Jacqueline Ruyak) The motherland of the Ruthenian Catholic Church is now in extreme ...

The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base
Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base, Rusyn genealogy, history and current events. Search this site or the ... Please be sure to visit The Carpatho-Rusyn Society THE RUSYN INTERNATIONAL MEDIA CENTER DEBUTS ON THE ...

Ruthenian Metropolitan Dies on April 24
Brief Description of the Byzantine Ruthenian Catholic Church in the United States Professor Walter Dushnyck gives the following description of Ruthenian Greek Catholics in his book, The Ukrainian ...

The Eparchy of Parma Home Page
Copyright & copy; 2005, The Eparchy of Parma. All rights reserved. Location of parishes and schedule of services History of the Eparchy Officials and departments Eparchial directory in pdf ...



Commercial resources on Ruthenian
For other uses, see Ruthenian language (disambiguation).
Ruthenian was a historic East Slavic language, spoken after 1569 in the East Slavic territories of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

Having evolved from the Old East Slavic language, Ruthenian was the ancestor of modern Belarusian. It is sometimes also called "Old Belarusian" (Belarusian starabjelaruskaja mova) or even "West Russian" (Russian zapadnorusskij jazyk). As Ruthenian was always in a kind of diglossic opposition to Church Slavonic, it was and still is often called prosta(ja) mova (Cyrillic ??????(?) ????, literally 'simple language').


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