|Title||Ukazanie puti na tsarstvie nebesnoe, puchenie na Aleutsko-Lis'evskom yazyke. [ Guideroad into the heavenly kingdom, taught in the Aleutian language.]|
|Description:||Aleut written in 1833. Also in collection, 9th Russian edition, Moscow, 1864; English edition, Indiana, Pennsylvania, n.d. [ca.1920]. Cf. retranscription with interlinear English dictated to Ransom by Kochergin, 1936; and Philemonof's 1975 retranscription of introduction and pp. 1-18.|
|Comments||Original 1833 and 1899 editions in folder.
Folder 1: 1833 and 1899 editions.
Also in collection: (2) Partial photocopy of 1833 editions. 7 pp. (3) Bibliography from Mocarski on 1833 and 1840 editions. 5 pp. (4) Bibliographic entry for 1840 edition, source unknown. 1 p. (5) Full photocopy of 1840 edition. (6) Notes regarding the 1840 edition. 1 p.
Folder 2: [Sources used by Veniaminov for Ukazanie puti…] (7) Manuducto ad coelum medullam continens sanctorum patrum et veterum philosophorum… by (Cistercian) Cardinal Giovanni Bona (1609-1674) - a leading scholar and intimate of the pope, considered for canonization. First published 1658, and republished in Latin original at least 19 times 1663-1764 (see attached sources), in probably eight different English translations 1672-1995 (18 "izdaniya"), 3 French translations 1665-1835 (6 izdaniya), one Catalan 1688 (from the French), 2 German 1797, 1876, and at least one Russian, Khristianskaya filosofiya, ili Rukovodstvo k Nebesam…, with editions printing at least 1774 and 1782, though likely enough it may have been a later printing than 1782 which Veniaminov used. (8) Mystere de la Croix. Attributed to Douzetemps, prisoner at Sonnenstein, first published at Hamburg 1732. 3 copies in French, 1786. Printed in "Russia," Lausanne 1791, London 1860. 2 copies in Russian, 1784 (Moscow) and 1814 (St. Petersburg). (9) Also, misc. bibliographic entries.
See also AL974P1997 for Iliodor Philemonof's retranscription.
Veniaminov, Ivan (author)
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