File:Слово за страшниот суд, 1864, Прилеп.djvu

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Македонски: „Слово заради страшниот суд божји“, 1864, Прилеп, на ран современ македонски јазик.
English: "A word on the Last Judgement", 1864, Prilep (today in Macedonia), on Early Modern Macedonian.
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Source Old Church Slavonic texts
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