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Access to monuments – the way to intensification and objectives of research from history of language

Journal Ukrainian Language №2 (66) 2018
UDC 811.161.2’367.625

Viktor Moysiyenko
Doctor of Philology, Professor, Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University
40 Berdychivska St., Zhytomyr 10008, Ukraine
E-mail: v.moysiyenko@ukr.net

Heading: Researches
Language: Ukrainian

Abstract: Article brought to a focus on the importance of the publication of ancient texts with maximum preservation of the original features. In transliterated text, there is always a subjective vision of a memorial, which qualification was not a scientist who performs this meta-tagging. Therefore, facsimile, phototypic and reprint publications are currently relevant. They provide a memorial to a wide range of scholars, which leads to a reduction of false interpretations of certain language phenomena.

Keywords: written memo, transliteration, facsimile edition.


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