The Hypatian Codex was discovered at the Hypatian Monastery of Kostroma by the Russian historian Nikolay Karamzin. The Hypatian manuscript dates back to the 15th century, but it incorporates much precious information from the lost 12th-century Kievan and 13th-century Halychian chronicles. The language of this work is Old Church Slavonic with many East Slavisms.
Oldest chronicle, "Povest Vremennyk Let," published by Harvard; "The 'Povest Vremennykh Let'; an Interlinear Collation and Paradosis," edited by Donald Ostrowski.
May 30, 2004; Ukrainian Weekly, The 05-30-2004 NEW YORK - The latest addition to the Ukrainian Research Institute'smultivolume series The...