Anonymous Ravaničanin also known in Serbian as Непознати Раваничанин (Nepoznati Ravaničanin), who wrote "The Life of Saint Lazar" (1393–1398?), one of the earliest biographies of Lazar Hrebeljanović, and the oldest complete Serbian writings about the time of the Battle of Kosovo.
Life and work
As a prince's contemporary and inhabitant of the Ravanica Monastery, the writer gives an abundance of historical data (prince's life and reign, his sermon before the battles, Murat's deaths during the battles, siege and capture of the prince and other Serbian rulers, their execution in the Metropolitan Church in Pristina, the transfer of Lazar's relics to Ravanica three years later, a description of Ravanica, etc.), "which did not stifle any literary and artistic value of the writings" (Đorđe Trifunović).
Translation into modern Serbian language
- "The Life of the Holy Prince Lazarus", trans. Đorđe Trifunović, in: "Writings on Kosovo", Belgrade, Prosveta and SKZ, 1993, Stara srpska književnost u 24 knjige, kn. 13.
- Dimitrije Bogdanović: "History of Old Serbian Literature", Belgrade, SKZ, 1980.
- Djordje Trifunovic: "Ravanicanin I", in: "Writings on Kosovo", Belgrade, Prosveta and SKZ, 1993, Old Serbian literature in 24 books, book. 13.
- Dejan Mihailović: "Byzantine Circle (Small Dictionary of Early Christian Literature in Greek, Byzantine and Old Serbian Literature)", Belgrade, "Institute for Textbooks", 2009, p. 141.
- Antonijević, Damnjan (February 20, 1976). "Uspravna zemlja Vaska Pope: ogledi". Bratstvo-jedinstvo – via Google Books.
- Popović, Miodrag (February 20, 1998). Vidovdan i časni krst: ogled iz književne arheologije. Čigoja štampa. ISBN 9788681493816 – via Google Books.
- "ПРЕМА НЕБЕСКИМ ЛЕПОТАМА – СТАРА СРПСКА ПОЕЗИЈА – Светосавље". svetosavlje.org.
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