File:Священная история Ветхого завета на мокшанском (М. Е. Евсевьев, 1900).djvu

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English: The book is a collection of Old Testament stories translated into the Moksha language by famous Mordovian (Erzyan) linguist and ethnographist Makar Yevsevievich Yevseviev (1864—1931), and published in 1900, by Kazan's Orthodox Missionary Society.
The scanned pages of the book were provided by the Russian National Library, located in the city of Saint-Petersburg.
Русский: Сборник ветхозаветных историй, переведённых на мокшанский язык выдающимся мордовским (эрзянским) лингвистом и этнографом Макаром Евсевьевичем Евсевьевым (1864—1931), и изданный в 1900 году Казанским Православным Миссионерским Обществом.
Отсканированные страницы данной книги предоставлены Российской Национальной Библиотекой, расположенной в Санкт-Петербурге.
Source Священная история Ветхого завета. На мокшанском наречии Мордовского языка. Казань, 1900.
Author Макар Евсевьевич Евсевьев (1864—1931)


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