15631631, Aug 21
a Bosnian Franciscan writer. He is considered to be the founder of the literature of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1611 Matija Divkovic traveled to the Republic of Venice, where he first had the letters of Bosnian Cyrillic molded, and then printed both works. In 1612, Divkovic came to the monastery of KreŇ°evo and started writing his greatest and most important book, Divkovic's Words on Sunday Gospel All Year Round, completed in Olovo (1614). It was also printed in bosan?ica in Venice 1616 (2nd edition in 1704), as well as Christian Doctrine with Many Spiritual Matters.
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