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The works of Antun Vramec (1538—1588), Kronika (1578) and Postilla (1586),have been the center of scholarly for over 120 years. They have been examined from the points of view of the liistory of language, dialects, literature, culture, printing, theology, etc.
The present article first surveys the presence of Vramec's name and Vramec's literature in the works of scholars writing before Slavic philology became a distinct and separate science, e.g. in the works of Blaž Skrinjaric, De Agno Paschali (1587), the Croatian cartographer Stjepan Glavač (1673), Pavao Vitezović (1696), Josip Bedeković (1572). The second part of the article discusses the 19th
and 20th century philological studies of Vramec's works. Special attention is payed to the correspondence between famous Slavicists inasmuch as it deals with Vramec and his works: A. Raič—F. Miklosič, T. Maretić—^V. Jagić, V. Jagić—F. Rački, M. Valjavec—^V. Oblak.
As is turns out, Vramec's works have interested Slavic philology more thsm the works of any other Kajkavian author. Their place and importance are much higher than the histories of Croatian literature have so far led one to believe.