Posted 2012-03-23 02:23 (#89369) Subject: Palemono legenda be priemaišų
"In the chronicle, Palemon (Could be Polemon II of Pontus, which was relative to Nero), a relative of Roman Emperor Nero, escaped Rome with 500 noble families. They traveled north, through the Baltic Sea, and reached Nemunas Delta. Then they decided to sail upstream until they reached the mouth of Dubysa. There Palemonids settled on a large hill and ruled the country for generations until the Gediminids emerged. The chronicle skipped Mindaugas and Traidenis, attested Grand Dukes of Lithuania, entirely. It incorporated the first redaction for the account of the Gediminids line. To make the story more believable, the chronicle presented a very detailed account of the travel. Because there were not enough generations to cover the gap between the 1st century when Palemon arrived and the 14th century when Gediminas died, the third redaction of the chronicle, also known as the Bychowiec Chronicle, moved up Palemon from the 1st century Rome to the 5th century, when Rome was devastated by Attila the Hun, and incorporated Mindaugas and later known dukes."
Daug visur prirašyta apie Palemono legendą, bet niekur nerandu jos vertimo į Lietuvių kalbą iš originalų - Lietuvos kronikos ir Bychovco kronikos, be jokių pagražinimų ir pridėjimų "nuo savęs". Gal patartumėt, kur galima būtų rasti tokį "švarų" vertimą? Gal internete kur nors yra?