Shortened text of the section. Full text in ukrainian version.
This section of the VS is printed on p. 24 – 25. Considering the PS, I promised to compare this text with the late lists (approximately 2nd quarter 17th century) – from the Derman Trinity Monastery (DermS) [Monuments issued by the Provisional Commission for the analysis of ancient acts. – K.: 1859, Vol. 4, part 1, p. 107 – 109] and from the church in Dubno (DubS) [Monuments issued by the Provisional Commission for the analysis of ancient acts. – K.: 1859, Vol. 4, part 1, p. 109 – 117], as well as with VS. Against the habit, I numbered here all the lines of the comparative table, and not only those records that are present in the VS. These numbers will be needed for cross-references.
The genus of Prince Constantine Ivanovich Ostrozhsky, the governor of Troky, the highest hetman of the king and Grand Duke Zhigimont, the head of the Bratslav, Zvenigorod and Vinnytsia
Considering this section as a whole, we can say that it uses two sources: the Pechersky synodikon and some other list of princes of Ostrog of unknown origin, brought (roughly) to the beginning of the 17th century.