This article describes two Slavonic manuscripts now at the Benedictine Abbey at Pannonhalma. One is a Gospel book of Ruthenian origin, written in the seventeenth century, and the other the Acts and Epistles, written in Serbia towards the end of the sixteenth century. Both are fairly typical examples of such books, and in a reasonably good state of preservation. The Gospel book contains a number of inscriptions providing information about its history, and in particular connecting it with the village of Ivaškovicja in the Transcarpathian oblasť of the Ukraine. It is a further step towards a complete description of Cyrillic manuscripts in Hungary.