Digital Manuscripts to Europeana (DM2E) European FP7 project created a technical infrastructure and tools for working with digitized manuscripts, based on Semantic technologies. Manuscripts from different periods of European history were contributed by different European Cultural Institutions to be represented in the designed withinthe project DM2E model and published to Europeana. Mozaika helped the project and the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences to produce and publish the DM2E version of Codex Suprasliensis, a Cyrillic manuscript copied at the end of the tenth or beginning of the eleventh century, is the largest extant Old Church Slavonic manuscript from the Preslav literary school (first Bulgarian kingdom). It is one of the earliest testimonials to the reception of Orthodox Christianity among the Slavs. The manuscript contains twenty-four vitae of Christian saints for the month of March and twenty-three homilies for triodion cycle of the church year. In content it is a lectionary menaeum (or panegyric), combined with homilies from the movable Easter cycle, most of which were written by or are attributed to John Chrysostom. The DM2E semantic representation of this muniscript is available for review here. It will soon be part of Europeana collection. More about the results of DM2E project can be seen here.