Kievan Russia

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byGeorge Vernadsky

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The account of this little-known chapter of Russian history is based on a formidable mass of Slavic, Byzantine, Germanic, and Oriental sources. Much of this material is new, and thorough utilization of all primary and secondary literature accumulated since Kluchevsky wrote his great history easily makes this volume the definitive study of the Kievan period in the English language.

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The account of this little-known chapter of Russian history is based on a formidable mass of Slavic, Byzantine, Germanic, and Oriental sources. Much of this material is new, and thorough utilization of all primary and secondary literature accumulated since Kluchevsky wrote his great history easily makes this volume the definitive study...

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The account of this little-known chapter of Russian history is based on a formidable mass of Slavic, Byzantine, Germanic, and Oriental sources. Much of this material is new, and thorough utilization of all primary and secondary literature accumulated since Kluchevsky wrote his great history easily makes this volume the definitive study...

Professor Emeritus George Vernadsky of Yale University was a Russian emigre who settled in the United States and became one of the foremost historians on the subject of his native land. His life, he said, fell into three periods. The first was his youth in Moscow, taking his degree from the University of Moscow, teaching Russian histor...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:430 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.68 inPublisher:Yale University Press

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The account of this little-known chapter of Russian history is based on a formidable mass of Slavic, Byzantine, Germanic, and Oriental sources. Much of this material is new, and thorough utilization of all primary and secondary literature accumulated since Kluchevsky wrote his great history easily makes this volume the definitive study of the Kievan period in the English language.