Studies in Muscovy Western influence and Byzantine inheritance; with a preface by Elizabeth Hill. by Nikolay Andreyev

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Published by Variorum Reprints in London .

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  • Russia -- History -- 1533-1613,
  • Russia -- History -- 1613-1689

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SeriesVariorum reprints CS4, Collected studies -- CS4
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LC ClassificationsDK100 A7
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Pagination409p.
Number of Pages409
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