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‘Siedlungsformen der Ostslawen’ [Settlement Patterns of the East Slavs, 500 to 1700 AD] (pp. 137-170).

Robert Bideleux

Kontinuitäten und Brüche: Lebensformen – Alteingesessene – Zuwanderer von 500 bis 1500, Volume 12 of the Wieser Enzyklopädie des Europäischen Ostens, Volume: 12, Pages: 137 - 170

Swansea University Author: Robert Bideleux

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This chapter deals with the evolution of East Slav settlement patterns, East Slav town and village organization, and the development of the Russian economy, from the arrival/emergence of the East Slavs, through the rise and decline of Kiev Rus, the rise of Muscovy, the 'Mongol Yoke', and t...

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Published in: Kontinuitäten und Brüche: Lebensformen – Alteingesessene – Zuwanderer von 500 bis 1500, Volume 12 of the Wieser Enzyklopädie des Europäischen Ostens
Published: Klagenfurt, Austria Wieser Verlag 2010
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa13142
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Abstract: This chapter deals with the evolution of East Slav settlement patterns, East Slav town and village organization, and the development of the Russian economy, from the arrival/emergence of the East Slavs, through the rise and decline of Kiev Rus, the rise of Muscovy, the 'Mongol Yoke', and the emergence of the imperial Russian economy and society under the early Romanovs.Book edited by Professor Karl Kaser, Dr. Dagmar Gramshammer-Hohl, Dr. Jan M. Piskorski and Dr. Elisabeth Vogel
Keywords: East Slavs, Kiev Rus, Muscovy, Ukraine, V.O. Kliuchevsky, B.D. Grekov, George Vernadsky, village commune system, Ivan the Terrible
College: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Start Page: 137
End Page: 170