On the importance of German and Byzantine influence on Russian historical life in the first two centuries of its development

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Popov, Neil Alexandrovich (1833-1891).    
On the importance of German and Byzantine influence on Russian historical life in the first two centuries of its development: a speech read at the solemn meeting of the Imperial University of Moscow on January 12, 1871, by the extra-ordinary professor Neil Popov. - Moscow: At the University Printing House Katkov and Co., 1871. -32 p. ; 22 centimeters .
1. The people (the collection). 2. Power (collection). 3. Russia-Germany: from the history of relationships (collection). 4. State - Origin - Russia. 5. "Norman theory." 6. Byzantium - Influence - Ancient Rus.
BBC 63.3 (2) 411-02
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Location on the original: ГПИБ
Publisher В Университетской типографии Катков и К
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