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Moscow Estates: Bykovo

From William Brumfield:

My current article for Russia beyond the Headlines is devoted to Bykovo, a country estate just south of Moscow with a grand manor house and a church that is one of the best examples of the Gothic Revival style in Russia:  http://rbth.com/travel/2015/02/20/the_bykovo_estate_gothic_fantasy_at_the_edge_of_moscow_4...
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New volumes: V. N. Toporov on Mythology

New volumes: V. N. Toporov on Mythology

Posted by Daniel C. Waugh <dwaugh@u.washington.edu>

V[ladimir] N[ikolaevich] Toporov. Mifologiia. Stat’i dlia mifologicheskikh entsiklopedii. Predislovie Viach.Vs. Ivanova. 2 vols. Moskva: Iazyki slavianskoi kul’tury: Znak, 2014. 600 pp. + 14 plates; 536 pp. + 16 plates. ISBN 978-5-9551-0742-4; 978-5-990-5856-4-5.

Recent books on the Russian North

Recent books on the Russian North

Posted by Daniel C. Waugh <dwaugh@u.washington.edu>

N[ikolai] A[natol’evich] Okladnikov. Starinnyi pomorskii gorod Mezen’. Istoricheskie ocherki. Arkhangel’sk: OOO “IPP ‘Pravda Severa’”, 2014. 184 pp. + foldout map. ISBN 978-5-85879-925-2. 300 copies.

N[ikolai] A[natol’evich] Okladnikov. Iz proshlogo Mezenskogo kraia. Istoricheskie ocherki. Arkhangel’sk: Izd-vo. “KIRA”, 2014. 120 pp. ISBN 978-5-98450-323-5. 120 copies.

New volumes of Muscovite cadastres

New volumes of Muscovite cadastres

Posted by Daniel C. Waugh <dwaugh@u.washington.edu>

Ivan Groznyi — zavoevatel’ Polotska (novye dokumenty po istorii Livonskoi voiny). Sost., podgot. k publ., vstup. st. V. Iu. Ermak; opisanie rukopisi K. Iu. Erusalimskii. [Tri stoletiia Vostochnoi Evropy (XV-XVII vv.). Seriia izdanii istochnikov, I. 1} Sankt-Peterburg: “Dmitrii Bulanin”, 2014. 484 pp.  ISBN 978-5-86007-768-3.

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