Dear H-Early-Slavic Readers,
H-EarlySlavic is a forum for the discussion of Slavic history, literature, and culture before 1725. It is focused primarily on East Slavic (Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian) regions, though West and South Slavic areas will also be considered.
Dear subscribers of H-EarlySlavic, there is a number of articles on the late 17th and early 18th century in Russia in the resent ToC of Cahiers du monde russe, for the details see the message of Valérie Mélikian below:
Dear members of H-EarlySlavic,
Below please find an announcement of a new Penn-EUSP Dual M.A. Program in Russian and East European Studies, which welcomes applications from students in various disciplines, including Medieval Studies. A number of fellowships are available on a competitive basis and the program begins in September 2021:
Thank you for your reply. I also want to add that if you happen to know any online-publication of the said translations or if you plan to make your current translation of the Novgorod 1st Chronicle available online, please do feel free to share it here on H-EarlySlavic. On our Resources Tab under "Electronic Libraries" I have already listed your translation of Pskov 3rd Chronicle, the Novgorod Chronicles would be a nice addition to the list too.
Gleb Kazakov, editor H-EarlySlavic
Perhaps I can be of help.
There are quite a few "Novgorod" chronicles, but few extend into the XVI century. An exception is the Novgorod 3rd Chronicle, which has entries into the XVIII Century. The text of the 1570-1571 Novgorod massacre appears in the 1879 edition of that chronicle.
A portion of the Novgorod 1st Chronicle was translated about a hundred years ago by Nevill Forbes and Robert Michell. It has been reprinted as "The Chronicle of Novgorod, 1016-1471" and should be available on Amazon and other sellers. You can find it online as well.
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happy new year to all of you.
I wondered whether there exists an English translation of the Novgorod Chronicles. I have access via internet to the 1879 edition of the Chronicles in Russian but did not yet find a newer edition, less a translation.
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