The Relations Between Ancient Russia and Scandinavia, and the Origin of the Russian State three lectures delivered at the Taylor Institution, Oxford, in May, 1676 by Vilhelm Ludvig Peter Thomsen

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The Relations between Ancient Russia and Scandinavia, first published in 1877, by the Danish philologist, Vilhelm Thomsen (1842-1927), contains Thomsen"s three lectures on the origins of the Russian state. The lectures were given at the Taylor Institution, Oxford, in May 1876. The first lecture covers the ethnic background of ancient Russia and its earliest political institutions and the second and third lectures investigate Russia"s Scandinavian origins. Thomsen demonstrated and explored the interlinked histories of Russia and Scandinavia ...

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SeriesCambridge Library Collection, Cambridge Library Collection
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Pagination162 s.
Number of Pages162
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Open LibraryOL27085135M
ISBN 101108014542
ISBN 109781108014540
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In doing so, they invariably use religion, in their attempt to re-discover the origin of the Orthodox faith in Ancient Rus, and its power to unite the people Author: Joseph Zajda.

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