Ties of Kinship - Genealogy and Dynastic Marriage in Kyivan Rus (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
418
Utgivningsdatum
2016-06-10
Förlag
Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute,U.S.
Dimensioner
259 x 185 x 38 mm
Vikt
1081 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781932650136
Ties of Kinship - Genealogy and Dynastic Marriage in Kyivan Rus (inbunden)

Ties of Kinship - Genealogy and Dynastic Marriage in Kyivan Rus

Rusian Genealogy and Dynastic Marriage

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Christian Raffensperger tracks the dynastic marriages of the Volodimerovici, the ruling family of Rus'. Using a modern scholarly approach and broad range of primary sources, he delivers a fully realized picture of the Volodimerovici from the tenth through twelfth centuries and the first comprehensive, scholarly treatment of the subject in English.
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Christian Raffensperger gives us a book that has been needed for generations. Anyone who has ventured into the Kyivan chronicles and other Russian and western medieval sources immediately becomes disheartened by the maze of names and marriages of the Volodimerovici. Not anymore, thanks to this book. But Ties of Kinship is more than a reference work; it is an erudite and ambitious work of interpretive historical scholarship that offers a source-based glimpse of how the Kyivan polity fit into a much broader social and political medieval European world. Anyone interested in Russian history or medieval Europe will find this work indispensable.--Russell E. Martin, Westminster College

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Christian Raffensperger is Associate Professor of History at Wittenberg University.