Zemlianoi

Zemlianoi

 

(Bol’shezemel’skii Ridge), morainic ridges (“musiurs”) in the Bol’shezemel’skaia Tundra (Komi ASSR and Arkhangelsk Oblast, RSFSR). The Zemlianoi Ridge forms the watershed between the Barents Sea and the Pechora River. The ridges (up to 250 m in height) alternate with wide, rolling lowlands filled with peat bogs and lakes.

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78) A Muscovite decree of 5 August 1640, outlining sanitation measures to be taken in an effort to halt the spread of an epidemic, ordered that all dead animals--from horses and cattle down to dogs and cats--be removed from Kitaigorod, Belyi gorod, Zemlianoi gorod, and all streets and settlements beyond Moscow's outskirts, taken to places away from habitation and buried, up to and after Dormition Day, thus in the "dog days" of August.
Sergei Zemlianoi, 'Chto takoe ezotericheskii marksizm?