The Continuation of the Aleksandro-Nevskii Chronicle was part of the Illustrated Chronicle Compilation (Litsevoi letopisnyi svod).
However, there is a different, unnoticed anomaly in the Aleksandro-Nevskii Chronicle.
(19) Ironically, therefore, the diplomatic books, which contain the Foreign Affairs Bureau's denials that the oprichnina existed, confirm the existence of Ivan's oprichnina "court" in Moscow, whereas the Aleksandro-Nevskii Chronicle, which narrated the creation of the oprichnina, and an additional chronicle failed to identify that "court" as belonging to the oprichnina.
No other Muscovite source so directly linked Ivan to atrocities, but the tale failed to connect those depredations to the unmentioned oprichnina, an anomaly comparable to those in the Aleksandro-Nevskii Chronicle usage and non-usage of the word and the hypocrisies of the diplomatic books.
James Cracraft and Daniel Rowland (Ithaca, NY: CornelI University Press, 2003), 101-16; Karp Andreevich Tizik, Revel'skii Aleksandro-Nevskii
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