. Politics of the One: Concepts of the One and the Many in Contemporary Thought.
Eugene Klimov (1,2,3) [??], Artemii
Tretiakov (1), Olga Rudko (1), Anna Soboleva (4), Ivan Danilin (5), Irina Korsunskaya (4), Vladimir Sobolev (2,4,6)
During the defense, snipers alone killed and wounded up to 1,700 people." (22) Colonel Artemii
Shlikhter, deputy commander for political affairs of the 298th Rifle Division, reported that a "mass sniper movement" had been launched throughout the division and as a result, snipers killed 2,700 Germans in two months.
(31) La Artemii Passio, una de las fuentes que se supone hizo uso extensivo de la obra de Philostorgius, ponia en boca del Juliano el Apostata algunas expresiones en ese sentido--" [Y sabes] que nuestra familia es la mas adecuada para reinar.
Es dificil, sin embargo, determinar en que contexto de la obra de Philostorgius eran utilizadas estas palabras; el hecho de que fuesen atribuidas a Juliano el Apostata, tal como reproduce probablemente con fidelidad la Artemii Passio, sugeriria que el autor no habria declarado compartirlas.
As already stated above, Gretchaninoff's sacred concertos continue in the well-worn tradition of such eighteenth-century figures as Bortnyansky, Maksym Berezovskyi, and Artemii
The account by the fourth-century Latin historian Ammianus Marcellinus of the events which led to the death of Gallus Caesar in 354 CE has been examined in some detail recently, both in terms of its contents and its structure.(3) It has been compared to what we know from other sources - primarily the ecclesiastical history of Philostorgius, or rather the epitome of that work by Photius, and the fragments thereof which have been preserved in the Passio Artemii
of John of Rhodes - and deductions have been made accordingly.
The second part of the collection delves more deeply into personnel questions, with studies devoted to the composition of the Senate and to the individual careers of Peter Shafirov, Heinrich Fick, Boris Kurakin, Ludwig Gruno von Hessen Homburg, and Artemii
Between 1730 and 1740, Russsian thinkers produced two important defenses of religious toleration: Vasilii Nikitich Tatishchev's "Razgovor dvu[kh] priiatelei o pol'ze nauki i uchilishch" (Dialogue of Two Friends on the Utility of Science and Schools, 1730-33), and Artemii Petrovich Volynskoi's General 'nyi proekt (General Project, 1734-39).
In March 1739, during a visit to Petersburg, he read passages from this book to the circle of Artemii Volynskoi.
Vladimirovich Artsikhovskii, Drevnerusskie miniatiury kak istoricheskii istochnik [Old Russian Miniatures as a Historical Source].
He mentioned the trials of Maksim Grek, of Archpriest Avvakum and of Patriarch Nikon, of Peter's son Aleksei, of the magnates Artemii
Volynskii and Burkhard Munnich, and of the rebel Pugachev.