Soveton Iryston

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Soveton Iryston

 

(Soviet Ossetia), Ossetic-language oblast newspaper of the Iuzhnaia Osetiia AO, Georgian SSR. Founded in 1924, it was first called Khurzarin (The Dawn) and then Kommunist. It acquired its present name in 1957. Soveton Iryston is published five times a week in Tskhinvali. Circulation, 13,000 (1975). The newspaper was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor in 1973.

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Fritz 1986: 251ff.).--Bielmeier (1977: 13-14) reports that Aleksandr Bjazyrty, in an article in Soveton Iryston in 1968, reads the last three words as [[LAMBDA]AKANH TZHP[??]E, so that the tomb would contain the grave of only one man, namely Lagan, rather than four men according to the interpretation given here.