Srednie Veka

Srednie Veka

 

(The Middle Ages), a series of scholarly collections on the history of the Middle Ages. Published in Moscow since 1942 by the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Srednie veka includes research articles, reviews and annotations, bibliographical surveys, and translations of medieval sources. The series contains the sections “Medieval Studies in the Higher School” and “News and Notes.” As of 1978, 41 fascicles of Srednie veka had appeared. Circulation, 2,100 (1977).

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Anisimov admitted, concluding that he and others had been mistaken in looking for one ("O tak nazyvaemykh predposylkakh petrovskikh reform," in Obshchestvo, gosudarstvo, verkhovnaia vlast ' v Rossii v Srednie veka i ranee Novoe vremia v kontekste istorii Evropy i Azii [X-XVIII stoletiia], [Moscow: n.
lt;<Ob usloviyakh effektivnogo souchastiya v politicheskom upravlenii pri Starom Poriadke>>, Srednie veka.
Pomest'e-gosudarstvo i soslovnaya monarkhiya srednikh vekov: ocherk razvitiya sotsial'nogo stroya y politicheskikh uchrezhdeniy v Zapadnoi Evrope v srednie veka.
Istoriia stran zarubezhnoi Azii v srednie veka, Moscow: Nauka, 1970.
Sergei Timofeevich Kozhanov, "Nachal'nyi period mezhdu imperiiami Sun i Tszin' (1125-1127)," Dal'nii Vostok i sosednie territorii v srednie veka.
1901) Ocerki i issledovanija po social'noj i ekonomiceskoj istorii Cehii v srednie veka.
Kyzlasov, Istorila Thvy v srednie veka (Moscow: Izdatel'stvo Moskovskogo Universiteta, 1969), 95.
1864), 441-47 (but note that many of Schott's ideas have since been proven to be incorrect); Louis Ligeti, "Mots de civilisation de Haute Asie en transcription chinoise," Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 1 (1950- 51): 150-68; Kyzlasov, Istorija Tuvy v srednie veka, 88-90; and Golden, An Introduction to the History of the Turkic Peoples, 176-78.
Upon his exile, Berdyaev, lived for two years in Berlin writing what some feel to be his most important work, Novyie srednie veka (A New Middle Ages).
31) Giler Markovich Livshits (1909-83) was a Soviet historian of religion and atheism, author of Ateizm v drevnosti i srednie veka (Minsk: Belotusskii gosudarstvennyi universitet imeni V.
is the author of a major study of Carolingian kingship and of a number of more detailed numismatic and cultural studies, including "Retseptsiia antichnogo naslediia v karolingskuiu epokhu: Imperskii kod vlasti i problema 'Karolingskogo vozrozhdeniia,'" Srednie veka 66 (2005): 3-22, and 67 (2006): 116-39; and "Communication of Authority in Carolingian Titles," Viatar 36 (2005): 41-82.
Vinogradov, "Issledovaniia po sotsial'noi istorii Anglii v srednie veka," published in ZhMNP in 1886-87 and then as a separate work (St.