Medieval Russia

Medieval Russia, 980-1584 (Cambridge Medieval Textbooks) by Janet Martin [Repost]

Medieval Russia, 980-1584 (Cambridge Medieval Textbooks) by Janet Martin
English | Jan 14, 2008 | ISBN: 0521859166, 0521676363 | 540 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

This revised edition is a concise, yet comprehensive narrative of the history of Russia from the reign of Vladimir I the Saint, through to the reign of Ivan IV the Terrible.
The Image of Aleksandr Nevskiy in Medieval Russia: Warrior And Saint (The Northern World) by Mari Isoaho

The Image of Aleksandr Nevskiy in Medieval Russia: Warrior And Saint (The Northern World) by Mari Isoaho
English | May 1, 2006 | ISBN: 900415101X | 429 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

This study examines the evolution of the image of Aleksandr Nevskiy in close connection with the dynamics of the political and cultural history of medieval Russia. It demonstrates that historians often misinterpret the Life of Aleksandr Nevskiy and treat it as a source for political and military history.
Law in Medieval Russia (Law in Eastern Europe) by Ferdinand Feldbrugge

Law in Medieval Russia (Law in Eastern Europe) by Ferdinand Feldbrugge
English | Nov 15, 2008 | ISBN: 9004169857 | 365 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Much of what we know about the colourful Russian middle ages comes from legal sources: the treaties of Russian-Scandinavian warlords with the Byzantine emperors, the gradual penetration of Christianity and Byzantine institutions, the endless game of war and…

The Art and Architecture of Medieval Russia  

Posted by bakerman at Jan. 3, 2015
The Art and Architecture of Medieval Russia

The Art and Architecture of Medieval Russia
University of Oklahoma Press | 1967 | ISBN: N/A | English | 616 pages | PDF | 97.3 MB

Armies of Medieval Russia, 750-1250 (repost)  

Posted by MoneyRich at Oct. 21, 2014
Armies of Medieval Russia, 750-1250 (repost)

Armies of Medieval Russia, 750-1250 (Men-At-Arms Series, 333) by David Nicolle
Osprey Publishing | November 15, 1999 | English | ISBN: 1855328488 | 48 pages | PDF | 9 MB

In the centuries following the first expeditions down the great rivers of northern Russia by Viking traders and adventurers, the foundations for a new state were laid. Many influences combined in this colourful culture which grew up first around the great cities of Kiev and Novgorod – Scandinavian, Finnish, Slav, steppe Turkish, Byzantine. By the time of the Mongol invasions of the 12th century the small enclaves of the old pagan Rus’, tolerated by the Khazar Khans for their commercial usefulness, had evolved into a Christian nation. Its story is told here in fascinating detail, and illustrated with striking colour reconstructions of the warriors themselves.
Treasure of the Land of Darkness: The Fur Trade and its Significance for Medieval Russia (repost)

Treasure of the Land of Darkness: The Fur Trade and its Significance for Medieval Russia By Janet Martin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2004 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 052154811X | PDF | 2 MB

Medieval Russia, 980-1584  

Posted by bookwyrm at March 11, 2012
Medieval Russia, 980-1584

Medieval Russia, 980-1584 By Janet Martin
Publisher: C[UP]; 2 edition 2008 | 540 Pages | ISBN: 0521859166 , 0521676363 | PDF | 5 MB
Treasure of the Land of Darkness: The Fur Trade and its Significance for Medieval Russia

Treasure of the Land of Darkness: The Fur Trade and its Significance for Medieval Russia By Janet Martin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2004 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 052154811X | PDF | 2 MB

Armies of Medieval Russia 750-1250  

Posted by lout at July 2, 2009
Armies of Medieval Russia 750-1250

Armies of Medieval Russia 750-1250 (Men-at-arms 333) By David Nicolle
Publisher: Os Publishing 1999 | Pages 48 | ISBN: 1855328488 | PDF | 8 MB

Treasure of the Land of Darkness [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at March 19, 2016
Treasure of the Land of Darkness [Repost]

Treasure of the Land of Darkness: The Fur Trade and Its Significance for Medieval Russia by Martin
English | 12 Jan. 2008 | ISBN: 052154811X, 0521320194 | 288 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

Treasure of the Land of Darkness traces the traffic in fur from the lands of the north, through the major trade centres of medieval Russia to the consumer markets of the world, stretching from western Europe to China.