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Novgorod in the early Middle Ages

the rise and growth of an urban community
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Archaeopress , Oxford
Novgorod (Russia) -- History., Russia -- History -- To
StatementNikolai J. Dejevsky.
SeriesBAR international series -- 1642
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK651.N506 D45 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 340 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19304314M
ISBN 101407300652
ISBN 139781407300658

This book represents the first attempt for a century to write a general history of medieval Novgorod during the period of its independence.

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There are major essays on each of the seven: grammar, rhetoric, dialectic (logic), (the first three are the trivium), arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy (last four are the quadrivium). Novgorod was one of Russia's major centers of literacy and book production.

As far back as in the s of the 11th century, by the will of the great Prince Yaroslav The Wise, Novgorod saw the first school to train three hundred children at a time. Medieval Novgorod was one of the greatest art centers of Europe.

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The large scale burnings and. The establishment of the great nation of Russia finds its roots in Novgorod. In ADNovgorod was more critical than Moscow. It was a city not built of stone but earth and wood.

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- A republic was set up in the state of s from the very beginning had ruled Novgorod, but soon people got tired of nobles and proclaimed a republic. They had special type of elections: there was a big square where people of Novgorod gathered and shouted for their candidates.

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