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Lovat River, the

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Ivanovsky, Lev Konstantinovich (1845-1892), a scientist
Ivanovsky, Lev Konstantinovich (1845-1892), a doctor, archaeologist, anthropologist. He graduated the Medical and Surgical Academy in 1869 with the gold medal and he was suggested to work as an assistant lecturer at the descriptive anatomy... more

PYATINAS, adm. and territorial regions of the core Novgorod Land as part of a united Russian State in the late 15th – 17th century. They are known from written sources (scribe rolls and deeds) from the late 15th century. There were five P.... more

The Culture of long burial mounds (barrows)
The Culture of long burial mounds (long barrows). The new culture was extended on the vast territory included Pskov Lake, the Velikaya, Lovat, Msta, Mologa and Chagodoshch (partly) rivers in the middle of AD 1000. This culture is distinguished... more

Trade route from the Varangians to the Greeks
The trade route from "the Varangians to the Greeks". During the 9th-11th centuries it connected Rus and the Northern Europe with Byzantine Empire on the route: the Baltic Sea - the Neva River - Ladoga Lake - the Volkhov River - Ilmen Lake - the... more