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Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings (1589-1605)

Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings (1589-1605)

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


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Statementedited by W.E.D.Allen. Vol 1.
The Physical Object
Pagination368p. :
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15554971M

Sixteenth Century published in I and completed the two volumes of Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings which was published by the Hakluyt Society (Univer-sity Press, Cambridge) in I The records of these embassies partially survived in the Russian archives and were published by S. A. Belokurov in i Reviewing the. The Russian Academy and the Caucasus in the eighteenth century. Russian interests in moving south and Georgia’s political weakness and fragmentation led to contacts between the two as early as the late sixteenth century — the embassies dispatched by the tsars between and have been chronicled by W.E.D. Allen ().

Russian embassies to the Georgian kings () Edited with introd., additional notes, commentaries and bibliography by W. E. D. Allen. Texts translated by Anthony Mango The wellspring of Georgian historiography: the early medieval historical chronicle The conversion of Kartli and the life of St. Nino / translated with introduction Author: Sally Moffitt. Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings (). Texts translated by Anthony Mango. Cambridge: The Hakluyt Society, Two volumes, 8vo, xxxii, ; (x), pp, 8 maps - 6 folding, and 18 plates - 5 in colour, cloth, d.w.'s, slight marking to lower wrappers, otherwise a near fine set. Hakluyt Society (second series) vol. More.

RUSSIAN EMBASSIES TO THE GEORGIAN KINGS Caucasus Cossacks Tsar Russia. $ + $ Shipping. Earn up to 5x points when you use your eBay Mastercard. Cossacks Lev Tolstoy Казаки Caucasian Tale Lancere USSR Russian Soviet Book. $ Shipping: Seller Rating: % positive. Also of great interest are a pair of obscure commentaries in W.E.D. Allen's remarkable Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings, (the Hakluyt Society, Series II, No. , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , pp. ).


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This internal disunity. His last book, Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings (), written with the help of the translator Anthony Mango, was published in two volumes by the Hakluyt Society in He spent his last years living at Whitechurch House, near Cappagh in County Waterford, in the south-east of Ireland.

The Georgian kings and Russian tsars exchanged no less than 17 embassies, which culminated inwhen Heraclius II of the eastern Georgian kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti forged an alliance with the Russian Empire.

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Alfred Jackson Hanna. His last book, Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings (), written with the help of the translator Anthony Mango, was published in two volumes by the Hakluyt Society in After his death inhis extensive library of books on Georgia and the Caucasus was estimated at £30, (worth between £, and £, in ).

Slavonic Year-Book. American Series (en inglés) 1: ISSN JSTOR doi/ Garsoian, Nina G. (junio de ). «Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings () by W.

E. D. Allen, Anthony Mango». The American Historical Review (en inglés) (Oxford University Press / American Historical Association) About this Item: Adam and Charles Black London, Twenty third edition.

8vo. (17 x cm), pp. x,adverts, sadly lacking the back folding map but all other 20 maps and plans present, hinges cracking but only just holding, front free endpaper loose as well as list of .Georgia: The Land Below the Caucasus is history of the Black Sea kingdom from its entry into Western consciousness during the last centuries BC to the Soviet occupation of Situated between Europe and Asia, Georgia has been a stepchild of history.

The nation, which adopted Christianity inhas survived Roman, Arab, Seljuk, Mongol, Timurid, Persian, Turkish and Russian invasions.