glottogeneza, Pervye stoletii͡a︡ slavi͡a︡nskoĭ pisʹmennoĭ kulʹtury. Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.
Author of Ėtnonimii͡a︡ "Povesti vremennykh let" v svi͡a︡zi s zadachami rekonstrukt͡s︡ii vostochnoslavi͡a︡nskogo glottogeneza, Pervye stoletii͡a︡ slavi͡a︡nskoĭ pisʹmennoĭ kulʹtury.
Peter Carl Faberge was a world famous master jeweler and head of the ‘House of Faberge’ in Imperial Russia in the waning days of the Russian Empire. Go to Foreigners in Russia. R. om, RT projects, Russiapedia, Russian history.
STUDENT'S BOOK This is a communicative Russian course for English speaking adults at the very beginning of their learning. The book for beginners.
Image caption Russia's president spoke of a "very difficult demographic period". President Vladimir Putin has announced a series of plans to increase the number of children being born in Russia from an average birth rate of under . per woman to . within four years
Image caption Russia's president spoke of a "very difficult demographic period". within four years. Last year he promised tax breaks for bigger families. On Wednesday he told parliament "the birth rate is falling again" before pledging state funding for new mothers.
Dan Ungurianu’s Plotting History traces the development of the Russian historical novel from its inception in the romantic era to the emergence of Modernism on the eve of the Revolution. Organized historically and thematically, the study is focused on the cultural paradigms that shaped the evolution of the genre and are reflected in masterpieces such as The Captain’s Daughter and War and Peace. Ungurianu examines the variety of approaches by which Russian writers combined fact with fiction and explores the range of subjects that inspired the Russian historical imagination.
The direct reason was the need to standardize church service books. It became necessary to employ new methods for replacing the lost books (first and foremost, liturgical books). The capacities of the existing scriptoria in Moscow at the time were insufficient to restore quickly the large quantities of books lost in the fire.