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Polyakov A.N. PRINCE IGOR CAMPAIGN AGAINST CUMANS IN 1185 (ROUTE, CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS)The article deals with the problem of historical and history-geographical study of the campaign of Novgorod-Seversk Prince Igor Svyatoslavich against cumans. The issues (route, and campaign calendar) are based on the previous study of the most reliable data given chronicles. A special attention is given to the correlation of two chronical stories — Ipatyev and Lavrentyev chronicles, as they are ones which contain the main information about the campaign.Key words: Ipatyev Chronicle, Lavrentyev Chronicle, prince Igor, Novgorod-Seversky, Don, Donets, Kayala, Syurly, Salnitsa, Russiches, Kipchaks, the second week after Easter.

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Author: Polyakov A.N.

Year: 2014


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