7622Re: [sig] Russka
- Jun 5, 2003Well, fiction is exactly what it is. I heard that Ruska in Finnish means
However, for a more believable account of Russian history before Rurik, I
would recommend Rev. S. Lyashevsky's "Prehistoric Rus" a
historical-archeological research, 1977 (Doistoricheskaya Rus). He looks at
many historical sources, Byzantine, European, Asian and Slavic, s.a. the
Book of Veles and little known chronicles of various monastic libraries.
> > It follows the development of earlypattern,
> > Russia from 180 AD to later centuries and is rich with chants,
> > stories and history. You will enjoy it, and I welcome any who can
> > correct errors.
> How can it follow something for which there exists no documents and no
> information? The title alone, which is not Russian in any recognizable
> turns me off.
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