2 edition of Notes upon Russia found in the catalog.
Notes upon Russia
Herberstein, Sigismund von Freiherr.
Reprint of the edition published, London : Hakluyt Society, 1851.
|Statement||translated and edited with notes and an introduction by R.H. Major.|
|Contributions||Major, Richard Henry.|
|The Physical Object|
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Notes on Muscovite Affairs (Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii) () was a Latin book by Baron Sigismund von Herberstein on the geography, history and customs of Muscovy (the 16th century Russian state).
The book was the main early source of knowledge about Russia in Western Europe. Notes upon Russia: being a translation of the earliest account of that country, entitled Rerum moscoviticarum commentarii.
Translated and edited, with notes and introuction, by R. Major. Book Description. Translated and edited, with notes and an introduction. The first edition of the Commentarii appeared Notes upon Russia book Vienna inbut Notes upon Russia book is not clear which edition was used for this translation.
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Notes upon Russia: being a translation of the earliest account of that country, entitled Rerum moscoviticarum commentarii. Translated and edited, with notes and introd.
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Details *. This work was published before January 1,and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago. The Russians write and spell Basilius with the consonant w; yet as we have grown into the habit of writing and spelling it with a b, I have not thought it necessary to write it with the w; c placed before an aspirate, should not be pronounced ci or schi, as some nations are accustomed to write it, but khi, after the manner of the Germans, as in the words Chiovia.
“Notes upon Russia” Vol. II. Laponia The region of Laponia was so named of the people that inhabite it. For the Germanes call all suche Lapones as are simple or vnapte to thinges. This people is of small stature, and of suche agilitie of bodie, that hauyng theyr quyuers of arrowes gerte to them, and theyr.