Remembering Arseny Nikolaevich Nasonov
August 2018 marked 120 years since Arseny Nasonov’s (1898-1965) birth. Arseny Nikolaevich Nasonov was an exceptional historian and a specialist in archaeography. His works on the history of Russian chronicle-writing, as well as studies and publications on various Russian historical sources, still remain, in many regards, a standard. By the editorial board decision, in Arseny Nasonov’s memory, this issue of Slověne features several articles connected to his research interests. This collection begins with memoirs of V. Kuchkin, who started his scientific career under Nasonov’s tutelage.
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Kuchkin V. A., Povesti o Mikhaile Tverskom. Istoriko-tekstologicheskoe issledovanie, Moscow, 1974.
Nasonov A. N., Istoriia russkogo letopisaniia XI–nachala XVIII veka. Ocherki i issledovaniia, Moscow, 1969.
Nasonov A. N., “Ob otnoshenii letopisaniia Pereiaslavlia Russkogo k Kievskomu (XII v.)”, in: Problemy istochnikovedeniia, 8, 1959, 466–494.
Nasonov A. N., “Moskovskii svod 1479 g. i ego iuzhnorusskii istochnik”, in: Problemy istochnikovedeniia, 9, 1961, 350–385.
Rabinovich M. G., “Feodalˊnyi gorod. Remeslo. Torgovlia”, in: Ocherki istorii SSSR. Period feodalizma IX–XV vv., 1: Drevniaia Rusˊ. Feodalˊnaia razdroblennostˊ (IX–XIII vv.), Moscow, 1953, 124–153.
Rybakov B. A., Remeslo drevnei Rusi, Moscow, 1948.
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