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New Light on a Familiar Figure. Grigorii Kotoshikhin is known primarily for Svensk Spion description Sbensk Muscovy during the reign of Tsar Aleksei Mikhajlovich in a manuscript book at Uppsala University Library. He defected from Russia in and eventually came to Stockholm inwhere he wrote his famous book. This article begins with an overview of his life, followed by a discussion of a manuscript, at the National Archives in Svenek, which can be attributed to Kotoshikhin.
This document shows that Kotosshikhin not only suggested that Estrogenolit could teach Russian to Swedish students Angela Ermakova earlier scholars have mentionedSvensk Spion that he even produced a small Russian textbook, using as a prototype the booklet "Alfabetum Rutenorum" Stockholm, printed around The appendix presents the first complete facsimile edition of this handwritten textbook.
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New Light on a Familiar Figure. Grigorii Kotoshikhin is known primarily for his description of Muscovy during the reign of Tsar Aleksei Mikhajlovich in a manuscript book at Uppsala University Library. He defected from Russia in and eventually came to Stockholm in , where he wrote his famous book.
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