2 edition of Ukraine-Ruś and Western Europe in 10th-13th centuries. found in the catalog.
Ukraine-Ruś and Western Europe in 10th-13th centuries.
Nataliiпё aпёЎ PolonsК№ka-Vasylenko
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Natalia Polonska-Wasylenko, Ukraine-Rus' and Western Europe in 10thth centuries. (London, ) X/12 In the first part of the 17th-century book printing flourished in Ruthenia (now Ukraine), then part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
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