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Monety Nizhegorodskogo Kniashestva {Translation of the Russian title is Coins of Nizhegorodsky Princedom]

Fedorov-Davydov, G. A. (German Alekseevich)

Published by Moscow University, Moscow, 1989
Condition: Very good Hardcover
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253, [3] pages. Frontis illustration. Format is approximately 7 inches by 8.75 inches. Text is two columns per page. Illustrations (photographs and drawings). Photo of author on back cover. Cover has slight wear and soiling. German Alexeyevich Fedorov-Davydov (1931-2000) was an outstanding historian, archaeologist, numismatist and art historian, professor of Moscow State University. German Fedorov-Davydov graduated Moscow State University Historical division in 1954 majoring in archeology. In 1969 he became a professor in the Archeology Institute of the USSR Academy of Science, his post-graduate and doctoral monographs were "Altyn Orda coin hoards" (1957), and "East European Nomads from 10th to 14th centuries" (1966). German Fedorov-Davydov was tireless field archeologist. In his publications German Fedorov-Davydov illuminated actual, very serious historical problems almost state-forbidden at that time. G. Fedorov-Davydov continued traditions of pre-revolutionary orientalists - numismatists, immensely contributing to the wealth of knowledge in the field, including the birth and development of the Russian monetary system and terminology. German Fedorov-Davydov is an author of about 230 scientific and popular-scientific works, including 26 books. His monographs "East European Nomads under rule of Altyn Orda Khans" (1966), "Social order of Golden Horde" (1973), "Art of nomads and Golden Horde" (1976) became classical for the period of Early Middle Age world of the Euroasian steppes. His books were published and republished in England, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Poland, Estonia, among them are "City Culture of the Golden Horde" (Oxford, 1984), "Stadte der Golden Horde an der unteren Wolga" (Munchen, 1984), "Le tresor de Saransk Les Monnaies de la Russie Moskovit 14 et 15 ieme Siecle" (Belgique, 1985), "Le tresor de Saransk Les Monnaies de la Principaute de Nijegorod. 14-15 Siecles" (Belgique, 1992). A famous work "Coins tell" ("World", 1986, republished again in 1990) was even published in Marathi and Telugu Indian languages. Presumed First Edition, First printing 1 of 10,000. Bookseller Inventory # 75331

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Title: Monety Nizhegorodskogo Kniashestva {...

Publisher: Moscow University, Moscow

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very good

Edition: 1st Edition

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