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Iranians, Armenians, Prince Igor, and the Lightness of Pushkin

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The Animal Style that characterizes Scythian art came into Armenia and Russia, where it is attested in bas-reliefs on churches; and the epic Song of Igor's Campaign, a unique verbal reflection of it, inspired Pushkin and his descendants in their poetic visions.

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2014-12-06
2018-07-22

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