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Two Books from the Library of A.M. Kurbskii – Две книги из библиотеки князя А.М. Курбского

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This paper examines references to Prince A.M. Kurbskii’s two books, a work by St. Basil the Great and an Apostol (Acts and Epistles), in the documentation of the legal courts in Volyn for 1575. These documents shed light on Kurbskii’s creative plans, correspondence and the circle of people with whom he interacted in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. This article treats the question of how the Apostol could find its way into Kurbskii’s private library.

Affiliations: 1: Российский Государственный Гуманитарный Университет


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