Novgorod Resources 

Novgorod Resources, a work in progress.

Articles on this site.

Websites:

Gramoty.ru Brichbark letters by number, many transcribed.

Vydrina, Predslava. Name Frequency in the Novgorod Birch-Bark Letters:Introduction. Web. <https://www.s-gabriel.org/names/predslava/bbl/&gt;

Print:

Arcichovskij, Artemij V., and Viktor I. Borkovskij. Novgorodskie Gramoty Na Bereste. Moskva, Izdat. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 1986.

Baecklund, Astrid. Personal Names in Medieval Velikij Novgorod. Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell, 1959.

Baecklund, Astrid, The Names of Women in Medieval Novgorod, in For Roman Jakobson, Essays on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday, Mouton & Co, The Hauge, 1956.

Baecklund, Astrid. Personal Names in Medieval Velikij Novgorod. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1959.

Birnbaum, Henrik. Lord Novgorod the Great: Essays in the History and Culture of a Medieval City-State. Columbus, OH, Slavica Publishers, 1981.

Brisbane, Mark A. The Archaeology of Novgorod, Russia: Recent Results from the Town and Its Hinterland. Lincoln, Society for Medieval Archaeology, 1992.

Brisbane, Mark, and David R. M. Gaimster. Novgorod: the Archaeology of a Russian Medieval City and Its Hinterland. London, The British Museum, 2001.

Brisbane, Mark, et al. The Archaeology of Medieval Novgorod in Context: Studies in Centre/Periphery Relations. Oxford, Oxbow, 2012.

Brisbane, Mark, et al. Wood Use in Medieval Novgorod. Oxford, Oxbow, 2007.

Chaikina, Y. I.’Imenovaniy Zhenshin v Novgorodskikh Berestiany Gramotkh XI-XIV vv’, Voprsy Onomastiki 3. 2006.

Franklin, Simon. Writing, Society and Culture in Early Rus, c. 950-1300. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Gormin, Vladimir, and Liudmila Yarosh. Novgorod: Art Treasures and Architectural Monuments 11th-18th Centuries Architecture, Frescoes, Archaeological Artefacts, Minor Arts, Icons, Illuminated MSS. Leningrad, Aurora, 1984.

Kolchin, Boris Aleksandrovich., and A. V. Artsikovsky. Novye Metody v Arkheologii: Trudy NovgorodskoÄ­ ArkheologicheskoÄ­ ėKspeditï¸ S︡Ii. Moskva, Izd-Vo Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1963.

Kolchin, Boris. Wooden Artefacts from Medieval Novgorod . Oxford, B. A. R. , 1989.

Lazarev, Viktor Nikitich. Old Russian Murals & Mosaics: from the 11th to the 16th Century. London, Phaidon, 1966.

Makarov, N. A. “Cultural Identity of the Russian North Settlers in the 10th – 13th Centuries: Archaeological Evidence and Written Sources.” Slavica Helsingensia, vol. 27, 2006, pp. 259–281.

Martin, Janet. Treasure of the Land of Darkness: the Fur Trade and Its Significance for Medieval Russia. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1986.

Michell, Robert, and Nevill Forbes. The Chronicle of Novgorod: 1046-1471. London, Camden Society, 1914.

Noonan, Th S., and R.k. Kovalev. “What Can Archaeology Tell Us About How Debts Were Documented and Collected in Kievan R US’?” Russian History 27.1 (2000): 119-54.

Orton, Clive. The Pottery from Medieval Novgorod and Its Region. London, UCL Press, 2006.

Pavlova, Elena. “The Coinless Period in the History of Northeastern Rus’ : Historiography Study.” Russian History, vol. 21, no. 1, 1994, pp. 375–392.

Petrova, E. N., et al. Sacred Arts and City Life: the Glory of Medieval Novgorod. Baltimore, Palace Editions, 2005.

Popova, Olga. Russian Illuminated Manuscripts. London, Thames and Hudson, 1984.

Popova, Ol’ga S. Les Miniatures Russes Du XIe Au XVe Siècle = Russian Miniatures of the 11th to the 15th Centuries. 1975.

Sedova, M. V. I︠U︡velirnye Izdelii︠a︡ Drevnego Novgoroda: X-XV Vv. Moskva: Izd-vo “Nauka”, 1981. Print.

Smirnova, Ė S. Lit︠s︡evye Rukopisi Velikogo Novgoroda, XV Vek. Moskva: “Nauka”, 2011

Sterligova, I. A., and L. I. Lifshit︠s︡. Dekorativno-prikladnoe Iskusstvo Velikogo Novgoroda: Khudozhestvennyĭ Metall XI-XV Veka. Moskva: “Nauka”, 1996

Thompson, M. W. Novgorod the Great; Excavations at the Medieval City Directed by A.V. Artsikhovsky and B.A. Kolchin. New York, Praeger, 1967.

Veale, Elspeth M. The English Fur Trade in the Middle Ages. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1966.

Zaliznjak, Andrej Anatolʹevič., et al. Novgorodskie Gramoty Na Bereste (Iz Raskopok 1997-2000 Gg.). Moskva, “Russkie Slovari”, 2004.

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