In the "Khazar letter" can cause confusion that the commander Passover tends not to crush the end-Hlgu Oleg, and force him to make war with Byzantium. But the attack on Constantinople needed a sea trek, and the fleet, except for Russian (as already mentioned), there was not. On the other hand, the Khanate was aimed at weakening both Byzantium and Russia, plunging them into confrontation. Said above about the "second" Oleg, who ruled after the death of Oleg Prophetic and up to 941 years, seems to be decisively contradicted by the fact that in the Russian chronicles, and in the "History" Byzantine Leo the Deacon, and in the chronicle of bishop of Cremona Liutprand leader of the campaign of Russia at Constantinople in 941 named Igor.
Scars of Conquest/Masks of Resistance
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