MN Tikhomirov proved that the "Italians" fryagi "Russian sources appear in Moscow and in the north of Russia in the first half of the XIV c., As the charter of Dmitry Donskoy. Grand Duke refers to the old order, "duty" that existed during his grandfather Ivan Kalita, therefore, to the 1340 Grand Duke fan of "Pechora" some Fryazin Andrew and his uncle Matthew. Both "Fryazinov" attracted to the far north, in the Pechora probably searching for expensive and popular goods of the Middle Ages: furs, walrus tusks and hunting birds. " The individual merchants - besides, of course, to buy from the Grand Duke for a large fee "license" - of course, did not represent any danger to Russia. But their appearance even in the Russian far north shows the strategic "aspiration" Crimean "fryagov".
Jim Rakete: Photographien 1970-1997
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