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en:Sergey Vasilievich Ivanov (1864-1910). Slave Trade in Early Medieval Eastern Europe.



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2006-10-24 (original upload date)


Original uploader was Ghirlandajo at en.wikipedia



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  • 2006-10-24 09:24 Ghirlandajo 640×453×8 (85402 bytes) [[Sergey Vasilievich Ivanov]] (1864-1910). ''Slave Trade in the Slavic Camp''. {{PD-Russia}} Source:

The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed):
  • Slavery
  • Sergei Ivanov (painter)
  • Rus' Khaganate
  • Volga trade route
  • Talk:Main Page/Archive 82