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Books by Dr. Martin Dimnik

  • The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1146-1246 : 2003 Hardcover 476 pp
  • The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1054-1146 : 1994 Hardcover 485 pp
  • Mikhail, Prince of Chernigov and Grand Prince of Kiev, 1224-1246 : 1981 Paperback 199 pp

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The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1146-1246
ISBN: 0521824427
Author: Martin Dimnik
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Cambridge University Press - September 2003
Detail: 476 pp, 18 half-tones, 6 maps, 6 genealogical tables
Summary: Introduction; 1. The Third Generation Continued: 11461164; 2. The Fourth Generation: 11641201; 3. The Fifth Generation: 12011223; 4 . The Sixth Generation: 12231246; Conclusion.

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Historians in pre-revolutionary Russia, in the Soviet Union, in contemporary Russia, and in the West have consistently relegated the medieval dynasty of Chernigov to a place of minor importance in Kievan Rus'. This view was reinforced by the evidence that, after the Mongols invaded Rus' in 1237, the two branches from the House of Monomakh living in the Rostov-Suzdal' and Galicia-Volyn' regions emerged as the most powerful. However, careful examination of the chronicle accounts reporting the dynasty's history during the second half of the twelfth and the first half of the thirteenth century shows that the Ol'govichi of Chernigov successfully challenged the Monomashichi for supremacy in Rus'. Through a critical analysis of the available primary sources (such as chronicles, archaeology, coins, seals, 'graffiti' in churches, and architecture) this book attempts to correct the pervading erroneous view by allocating to the Ol'govichi their rightful place in the dynastic hierarchy of Kievan Rus'.

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The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1054-1146
ISBN: 0888441169
Author: Martin Dimnik
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies - January 1994
Detail: 485 pp, maps, plates. Casebound. $98.50
Summary: A history of the Svyatoslavichi, descended from Svyatoslav, the second eldest surviving son of Yaroslav 'the Wise' (d. 1054).

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Mikhail, Prince of Chernigov and Grand Prince of Kiev, 1224-1246
ISBN: 0888440529
Author: Martin Dimnik
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies - January 1981
Detail: 199 pp, maps, plates. $32.50
Summary: A biography of this leader of the Rus', martyred by the Tatars.

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