Discussion of the new book by Cand. Sc. in History P.V. Krylov “Ne hodi tuda!” Taina gibeli gruppy Dyatlova i ugro-finskaya magiya” [“Don’t go there!” The mystery of the death of the Dyatlov group and the Finno-Ugric magic”], issued by the publishing house “Inkeri”(St. Petersburg, 2021), will take place within the framework of the popular science program of Saint Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences “Discussions in the House of NP Likhachev”. The discussion will be held online on October 7, 2021 at 4 p.m.
What the Novgorod merchants traded, with which foreigners they corresponded, from where they brought the goods to the banks of the Volkhov – the trade history of the ancient Russian city was presented by the employees of the Novgorod group of St.Petersburg Institute of History D.Sc. in History Boris Nikolaevich Kovalev, Cand. Sc. in History Yaroslav Anatolyevich Vasiliev and Cand. Sc. in History Dmitry Yuryevich Astashkin at the round table “Trade Centers of the North-West of Russia” on September 14. The Novgorod group of St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences was a co-organizer of the round table in the framework of the parallel program of the exhibition “Pskov and Vyborg: Trade Centers of the North-West of Russia”, which opened in the Novgorod United Museum-Reserve. This is a joint exhibition project of the archives of two neighboring regions – Leningrad and Pskov. It was implemented under the auspices of the Russian Historical Society and with the financial support of the Istoria Ootechestva Foundation.
300 years ago, on September 10 (August 30), 1721 a peace treaty was signed between Russia and Sweden in the city of Nystad (Sw. Nystad, Fin. Uusikaupunki). The Nystad treatise was signed by representatives of two powers: from the Russian side – General Feldzheichmeister Count Ya. V. Bruce and Adviser to the Secret Chancellery A.I. The document included 24 articles and a secret article on the conditions for concluding “an eternal, true and inviolable peace.”
In September 1721, the treaty was ratified by Tsar Peter I and King Frederick I of Sweden. One copy was certified by the signature of Peter I and the Great Seal, and the other by the signature of Frederick I and the Royal Great Seal. All formalities were completed after the exchange of signed and sealed copies.
According to Peter’s decree, the text of the ratification of the Treaty of Nystad was printed in the printing houses of St. Petersburg and Moscow, accompanied by the image of the Swedish royal seal. The circulation was supposed to be two thousand copies, but then it was increased to five or six thousand. The document was to be sent to the provincial, county and volost centers, as well as to the quarters of the regiments, to be publicly read and announced. Then the ratification was to be kept in the archives of the authorities.
The exhibition presents a copy of the ratification of the Nishtad peace treaty from the collection of N.P. Likhachev. It was printed at the St. Petersburg printing house on October 5 (according to the old style), 1721.
Archive of St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Coll. 283 “Collection of printed publications (decrees, manifestos, announcements and other volatile publications, collected by N.P. Likhachev.” Op. 1. D. 9a.
The signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Cooperation between St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the State Memorial Museum of Defense and Blockade of Leningrad took place on September 7 in connection with the opening of a new subdivision in the Museum, the Institute of the History of the Blockade of Leningrad, whose staff will interact with colleagues from St. Petersburg Institute of History. The document was signed by a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. Alexey Vladimirovich Sirenov and Director of the Museum Elena Vitalevna Lezik.
Three-volume Encyclopedia “Russia during the Civil War 1918 – 1922” (Moscow: Political Encyclopedia, 2021) was published. It is a fundamental scientific work, which presents the military, political, economic, and cultural processes that took place in the country in 1918 – 1922. The publication includes over 2900 entries about the events of the civil war, considered in the context of a wide panorama of the life of this period. The encyclopedia contains about 2000 rare photographs, photographs of paintings, sculptures, maps, diagrams, plans of military operations, graphic works. The team of authors of the project consisted of more than 50 researchers representing archives, academic institutes, museums, universities of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine. The encyclopedia aims at everyone interested in the military, political, economic, and cultural history of Russia. Doctors of historical sciences, leading researchers of the Department of the modern history of St. Petersburg Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences V.I. Musaev and E.D. Tverdyukova took part in its composure.
24.08.2021adminБез рубрикиComments Off on To the 800th anniversary of Alexander Nevsky: scientific colloquium and exhibition in Vladimir
On August 12, 2021, in Vladimir, within the framework of the all-Russian intermuseum project “Alexander Nevsky: the Great Northern Route”, the exhibition “Alexander Nevsky: the Legend of the Saint” opened at Vladimir-Suzdal Museum-Reserve, and the scientific colloquium “Alexander Nevsky and Vladimir Land” began at the Museum Center “Chambers”.
of the project: St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of
Sciences, Publishing House Political Encyclopedia (ROSSPEN) with the support of
will unite three exhibitions: in Novgorod Veliky (“Novgorod State United
Museum-Reserve”), which opened with great success in April, in Vladimir (“State
Vladimir-Suzdal Historical, Architectural and Art Museum-Reserve”) and,
finally, – St. Petersburg (State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg),
which will take place in December. Also, as a scientific and applied
“accompaniment” of large-scale exhibitions, each city will host
colloquiums dedicated to Alexander Nevsky as a commander, statesman and saint,
as well as issues of preserving historical memory and regional history.