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Russia

  • Barry Turner
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Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Archaeological evidence points to the influence of Arabic and Turkic cultures prior to the 4th century AD. Avar, Goth, Hun and Magyar invasions punctuated the development of the East Slavs over the next five centuries, while trade with Germanic, Scandinavian and Middle Eastern regions began in the 8th century.

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Prime Minister Autonomous Region Estimate Population Census Population Presidential Election 
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