Три архива XVII века: Новгородский, Смоленский, Тихвинский
Three Archives of the Seventeenth Century (from Novgorod, Smolensk, and Tikhvin)
- Author(s): Elisabeth Löfsrand
- Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies //
Published by: Institute for Literature BAS
- Print ISSN: 1312-238X
The article discusses three Russian archives which are shared between the Swedish National Archives in Stockholm and the Archives of the Institute of Russian History (Russian Academy of Sciences) in St Petersburg. Specifically, it outlines the history of the archives, which traces back to the 17th century and the reasons for why these documents have been divided between Sweden and Russia. The first two archives provide insights into the day-to-day administration of the municipalities in Smolensk and Novgorod during the Time of Troubles (early 17th century). The third body of Stockholm documents, the Tichvin Archives, outlines the management of the Tikhvin Assumption Monastery. This archive forms merely a fraction of the vast materials located in St Petersburg.