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The Diariusz podrozny of Pylyp Orlyk, 1720-1726

Pylyp Orlyk

Introduction by Orest Subtelny

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HARDCOVER

$15.00 • £12.95 • €13.50

ISBN 9780916458256

Publication Date: 01/01/1988

Short

  • Editorial Statement
  • Editor’s Note
  • Introduction by Orest Subtelny
    • 1. The Biography of Pylyp Orlyk
    • 2. The Diariusz Podrozny
    • 3. The Contents of the Diariusz
    • 4. The Provenance of the Diariusz
    • 5. The Diariusz in Historiography
  • Select Bibliography
  • Texts
  • The Diariusz Podrozny of Pylyp Orlyk
    • 1720
      • October 10 [Old Style (OS) = 21 Oct. New Style (NS)]
      • November lO
      • December 28
      • January [1 NS]
      • February 6
      • March 7
      • April 8
      • May 8
      • June 9
      • July 9
      • August 10
      • September 10
      • October 10
      • November 11
      • December 11
    • 1722
      • January 1 [NS/21 Dec. OS]
      • February 12
      • March 12
      • [Reader’s Glossary] [Microfiche]
      • Diariusz na rok Panski 1722
      • March 21 [OS/10 NS]
      • April 14
      • May 15
      • June 16
      • July 18
      • August 20
      • September 21
      • October 22
      • November 23
      • December 24
    • 1723
      • January 1 [NS/Dec. 21 OS]
      • February 26
      • [Reader’s Glossary] [Microfiche]
      • Diariusz na rok Panski 1723
      • February 14 [NS/3 OS]
      • March 12
      • April 30
      • May 5
      • June 6
      • July 8
      • August 10
      • September 11
      • October 13
      • November l4
      • December 15
    • 1724
      • January 1 [NS/21 Dec. OS]
      • [Reader’s Glossary] [Microfiche]
      • Pro Memoria [See Volume VII]
      • Diariusz na rok Panski 1724
      • January 12 [NS/1 OS]
      • February 1 [NS/21 Jan. OS]
      • March 20
      • April 21
      • May 24
      • June 26
      • July 28
      • August 29
      • September 31
      • October 3
      • November 3
      • December 3
    • 1725
      • January 1 [NS/21 Dec. OS]
      • Notata ex Ecclesiaste [Microfiche]
      • [Reader’s Glossary] [Microfiche]
      • Diariusz na rok Panski 1726
      • January 1 [NS/21 Jan. OS]
      • February 14
      • March 28
      • April 3
      • May 4
      • June 5
      • July 6
      • August 7
      • September 8
      • October 10
      • November 10
      • December 11
    • 1727
      • January 1 [NS/21 Dec. OS]
      • [Reader’s Glossary] [Microfiche]

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