Issue 12-1 (110)
Historical Comparative Studies | History of the Crimea in Antiquity, in the Middle Ages and in Modern Times
Volume: 12
Publication date: 27.12.2021
820 RUB / 10.0 SU


Crimea in all epochs of its history was a region of intersection of the history of various ethnic groups. Their mutual influence gave rare examples of the development of the world culture. Archaeological monuments, analysis of written sources and the history of the study of Crimea demonstrate the exceptional diversity of the history of the region and its uniqueness. In New and Contemporary Times Crimea becomes a place of attraction for the intellectual elite of the Russian Empire. Scientists, writers, artists not only went to work in the Crimea, but lived there, connecting the peninsula with the main intellectual centers of the country. The articles presented in this part of the issue clearly demonstrate the inexhaustible wealth of the history of Crimea for all its periods and significant prospects for its study.

Issue publications 12-1 (110)
Historical Comparative Studies
Crimea and Adjacent Regions in Ancient Times
Medieval Crimea
Crimea in the Modern and Contemporary Times. Personalia