The Journal of Byelorussian Studies, Vol. VI, No. 1 - Year XXI

The Journal of Byelorussian Studies

Vol. VI, No. 1 - Year XXI

Месца выхаду: London

Дата выхаду: 1988

Рэдактар: Mayo Peter

Рэдакцыйная калегія: Arnold B. McMillin, Fr Alexander Nadson, Guy de Picarda

Выдавец: The Anglo-Byelorussian Society

Памеры: 76c., 24см

Кнігазбор: KAMUNIKAT — гэты сайт (электронны варыянт); BTH — бібліятэка Беларускага Гістарычнага Таварыства, ul. Proletariacka 11, Białystok (папяровы асобнік)

Інвэнтарныя нумары: BTH — [562]

Editor's note. The first three articles in this issue were given as papers at a conference on 'Francis Skaryna and the Renaissance in Byelorussia, held jointly by the Anglo-Byelorussian Society and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London on 28-29 September 1985. The fourth article, by Professor U.V. Anicenka, was also due to be given as a paper at that conference, but unfortunately Professor Aničenka was in the end unable to attend. His paper is reproduced here as received by the Editor, in Byelorussian.

Каталёг: Kamunikat.org | BTH

Пэрыёдыка: The Journal of Byelorussian Studies

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