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about the DNA of the Mongol-Tatars and Slavs https://youtu.be/zTr0VXqyDRM
about the formation of Tartary https://youtu.be/CXLa3I8XVgs
about pyramids and tombs of Tartary https://youtu.be/aqMCxxAjXTA
about the book about Slavs https://youtu.be/m65tNLoHrA4
about Slavs in Britain https://youtu.be/D-FYQQY55_U
about Europe https://youtu.be/zTgwkmztMKU
about the flag and coat of arms of Tartary https://youtu.be/AKuurxzDtt4
about the facts of Tartary https://youtu.be/2erxLEFgS3U
The known history of the Russian state of the 15th-16th centuries has a huge variety of white spots due to lack of written sources, it was not only frequent urban fires but also periods of political turmoil, during which the real facts on paper distorted in favor of the new rulers. Plus to this, most often, the authors of the texts were all kinds of monks and their religious colleagues, so secular texts in Russia were created relatively little. In particular, because of this, the reliability of the information about the relationship between the Moscow state and Tartary (more correctly to say - Tatars) has suffered.
How to fill the gaps in the history of Russian-Tatar relations? Of course, there is an option to use the services of psychics, but before you go to such drastic measures, let's look at a truly unique work created in the 16th century by an Austrian Ambassador, who twice visited the Russian state and later described it in detail in his book “news of Muscovite Affairs”-“Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii”. This Austrian personally knew the Russian ruler Vasily the Third and the Turkish Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. The Austrian Ambassador was the name of Sigismund von Herberstein. Let's start this time machine and see Moscow through the eyes of a foreign diplomat, learn from the locals little-known facts about the local customs, geographical and historical details of that distant era.
BASIC DATA ABOUT THE PEOPLE OF RUSSIA OR MUSCOVY
The book, published in Latin in Vienna in 1549, is based on reports and notes compiled for the rulers of the Holy Roman Empire - Maximilian and Ferdinand during Herberstein's tenure as Ambassador to the court of Basil the Third - namely, in 1518 and 1527. Knowledge of Slavic language opened for the Austrian wide field for research. Sigismund began to collect more or less reliable information about this exotic country, because before him the bulk of Western sources about Russia was based on banal rumors from those who somehow had to do with Muscovy. Until now, in the minds of Europeans slip details of Russian culture, which were originally described in the pages of “News about the Affairs of Muscovite.” After all, what is good for the Russian, for the German - death. Therefore, many of the horrors of Herberstein in fact could be just scarecrows.
We have collected for you the most interesting facts about the origins and culture of the Russian people and even a little - about the Tatars - from the book of Sigismund Herberstein.
For example, a curious detail: the descriptions of the Austrian, the Russian people under Vasily the Third pronounced the letter “g” as the Ukrainian “GC”: “Ugra”, “Volkhov”. Also Herberstein says: the Russians themselves believed that the word “Rus” comes from the word “rassey” - that is, “scattering”. “This opinion he writes is obviously true, as so far different peoples live mingled with the inhabitants of Rousseau, which everywhere wedge, splitting her other lands. We know from Scripture that the word" dispersion " is also used by prophets when they talk about the resettlement of peoples. However, in this way the name of Russ can be derived from the Greek or even Chaldean root, or from Aramaic "Resissaia" or "Ressaia", which means "splashing".
It turns out that the word “Rossea” has common, so-called Indo-European roots.
It is curious that place in the book where the author lists the people speaking Slavic language. In this list he places “the remains of the vandals, living somewhere in the North of Germany beyond the Elbe”. And now a second: vandals are an ancient people, according to the official version of history. The last king of vandals allegedly ruled in the 6th century ad. And here - 16 century! The difference is ten centuries! And this is not the only case when antiquity and the middle Ages on the pages of contemporaries merge together.
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