The Glory Of Kievan Rus'

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Posted by sfandra on December 15, 2009 at 9:57 AM

I'm trying to get my Library together & posted here as well, so everyone can see all my books, but I'm having trouble with it.  Unfortunately, LibraryThing doesn't seem to export into a standard bibliography format (sux), and I can't get this site to display the big ol' spreadsheet I can get from LibraryThing.  Sort of frustrating.   I may just set it as a downloadable xls.  Not sure yet.

 

Next projects coming up are a new hat and an Opashen. 

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Reply Sharon
5:18 PM on May 7, 2010 
Hi there *** I"m looking for information on any Medieval Hungarian Information On the type of clothing they wore during that time or did all the Eastern European country's wore the same Items with the same designs ???

P.S. Love Your Garb ***

Sincerely, Sca; Catherine Rose FitzEdmunds *** Mundane Sharon **
Reply Sfandra
8:57 PM on May 7, 2010 
Hi Sharon!
I really focus on Kievan Russian garb, so I don't really have Hungarian information at my fingertips. However, Hungary was primarily a Catholic nation, unlike Russia which went Greek Orthodox, therefore Hungary's primary influences would have been Western Eurpoe, including Germany and the Franks (think Charlemagne).

I encourage you to join the Slavic Interest Group on YahooGroups, and post questions there. There are a number of folks with interests in Hungary and Lithuania, who could help you.

And thanks for the compliment about my garb!
Cheers,
Sfandra



Sincerely, Sca; Catherine Rose FitzEdmunds *** Mundane Sharon **
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