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Монография поступила в номер 5 декабря 2009 г.

Leonid Vishnyatsky (St.-Petersburg, Russia). Doctor of historical sciences. History of Material Culture Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Leonid Vishnyatsky (S.-Petersburg, Rusia). Doctor m §tiinte istorice. Institutul de istorie a culturii materiale, Academia de §tiinte a Rusiei.

Вишняцкий Леонид Борисович (Санкт-Петербург, Россия). Доктор исторических наук. Институт истории материальной культуры РАН (ИИМК РАН).

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