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Shcherbakova, L.V., 2014. Geometry aspects of a frontier in an urban space (through the example of the city of Astrachan). Frontiere Mista, 3.

Authors

Shcherbakova, L.V., Cand. Sc. (Cult.), Senior Lecturer of the Department of Philosophy, History and Cultural Studies at Astrakhan State Technical University, Astrakhan, RF.

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Chornoivanenko, I.V., 2014. The "private" city of S.B. Skadovskiy. Frontiere Mista, 3.

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Chornoivanenko, I.V., postgraduate student of the Department of World History and Historiography of Kherson State University, Ukraine.

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Starostin V.S., 2014. The capital of the Eastern Zaporozhe. Frontiere Mista, 3.

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Starostin V.S., postgraduate student of National Mining University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.

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Kobozeva, Z.M., 2014. He lived like a merchant. He loved like a nobleman. He died being bourgeois. And all the classes bowed down before him…. Frontiere Mista, 3.

Authors

Kobozeva, Z.M., postgraduate student of the Department of Russian History at Samara State University, RF.

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Pylypchuk, Ya.V., 2014. The "towns" of Kipchak Khanate steppe: the problem of typology. Frontiere Mista, 3.

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Pylypchuk, Ya.V., Cand. Sc. (Hist.), Research Fellow of the Department of Euroasian steppe at the Institute of Orientalism named after A.Yu. Krymskyi under National Academy of Science of Ukraine.

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Chumachenko, V.K., Cand. Sc. (Hist.), Professor, Head of the Department of the Russian Language and Literature at Kuban State University of Culture and Arts,  Head of the Kuban Department of T. Shevchenko Scientific Association, Krasnodar, RF.

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Book review: Serdiuk, I., 2011. Polkovykh gorodov obyvateli: istoryko-demohrafichna kharacterystyka miskoho naselennia Hetmanshchyny druhoi polovyny ХVІІІ stolittia [Inhabitants of the regiment towns: historical and demographic description of the urban citizenry of Hetmanate in the second part of 18th century]. Monograph. Poltava: ASMI. ISBN: 978-966-182-159-9

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