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Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.

Oleksandr Sereda

In the study of Andrew Krasnozhon the northern Black Sea Region lands in the XV-XVIII centuries appears as a land, which was characterized by high ethnic diversity in the population. During the IV-th century the region had a number of developed, relatively large cities. Moreover, the population density only increased from the XV-th to the XVIII-th century. If at the first stage the researcher allocates only two large cities on the territory between the Southern Bug and the Danube, then the last one already has almost ten. It completely destroys the myth of the underdevelopment of the region during the Ottoman rule and the late Middle Ages, which was enshrined in Russian and Soviet historiography.

Keywords: Black Sea

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Sereda, O. (2017). Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.. The Journal of Southeastern European Studies, 0(32), 93-94. https://doi.org/null


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Sereda O. Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.. The Journal of Southeastern European Studies. 2017;0(32):93-94. https://doi.org/null


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Sereda, O. Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.. The Journal of Southeastern European Studies, [Publisher Location], v. 0, n. 32, p. 93-94, 2017.


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Sereda, Oleksandr,. 2017. “Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl..” The Journal of Southeastern European Studies 0, no. 32: 93-94. https://doi.org/null


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Sereda, Oleksandr,. Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl..” The Journal of Southeastern European Studies 0, no. 32 (Jun. 2022): 93-94. https://doi.org/null


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Sereda, O 2017, 'Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.', The Journal of Southeastern European Studies, vol. 0, no. 32, pp. 93-94, viewed 30 Jun. 2022, https://doi.org/null


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Sereda, O. (2017) ‘Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.’, The Journal of Southeastern European Studies, 0(32), pp. 93-94. https://doi.org/null (30 Jun. 2022).


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Sereda, Oleksandr,. Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl..” The Journal of Southeastern European Studies, vol. 0, no. 32, 2017, pp. 93-94. [Database Container], https://doi.org/null


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Sereda O. Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.. The Journal of Southeastern European Studies [Internet]. 30 Jun. 2022 [cited 30 Jun. 2022];0(32):93-94. Available from: https://doi.org/null doi: null


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Sereda, Oleksandr. Andrew Krasnozhon, Fortresses and cities of the North-Western Black Sea Region (15th – 18th c.), Odessa: Publishing house «Chornomorja», 2018. – 312 p.: 206 іl.”. The Journal of Southeastern European Studies 0/32 (Jun. 2022): 93-94. https://doi.org/null



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