The Slavic World and Its Destiny in the Earliest Epoch of Its History according to the First Redaction of the Chronicle by Marcin Kromer
Research on the first edition of the Chronicle by Marcin Kromer allows one to trace the genesis of elements of scholarly research into Polish historical thought of the mid-16th century; this includes the treatment of such issues as the homeland of the Slavs and the routes and chronology of their migration to the lands of Central and South-Eastern Europe.
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