Studi Slavistici XV, 2018, 1
Materiali e discussioni

Da Roma a Mosca. Sofia Paleologa e i greci in Russia fra la fine del medioevo e l’inizio dell’epoca moderna. A proposito della recente biografia di T. Matasova (Mosca 2016).

Marcello Garzaniti
Università degli Studi di Firenze
Published July 4, 2018
Keywords
  • Sophia Palaiologina,
  • Ivan III,
  • Russian history
How to Cite
Garzaniti, M. (2018). Da Roma a Mosca. Sofia Paleologa e i greci in Russia fra la fine del medioevo e l’inizio dell’epoca moderna. A proposito della recente biografia di T. Matasova (Mosca 2016). Studi Slavistici, 15(1), 219-226. https://doi.org/10.13128/Studi_Slavis-22498

Abstract

In the popular series, Žizn’ zamečatel’nych ljudej (Lives of Famous People) was published the biography of Sophia Palaiologina, a figure who has left a deep mark on Russian history and culture. The volume, edited by T. Matasova (2016), tells the story of the descendant of the Byzantine imperial family, married in 1472 to the great prince of Moscow Ivan III. The fascinating reconstruction of the cultural, social and political context opens up new perspectives for research.


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