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Antony

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(secular name Dobrynja Jadrejkovič), archbishop of Novgorod (1210–22, 1223, 1225–28); died 8 Oct. 1232.

He authored a description of Constantinople, Kniga palomnik (The Pilgrim Book, ca.1200), and possibly also the ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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