DAVID M. GOLDFRANK (Washington, DC, USA) SOME OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE GALICIAN-VOLYNIAN CHRONICLE AND ITS LITHUANIAN ENTRIES FOR THE 1260s The historian resurrects the dead. 1 The reports of the events of 1262-66/67 concerning Lithuania in the Gali- cian-Volynian Chronicle (GVL) comprise an excellent vantage point for prob- ing the historical significance of the earliest southwestern Rus' svody. Recent investigations have addressed the problem of the texts underlying GVL,2 in- cluding a hypothetical Lithuanian-Rus' letopisets.3 These studies have served as my point of departure for comparisons of the GVL reports with four other chronicle traditions from the latter thirteenth to the latter seventeenth cen- turies : 1) the Polish annals or khroniki for which we shall use here the Polish word roczni-ki; 2) the northern and northeastern Rus' local chronicles from Novgorod, Pskov, and Tver'; 3) the obshcherusskie letopisi culminating in the Nikonovskii svod; and 4) the seventeenth-century revival of chronicles in Ukraine represented by the Gustynskaia letopis'. 1 ) GVL and the Roczniki ' Research into the genesis and development of the family of medieval Pol- ish roczniki has established probable influence from the Rus' letopisi. F. Sielicki and G. Labuda argued that Polish annalists utilized a non-extant
Russian History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1998
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