Ilmen


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Ilmen

(ˈɪlmən)
n
(Placename) Lake Ilmen a lake in NW Russia, in the Novgorod Region: drains through the Volkhov River into Lake Ladoga. Area: between 780 sq km (300 sq miles) and 2200 sq km (850 sq miles), according to the season
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Noun1.Ilmen - a lake in northwestern Russia; drains through the Volkhov River into Lake Ladoga
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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The Novgorodians' perfidious attack across Lake Ilmen plays out over several maritime scenes (15:217-19, 221-22); the tumultuous disarray of routed Novgorodian troops fleeing "like drunken men" is manifest in the trampling of bodies, horses running wild, banners askew, and men lost in the forest (15:239-40).
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Sevket Sureyya 1930'larda her yonden esmekte olan irkci ruzgarlara karsin, irklar arasi hiyerarsi olduguna iliskin iddialarin bilimselligine ikna olmaz: "Bir kisim milletlerin diger kisim milletler elinde esir olmasinin ve esir yasamasinin mesru sebepleri adeta ilmen ispat edilmisti.
Among the topics are the investigation of a group of medieval sites in the Byeloozero region of northern Russian, bronze working at Ryurik Gorodishshe and other settlements in the region north of Lake Ilmen in the ninth and tenth centuries, metal melting crucibles from medieval Novgorod, the plant economy of northern medieval Russia, and evidence concerning craft production in the birch-bark documents of Novgorod.
August 17 The Germans capture Novgorod, on the shores of Russian Lake Ilmen.