Ryurik


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Ryurik

(ˈrʊərɪk)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Rurik
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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.
13) As to the exact timing and names of the political leaders between Ryurik and Igor, there is confusion.
When Ivan the Terrible's son Fyodor died in 1598, the Ryurik dynasty died with him and the period of smuta [disorder] began in Muscovy.