Book review: Trepavlov, V.V. Simvoly i ritualy v etnicheskoy politike Rossii XVI-XIX vv. [Symbols and rituals in the ethnic policy of Russia in the 16th-19th centuries]. St. Petersburg: Oleg Abyshko Publ., 2018. 320 p.

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Saken Zh. Toktamysov

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

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Kandidat Istoricheskikh Nauk [Ph.D. in History], Associate Professor of the Russian History Department

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  3. Trepavlov V.V. Stepnye imperii Evrazii: mongoly i tatary. Moscow: Kvadriga Publ., 2015 (in Russian).
  4. Trepavlov V.V. Etno-retro-etyudy. etnicheskaya politika Rossii v istoricheskikh miniatyurakh. Moscow: Kuchkovo pole Publ., 2017 (in Russian).

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