Hustyn Chronicle

The Hustyn Chronicle is a 17th-century chronicle detailing the history of Ukraine until 1598. It was written in Church Slavonic,[1] likely by Zacharias Kopystensky.[2]

Hustyn Chronicle
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LanguageOld Church Slavonic
Subjecthistory of Ukraine

The Chronicle covers Ukraine's relationship with the Grand Duchy of Moscow and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the impact of the Turks and Tartars, and the origin of the Cossacks. It ends with the introduction of the Gregorian calendar (1582), and the Union of Brest (1596).[3]

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  1. ^ "George A. Perfecky". La Salle Magazine. La Salle University. Retrieved 5 March 2022.
  2. ^ Velychenko, Stephen (1992). National History as Cultural Process: A Survey of the Interpretations of Ukraine's Past in Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Historical Writing from the Earliest Times to 1914. CIUS Press. p. 144. Retrieved 24 February 2022.
  3. ^ "Hustynia Chronicle". Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine. Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies. Retrieved 24 February 2022.