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- Anikey Fyodorovich Stroganov (Russian: Аникей Фёдорович Строганов) (1488–1570) was an explorer, merchant and eventual monk who lived during the Grand Duchy...
- Solvychegodsk (also in the Russian north) in the late 15th century. Here, his son Anikey Fyodorovich Stroganov (1488–1570) opened the salterns in 1515, which would...
- younger son of Anikey Stroganov. His date of birth is unknown, but most likely he reached adulthood before 1559. In this year Anikey and his elder sons...
- Russians went down the Volga and conquered the Khanate of Astrakhan. In 1558 Anikey Stroganov was granted large lands on the Kama River northeast of Kazan,...
- Ivan IV granted vast estates near the Urals as well as tax privileges to Anikey Stroganov, who organized large scale migration to these lands. Stroganovs...
- Saltern Salt evaporation pond Seawater greenhouse Salt lick Garum Fish sauce Anikey Stroganov (Solvychegodsk and Perm salterns) Salt Riot (Moscow uprising of...
- is a Russian language surname derived from the Russian colloquial form Anikey (Аникей) for the Gr****-language given name Ioannikiy (Иоанникий, Ἰωαννίκιος...
- Seawater greenhouse Salt lick Garum Fish sauce Bath salts History of salt Anikey Stroganov (Solvychegodsk and Perm salterns) Salt Riot (Moscow uprising of...
- Stadukhin, discoverer of Kolyma, Chukotka and the northern Okhotsk Sea Anikey Stroganov, coloniser of Perm Krai and the Urals, established the early trade...
- Ivan IV granted large estates near the Urals as well as tax privileges to Anikey Stroganov, who organized large scale migration to these lands. Stroganovs...
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