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- The Ushkuyniks (Russian: ушкуйники), also Ushkuiniks or Russian pirates were free and democratic people from early Rus' state which originated in northern...
- Proto-Norse language Scandinavian prehistory Swedes (Germanic tribe) Ushkuiniks, Novgorod's privateers Viking raid warfare and tactics Norway portal Sweden...
- then-ruling King Henry III took an especially severe view of this crime. The ushkuiniks were Novgorodian pirates who looted the cities on the Volga and Kama Rivers...
- it became a capital of the Qashan Duchy. In 1391 it was destro**** by ushkuiniks, Russian river pirates, and finally in 1399 by Muscovy troops. Ruins are...
- tenth centuries, were known for their piracy on the River Neretva. The Ushkuiniks were medieval Russian Novgorodian river pirates from the tenth to fourteenth...
- were about 1 m in diameter (about 3 ft). Viking raids in the Rhineland Ushkuiniks – Novgorod's privateers who inherited Vikings' warfare Man****aw, similar...
- ворон) meaning raven. It also has ties to Novgorod and Baltic sailors, Ushkuiniks and Varangians. Other variants of the name are Woronovski (feminine; Woronovska)...
- 1382, 1408, and 1433. In 1375, the town was looted by Novgorod pirates (ushkuiniks). The spectacular growth of the city in the 16th century may be attributed...
- period between 1016 and 1471. In 14th century the Slavic-Nordic pirates Ushkuiniks spread in the Russian north and later in many other regions of ancient...
- to the Vyshegda reduced fur supplies and Novgorodian pirates called "ushkuiniks" raided the northern rivers. In 1445 the area became independent as the...
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