- agent-oriented modeling
- confidence building
- de facto states
- ethnic conflict
- fractal geometry
- labor market
- mother tongue education
- non-linear dynamics
- orange revolution
- protracted conflicts
- self-organized criticality
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- systemic and dynamic modeling
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Swedish Territories Bordering with Russia, 1617–1721
Title: Swedish Territories Bordering with Russia, 1617–1721
Creator: Hermann Beyer-Thoma
Date of Publication: 20.02.2018
License: CC BY-NC 4.
Format of Data: *.dbf, *.prj, *qgs, *.qpj, *.shp, *.shx
Description: Map of North-Western Russia and the bordering regions of Sweden-Finland und Poland for the time-span 1617-1721, showing rivers and lakes, state and provincial borders and most important towns, esp. in Ingria.
Geographical Area: North-West Russia, Swedish Territories in South-East Finland and the Baltics, Polish Kurland
Keywords: Russia, Sweden, Border, 17th century
Structured recordings: Antti Kujala: Sweden's Russian Lands, Ingria and Kexholm Province, 1617 – ca. 1670: The Interaction of the Crown with its New Subjects, in: Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 64 (2016), no. 4, pp. 545-574.
Citation: Beyer-Thoma, Hermann (2018): Swedish Territories Bordering with Russia, 1617–1721. Version: 1. Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS). Dataset. http://doi.org/10.15457/jgo_2016-4-1.