Launched the project, which lets you see the history of the Russian Federation in the context of world


Online project "Feed time, "Which allows us to consider the 500-year history of Russia in the context of world events, on Monday launched a historical library" Runivers ", RIA Novosti chief editor of" Runivers "Nikita Maximov.

"The technology, which allows you to put on a horizontal time scale of any event in the history of mankind, so that you can see what happened in the same time in different countries to understand their relationship, grasp patterns, such as what happened in 1795 in France , England, Russia, Poland "- said Maxim.

Who is "Tape Time" presents the events of Russian history from 1430 to 1917, as well as the rulers of the major European powers of the same period on the following topic areas: adherence land war, the rulers of Russia, the UK, Austria, Poland, France, Sweden, etc . 

"For example, in the" Tape Time "shows that in England in 1660, Charles II approved the charter of the Royal Society, the Academy of Sciences of the most powerful in Europe. In Russia in the same year by the imperial decree were first seeded watermelons. In 1666, Cassini accurately measured rotation periods of Mars and Jupiter around the Sun, and in France a year later King Louis XIV invaded the southern Netherlands for carving up the Spanish inheritance. in Russia in 1671, an uprising of Stepan Razin, a year born Peter I ", — said Maxim.

Historical Project "Runivers" ( — Electronic fax library, established in 2008. The purpose of the project — to provide free Internet access to the most important part of the historical and cultural heritage of Russia — the original sources, which are the largest stacks and state archives and are only available to visitors dozen major Russian libraries. At the moment the library puts books published in Russia in the nineteenth — early twentieth century, especially on the history, the works of Russian philosophers, encyclopedias, collections of documents that have been removed from the cultural circulation for nearly a century or more were not released.

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