SYSTEM OF SETTLING IN SIMBIRSK COUNTY TO THE BEGINNING OF XVIII CENTURY

Abstract

In the article the results of formation of the system of rural and urban settling on the territory of Simbirsk county in the beginning of the XVIII century are viewed. Local settlement areas are singled out and quantitative characteristics of types of settlements are identified. The relationship of various groups of people is shown.



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E. L. Dubman

Samara State University

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Russian Federation

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