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The Greeks were then obliged to disburse an enormous ransom, and to consent to a peace very advantageous to the Russ. Five years later the conditions of this peace were more exactly stipulated in a mutual treaty, the wording of which is handed down to us by Nestor. The successor of Oleg was Igor, who in his turn undertook against the Greek empire two expeditions, of which several documents give us a description. and was particularly directed against the Asiatic coasts of the Black Sea. But it ended very unfortunately.
2 THE INHABITANTS OF ANCIENT RUSSIA. 27 people. It is therefore no wonder that we exceedingly often find the 'R/ids' mentioned by Byzantine authors, and that we owe to the intercourse of the Russ with the Greeks some of the most decisive proofs of their Scandinavian nationality, which I shall mention in my next lecture. Besides the Greeks there is another group of writers who give us much information with respect to the ancient Russ. I mean the Arabian, or rather the Mahomedan, authors; and the name by which they mention the Russ is R/is (u»jj) \ The sketch of this tribe which the Oriental authors give us corresponds exactly with that presented to us by Greek writers.
Serie, tome xxiii. pp. 230-232. 46 LECTURE II. 865, that ' at that time Northmen ventured to attack the city of Constantinople with 360 vessels ; but not being able to injure the impregnable city itself, they fought gallantly in the suburbs and killed as many people as possible, after which they returned home in triumph V Notwithstanding some difference between the details in this account and that of Nestor and the Byzantine authors, it is obvious that the Northmen of Johannes Diaconus and the Rhos of the Greeks are identical; no other people of that period will answer to the description.
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