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Андрэй Катлярчук
Andrej Katlarchuk
Артурас Дубоніс
Arturas Dubonis
Каралеўства Міндоўга
Mindaugas' Kingdom
Рута Чапайтэ
Ruta Capaite
Штодзённае жыцьцё Вітаўта, вялікага князя літоўскага, у перапісцы яго сучасьнікаў
The Everyday Life of Grand Duke Vytautas of Lithuania According to Contemporary Correspondence
Рымвідас Пятраўскас
Rymvydas Petrauskas
Фармаваньне інстытуцыйнага двара вялікага князя ў Літве (XIV-пачатак XV ст.)
The Formation of the Institutional Court of Grand Duke of Lithuania
Юратэ Кяўпене
Jurate Kiaupiene
Палітычная нацыя Вялікага Княства Літоўскага. Літоўская пэрспэктыва
The Political Nation of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania: The Lithuanian Prospect
Раймонда Рагаўскене
Raimonda Ragauskiene
Рускамоўная карэспандэнцыя жанчын (гаспадарынь і багатых шляхцянак) Вялікага княства Літоўскага канца XV-XVI ст.
Female Correspondence in Ruthenian (Queens and Rich Noblewomen) in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Late XV-XVI century)
Інге Лукшайтэ
Inge Luksaite
Кнігадрукаваньне на літоўскай мове XVI-першай паловы XVII стст. у Вялікім Княстве Літоўскім і Малой Літве
Book Publishing in Lithuanian in Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Minor Lithuania (XVI-early XVII century)
Гінтаўтас Слесарунас
Gintautas Sliesoriunas
Пасольства Яна Бакея ў Маскву ў 16971699 гадах і праблема расійскай вайсковай інтэрвэнцыі ў Вялікае Княства Літоўскае ў 16971698 гадах
Jan Bokiej Mission in Moscow (1697-1698) and the Problem of the Russian Military Intervention in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Рамуне Шмігельскітэ-Стукене
Ramune Smigelskyte-Stukiene
Літоўская мэтрыка ў другой палове XVIII ст.: перамяшчэньні Архіву, а таксама працы па сыстэматызацыі архіву і яго ўпарадкаваньні
The Lithuanian Metrics in the Second Half of XVIII Century: Re-dislocation of the Archive and its Systematization and Regulating
Тамара Байрашраўскайтэ
Tamara Bairasauskaite
Працэс дэклясацыі шляхецкага стану Літвы доказы паходжаньня (кан. XVIII - 60-я гг. ХІХ ст.)
Noble Declasse: To Prove the Origin
Эдмундас Гімжаўскас
Edmundas Gimhauskas
Літоўцы і беларусы ў аднаўленьні дзяржаўнасьці пасьля першай сусьветнай вайны: паміж гістарычнай і этнаграфічнай мадэльлю
The Lithuanians and the Belarusians in the Reclaiming of the Statehood after the WWI: between Historical and Ethnographical
Альгімантас Каспаравічус
Algimantas Kasparavicius
Палітычная роля беларусаў у дыпляматычнай гульні Коўна і Масквы ў 1920-1925 гг.
The Political Role of the Belarusians in the Kaunas-Moscow Diplomatic Game (1920-1925).


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