The Rise and Fall of Baturyn,The Capital of Hetman Mazepa Historical and Archeological Research


Date: Mon, Feb 1st, 2010 6:01:37 pm   Author:

Baturyn, the capital of the Ukrainian cossack state in the 17-18th centuries, flourished during the reign of Hetman Ivan Mazepa (1687-1708).  Its residents supported the Mazepa's rebellion in alliance with Sweden against growing Moscow domination over central Ukraine.  In retaliation, Tsar Peter I devastatd Batuiryn in 1708 which had serious reprercussions for the uprising and Swedish campaign in Ukraine, 1708-09.  Canada-Ukraine excavations conducted in Baturyn in 2001-09 yield much new archaeological materials for the study of hitherto little-known history and culture of the Cossack capital and its massive destruction in 1708.



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