Paleorosia. Ancient Rus: in Time, in Personalities, in Ideas is an open-access and peer-reviewed scientific journal.
The journal publishes articles in the fields specified by the Higher Attestation Commission under the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation: 5.6.1. Domestic History (historical sciences); 5.6.5. Historiography, Source Studies, Methods of Historical Research (historical sciences); 5.9.1. Russian Literature and Literature of the Peoples of the Russian Federation (philological sciences); 5.11.2. Historical Theology (in the research direction: Orthodoxy) (theology).
The journal is registered with the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor) (Certificate of PI №FS77-82728 dated January 27, 2022).
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The journal is listed in the "General Church List of Reviewed Publications in Which the Results of Research by Applicants for Church Scholarly Degrees of Doctor of Theology, Doctor of Church History, and Candidate of Theology Must Be Published" (approved on October 9, 2020).
ISSN 2618-9674 (Print)
ISSN 2686-9063 (Online)
Full name in English: Paleorosia. Ancient Rus: in Time, in Personalities, in Ideas
Short name: Paleorosia.
FOUNDERS OF THE JOURNAL:
The journal was founded on March 29, 2018, by:
• Religious organization — spiritual educational organization of higher education "Saint Petersburg Teological Academy of the Russian Orthodox Church";
• Konstantin Kostromin — Archpriest, PhD in History, PhD in Theology, Saint-Petersburg;
• Pavel Gaydenko — Doctor of History, Moscow.
Before it, Paleorosia was published by Konstantin Kostromin and Pavel Gaidenko as an anthology.
PUBLISHER OF THE JOURNAL:
Publishing House of the Saint Petersburg Teological Academy.
The physical address of the Press: Naberezhnaya Obvodnogo Kanala, 17,
archpriest, PhD in History, PhD in Theology,
Vice-Rector for Research at
Nikolai Petrov — PhD in History (St. Petersburg)
Alexey Gladkov — PhD in History (Moscow)
Elena Piotrovskaya — Doctor of History (St. Petersburg)
Four times a year.