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By the 18th century, Cossack hosts in the Russian Empire occupied effective buffer zones on its borders.

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Stretched out, the piece is 19 1/2 inches from end to end.

#5 is a teardop 1 1/4 inches tall, 1 1/8 inches wide, and 3/8 inch thick.

There are also four books that are invaluable, written by Anne van Cutsem - A World of Rings, A World of Bracelets, A World of Earrings, and by Anne Leurquin - A World of Necklaces. #1 is a rectangle 1 3/8 by 5/8 across and 3/8 inch thick.

Two other books of value are: Beads of Borneo by Heidi Munan, and Oman Adorned by Miranda Morris. Here is a great, light-weight antique silver necklace from Iran, constructed with pieces of stamped silver connected like pendants, with jump rings and chain.

On the east there is "Ukraine or the land of Don Cossacks, who are subjects of Muscovy" (Vkraina ouero Paese de Cossachi Tanaiti Soggetti al Moscouita).

The traditional post-imperial historiography dates the emergence of Cossacks to the 14th or 15th centuries, when two connected groups emerged, the Zaporozhian Sich of the Dnieper and the Don Cossack Host.

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Cossacks such as Stenka Razin, Kondraty Bulavin, Ivan Mazepa, and Yemelyan Pugachev led major anti-imperial wars and revolutions in the Empire in order to abolish slavery and odious bureaucracy and to maintain independence.

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The Karakalpaks' ancestors originally came from the Irtysh River areas in southern Siberia.

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