The Academic Chronicle (Russian: Московско-Академическая летопись, translit. Moskovskaya akademicheskaya letopis) or Suzdal' Chronicle (Russian: Суздальская летопись, translit. Suzdalskaya Letopis)[nb 1] is a late 15th-century compilation of other Russian-language chronicles. The chronicle was probably compiled in Rostov based on the Primary Chronicle, Radziwiłł Chronicle (events before 1206), Sofia First Chronicle (events 1205–1238), and Rostov collection (events 1238–1418). The chronicle was published in full in the Complete Collection of Russian Chronicles in 1927. The only surviving original is preserved in the Russian State Library. It is an important source for Russian history of the preceding centuries, and is currently being discussed for its importance for early Russian literature.
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- Kuchkin, V. A. (1994). "Suzdal Chronicle". In Joseph L. Wieczynski. The Modern encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet history. 38. Academic International Press. p. 86. ISBN 978-0-87569-064-3.
- Gippius, Alexei Alexeevich (2010). "Academic Chronicle". In Graeme Dunphy. Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle. Leiden: Brill. p. 8. ISBN 90 04 18464 3.
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