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Developing new lands to lay them under his tribute some Rurickovich might have settled down at Peredolsky pogost and founded a town in order to build an independent princedom. It was possible for the turn of the 9th - 10th centuries. Princes Oleg and Igor did not live in Novgorod that time. There were their deputies who controlled over the territories. Arrogant princes could possibly prompt them to look for independence from the center. Efforts of one of the dynasty representatives to strengthen himself and obtain independence are likely to disclose the secret of the unique nature of such monument as Shum-gora.


 

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