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Peter der Große
Abraham Petrovič Hannibal (circa 1696-1781) was a central figure during the early stages of the African Diaspora in Russia. He was one of the first Russian Enlightenment thinkers and the great-grandfather of the most important poet and creator of the modern Russian language, Alexander Pushkin.
The Northeast Institute publishes research articles as well as sources and documents under the heading "Online Publications", which provide uncomplicated access to selected topics in the history of Northeast Europe.