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Today in History, March 10

A page-spread from the clergical work "Apostle," which was published in 1564. (Wikicommons)
450 years ago today, on March 10, 1564, the first Russian-printed book was published in Moscow. After a year of working on the text, Ivan Fyodorov and Peter Mstislavets finished the printed version of the clergical textbook, which was called "Apostle."

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