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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for normanist

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Rus' (name) Slavic and Iranian etymologies suggested by "anti-Normanist" scholars include:
Andrey Nikolayevich Sakharov Andrey Nikolayevich Sakharov (; born 1930 in Kulebaki) is an anti-Normanist Russian and Soviet historian.
Varangians The confusion in the primary sources about the meaning of "Rus'" has led to arguments between scholars about whether Russia was named after a Scandinavian people or a Slavic people. These are grouped into Normanist and anti-Normanist views (with the broader meaning of "Norman", i.e. 'Norse-men'). Current scholarship supports the Normanist argument – that the Rus were a primarily Scandinavian people – but there have been heated debates in the last century between certain scholars fueled by nationalism. It is now generally accepted that the Rus' were of Scandinavian origin but adopted Slavic cultural characteristics fairly quickly.
Dmitry Ilovaysky Dmitry Ivanovich Ilovaysky (; February 11/23, 1832, Ranenburg - February 15, 1920) was an anti-Normanist Russian historian who penned a number of standard history textbooks.
Gorky Library (Ryazan) Among its members were the later Nobel laureate Ivan Pavlov, the Russian anti-Normanist historian Dmitry Ilovaysky, the Russian writer Nikolay Zlatovratsky and other famous people.
Fyodor Braun Friedrich Braun or Fyodor Aleksandrovich Braun (20 July 1862 – 14 June 1942) was a Russian-German scholar who provided philological and mythological backing for the Normanist theory.
Rus' people There have been quite a few alternative, non-Normanist origins for the word "Rus", although none was endorsed in the Western academic mainstream:
Abraham Firkovich In 1844 the Russian historian Arist Kunik a leading anti-Normanist and Bezalel Stern an influential Russian Maskil would study and partly described the discovery.
Rus' people Apart from Ibn Fadlan's account, Normanist theory draws heavily on the evidence of the Persian traveler Ibn Rustah who, it is postulated, visited Novgorod (or Tmutarakan, according to George Vernadsky) and described how the Rus' exploited the Slavs.
Stepan Gedeonov As a historian, he is best known for his 1876 anti-Normanist 2-volume magnum opus "Varangians and Rus" (Варяги и Русь) which won him the Uvarov Prize of that year.