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RAGOZIN, Zenaide Alexeievna, author, born in Russia about 1835. She had no regular education, but studied by herself, and travelled extensively in Europe, especially in Italy. In 1874 she came to the United States, where she has been naturalized. She has written numerous articles for Russian and American magazines, and is a member of the American oriental society, of the Societe ethnologique, and the Athenee" oriental, of Paris, and the Victoria institute, London. Her most important writings are the volumes "The Story of Chaldea" (New York, 1886) ; "The Story of Assyria" (1887); and "The Story of Media, Babylon, and Persia " (1888)--all in the "Story of the Nations" series. They form the first three volumes of a work on the ancient history of the East, more especially in its political and religious aspects, which will be complete in seven or eight volumes, and on which she is now (1888) engaged.
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