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Ruthenians is a name that has been applied to different ethnic groups at different times; for an explanation of the reasons for this, see Ruthenia.


Generally, in old documents, the terms "Ruthenians", "Ruthenes" and "Russians" mostly have the same meaning. In modern usage, however, the terms may significantly differ in meaning.

  1. Ruthenes - inhabitants of Ruthenia (Rus'). In general Ruthenes means all people speaking East Slavic languages.
  2. Ruthenes - former name for Ukrainians.
  3. Ruthenes - present name for Rusyns.

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Ruthenians - LoveToKnow 1911 (304 words)
The Ruthenians were separated from the bulk of Russians by the accident of the two feudal principalities of the old Red Russia, Halic and Volhynia, having fallen to Lithuania, which in turn was united with Poland.
Throughout Galicia the Poles form the aristocracy, though in two-thirds of it Ruthenians form the bulk of the population, while the middle class is Jewish or German.
The Ruthenians are therefore under an alien yoke both politically and economically: in religion they mostly belong to the Uniate Church, acknowledging the Pope but retaining their Slavonic liturgy and most of the outward forms of the Greek Church.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ruthenians (2142 words)
Ruthenians along the borderland of the ancient Kingdom of Poland and the present boundary separating Austria from Russia proper are also called Ukrainians (u, at or near, and krai, the border or land composing the border), from the Ukraine, comprising the vast steppes or plains of Southern Russia extending into Galicia.
Ruthenian (Rutheni) is found for the first time in the old Polish annalist, Martinus Gallus, who wrote towards the end of the eleventh and the beginning of the twelfth century; he uses this name as one already well known.
Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church in Austria-Hungary is represented by one province in Galicia, Austria, and three dioceses in Hungary.
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