Then, in the middle of February, he departed towards Pskov, leaving the silent city alone with its dead.
Novgorod was first brought into entire subjection to the crown; then Pskov.
Extensive experiments in electroculture were also made at Pskov, Russia.
Without a struggle Pskov yielded to the fate of her elder sister Novgorod.
After a five days' sojourn at Pskov, she left the city to continue her journey.
On the 18th of May 1612 he fled from Pskov, was seized and delivered up to the authorities at Moscow, and there executed.
Tver and Pskov, two others of the free cities of the empire, suffered from his frightful presence.
The bell effects in The Maid of Pskov are extraordinarily moving.
Pskov, another of the Russian republics, had been already subdued.
A romantic, but not necessarily romancing, element runs through the account of Ivans dealings with Pskov.