|LC control no.||n 80150436
|Geographic heading||Ostroh (Ukraine)
|Geographic subdivision usage||Ukraine--Ostroh
|Special note||Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
|Found in||Biber, M. M. Mazkereth li-gedole.
Sefer Osṭraʼah, 1987: t.p. (Ostraʼah (Ṿohlin); Ostrog [in rom.] added t.p. (Ostróg [in rom.] p. 1 of cover, etc. (Ostrôg n/h (Wołyn̄) [in rom.]; in the Wohlin District in Western Ukraina [sic], Poland)
BGN gaz., USSR: (Ostrog; popl.: 50°20ʹN, 26°31ʹE)
Ukraïna [MAP] 1992: (Ostroh)
Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.: v. 8, p. 90-91 (Острог = Ostroh; city in Rovensʹka oblastʹ. 1st mentioned in the Ipativsky Chronicles of 1100. In 2nd half of the 14th cent. Ostroh was seized by Lithuania. From 1386 to the 1st half of the 17th cent. Ostroh belonged to the Ostrozky princes. After 1569 it was ceded to Poland where it remained until the second partition of Poland in 1793. Then as part of Right-Bank Ukraine Ostroh was reunited with Russia. Soviet authority was established there in Jan. 1918. In 1920 it was occupied by Polish forces. In 1939, as part of the Western Ukraine, Ostroh was reunited with Soviet Ukraine)
LC data base, 07-06-95 (hdg.: Ostrog, Ukraine; usage: Ostrog, Ostroh, Ostrojsk) LC PreMARCfile (hdg.: Ostrog; usage: Ostrog, Ostrih, Ostraʼah, Ostrah)
Biber, M.M. ben A.L. Sefer Mazkeret li-gedole Osṭraha, 1906 or 1907.
Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 3, p. 731 (Ostrih or Ostroh; a city and raion center in Rivne oblast)
Encyckl. Powszechna: v. 11, p. 182 (Ostrog; city in Wołyńska gub.)
|Geographic area code||e-un---