Ditynets. Central section of a walled town in Kyivan Rus', surrounded by an enclosure of wood and stone. Usually it covered an area of several hectares (approximately 9 ha in Kyiv). The ditynets contained the courts of princes and boyars, cathedrals, churches, and barracks; it was surrounded by artisans' and merchants' quarters.

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