Issue 4

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Table of contents

Title Author(s) Pages
Batu invasion
The conquest of Russia by Batu Vladimir Kuchkin Pages 3-30
Inheritance of a great reign in the mid 13th century, Batu and stepmother of Alexander Nevsky Anton Gorsky Pages 31-37
Source studies
North-Eastern Rus’ in the mid 13th – second half of the 14th century as revealed by archaeology Leonid A. Belyaev Pages 38-48
200th Anniversary of Archaeological Investigations in Staraya Ryazan Aleksey Chernetsov / Igor Strikalov Pages 49-55
Veliky Novgorod
«All Novgorod»: on the problem of the origin and content of the concept Pavel Lukin Pages 56-63
Revisting the date of the Treaty of Bolotovo Natalia Petrova Pages 64-70
«Zemtsy»: evolution of social status and property relations in 15th–16th centuries Vladimir Arakcheev Pages 71-82
Local legal proceedings and law enforcement in Novgorod the Great in late 16th – early 17th centuries Adrian Selin / Ilona Iablokova Pages 83-93
Union of Lublin
«And Made Quite an Honest and Sorrowful Speech»: the Individual Dimension of the Lublin Diet of 1569 Uladzimir Padalinski Pages 94-102
Polish-Lithuanian Democracy in View of the Muscovite Gentry of the 16th and First Half of the 17th century Konstantin Erusalimskiy Pages 103-121
The nature of the Union of Lublin and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the assessment of Ivan Ivanovich Lappo Tomasz Ambroziak Pages 122-133
Problematic Issues of Modern Studies of the Union of Lublin and its Consequences from the Perspective of Lithuanian Historiography Gintautas Sliesoriūnas Pages 134-141
History of power
Why is the Zemsky Sobor not a parliament? Dmitriy Liseitsev Pages 142-150
Discussing recent books
The Exemplary prosopographic study of the history of hundreds of genera that recreated the Russian State Vladimir Arakcheev Pages 151-156
«Eastern trace» in the Sovereign's court of the first half of the 17th century Andrey Belyakov Pages 156-160
Duma and room people of Tsar Mikhail Romanov in diplomatic contacts of the Russian state with the Crimean khanate Alexander Vinogradov Pages 160-165
A fundamental research revealing new aspects of understanding relationship of the tsar with Boyar Duma and Royal courtiers Michael O. Akishin Pages 165-170
Scientific research generating new books Pavel Sedov Pages 170-174
Expected gift to specialists in the history of Russia of the 17th century Dmitriy Liseitsev Pages 174-181
Institutes and communities
Catholics and Protestants of Riga in the middle of the 18th century Ekaterina Samylovskaya Pages 182-187
Edmund Walsh, Vatican plans and Russian reality of 1922–1923 Eugenia Tokareva Pages 188-204
Professional community
The history of historical science in the works of A.I. Klibanov Margarita Vandalkovskaya Pages 205-213
«In the great book about the history of our homeland B.D. Grekov entered many bright pages» Vitaliy Tikhonov Pages 214-218
Rec. ad op.: A.P. Sinelobov. Personalniy sostav gorodovykh prikazchikov i gubnykh starost Moskovskogo gosudarstva XVI–XVII vv. Moscow, 2018. Vladimir Glaziev Pages 218-222
Rec ad op.: V.N. Glaziyev. Ocherki istorii goroda Voronezha i Voronezhskogo uyezda v kontse XVI – XVII vekakh. Voronezh, 2018 Nikolay Mininkov Pages 222-226
Rec. ad op.: Arzamasskiy uezd v XVII veke. Akti prikaznogo deloproizvodstva dopetrovskoy epohi: sbornik dokumentov. Vol. 1–2. Nizhni Novgorod, 2018–2019 Alexey Morokhin Pages 227-228
The new book on how in the middle of the 17th century the Moscow kingdom became autocracy Viktor Maul Pages 229-236
Grand-Ducal Childhood: Upbringing and Education of the Tsar’s Sons in the 19th Century Olga Belousova Pages 237-241
D.N. Lyubimov as Memoirist and Historian Dmitriy Andreev Pages 241-245
Dueling in the parliamentary history of late imperial Russia Igor Kiryanov Pages 245-247

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