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Russia and the Mongol yoke

the history of the Russian principalities and the Golden Horde, 1221-1502

by Leo de Hartog

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Published by British Academic Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia,
  • Golden Horde.
    • Subjects:
    • Mongols -- Russia -- History.,
    • Russia -- History -- 1237-1480.,
    • Russia -- History -- Ivan III, 1462-1505.,
    • Golden Horde.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [193]-204) and index.

      StatementLeo de Hartog.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK90 .H35 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 211 p. :
      Number of Pages211
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL816277M
      ISBN 101850439613
      LC Control Number95060223
      OCLC/WorldCa34287092


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: Russia and the Mongol Yoke: The History of the Russian Principalities and the Russia and the Mongol yoke book Horde, (): Hartog, Leo De: BooksCited by: 5. In 13th century Kievan Rus’ was attacked by Mongol Empire. The separate armies of principalities were defeated one by one.

As a result most of the Russian principalities were vassalized by Mongol Empire. This was a seminal moment in Russian history, which defined its future development for centuries.

Republic of Novgorod was the only region which remained independent and was. Russia And The Mongol Yoke book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

The Mongol empire was fully established in and dominated a /5. The Mongol empire was fully established in and dominated a vast area of Asia for the next two and a half centuries. The Russian principalities were deeply divided and therefore fell easy prey to the formidable and experienced Mongol armies which swept from the east across the whole region.

Indeed the persistence of these divisions helps to explain the prolonged period of rule by the small. Russia and the Mongol Yoke by Leo De Hartog,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Russia and the Mongol Yoke: Leo De Hartog: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience/5(5). Russia takes a new look at an old enemy: Genghis Khan and I would regale my pupils with tales of how terrible the ‘Mongol yoke’ was, how it set Russia back and was responsible for all sort.

the Yoke was invented by the poles. by Itself, the term “Mongol-Tatar yoke” was invented by Polish authors. Chronicler and diplomat, Jan Długosz in so called time existence of the Golden Horde.

Behind him in was repeated by the historian Maciej. I had hoped for a thoughtful and critical appraisal of the Mongol influence on Russia, with clear historical evidence connecting the impact and influence of the Mongols (for better or ill) to Russian political, economic and social development.

Instead, in instance after Cited by: Get Russia and the Mongol yoke book from a library. Russia and the Mongol yoke: the history of the Russian principalities and the Golden Horde, [Leo de Hartog].

As Mongol rule weakened, the princes took control of the territory surrounding the city. In a process that has come Russia and the Mongol yoke book be known as "the gathering of the Russian land," they then gradually Russia and the Mongol yoke book the principality of Moscow through land purchases, colonization, and conquest.

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At Russia and the Mongol yoke book death inGenghis Khan divided the Mongol Empire amongst his four sons as appanages, but the Empire remained united under the supreme khan. Jochi was the eldest, but he died six months before Genghis.

The westernmost lands occupied by the Mongols, which included what is today southern Russia and Kazakhstan, were given to Jochi's eldest sons, Batu Russia and the Mongol yoke book, who eventually became ruler Capital: Sarai Batu.

The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in Medieval Russia Charles J. Halperin Halperin integrated the findings both of textologists and literary specialists about the history and evolution of the monuments and of orientalists about the Golden Horde. It was in that the religious life of Sergius of Radonezh merged with the bloody national history of Russia.

When we left off in our story, the Mongols had overrun Rus and laid waste to the people and the land, subjugating them under the iron yoke of the Golden Horde. Prince Dmitri Donskoy arrived at Trinity Lavra to visit Sergius before. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Russia and the Mongol yoke by Leo de Hartog,British Academic Press edition, in EnglishCited by: 5. The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in the Medieval Russia.

Charles J. Halperin. $ Paperback. History. Charles Halperin’s classic work of medieval Russian history, The Tatar Yoke, presented for the first time a comprehensive analysis of all major texts of Old Russian literature.

Russia and the Golden Horde: the Mongol impact on medieval Russian history User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Halperin offers an incisive, scholarly overview of how the "Mongol Yoke'' () shaped and influenced Russia in elemental ways. His command of the medieval sources and the armada of studies they Read full review/5(2).

Whilst the Mongols Yoke did bring some positive aspects to Russia, much of the impact of the Mongols was negative and detrimental to Russia’s development. During the invasion of the Rus’ by the Mongol armies looted and razed cities and slaughtered the people, devastating whole regions.

Russia; History; Tatar-Mongol yoke; Tatar-Mongol yoke, History of Russia Russian History - The Golden Horde Invasion.

Tatar-Mongol Yoke. Having joined Central Asia, China, Khoresm and Transcaucasia to his empire, Genghis Khan aimed for Russian lands. In the armies of Genghis Khan defeated Russians on the River Kalka.

Mongol-Tatar Yoke in Rus’, the rule of the MongolTatar feudal lords over Russian lands from the 13th to the 15th century, which aimed at the systematic exploitation of the conquered country through obligatory payments and predatory raids.

The Mongol-Tatar yoke was established as a result of the Mongol conquests of the 13th century. The Russian. [25]Trubetzkoi, The Legacy of Genghis Khan and the Essays on Russia’s Identity, pp. [26]Hosseini, The Effects of the Mongol Empire on Russia, p. [27]Trubetzkoi, The Legacy of Genghis Khan and the Essays on Russia’s Identity, p.

[28]Trubetzkoi, The Legacy of Genghis Khan and the Essays on Russia’s Identity, p. Russia Under the Mongol Yoke. The Tartars did not interfere with the people, their institutions, or religion, but they demanded tribute in the form of an annual poll-tax.

Officers called baskaks went from house to house to collect it, either in money or in furs, and those who could not pay were sold as slaves. Putin, heir to the Mongol Grand Khans A recently published book has generated a lot of buzz in Russia.

memory of the times of the "Tartar yoke", when Russia was under Asian rule for more. In Ivan the Terrible abdicated as Tsar in favour of one Symeon Bekbulatovich.

Symeon was a Chingisid, a descendant of Genghis Khan. Halperin's book aims to show why such a seemingly bizarre action might have been an explicable piece of political theatre in sixteenth century Russia by examining both the complexities of Mongol influence and the relative silence of the Russian sources/5.

Positive influence of Mongol Yoke to Russia In the middle of 12th century, the Mongol hordes advanced on the Russian land. In Russian chronicles we can find such kind of words about that invasion: “For our sins unknown nations arrived.

No one knew their origin or whence they came, or what religion they practiced. Positive influence of Mongol Yoke to Russia In the middle of 12th century, the Mongol hordes advanced on the Russian land. In Russian chronicles we can find such kind of words about that invasion: “For our sins unknown nations arrived.

No one knew their origin. The Great stand on the Ugra river marks the end of the Tatar-Mongol yoke in Russia.

It also says: On October 28 [], Ivan gradually started to pull his armies back to Kremenets for winter quarters. Akhmat waited for reinforcements until November 11 and then turned south. Among other reasons for Akhmat's retreat was the possible threat of. Russia maintained its vague independence.

This is the basic outline of the “Yoke” in most works in the field. The traditional view has been challenged to the point that in Russia today, references to the “Mongol Yoke” are being removed from official history textbooks in high school.

The work. With most sense of cohesion destroyed by the Mongol Yoke, the population of Kievan Rus' scattered, becoming part of Lithuania, Poland, or the various principalities that sprang up in the northeastern area of the fragmented state.

18 hours playing time, not counting the various failed Deity attempts. Playing Russia in the “Into the Renaissance” scenario to get the Yokes on the Mongols Steam achievement is a tough nut to crack!!. Dealing with the Mongols is an incredible challenge.

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Russian and Soviet historians alike have interpreted the Mongol Yoke as problematic, both benefiting and detrimentally affecting Russia. While demanding regular tribute (iasak), the distant Mongol rulers did not impose their own religion or administrative units upon the Russians, preferring instead to elect the nobility and boyar class to.

Mongol Yoke Impact on Russia’s Development The principalities of Russia had a desire narrative of clashes among those on the Russian frontier and roving personss. The stquenched equilibrium of attacks among the principalities and the nomads was uneasy altered by the emergence of the Mongol realm.

Russian principalities of 13th century was trashed by united under Mongol banners and tiny ruling class nomads of mostly turkish origin. Actual numbers of mongols involved in invasion estimated as low as hundreds and as high as few thousands.

With. Mongol rule over Russia weakened and collapsed over a period of decades, but it was Ivan III, the prince of Moscow, known as Ivan the Great, who formally renounced Mongol rule in Mongol invasion of Rus' - Wikipedia, the free - Mongol and Tatar states in Europe; Halperin, Charles J.

Russia and the golden horde: the Mongol impact on medieval Russian history Preface to Corrected Edition of The Tatar Yoke - Preface to Corrected Edition of The Tatar Yoke had a subtitle, The Image of the Mongols in Medieval Russia, and an /5().

Was There a Mongol Yoke. Posted on Aug by Dr. Matthew Johnson PHD This is a contemporary depiction of the Battle of Kulikovo () between Mongols and Russians.

The principalities of Russia had a long history of clashes between those on the Russian frontier and nomadic peoples. The existing equilibrium of attacks between the principalities and the nomads was disturbed altered by the emergence of the Mongol empire. The Mongols unified the large groups of nomads creating a large united force and empire that stretched across Asia, to the loose border of.

With the Mongol conquest began that period of Russian history known as the "Tatar Yoke." The Mongol successor state to the vast empire of Chingis Khan, the Golden Horde, ruled over Russia from to Pages: The time from the 16th to 18th century was the period of expansion.

Russia gained much more territory, established a strong army, and modernized the economy. Also, the Ryurik Dynasty has given way to The House of Romanov – the second and the last family that ruled the country.

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Batu Khan chose Old Sarai, in the lower Volga, to establish the headquarters of the Mongol dominion over Russia, which became known as the Golden Horde. The Golden Horde, as a center for the Mongol administration of Russia, endured for .