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Usual and Written Law in the Russian State of the Early Modern Era: The Problem of Correlation
- Radmila E. Arutyunyan, Valeriy K. Dovgyalo, T. M. Penskaya, Evgenij D. Procenko, V. Rasskazov
- Political Science
- 1 July 2018
The article deals with the problems associated with the peculiarities of Russian state legal system development during the early modern era. The authors focused on the correlation of oral legal… Expand
Moscow Autocracy of XVI - XVII Centuries: Eastern ‘’Despotism’’ or an Early Modern European Monarchy?
- Vasilij A. Zajcev, T. M. Penskaya, Viktor I. Podgornyj, Evgeniya I. Shabalina, Vasily J. Potapov
The article considers the problems related to the peculiarities of the Russian state political and legal development during the early New Time (XVI-XVII centuries) in a comparative-historical aspect… Expand
THE CODE OF LAW OF IVAN III: A MONUMENT TO RUSSIAN LAW OR A NARRATIVE DOCUMENT?
- T. M. Penskaya
- 30 December 2019