Ethnicity as social rank: Governance, law, and empire in Muscovite Russia*

@article{Romaniello2006EthnicityAS,
  title={Ethnicity as social rank: Governance, law, and empire in Muscovite Russia*},
  author={M. Romaniello},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={447 - 469}
}
  • M. Romaniello
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • Nationalities Papers
  • Most European early-modern states transitioned from composite monarchies into centralized ones. Essentially, composite monarchies were “more than one country under the sovereignty of one ruler.” As Moscow expanded and acquired the surrounding principalities either by inheritance or force, its grand princes enacted a series of legal and administrative reforms to dissolve the differences among its territories and create a centralized monarchy. These political reforms began under Ivan III, who… CONTINUE READING
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