Legal Status of Moskovia during 16-17th Centuries

@article{Lipich2017LegalSO,
  title={Legal Status of Moskovia during 16-17th Centuries},
  author={T. Lipich and V. Lipich and Tatiana M. Penskaya and V. V. Penskoy and S. S. Pocheptsov},
  journal={Journal of History Culture and Art Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={1305-1313}
}
The authors of this article consider the development of the political, administrative and law spheres of the early modern Russian state against the backdrop of similar processes taking place in the neighboring states of Europe at this time. Analyzing the administrative and legal practices inherent in European states and in Russia of the late middle ages - early new age, the authors come to the conclusion that the notion of Muscovia, formed as a despotic state based on the absolute power of the… Expand

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