The emergence of Moscow (1359–1462)

@inproceedings{Martin2006TheEO,
  title={The emergence of Moscow (1359–1462)},
  author={Janet L. Martin},
  year={2006}
}
During the century following the Mongol invasion and subjugation of the Russian lands to the Golden Horde the princes of Moscow, the Daniilovichi, gained prominence in north-eastern Russia. Within their domain, however, the Daniilovichi came to depend less on the khans and to develop domestic sources of support, rooted in their own court, in their relationships with former dynastic rivals and in the Church. During fragmentation of the Golden Horde, Dmitrii Ivanovich, who ruled to 1389, and his… Expand