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Stratum plus. 2016. No6

B. R. Rakhimzianov (Kazan, Russian Federation)

Political Heirs of Jochi’s Ulus in the Context of Tatar Elite Departures to Muscovy (the End of the Fifteenth — First Third of the Sixteenth Centuries)

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Pages: 213-227

The article analyzes the role of Muscovy in the Later Golden Horde political relations, namely in relations with the Great Horde and the Crimean Khanate from the end of the fifteenth through the first third of the sixteenth centuries. This aspect has been seen through the prism of Tatar elite departures, both real and potential, to Muscovy. The members of the Great Horde and, after its defeat, the Crimean Khanate were conducting relatively common political line in their relations with Muscovy. Muscovy had a similar attitude to these states. The author maintains that, underlying this attitude, was the Mongol Conquest of the North-Eastern Russian principalities during 1237—1241, and, as a result, inequality of the statuses of the two sides (the Russians and the Tatars).

Keywords: Golden Horde, Great Horde, Crimean Khanate, Muscovy, Tatars, Genghisids, political history

Information about author:

Bulat Rakhimzianov
(Kazan, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute of History named after Sh. Mardjani of the Tatarstan Academy of Science. Kremlin, entrance 5, Kazan, 420014, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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