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Nation carrier in 16th Century Novgorod is set the 1st century of the criminal improvement of the pomestie verified through Ivan III after the conquest of Novgorod.

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D. Grekov, Krest’iane na Rusi s drevneishikh vremen do XVII veka (Moscow-Leningrad, 1946), pp. 599–600). 73. V. Bazilevich, Vneshniaia politika russkogo tsentralizovanogo gosudarstva (Moscow, 1952), p. 347. 74. Veselovsky’s Feodal’noe zemlevladenie in 1947 was the first monograph on medieval landholding since Rozhdestvensky’s thesis in 1898. See Veselovsky, p. 305. 75. See Rozhdestvensky, pp. 367–70. V. N. Storozhev believed that Ivan IV’s decree of 1555, which stated that a father’s service land could not be taken away from Introduction 31 his sons if they were suitable for service, legalized the inheritance of pomesties by the pomeshchik’s sons in the second half of the sixteenth century; see his Istorikoiuridicheskie materialy izdavaemye Moskovskim Ministerstvom iustitsii, Vol.

O. Kliuchevsky, Sochineniia, II (Moscow, 1957), p. 216. 16. The passage in Ivan I’s testament on the granting of the village of Bogoroditskoe to Borisko Vorkov is the first known reference to the conditional holding of princely land. V. V. , (DDG) (Moscow-Leningrad, 1950), pp. 9–11. V. Cherepnin, Russkie feodal’nye arkhivy XIV-XV vekov, I (Moscow, 1951), pp. 12–16. C. Howes, The Testaments of the Grand Princes of Moscow (Ithaca, 1967), p. 116. 17. D. 149–51. On Gradovsky as a juridical historian, see Anatole G.

Cambridge, 1968), I, pp. 2, 6, and 7 and 33–35 as well as Bryce Lyon, A Constitutional and Legal History of Medieval England (New York, 1960), pp. 292–94. 19. See Metropolitan Cyprian’s charter in Akty istoricheskie, sobrannyia i izdannyia Arkheograficheskoiu kommissieiu (AI), I (St. Petersburg, 1841), p. 16. ” 20. See Gradovsky, p. 151, and the following deeds published in Akty, otnosiashchiesia do iuridicheskago byta drevnei Rossii, (AiuB), II (St. Petersburg, 1864), Nos. 147, IV, V, VI, and VII where it is stated: “.

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