Chapter 18: The Rise of Russia
Ivan III- He was a Grand Prince of Moscow, also referred to as the “gatherer of the Russian lands”. Boyars- They originally obtained influence and government posts through their military support of the Kievan princes. Romanov Dynasty- Rulers of Russia from 1613 to 1917. The name derived from Roman Yurev. Peter I the Great- Peter the Great was born in 1672 and he died in 1725. Peter was tsar of Russia from 1682 to 1725. His self-given title was Peter the Great though he was officially Peter I. Partitions of Poland- are three partitions which took place in the second half of the 18th century. Radishev- was an Russian author and social critic who was arrested and exiled under Catherine the Great. Third Rome- describes the idea that some European city, state, or country is the successor to the legacy of Ancient Rome. Cossacks- Are a group of predominantly East Slavic people who originally were members of democratic. Alexis Romanov- Alexis was the son of Michael Romanov, the first of the dynasty which was to rule Russia until 1917. St. Petersburg- Saint Petersburg was the Imperial capital of Russia. In 1918 the central government bodies moved from Saint Petersburg then named Petrograd to Moscow. Obrok- A poll tax paid by peasants absent from their lord's estate. Ivan IV the Terrible- was the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547 and Tsar of All the Russians from 1547 until his death. Time of Troubles- was a period of Russian history comprising the years of interregnum between the death of the last Russian Tsar of the Rurik Dynasty. Old Believers- separated after 1666 from the official Russian Orthodox Church as a protest against church. Catherine the Great- Empress of Russia.
Pugachev rebellion- He urged serfs to revolt, and they did, killing their landowners. It was important because it was the most famous rebellion of the peasants and Catherine began to see what her favoring of the nobility did to the peasants of Russia....
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