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The Tatar yoke

Charles J. Halperin

The Tatar yoke

the image of the Mongols in medieval Russia

by Charles J. Halperin

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Published by Slavica Publishers in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mongols -- History -- Sources,
  • Mongols -- Historiography,
  • Russia -- History -- 1237-1480 -- Sources,
  • Russia -- History -- 1237-1480 -- Historiography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementCharles J. Halperin.
    GenreSources
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDK90 .H29 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23919804M
    ISBN 109780893573690
    LC Control Number2009047163
    OCLC/WorldCa463972136

    The Golden Horde (Mongolian: Алтан Орд, romanized: Altan Ord; Kazakh: Алтын Орда, Altın Orda; Tatar: Алтын Урда, Altın Urda) or Ulug Ulus - lit. “Great State” in Turkic was originally a Mongol and later Turkicized khaganate established in the 13th century and originating as the northwestern sector of the Mongol Empire. With the fragmentation of the Mongol Empire Capital: Sarai Batu. Buy The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in Medieval Russia: Corrected Edition by Halperin, Charles J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles J. Halperin.

    tatar yoke definition, meaning, English dictionary, synonym, see also 'Tatar Republic',Tatar Strait',Tatary',Tataric', Reverso dictionary, English definition, English. “We owe the term “Tatar yoke” to Ukrainian historiography. Until the 16 th century, there is not a single mention of a “yoke” in Russian sources. We see the first mention of a yoke in “Kiev synopsis”, a textbook for church schools of 17 th century; it describes the liberation by Ivan III of Muscovy Russia from the rule of Golden.

      While the Tatar historians are divided internally as to how to re-evaluate the period of Golden Horde, they all challenge the discourse of the Tatar yoke. The majority of Tatar historians adopted a position that maintains the Golden Horde has contributed to the modernization of not only the Tatars but also Russians. The name Tatar is from “Ginghis Khan’s order that all conquered peopled be called Tatars, where Tatar is synonymous with conquered” (Rorlich, 5). The Tatars are thus frequently identified as Mongolians, but are no more Mongolian than any of the many other ethnicities conquered by the Mongols despite being known as Mongol Tatars.


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out of 5 stars Tatar Yoke Review Reviewed in the United States on October 2, This is an outstanding resource for anyone interested in studying medieval Russian chronicles regarding the Mongol occupation of Russia in the 13th through the 15th by: 6.

out of 5 stars Tatar Yoke Review Reviewed in the United States on October 2, This is an outstanding resource for anyone interested in studying medieval Russian chronicles regarding the Mongol occupation of Russia in the 13th through the 15th by: Mongol-Tatar Yoke in Rus’, the rule of the MongolTatar feudal lords The Tatar yoke book Russian lands from the 13th to the 15th century, which aimed at the systematic exploitation of the conquered country through obligatory payments and predatory raids.

The Mongol-Tatar yoke was established as a result of the Mongol conquests of the 13th century. The Russian. The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in the Medieval Russia.

Charles J. Halperin. $ Paperback. History. Charles Halperin’s The Tatar yoke book work of medieval Russian history, The Tatar Yoke, presented for the first time a comprehensive analysis of all major texts of Old Russian literature.

Tatar-Mongol yoke; Tatar-Mongol yoke, History of Russia Russian History - The Golden Horde Invasion. Tatar-Mongol Yoke. Having joined Central Asia, China, Khoresm and Transcaucasia to his empire, Genghis Khan aimed for Russian lands.

In the armies of Genghis Khan defeated Russians on the River Kalka. Genre/Form: History Sources Goldene Horde (Motiv) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Halperin, Charles J.

Tatar Yoke. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers. the Yoke was invented by the poles. by Itself, the term “Mongol-Tatar yoke” was invented by Polish authors. Chronicler and diplomat, Jan Długosz in so called time existence of the Golden Horde.

Behind him in was repeated by the historian Maciej miechowita, who worked in the University of Cracow. As various nomadic groups became part of Genghis Khan's army in the early 13th century, a fusion of Mongol and Turkic elements took place, and the invaders of Rus' and the Pannonian Basin became known to Europeans as Tatars or Tartars (see Tatar yoke).

After the breakup of the Mongol Empire, the Tatars became especially identified with the western part of the empire, Kazakhstan:Charles J.

Halperin's classic work of medieval Russian history, "The Tatar Yoke," presented for the first time a comprehensive analysis of all major texts of Old Russian literature pertaining to Russo-Tatar relations.

Halperin integrated the findings both of textologists and literary specialists about the history and evolution of the monuments. North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in collaboration with The Sheridan by: 6.

Shrouded in fog, freezing from the early winter cold, they waited. The other bank was teeming with the forces of their centuries-old enemies, the Tatars. Soon everyone would know that today was the end of three hundred years of humiliation.

Today, Rus would throw off. The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in the Medieval Russia Charles J. Halperin Contents Preface to Corrected Edition of The Tatar Yoke Introduction Russia and the Golden Horde The Era of Batu Tatar Oppression The Kulikovo Epoch Civil War in Muscovy LiberationCited by: 6.

The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in - The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in Medieval Russia: Corrected Edition: Charles J. Halperin: Tatar | people | - Tatar, also spelled Tartar, any member of several Turkic-speaking peoples that collectively numbered more than 5 million in the late 20th century and /5().

This 'Tatar yoke', still often invoked, especially in Russian writing (tatarskoe igo) is one of those historical catchphrase categories, like 'the Dark Ages', which may be occasionally convenient to teachers, popular writers and political ideologists, but more often serve to blur a whole period or topic and discourage any further examination.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: First edition was published in Description: viii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Russia and the Golden Horde --The era of Batu --Tatar oppression --The Kulikovo epoch --Civil War in Muscovy --Liberation Titles.

Ask most people, including Russians, who have a modest familiarity with European history what they know about medieval Russia and their answer will probably be brief, but will include something about the Mongols, perhaps even 'the Tatar yoke' (for a succinct statement of the difference between Mongols and Tatars see Ostrowski's preface, p.

xiii). Texts with language specifed as tatar OR tat. FREE DOWNLOAD SANKARAMANCHI HEVILAMBI PANCHANGAM PDF. Happy To Share That Sankaramanchi Panchangam is released and is available in book stores.

Huizinga's book has a particular resonance. THE TATAR YOKE: SHAME, PREVARICATION, MYTH-MAKING The great émigré scholar George Fedotov has stated that "The Mongol conquest is the most fateful catastrophe suffered by Russia during her entire history." He adds that "The blow to national pride was deep and ineradicable." [2].

Charles J. Halperin, The Tatar Yoke. The image of the Mongols in medieval Russia, Bloomington: Slavica Publishers,in: Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas. The Mongol-Tatar yoke had its own main of them is that Rus was never included in the structure of the Horde lands.

This is primarily due to the fact that the Russian forests were unsuitable for nomads. The second feature is the religious tolerance of the Mongol-Tatars.

In 13th century Kievan Rus’ was attacked by Mongol Empire. The separate armies of principalities were defeated one by one.

As a result most of the Russian principalities were vassalized by Mongol Empire. This was a seminal moment in Russian history, which defined its future development for centuries. Republic of Novgorod was the only region which remained ."Tatar Yoke" does not mean "paying any tribute to any tatars".

Technically even Russian Empire eventually payed tributes to Crimean khans till the end of 18 century - but this has nothing to do with "Tatar Yoke" (which is normally associated only with Mongolian Empire, Golden Horde and their later successors). – seven-phases-max Jan 27 '18 at.the tatar yoke in English translation and definition "the tatar yoke", Dictionary English-English online.

the tatar yoke. Example sentences with "the tatar yoke", translation memory. gv Finally, Tatars are the remnants of the Tatar Yoke, the historic occupation of medieval Russia by Mongolians, which ended around seven hundred years ago.