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Index Abbasids 195 Achisan 164 Adam the sukonnik 134, 135 Agafiia (Konchaka) 89, 90, 91 Agapetus 179 agriculture 12 Aidar 159, 164 Akhmat, Khan 171, 172, 176, 199 basma (portrait) of 185, 186 Batu compared to 194 “charter” (yarlik) to Ivan III 187–88 death of 174, 181, 182, 185 in “Epistle to the Ugra River” 178 in Kazanskaia istoriia 184–87 Akhmat of Kursk, Baskak 33n32, 82–87, 194, 197 Akhmyl 89 Alans (Ossetians) 24, 26, 111 Aleksandr, Prince 83, 87 Aleksandr Mikhailovich 93–102 Alesha Popovich 27n12 Alexander the Great 9, 24, 54 Alexandriad 54, 120 Alexei, Metropolitan 70, 197 Altimir 149 Andrei Yaroslavovich of Suzdal′ 50, 55, 60, 85, 197 anti-Tatar coalition and 59, 73n14 Batu and 58 in Nikon Chronicle 64 Novgorod census and 73 Arabo-Persian literature 25, 193 Arabs 12, 15 Arbonasy (possibly Albania) 175 Armenians 113 artisans 35 Asia 10, 11, 103 “Asiatic/Asiatics” 2, 7, 65, 192 Assassins (Shiite sect) 14, 27, 29 Astrakhan′, khanate of 130, 148, 168, 184, 189, 195 Attila the Hun 9 Austria 42 autocracy, Muscovite/Russian 7, 8, 180, 182 Byzantine heritage of 17 continuity of tradition 198 emergence after end of Mongol rule 16, 17 Azbelev, S. N. 3n8, 109, 116–17n35 Azerbaidjan 12, 97 Baidar 43 Balkans 2, 176 Barakchin 53, 54 “barbarians” 7, 8, 81, 103, 189 Bartiash 128, 129 basileus, title of 1, 37n44, 137, 140, 179, 198 baskaki (Mongol administrators) 12, 55, 61, 141, 169 Akhmat of Kursk 33n32, 82, 85, 86, 194, 197 Chol Khan and baskak title 95 elimination of baskak system 87, 88 Russian rebellion and 87 supervision of tribute collection 85 Bastii 25 Bastyr′ 43 Batu 18, 35, 39, 49, 126, 136 Akhmat compared to 173, 174, 194 as Chingis Khan’s grandson 125 222 THE TATAR YOKE Chingissid status of 179 Daniil Romanovich and 53, 56, 57, 58–59, 64 death of 69, 102, 130 in “Epistle to the Ugra River” 177 in Hungary 43 in Hypatian Chronicle 31 in Kazanskaia istoriia 184 Mamai compared to 118, 119, 120, 125, 127, 194 Mikhail of Chernigov and 73n15 Mongol period extending from time of 194 Nevskii and 54, 58–59, 62, 64, 70n7, 186 in Nikon Chronicle 45–46 Oleg of Riazan′ and 37–38, 42 tithe demanded by 41 veche uprisings and 60n103 Bechak 43 Begich 107, 141, 194 Begunov, Iu. K. 46n71, 63n112 Belev, battle of 163 Belskii, Prince 173 Berdodat′ Kudurdatovich 168 Berkai 69, 72, 73 Besermeny (Central Asian Muslims) 113, 192 Bezzola, Gian Andri 28 Bigika 164 bilingualism 17, 20 Birui 43 Bitsik 73 Blue Horde 113, 145 Bobrok Volynskii, Dmitrii 127 Bochiuk 172 Bohemia 42 Boktur′ 43 Bolgar Land 43 Bolokhov princes 55 Bolsheviks 7 bookmen, Russian 20, 67, 98, 107, 147, 160, 199 anti-Tatar rhetoric of 64 deference to Chingissids 44 denial of conquest and 104 distortion of Russo-Tatar relations by 65–66 Edigei siege of Moscow and 151 Kulikovo cycle and 111 political principle of Tatar rule and 181 pro-Tatar 153 Tatar concepts assimilated by 125–26 on “Tatar oppression” 69 Tokhtamysh sack of Moscow and 133, 137 vocabulary of Kievan period used by 21, 36, 192–93 See also intellectuals, Russian Bori 43 Boris Aleksandrovich of Tver′ 140, 165 Boris and Gleb, Saints 92, 165 Boris Vasil′kovich of Rostov 48, 52, 73 Bosnia 175 boyare 51, 74, 83, 86, 145 factionalism and feuding among 75 in Galician-Volhynian Chronicle 53– 54 of Ivan III 174 of Moscow 136 Muscovite civil war and 168 princes’ relationship with 39 of Riazan′ 112 of Vasilii Aleksandrovich 71, 72 of Vasilii II 159 See also nobles, Russian bribes 13, 16 brodniki (freebooters) 24–25, 27–28 Buchak 149 Buddha/Buddhists 11, 18 Budovnits, I. U. 28, 33, 50n83, 133n83 Buganov, V. L. 3n8 Bulat, Tsar′ 149, 150 Bulgaria 2, 121, 175 Bulgars, Turkic 2 Burden (iarmo) 82, 101, 184, 185 bureaucracy, Muscovite 15–16 INDEX 223 Burnak 149 Burtas 113 Burundai bogatyr′ 31, 43, 55 Byzantine Empire 1, 9, 19, 78, 91 Hesychasm movement and 104, 105 imperial family 37, 172 interaction with Muslims 10, 12, 15 Muscovite inheritance of 17, 179 nomads and 28 Ottomans and 29, 81 Russia and South Slavs integrated with 175 Russian campaigns against 178 Turk Empire and 49 Umayyad use of institutions and personnel of 195 See also basileus, title of; Constantinople, city of capitalism 7 caravan routes 11–12, 13, 97 Carpini, Giovanni da Pian del 25n6, 54, 81 Casimir, king of...


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