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Unformatted text preview: THE LAST RURIKOVICH THE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ DEATH OF IVAN, SON OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE (1581) THEODORE (reigned 158498) PRINCE DMITRII (158291) BORIS GODUNOV TERMINATION OF PEASANTS’ FLIGHTS ON ST.GEORGE’S DAY (1592) FORBIDDEN YEAR MUSCOVITE PATRIARCHATE (1589) THE TIME OF TROUBLES THE (1598-1613) BORIS GODUNOV BORIS (reigned 1598-1605) ZEMSKII SOBOR (1598) ZEMSKII (1598) FEMINE (1601-03) FEMINE FORBIDDEN YEARS FORBIDDEN (1601, 1602) DETERIORATION IN DETERIORATION IN THE POSITION OF THE PEASANTS (SERFDOM, OVERTAXATION, TERROR) COSSACKS (1444 on) COSSACKS FOREIGN INVASION NVASION GREGORY OTREPIEV (? GREGORY – 1606) MARINA MNISZECH MARINA INVASION OF RUSSIA INVASION (October 1604) FALSE DMITRII (reigned FALSE 1605-6) WESTERNIZATION WESTERNIZATION BASIL SHUISKY (reigned BASIL 1606-10) CIVIL WAR CIVIL IVAN BOLOTNIKOV (1606) IVAN INTERREGNUM • THE FELON OF TUSHINO (1607-10) • POLISH INVASION (1609-13) • SIGISMUND III • CAPTURE OF MOSCOW (1610) • KUZMA MININ AND PRINCE DMITRII POZHARSKY (1611-3) • ZEMSKII SOBOR (February 21, 1613 ) • MICHAEL ROMANOV THE EARLY ROMANOVS ROMANOVS MICHAEL ROMANOV MICHAEL (reigned 1613-45) July 21, 1613 July (CORONATION) EXPLORATION (1643-8) EXPLORATION ALEXIS THE QUIETEST ALEXIS (reigned 1645-76) NEW LEGAL CODE (1649) NEW FULL-FLEDGED SERFDOM FULL-FLEDGED (AN INDEFINITE TERM FOR THE SEACH OF FUGUTIVES AND HEAVY HEAVY PENALTIES FOR HARBORING THEM) STEPAN RAZIN ’S COSSACK STEPAN REBELLION (1670-1) KOLOMENSKOYE • • • • • • COSSACK RISING IN THE UKRAINE (1648-54) (1648-54) UNIFICATION (1654) PATRIARCH NIKON’S REFORMS (1652-67) OLD BELIEVERS (AVVAKUM, MOROZOVA) BASIL SURIKOV NIKON’S PAPISM AND HIS SPLIT WITH ALEXIS (1658) (1658) ...
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