By Richard Clogg
This ebook offers a concise, illustrated advent to the background of recent Greece, from the 1st stirrings of the nationwide circulate within the past due eighteenth century to the current day. it truly is designed to supply a easy creation for common and educational readers with very little past wisdom of the topic, and supersedes Professor Clogg's brief historical past of recent Greece which has develop into a vintage due to the fact that its preliminary booklet in 1979. This newest account is a unconditionally new ebook, conceived afresh for a vast readership, within which the numerous illustrations with their wide captions shape a huge a part of the textual content.
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64, 268-9. The chronicle states that the people of Novgorod sent their envoys to collect Mikahil in 1224. He arrived in the town in the beginning of 1225. Since 22 CHAPTER 1 To judge from chronicle information, the Novgorodians were content with Mikhail's rule. Reasons for their satisfaction are readily evident: he made no demands and appears to have cooperated with them. Since "things were easier" after he arrived, he must have eased some of the burdens imposed on the inhabitants by previous princes.
97) and Tatishchev, Istoriya, vol. 3, p. 224. " At the same time Posadnik Ivan Dimitrievich, who had held his office for nine years, was deprived of his post and replaced by the boyar Vnezd Vodovik who supported Mikhail; in recompense they gave Ivan the town of Torzhok. But, when he arrived there, the inhabitants refused to receive him so he proceeded to seek sanctuary with Yaroslav in Pereyaslavl'. The chronicler also points out that Mikhail advised the citizens to choose a new archbishop, since Antony, who had replaced Arseny in the previous autumn, was ailing.
741). INTRODUCTION 13 policy towards Kiev would bring him into conflict with the Rostislavichi of Smolensk; and his efforts to secure his hold over Galicia in the southwest would alienate the Romanovichi of Volyn'. Ultimately, the inter-princely rivalry was resolved through the intervention of a foreign power, the Tatars, who invaded Rus\ for the second time, in the winter of 1237/8. This page intentionally left blank 1 Mikhail's Policy in Novgorod Mikhail Vsevolodovich became involved in the politics of Novgorod almost immediately after he acceded to the throne of Chernigov; this activity was to lead him into conflict with the Vsevolodovichi of RostovSuzdal'.
A Concise History of Greece (Cambridge Concise Histories) by Richard Clogg