Sanok hundred’s men (sotni) in the 15th century (to the question about the origin of royal servants in late-medieval Poland)

Tyumen State University Herald. Humanities Research. Humanitates


Release:

Vesntik TSU. History. 2012

Title: 
Sanok hundred’s men (sotni) in the 15th century (to the question about the origin of royal servants in late-medieval Poland)


About the authors:

Sergey S. Pashin, Dr. Sci. (Hist.), Professor, Department of Homeland History, University of Tyumen; eLibrary AuthorID, pashin-s@yandex.ru

Sergey V. Kondratiev,
Dr. Hist. Sci., Director of Institute for the Humanities, Tyumen State University

Sergey P. Shilov, Dr. Sci. (Hist.), Professor at the Department of History, Social and Economic Disciplines, Ishim Teacher Training Institute named after P. P. Ershov (Tyumen State University Branch), sshilov@mail.ru

Abstract:

The article is devoted to the group of the royal bondservants in Red (Galician) Rus’ in the 15th century. The author comes to the conclusion that the Sanok hundred’s men (sothni) were the descendants of ancient Russian serf-captives settled on land (smerdy).

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