"A people born to slavery": Russia in early modern European ethnography, 1476-1748
Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-281) and index. Terra incognita: the earliest European descriptions of Muscovy -- Legatus ad Moscoviam: European ambassadors and the origin of "Russian tyranny" -- Necessarium malum: European residents and the origin of "Russian tyranny" -- Rerum Moscoviticarum: Herberstein and the origin of "Russian tyranny" -- Tyrannis sine tyranno: political categories and the origin of "Russian tyranny" -- Simplex dominatus: Russian government in European political science -- Was Muscovy a despotism?.
- LCC: D34
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: xi, 293 p. : ill., facsims., map ; 25 cm.
- Edition Info: (alk. paper)
- Public opinion -- Europe
- Russia (Federation) -- Foreign public opinion, European
- Russia (Federation) -- Relations -- Europe
- Europe -- Relations -- Russia (Federation)
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