Nim doszło do Sinych Wód: księstwa ruskie wobec Litwy w pierwszych dziesięcioleciach po najeździe mongolskim

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Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Lenkų kalba / Polish
Title:
Nim doszło do Sinych Wód: księstwa ruskie wobec Litwy w pierwszych dziesięcioleciach po najeździe mongolskim
Alternative Title:
Battle of Blue Waters : Ruthenian principalities in the presence of Lithuania - first decade after the invasion of the Golden Horde
In the Book:
Vidurio Rytų Europa mūšio prie Mėlynųjų Vandenų metu / mokslinė redakcija: Vytas Jankauskas ir Vitaliy Nagirnyy. Kraków: Krokuvos Jogailaičių universitetas ; Kaunas: Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, 2013. P. 81-88. (Colloquia Russica ; ser. 2, vol. 2)
Keywords:
LT
13 amžius; 14 amžius; Karai. Mūšiai. Kovos. Kautynės / Battles. Wars. Fighting; Lietuviai (Lithuanians); Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė (Lietuva; LDK; Grand Duchy of Lithuania; GDL); Mindaugas, ? -1263; Mongolai (Mongols); Rusėnai (Ruthenians); Totoriai / Tatars.
EN
13th century; 14th century; Batlles.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThere are three or even four models of Lithuanian relations with western Ruthenian principalities in 13th century according to the author: 1) resistance to the Lithuanian expansion with the stronger neighbours' support, 2) recognition of the Lithuanian superior ruler, 3) recognition of the Lithuanian superior ruler who ruled with the inferior help of the local Rurikovich prince, 3a) recognition of the Lithuanian superiority and in the same time the submission to a stronger Rurikovich neighbour. The last model is typical exclusively for Roman Danylovich, who as the Prince of Black Ruthenia (Navahradak) was in the same time under the control of his father Danylo of Halych, and Mindaugas, the King of Lithuania. Due to the sources author came to the conclusion that for the Ruthenians from the borderland it was much better to be submitted to the Lithuanians instead of puting up resistance to them with the Rurikovich princes' support. This attitude was one of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania's keys to success in her rivalry with the Golden Horde over the submission of the Western and Southern lands ruled by the Rurikovichs. [From the publication]

ISSN:
2353-2203
Related Publications:
Kelios pastabos dėl kunigaikščių sluoksnio Lietuvoje XIII–XIV a. naujausių tyrimų duomenimis / Vytas Jankauskas. Lietuvos istorijos metraštis. 2015, 2014/1, p. 5-26.
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