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Index Of Personal Names

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This index is the list of personal names that occur in this book titled Law in Medieval Russia. Soviet law, and then Russian law, have been the central themes in the book. It has often been argued, particularly by legal historians, that legal history is useful because without it we cannot properly understand, interpret and apply present-day legal rules. Medieval legal history has its peculiar charm, because in it the lines between legal and general history become blurred. One of the reasons is that a large part of medieval sources consists of legal documents. The legal and the general historian do not approach this material with exactly the same aim; nevertheless, the problems they have to solve and the lessons they learn are often the same.

Keywords: medieval Russia; Russian law; Soviet law



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