The collapse of the plan Shuiskis strengthened the power of Boris Godunov. Now he became the de facto ruler of Russia. This was expressed in a difficult title assigned to the king Fedor in 1591 he sounded: "In-law of the great emperor, ruler, servant and groom, my lord and governor's palace, the landlord of the kingdoms of Kazan and Astrakhan." By decision of the Boyar Duma adopted in the presence of Tsar Fedor, Boris received the right to conduct official correspondence with foreign governments. Foreign ambassadors, after an audience with the king Fedor had to continue paying homage to Boris in his palace, where official dinners were held not less generous than the tsarya.441
Covenants Not to Compete: A State-By-State Survey
Find and Download book
- Try another server.
- Try to reload page — press F5 on keyboard.
- Clear browser cache.
- Clear browser cookies.
- Try other browser.
- If you still getting an error — please contact us and we will fix this error ASAP.