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The Early Danish-Muscovite Treaties, 1493-1523 (Hardback)

Texts, Contexts, Diplomacy

P&S History > Social Science & Culture > Politics > Political History

Imprint: Aarhus University Press
Pages: 189
Illustrations: Colour illustrations
ISBN: 9788772194059
Published: 15th April 2022
Casemate UK Academic

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In 1493, King Hans of Denmark and Grand Prince Ivan III of Moscow concluded one of the earliest treaties of alliance between a Catholic European and an Orthodox Muscovite ruler. The alliance proved viable enough to generate two further treaties and an astounding fifty-plus diplomatic missions between Copenhagen and Moscow over the next thirty years. Yet little of scholarly value has been written about this unique late-medieval relationship across a divisive religious border.

 

The book is intended to provide a solid foundation for a comprehensive study of the alliance. The author first goes over the peculiar customs and diplomatics of treating with medieval Russia, then proceeds to detail the diplomatic processes leading to each of the three Danish-Muscovite treaties. Further the surviving Danish and Muscovite treaty texts are published in a new critical edition with commentary and translations into English. And finally, the author reconstructs the missing originals of the treaties for a complete assembly of texts underlying the alliance.

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