B. L. KHAMIDULLIN (Kazan, Russia). Southern Udmurts as a part of the Kazan Khanate

Southern Udmurts as a part of the Kazan Khanate (1445–1552)

Khamidullin Bulat L.,
Candidate Sc. {History}, Head of the State Center for the Study of the Tatar diaspora, Institute of Tatar encyclopedia and Area Studies, Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan (Kazan, Russia), bulat.antat@mail.ru

The article considers the history of Arsk land and southern Udmurts as a part of the Kazan Khanate. Arsk land played the key role in the political and socio-economic life of the Kazan Khanate. Being the part of the Khanate had a significant impact on southern Udmurts on many aspects of their lives, and was of great importance for the history of ethno-social history of the state.

Keywords: Kazan Khanate; Arsk land; Armu/Arima; Udmurts; Tatars; Besermyan; the peoples of the Middle Volga.

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