THE SERBIAN PEOPLE AND THE STATE TO THE TURKISH CONQUEST: THE EXPERIENCE OF HISTORICAL-LEGAL RESEARCH

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Victor Yu. Melnikov
Valery K. Tsechoyev
Andrei V. Seregin
Marina A. Cherkasova
Alexey S. Stepanenko
Olga V. Akhrameeva

Keywords

Slavs, Serbs, State, Law, Custom

Abstract

Purpose: The article analyzes the hypotheses about the Carpathian and Azov ancestral home of the Serbian tribes and the political role of the territory of ancient Raska in the formation of medieval Serbian statehood via comparative legal and historical methods.


Methodology: The methodological basis of this study is the dialectical method of cognition of social and legal phenomena and the concepts in their development and interdependence. Data was obtained from scientific, historical, and legal documents.


Main Findings: The drafters of the Law sought to overcome the disparity in court proceedings and bring legal norms into a certain system, taking into account the needs of feudalism. The author comes to the conclusion that the preservation of Serbian ethnic identity influenced the restoration of statehood in the XIX century due to the spiritually and economically self-governing zadruge.


Applications: This research can be used by historical organizations, educational organizations as well as by history scholars.


Novelty/Originality: Serbian people and Turkish conquest has been studied using historical-legal documents.

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