ABDUSALAMOV M.-P.B. The relationship of khumics feudal ownerships with communities of North Dagestan and of North-Eastern Chechnya in the XVIII cеntury

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu4.2012.2.27

Abdusalamov Magomed-Pasha Balashovich

Candidate of History, Associate Professor, Department of Humanities,

Dagestan State Institute of National Economy (DSUNE)

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Abstract. The article is about the relationships of khumyk feudal ownerships – Zasulakski princedoms (Endirevski, Aksaevski and Kostekski) with the dependent rural communities in North Dagestan and North-Eastern Chechnya in XVIIIth century. These relationships have a many-sided trait. There were military conflicts connected with the claims of khumyk feudal owners to the neighboring sides, with their wish to apply their influence to the village community, and good relationships of the majority of the population in the aforementioned communities that were reflected in spiritual and material cultures, as well as in good economic relations.

Key words: Khumikiya, Zasulakski possessions, feudal, rural communities, North Dagestan.

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