Group 9 Monarchy Project

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Ivan IV aka Ivan the Terrible, ruler during the Rurik Dynasty, came to throne at age 3 in 1533 and ruled until 1584, after the reign of the late Ivan III of Moscow, (who conquered the Moscow territory and increased the power of the central government.)

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Group 9 Monarchy Project Ivan and the Romanovsby:Jaida Kindle, Braydon Nichols, & Joe BaldiAbsolute RulersAbsolute monarchy: Absolute monarchy is a form ofgovernment in which the monarch has absolute poweramong his or her people. An absolute monarch hasunrestricted political power over the state and its people.Absolute monarchies are often hereditary.Ivan and Ivan: Moscow AbsolutesIvan IV aka Ivan the Terrible, ruler during the Rurik Dynasty, came to throne at age 3 in 1533 and ruled until 1584, after the reign of the late Ivan III of Moscow, (who conquered the Moscow territory and increased the power of the central government.)Landowning nobles, fought to control Ivan IV and persuade him into their personal ways of ruling. At age 16, Ivan the Terrible seized power over his government. First Russian ruler to crown himself Czar. Ivan married Anastasia, who was related to the powerful Romanov family. 1547-1560 was known as Ivans good period where he ruled justly. He won great victories, added more land to Russia, and gave Russia a code of laws.Ivan the TerribleAfter 1560, the time Ivan reigned was known as Ivans bad years. He blamed the nobles for his wifes death and suspected them of planning to take his throne.He secretly left Russia in 1564 and refused to come back unless he had absolute power of Russia and the power to kill all traitors. During these times,

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