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. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 11. Part 1. P. 99-102.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Historical Sciences and Archeology
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Klochkov Viktor Viktorovich
Southern Federal University

Abstract. The author shows in detail the evolution of the historiographical traditions and assessments of "Glorious Revolution", among which the so-called Whig historiography has a special place. Comparing the reflection traditions of the historians of the XVII th-XIX th centuries with modern approaches, the author comes to the conclusion that the understanding of "Glorious Revolution" events excludes the sharpness of assessments and should be based on the balanced analysis of classical era documents content (the Declaration of Rights and the Bill of Rights), historical-legal and institutional context, as well as the place of the event in the history of early modern period in England.
Key words and phrases: "Славная революция", виги, вигская историография, Билль о правах 1689 г, Англия в Новое время, "Glorious Revolution", the Whigs, the Whig historiography, Bill of Rights of 1689, England in early modern period
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