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Under Grand Prince Ivan III the Muscovites consolidated their position in these north-eastern lands, on the route by which large quantities of valuable furs were regularly brought from beyond the Urals. Exploiting the antagonism which existed between the Komi people of the Pechora region and their easterly neighbours the 'Yugra', Le. the Mansi and Khanty, Moscow recruited Komi men as auxiliary soldiers in the campaigns which were mounted against the Yugrians. As a result of one raid by Russians from Ustyug in 1465, two Yugrian chiefs, Kalpik and Techik, were forced to submit to Moscow and promised to deliver tribute in furs gathered from.
Solovyov, Voyennoyt tklo komlnogo nastleniya ZlJpadnoy Sibiri: epokha srtdntvtkwya, Novosibirsk, 1987. 11 A HISTORY OF THE PEOPLES OF SIBERIA north-eastward, while others - the Magyars - moved south beyond the forest edge, adopting a horse-riding, pastoral way of life. A more recent view of the origins of the Ugrians is that about 1000 BC they lived east ofthe Urals in the wooded steppes around the Irtysh, from where some of them gradually pushed north into the forest. In either case it was from the wooded steppe south of the Urals that the Ugrian tribe of Magyars set out in the ninth century AD on the long westward migration which eventually brought them to Central Europe as the founders ofthe Hungarian nation.
SIBERIA INY ADED the Ob and the centre of the Khanate of Sibir (near present-day Tobolsk), the political influence of the Siberian Tatars extended far beyond the Mansi-Khanty tribes in their immediate vicinity, to the Koda and Obdor Khanty on the lower Ob. 2 Oearly the Russians could not with impunity extend their colonisation of oorthern Siberia farther to the east so long as the whole Ob region on their right flank, as well as the Volga-Kama region, was held by hostile Tatars. This situation was changing, however.
A history of the peoples of siberia by James Forsyth