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It also gave women greater power over the estates in that had been willed to them, or received in their wedding dowry.
In pre-Petrine centuries the Russian tsars had never been concerned with educating their people, neither the wealthy nor the serfs.
In 1730 Anna Ivanova revoked the Law of Single Inheritance, as it had been a major point of contestation among the nobility since Peter first announced it in 1714.
After 1731, property rights were expanded to include inheritance in land property.
“The provision of formal education for women began only in 17, when Catherine II established first the Smolny Institute for girls of the nobility in St.
Its fall in 1991 led, as in most of the former communist bloc countries of Eastern Europe, to an economic collapse and other social problems.The life of an ethnic Russian woman can be dramatically different from the life of a Bashkir, Chechen, or Yakuts (Sakha) woman; just as the life of a woman from a lower-class rural family can be different from the life of a woman from an upper-middle-class urban family.