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What is a collegiate assessor?

Last Updated: 14th February, 2020

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An assessor may be: Assessor (property), an expert who calculates the value of property. Collegiate Assessor, a civil rank in Imperial Russia. Assessor (Italy), a member of the executive board in Italian local government.

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Besides, what was the purpose of the Table of Ranks?

As the grid layout made plain, one of the purposes of the Table of Ranks was to correlate status across different branches of service. For example, chancellor in the civil service and field marshal-general in the army both held rank one.

One may also ask, what effect did Peter's Table of Ranks have on the nobility? This system, introduced by Peter I the Great, granted anyone who attained the eighth rank the status of a hereditary noble. It thus caused dissatisfaction among the old aristocracy, which lost its exclusiveness as well as its hereditary right to high office. The Table of Ranks, with minor changes, was used until 1917.

One may also ask, what is a titular Councillor?

Titular councillor - the civil rank of the ninth class in the imperial table of ranks. It matched: In the army. Shtabs-captain in the infantry. Poruchik - in the guard.

What were Russian nobles called?

The Russian word for nobility, Dvoryanstvo (дворянство), derives from the Russian word dvor (двор), meaning the Court of a prince or duke (kniaz) and later, of the tsar. A noble was called dvoryanin (pl. dvoryane).

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