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Unformatted text preview: GREAT MIGRATIONS IN THE GREAT FOURTH AND FIFTH CENTURIES GREAT MIGRATIONS GREAT EASTERN SLAVS EASTERN THE EAST SLAVS NESTOR AND SYLVESTER PRIMARY CHRONICLE OR THE TALE OF BYGONE YEARS (around 1111) TWELVE TRIBES OBSHCHINA (COMMON) MIR (WORLD) VERV (ROPE) THE VIKINGS THE NORSEMEN, NORSEMEN, VARANGIANS ILMEN SLAVS ILMEN NOVGOROD NOVGOROD “OUR WHOLE LAND IS GREAT AND RICH, BUT THERE IS NO ORDER IN IT. COME TO RULE AND REIGN OVER US!” 862 A.D. 862 THE ORIGIN OF RUSSIA RUSS (RUS, ROS, RHOS) THE NORMAN THEORY RUZZI (839) THE ROS’ RIVER RUS’ ROSSIYA RURIK (862-879) THE RURIKOVICH DYNASTY (8621598) CHRONOLOGY KIEVAN RUSSIA 862-1169 APPANAGE RUSSIA (DISSINTEGRATION) 1169-1240 ________________________________________________________ THE MONGOL YOKE MUSCOVITE RUSSIA 1240-1480 1480-1721 ________________________________________________________ RUSSIAN EMPIRE RUSSIAN REPUBLIC 1721 – MARCH 3 (16), 1917 MARCH 3 (16), 1917 – OCTOBER 25 (NOVEMBER 7), 1917 CHRONOLOGY THE SOVIET RUSSIA THE SOVIET UNION 1917-1922 1922-1991 ________________________________________________________ THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION 1991 – KIEVAN RUSSIA KIEVAN RURIK (862-879) OLEG (879-912) ASKOLD AND DIR ASKOLD OLEG ’S CONQUEST OF OLEG KIEV (882) “LET KIEV BE A MOTHER OF RUSSIAN CITIES! ” CITIES! OLEG ’S CONQUEST OF OLEG CONSTANTINOPOLE (907) THE FIRST TREATY (911) THE Extraterritoriality (consul jurisdiction) KIEVAN RUSSIA KIEVAN _ IGOR (912-945) _ _ _ _ ST. OLGA (945-962) _ CAMPAIGN AGAINST CONSTANTINOPOLE (941944) A NEW TREATY (944) DREVLIANE PIGEONS, SPARROWS, AND SULPHUR 955 (OLGA’S CONVERSION TO CHRISTIANITY) ST. CYRIL AND ST. METHODIUS (SECOND HALF OF THE NINTH CENTURY) KIEVAN RUSSIA KIEVAN SVIATOSLAV (962-972) UNIFICATION OF RUSSIA (971) PECHENEGS KIEVAN RUSSIA KIEVAN KIEVAN RUSSIA SSIA STATE MONOPOLY STATE GRAND PRINCE GRAND TRIBUTE-TAX TRIBUTE-TAX ARISTOCRACY ARISTOCRACY (DRUZHINA, BOYARS) BOYARS MIDDLE CLASS (MUZHI, MIDDLE LIUDI) PEASANTS (SMERDY) PEASANTS OBSHCHINA OBSHCHINA VLADIMIR THE SAINT (980-1015) VLADIMIR PERUN PERUN ADOPTION OF ADOPTION ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY CHRISTIANITY (AUGUST 1, 988) BASIL II BASIL II ANNE ANNE THE SCHISM (867-1054) THE 80 MONASTERIES (BY 80 1240) KIEVAN DIOCISE OF KIEVAN DIOCISE OF THE BYZANTINE PATRIARCHATE KIEVAN RUSSIA SSIA STATE MONOPOLY STATE ARISTOCRACY ARISTOCRACY (DRUZHINA, BOYARS) VOTCHINA (TAX VOTCHINA EXAMPT FARMLAND) PEASANTS (SMERDY) PEASANTS SERFS (KHOLOPY) SERFS DECLINE OF KIEVAN RUSSIA DECLINE IAROSLAV THE WISE (1019-1054) VLADIMIR MONOMAKH (1113-1125) ST. BORIS AND ST. GLEB ST. SVIATOPOLK THE SVIATOPOLK DAMNED (1015-1019) THE RUSSIAN JUSTICE THE THE CIVIL WAR (1036THE 1113) THE POLOVTSY THE ONSLAUGHT (1061) MONOMAKH ’S 83 MONOMAKH MILITARY CAMPAIGNS CAMPAIGNS AGAINST POLOVTSY ANDREW ANDREW BOGOLIUBSKII ’S BOGOLIUBSKII DESTRUCTION OF KIEV KIEV (1169) DECLINE OF KIEVAN RUSSIA DECLINE ...
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