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Unformatted text preview: APPANAGE RUSSIA (1169-1240) APPANAGE THE NORTHEAST RUSSIA THE GEORGE OF THE LONG ARM (1132-1157) ANDREW BOGOLIUBSKII (1157-1174) CITY OF SUZDAL CITY IURII DOLGORUKII, SON IURII OF VLADIMIR MONOMAKH CITY OF VLADIMIR CITY GRAND PRINCE VS. GRAND BOYARS DVORIANE (VASSALS, DVORIANE KNIGHTS, RETAINERS, POMESHCHIKI) POMESTIE (FIEF) POMESTIE VSEVOLOD OF THE LARGE VSEVOLOD NEST (1176-1212) ST. DMITRII CATHEDRAL ST. AT VLADIMIR THE CHURCH OF THE INTERCESSION THE OF OUR LADY ON THE NERL RIVER BOGOLIUBOVO VO MONASTERY AT IURIEV MONASTERY POLSKOI WOODERN CHURCH AT YURIEV WOODERN POLSKOI GENGHIS KHAN (1155-1227) TEMUJIN (TEMUCHIN) NUKHER (NÖKHÖR) WANG KHAN KURULTAI (1206) THE ONON RIVER CHINGGIS KHAN (JENGHIZ KHAN) THE MONGOLS (THE TATARS) GENGHIS KHAN’S CONQUESTS Chinese Kingdom Xi Xia (1205-9, 1217-27) Chinese Kingdom Jin (1211-15) Central Asia (1219-21) ÖGÖDEI (reigned 12291241) BATU KHAN (Russia) HULAGU (The Abbasid) MONGOLS IN RUSSIA MONGOLS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ TATARS (TARTARS) 1223 (THE KALKA RIVER) BATU KHAN (1205-55) AND HIS CONQUESTS VOLGA BULGARS (1236) MUROM-RIAZAN (1237) VLADIMIR (1238) SOUTHEAST RUSSIA (1239) KIEV (SEPTEMBERDECEMBER 1240) NOVGOROD NOVGOROD ALEXANDER NEVSKII (1220-1263) VECHE (TOWN ASSEMBLY) THE NEVA RIVER (1239) THE ORDER OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST. MARY OF THE TEUTONS IN JERUSALEM (1198) BATTLE ON THE LAKE (APRIL 5, 1242) THE MONGOL YOKE (1240-1480) AND THE THE RISE OF MOSCOW _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ IARLYK (TRADEMARK) (TRADEMARK) DANIEL, SON OF ALEXANDER NEVSKII (1276-1303) 1299 (METROPOLITAN MOVED TO VLADIMIR) STRUGGLE WITH A CITY OF TVER IVAN KALITA OR JOHN THE MONEYBAG (1328-1340) 1328 (METROPOLITAN MOVED TO MOSCOW) DMITRII DONSKOI (1363-1389) SEPTEMBER 8, 1380 (KULIKOVO BATTLE) THE RISE OF MOSCOW THE IVAN III THE GREAT (1462-1505) BASIL I (1389-1425) BASIL (1389-1425) THE GATHERING OF THE RUSSIA UNDER IVAN III IVAN III Novgorod (1478) Novgorod Tver (1483) Tver IVAN ’S MARRIAGE TO IVAN SOPHIA (ZOE) PALEOLOGUE (1472) TSAR (CZAR) TSAR THE THIRD ROME THE 1480 (TERMINATION OF 1480 OF THE MONGOL YOKE) STANDING AT THE STANDING UGRA RIVER (1480) THE MUSCOVITE RUSSIA THE CODE OF LAWS (1497) CODE THE BOYAR DUMA THE (COUNCIL) DVORIANE (VASSALS, DVORIANE KNIGHTS, RETAINERS, POMESHCHIKI) POMESTIE (FIEF) POMESTIE ST. GEORGE’S DAY ST. (NOVEMBER 29) SERFDOM SERFDOM IVAN THE TERRIBLE IVAN (August 25, 1530 – March 18, 1584) GRAND PRINCE (1533) GRAND HELEN GLINSKY (regent 1553-8) HELEN BOYAR RULE (1553-47) BOYAR TSAR (1547) TSAR ANASTESIA ROMANOV ANASTESIA THE FIRST PERIOD (1547-60) THE THE CHOSEN COUNCIL THE (METROPOLITAN MACARIUS, ALEXIS ADASHEV, SYLVESTER, ANDREW KURBSKY) REFORMS REFORMS ZEMSKII SOBOR OR ESTATESZEMSKII OR GENERAL (1549) STATE CONTROL OVER FOREIGN STATE TRADE THE COUNCIL OF A HUNDRED THE CHAPTERS (1551) CHURCH COULD NOT ACQUIRE MORE CHURCH LAND NEW LEGAL CODE (1550-1) NEW THE EXPANSION OF RUSSIA • MILITARY REFORM (1550) • REGULARY ARMY (STRELTSY) • MILITARY SERVICE FOR ALL GENTRY (1556) • IVAN IV’S CONQUESTS • KAZAN KHANATE (1552) • ASTRAKHAN (1556) • LIVONIAN WAR (1558-83) • WESTERN SIBERIA (1582) CATHEDRAL OF THE INTERCESSION OF THE VIRGIN OR CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. BASIL THE BLESSED IN MOSCOW BARMA AND POSNIK IVAN THE TERRIBLE (1530-1584) IVAN THE SECOND PERIOD THE (1560-84) IVAN IV ’S SICKNESS IVAN (1553) THE DEATH OF THE ANASTESIA (1560) KURBSKY’S BETRAYAL KURBSKY (1560) FLIGHT TO FLIGHT ALEKSANDROV (1564) NEW REFORMS (1564NEW 1572) OPRICHNINA (APART) OPRICHNINA (APART) ZEMSHCHINA (LAND) ZEMSHCHINA (LAND) OPRICHNIKI OPRICHNIKI DEATH (MARCH 18, 1584) DEATH ...
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