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The Mongol Invasion of Rus’
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Novgorod (Новгород)
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Novgorod (Новгород)
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Rostov (Ростов)
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Kostroma (Кострома)
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Kostroma (Кострома)
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Murom (Муром)
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Suzdal (Суздал)
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Suzdal (Суздал)
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St. Sophia, Kiev
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View of the Dnepr & Statue of St. Vladimir, Kiev
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Prince Boyars Slaves Merchants Artisans Peasants Semi-free persons S tructure of Kievan Rus’ Society
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Icon depicting the invasion of Novgorod by rival city of Vladimir- Suzdal, 1169 CE
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Factors in the Decline of Kievan Rus’ Internal dissent & instability Lack of a central authority • Attacks by Rus’ cities on each other, attacks by nomadic tribes
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Temuchin proclaimed “Chinghiz Khan”.
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2012 for the course RUSS 110 taught by Professor Barbarajhenry during the Spring '07 term at University of Washington.

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