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The Rise of Muscovy
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The Rise of Muscovy

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This PowerPoint presents the rise of Muscovy, including the reign of Ivan the Terrible.

This PowerPoint presents the rise of Muscovy, including the reign of Ivan the Terrible.

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  • Sorok sorokov, zlataglavaia Moskva; first mention in a chronicle of 1147
  • City wall
  • Son of Nevsky; 1st descendant of Rurik branch of the dynasty; established Muscovite state
  • Bear skin
  • Novgorod: 1494, Lithuania, Kazan Khanate
  • Significantly increased territory, invited metropolitans to settle in Moscow, support of Church, religious center; encouraged commerce, taxation (the “Moneybags”)
  • 1382 after siege of Moscow had to accept subjugation to Mongols again, despite victory in 1380
  • 1st national sovereign
  • Sceptre: Roman and Byzantine empires; eagle: Byzantine
  • Coronation, beginning w/Ivan IV
  • Mongols, boyars, church, similar style of dress, Byzantine influence
  • End of Mongol yoke
  • Struggle 1471-94; access to the Baltic Sea and thus the West
  • Very elaborate ceremony; Romanov
  • Member of Chosen Council, one of Ivan’s closest advisors, accused of poisoning Ivan’s wife, forced into exile, then all his friends were tortured and killed
  • Before Ivan IV
  • halos
  • Christ on banner
  • Khanate of Sibir
  • Horsey wrote that there were so many jewels on Ivan’s robe he could hardly move, and that his scepter was a 3-foot-long whale’s tooth crusted with jewels; floorwas of agate, roof of golds, heaps of jewels: emeralds, rubies, pearls; crowns of Muscovy, Kazan, Astrakhan, Siberia; coins and other booty Commerce w/England from 1553
  • Son was angry because Ivan had beaten his pregnant wife for wearing improper clothing and possibly caused a miscarriage.
  • Aristocratic warriors and advisors of princes
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    • 1. The Rise of Muscovy
    • 2. Medieval Moscow
    • 3. Monument to Yury Dolgoruky, “The Founder of Moscow” (c. 1099-1157)
    • 4. The Founding of Moscow Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 5. Moscow Coat of Arms
    • 6. St. George, Moscow
    • 7. Daniel, Grand Prince of Moscow (1261-1303)
    • 8. Court of a Feudal Russian Prince in Moscow, 13th Century Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 9. Growth of Muscovy, 14th-15th Centuries
    • 10. Ivan Kalita (1288-1340) Grand Prince of Moscow
    • 11. Dmitry Donskoi (1350-89) Grand Prince of Moscow
    • 12. Moscow Kremlin under Dmitry Donskoi Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 13. Crown of Monomakh Sergei Kirillov, 1993
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    • 15. Ivan III, The Great (1440-1505) Grand Prince of Moscow and All of Russia “The Gatherer of the Russian Lands”
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    • 18. Seal and Symbol of Moscow
    • 19. Cathedral of the Assumption Moscow Kremlin, 1479
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    • 22. Moscow Kremlin under Ivan III Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 23. Ivan III Tearing Up the Khan’s Letter (1476) Aleksei Livshenko
    • 24. Great Stand on the Ugra River, 1480 16th-Century Chronicle Illustration
    • 25. Destruction of Novgorod by Ivan III (1494) Klavdy Lebedev, c. 1916
    • 26. The Moscow Kremlin at the Time of Ivan III Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 27. Ivan IV, The Terrible 1530-84
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    • 34. Ivan the Terrible Viktor Vasnetsov, 1897
    • 35. Fyodor Chaliapin as Ivan IV, 1911
    • 36. Ivan the Terrible Sergei Kirillov, 1990
    • 37. Marriage of Ivan IV and Anastasia Zakharinia (1547)
    • 38. Ivan IV and The Priest Sylvester During the Fire of Moscow, 1547 Pavel Pleshanov
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    • 41. Kazan Before the Siege of 1552 Firinat Khalikov
    • 42. Medieval Kazan
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    • 45. Ivan IV Beneath the Walls of Kazan Konstantin Korovin
    • 46. Conquest of Kazan Nikolai Roerich, 1916
    • 47. Conquest of Kazan
    • 48. Astrakhan (Conquered 1556)
    • 49. Conquest of Siberia by Ermak (1581) Vasily Surikov, 1895
    • 50. Capture of Pskov by Ivan IV (1581) Konstantin Briullov
    • 51. Ivan Shows his Treasure to English Ambassador Jerome Horsey Aleksandr Litvochenko, 1875
    • 52. Death of Anastasia (1560) Ilya Repin
    • 53. Ivan the Terrible Begging to Become a Monk Vladimir Lebedev
    • 54. Ivan the Terrible with Close Advisors Andrei Ryabushkin, 1903
    • 55. Ivan the Terrible and His Son on November 15, 1581 Ilya Repin, 1885
    • 56. Ivan the Terrible at the Deathbed of his Son Ivan Viacheslav Schwartz
    • 57. Boris Godunov with Ivan the Terrible Ilya Repin
    • 58. Throne of Ivan the Terrible Carved and Gilded Wood, Carved Ivory
    • 59. Bible of Ivan the Terrible
    • 60. Fool with Monomakh’s Cap Sergei Kirillov, 1999
    • 61. Oprichniki Viktor Vasnetsov
    • 62. Oprichniki
    • 63. Land Assembly
    • 64. Prince Andrei Kurbsky
    • 65. Boyars
    • 66. Boyars
    • 67. Russian Embassy to Germany Under Ivan IV
    • 68. Detail
    • 69. Boyars and Tsar
    • 70. Boyars Ivan Bilibin
    • 71. At the Tsar’s Service Alexander Makovsky
    • 72. Waiting for the Tsar to Exit Andrei Ryabushkin, 1901
    • 73. Boyar with the Tsar’s Dipper Sergei Kirillov, 1992
    • 74. Dipper of Ivan the Terrible Sergei Kirillov, 1999
    • 75. Boyars Visiting Ivan Goriushkin-Sorokopudov, 1912
    • 76. A Boyar’s Wedding in the 17th Century Konstantin Makovsky, 1883
    • 77. Kissing Custom at the Feast of Boyar Morozov Konstantin Makovsky, 1895
    • 78. Boyaryshnya Konstantin Makovsky, 1886
    • 79. Boyaryshnya at the Window Konstantin Makovsky
    • 80. Boyar Duma Andrei Ryabushkin, 1893
    • 81. Boyar in the Duma Sergei Kirillov, 1994
    • 82. Scenes of the 16th and 17th Centuries
    • 83. Red Palace Andrei Ryabushkin, 1899
    • 84. In the Palace Andrei Ryabushkin, 1880s
    • 85. Old Moscow Street Andrei Ryabushkin, 1890
    • 86. 17th-Century Moscow Boris Olshansky
    • 87. 17th-Century Moscow Street on a Holiday Andrei Ryabushkin, 1895
    • 88. 17th-Century Russian Women in Church Andrei Ryabushkin, 1899
    • 89. Red Square Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 90. Moscow Kremlin at the End of the 17th Century Apollinary Vasnetsov
    • 91. Palace of a Prince Viktor Vasnetsov
    • 92. A Prince’s Estate Alexander Maximov
    • 93. Medieval Russian City Vladislav Izmailovich
    • 94. 16th-Century Architecture
    • 95. Novodevichy Convent Moscow, 1520s
    • 96. Church of the Resurrection Pskov, 1532
    • 97. Church of St. Nicholas Pskov, 1535
    • 98. Nativity Cathedral, Suzdal, 1222, Renovated in 16th Century
    • 99. St. Basil’s Cathedral Moscow, 1555-61
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    • 105. Church of St. Andrew the Pious Bogolyubovo, 1565
    • 106. Solovetsky Monastery, 1436-1594
    • 107. Monastery of St. Euthymius Suzdal, 16th Century
    • 108. Cathedral of St. Michael, Moscow Kremlin, Late 16th Century
    • 109. Church of the Transfiguration Near Moscow, Late 16th Century
    • 110. Old English Court Moscow, Late 16th Century

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