RUSS 280; notes weeks 1 and 2
RUSS 280; notes weeks 1 and 2 Russ 280
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Varangians invited Riurik (862) to rule Riurik Dynasty Son named Igor married Olga Had a child named Sviatoslav at Riurik's death Relative, Oleg, governs for Igor until he is old enough Sviatoslav has a son named Vladimir Vladimir christianizes all of Russia in 988 In 882, Oleg captures Kiev for Igor under Sviatoslav's empire which then spreads Kiev becoes the dominant city -> Kievan Rus' o Kiev Church: Cathedral of St. Sophia, built by Yaroslav the Wise in the 11th century Russia --> Christian o 1054 Schism: Western, Catholic Church, and Eastern Orthodox Church split o Russian Christianity comes from the Eastern Orthodox Church o Greek monks, Cyril and Methodius, bring religion and the alphabet (cyrillic) to Russians o Language called Church Slavonic merges with old Russian --> Russian Kiev-Caves Monastery (Kiev monks lived here) o society took over and returned it to the Church o founded in the 11th century Kievan-Rus' 900s-1200s o Trade with Europe o Prince Yaroslav the Wise's daughter, Anna, married the King Mongol/Tatar Invasion and Yoke o 1237 invasion, 2 centuries of domination o Invasion ceased at Russia (Moscow) o Russia saved Europe o European culture had been stopped, then restarted again Primary Chronicle o Written by Monk Nestor o Begun c. 1040 and lasted until 1118 o Literature (history): Saint's Lives Tale of Olga's Revenge (945) Igor Tale o Prince Ivor of Novgorod (different Igor) tries unsuccessfully to fight Polovtsians/Kumans in 1185 o Author unknown o Called a forgery by some --> huge debates/arguments over this o Style may remind you of Homer's epic poem, "The Iliad"
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