Gate Church of the Kiev-Pechersk Lares. XII century.
Lyubechsky Castle Vladimir Monomakh. The beginning of the XII century. Reconstruction.
Kiev in the XI-XII centuries. Layout-reconstruction.
Church of the Intercession-on-Nerl near the hierarchy. Shrine dedicated to the celebration of Our Lady was first established by Prince Andrew Bogolyubsky in Vladimir. The church originally had county galleries, Hill and trading harbor were stacked slabs of white stone. In 1165.
Ruins of Gold Thieves in Kiev, built by Prince Yaroslav the Wise. Engraving of the XIX century.
The interior of St. Sophia. Culture of Kievan Rus.
The tomb of Yaroslav the Wise in St. Sophia. Engraving of the XIX century.
Yaroslav’s Court in Novgorod. XII century.
Golden Gate in Kiev, built in Yaroslavl the Wise. XI century. Layout-reconstruction.
Virgin Orans. Mosaic in the apse of St. Sophia.
Demetrius Cathedral in Vladimir. 1194-1197 years.
Thumbnail Ostromir of the gospel. 1056-1057 years.
Bogatyri.Hudozhnik Vasnetsov. 1898
Princess Olga talks with the Byzantine emperor. Thumbnail of “The Chronicles” Kedrin-Skylitzes.
Writing about the death of “king” of Yaroslav the Wise. On the wall of St. Sophia Cathedral in Kiev ..
Yaroslav the Wise. Reconstruction Gerasimov
Head of St. Sophia Cathedral in Novgorod. 1045-1050 years.
Birch-bark scroll “of a Zhiznomira Mikula,” tells the story of the trial. The beginning of the XII century.
Nestor the Chronicler. Sculptor M.Antokolsky. 1890
Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev. Beginning construction in 1037
Thumbnails of the Radziwill Chronicle. The end of the XV century.
Thumbnail of the Radziwill Chronicle. The end of the XV century.
Church of the Tithes. (Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary). Kiev. The first stone church in Kievan Rus.
Vladimir. Coin. Zlatnik Vladimir Svyatoslav with his image.
X century. (enlarged)
Artist K. Lebedev. 1903
The Georgian enamel. VIII – IX centuries.
V-VI centuries. Mr. Oe. Matenadaran. Armenia
The sculpture of painted clay. 1st century AD Uzbekistan.
Golden Scythian sculpture. The IV. BC Dnepropetrovsk region.
Fragment. The IV. BC Dnepropetrovsk region.
The sculpture in marble. Old Nisa. The II. BC
Petroglyph (rock drawings). The territory of Russia