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  Andrei Bogolyubsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Becoming "ruler of all Suzdal land", Andrei Bogolyubsky transferred his capital to Vladimir, strengthened it and constructed the magnificent Assumption Cathedral and other churches and monasteries.
During Andrei Bogolyubsky’s reign Vladimir-Suzdal principality attained significant power and was the strongest among the Rus' principalities.
Amplification of princely authority and conflict with outstanding boyars was the cause of a plot against Andrei Bogolyubsky, as a result of which he was killed on the night of June 28 to June 29, 1174.
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 Tours. Vocational Education and Training in the context of Life Long Learning
In 1157 Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky moved the capital of Vladimir-Suzdal Principality to Vladimir.
The seat of Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky was located in a small town Bogolyubovo, which is located close to Vladimir.
Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky was one of those, who admired the cult of Our Lady and introduced it actively in Russia.
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 Imperialtravel.net - Plases: Bogolubovo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Town was founded by and named after Andrei Bogolyubsky, grandson of the prince Vladimir Monomakh.
After coming to power in 1157, Andrei Bogolyubsky, who was known as deeply religious man, began active construction of churches, fort, living quarters, and tower.
century, Bogolyubovo became a monastery, and Andrei Bogolyubsky was canonized.
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Andrei Bogolyubsky's father, Prince Yury Dolgoruky, was at this time the Grand Prince of Kiev, thus making Andrei (the oldest son) the rightful heir to the Kievan throne.
With the aid of Prince Andrei's wife Ulita (a nomadic princess from the Tatar-Kipchak tribe), the Kuchkovicks conspired to assassinate the prince.
The citizens blamed Prince Andrei’s treacherous wife, Ulita, for his death and the subsequent “evil signs.” Convinced she was to blame for these portents of bad fortune, the citizens drowned her in a nearby lake.
www.reec.uiuc.edu /outreach/fulbright/documents/vladimirhistory.doc   (22495 words)

  
 The Invisible City of Kitezh: The Memory about Tmutarakan' by Sergei V. Rjabchikov - English
Prince Yury (Georgy) Andeevich Bogolyubsky was a son of the Grand Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky and a nephew of the Grand Prince Vsevolod Yur'evich Bol'shoe Gnezdo.
Georgy, the son of Andrei Bogolyubsky, was not mentioned in our chronicles after 1175, but he is a prominent person in the history of Georgia.
Georgy, the son of the Grand Prince Andrei, was exiled by his uncle Vsevolod and incarcerated in Savalta and escaped from this place to Svinch to a Cumanian khan.
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 Сетевая образовательная программа.The Church Of The Intercession On The River Nerl.
The church was consecrated to the Intercession of the Virgin, a festival unknown in Byzantium, which is thought to have been introduced by Andrei to strengthen the prestige of the Vladimir-Suzdal Principality.
There is also a legend that Prince Andrei built this church in the meadows not far from his Bogolyubovo palace after the death of his favourite son, Izyaslav, in memory of him and to assuage his own sorrow.
It contained a kind of parallel between King David and Andrei Bogolyubsky, who had much in common in their struggle for power to create a strong state.
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 Mother of God page4
The icon was brought from Constantinople to Vyshgorod, near Kiev, and in 1155 Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky took it to Vladimir.
The feast of the Intercession was established in Russia in the city of Vladimir during the reign of Prince Andrei Bogolubsky.
The Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God was venerated as a national sacred possession.The story of Image of Vladimir Mother of God is the following: Iconographically it falls under the Eleusa type (eleusa -"pity" or "tenderness" in Greek) or Umileniye in Russian.
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 Yuri Bogolyubsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yuri Bogolyubsky (Russian: Юрий Боголюбский), known as Giorgi Rusi (Georgian: გიორგი რუსი, George the Russian) in Georgia, was a Russian prince of Novgorod (1172-1175).
Married to Queen Regnant Tamar of Georgia, he was a consort of the Kingdom of Georgia from 1185 until being expelled from the country in 1188.
Son of Grand Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky of Vladimir-Suzdal, he ruled Novgorod from 1172 to 1175.
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 [Russia 1: culture]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The architecture of the brief yet turbulent period of the energetic and educated ruler, Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky (1158-1174), looked entirely different and set new standards for an equally brief and brilliant period in the history of Russian art.
In the same years, on top of a high hill dominating the city and the valley of the Klyazma River, began busy work on the largest building in Vladimir, the Cathedral of the Assumption, which Andrei Bogolyubsky expected to turn into a new religious centre of Russia.
This small slender church that produces an indelible impression by the breathtaking delicacy of its design and exquisite proportions stands on the crest of a man-made hill, the lake mirroring its graceful lines.
www.russia-hc.ru /eng/culture/archit/archit1.cfm   (1157 words)

  
 The Moscow News
Unlike ancient Russian trade towns like Yaroslavl, Vladimir was founded as a fortress and an official residence of the county's ruler, Andrei Bogolyubsky, the prince that first moved here from Rostov.
Prince Andrei also commanded the building of walls (10 m high) and gates as well as the building of the two most famous cathedrals of Vladimir: the Assumption Cathedral and the St. Demetrius one.
BOGOLUBOVO is a small settlement near Vladimir; it was here that Andrei Bogolyubsky built his residence to protect himself from intrigues and conspiracies.
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 CONTEXT - This Week in Arts and Ideas from The Moscow Times   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In its original form, the cathedral was modestly decorated with white-stone reliefs depicting women's faces, animals and ornamental motifs on the exterior, while frescoes by Andrei Rublyov and Daniil Chyorny adorned the interior.
One of the main attractions of the Assumption Cathedral is the Virgin of Vladimir icon, brought to Vladimir from Kiev by Andrei Bogolyubsky of Vyshgorod.
That night, the Virgin Mary appeared before Bogolyubsky and commanded him to build a monastery on the spot where his caravan had stopped.
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 BATTLE OF NOVGOROD AND SUZDAL
The icon was kept in the Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior on Ilyina Street.
When the forces of the prince of Suzdal, Andrei Bogolyubsky, attacked Novgorod in 1170, the icon was taken from the church and placed on the walls of the city.
The evil Suzdalians shot arrows at the icon and it turned its face from them, taking away the light which emanated from it and leaving them in the darkness.
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 Kievan Rus Database (1175)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The boyars of Vladimir-Suzdal decided to do away with their Grand Prince, Andrei Bogolyubsky, who was unpopular because of his despotsism and because of the fruitless wars he was always waging.
One night some of the boyars, aided by Andrei's household manager, Anbal, murdered Andrei in his palace.
Taking advantage of the chaos, a group of artisans and peasants started looting the magnificent palace and the prince's estates.
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 A Timeline of the History of the City of Vladimir, Russia on the Golden Ring (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky, son of Prince Yuri Dolgoruky (“The Long Arm”), officially transfers the throne from Suzdal to Vladimir
Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky is murdered and Vsevolod III (“Big Nest”) ascends the throne.
The Nativity Monastery, where Andrei Bogolyubsky and Alexander Nevsky are later buried, is founded.
www.vladimir-russia.net.cob-web.org:8888 /history/timeline.htm   (487 words)

  
 Welcome to Adobe GoLive 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It is the most famous of the icons traditionally attributed to St. Luke.
It was brought to Kiev from Constantinople in 1155, then taken by the Great Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky during his sacking of Kiev.
In 1161 it was placed in the city of Vladimir, from which the name is derived.
www.orthodoxchurch.com /pages/Icons/vladimirmog1.html   (147 words)

  
 Transfiguration of Our Lord Russian Orthodox Church
The presentation took the form of a ceremonious procession, in which the Lord’s Cross was carried out on this day (August 1st by the old calendar) in Constantinople and in Russia.
The wondrous sight filled Prince Andrei with such fervor, that with the help of God he won a complete victory over his enemies.
On that same day, the Greek King Manuel saw a similar miracle from the icon of the Holy Virgin among his own troops – the emanation of the fiery rays, shining over the entire army, and on that day he, too, was victorious against the Saracens.
www.holy-transfiguration.org /transfig_saviours.html   (1511 words)

  
 Travel Agency Fremad Russia, Golden Ring. Bogolyubovo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The extant fragments of the mansion of Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky are now part of a monastery.
The Bogolyubovo Monastery-cum-Convent is the only example of church democracy, so to speak, with regard to the sexes, for both monks and nuns live on its premises.
Its main sacred object is, as before, the icon of Our Lady of Bogolyubovo painted from the words of Prince Andrei.
www.fremad-russia.com /bogolub.htm   (168 words)

  
 History of Art: Byzantine Art
Up to the 20th century, only the Golden Gates of Vladimir, despite much 18th-century restoration, could be regarded as an authentic monument of pre-Mongolian period.
In the 1940s, the archaeologist Nikolai Voronin discovered the well-preserved remains of Andrei Bogolyubsky's palace in Bogolyubovo, dating from 1158-65.
The Saint Sophia Cathedral was built in 11 century.
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 Tatar Overlordship
The family of Yuri Dolgoruky, who was the Prince of Rostov until 1157 gained control over the rest of the princes.
His son, Andrei Bogolyubsky took Kiev, and with it the right to the title of Grand Prince.
From then on all of his descendants would be Grand Princes.
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 [Russia 1: orthodoxy]
Gleb, Prince of Vladimir, was the youngest son of Saint Andrei Bogolyubsky, Prince of Vladimir (1157-1174).
From his earliest childhood St. Gleb, who only lived to age 19 or 20, dedicated his life to God
His father, St. Andrei Bogolyubsky, was renowned for his Godly deeds and ended his earthly life as a martyr.
www.russia-hc.ru /eng/religion/legend/GlebVlad.cfm   (439 words)

  
 Russia, Middle East, Israel, Hezbollah - JRL 7-28-06
If Iran attaches more demands to its response to the international community, Moscow will probably be inclined to support some of these, which will introduce new tensions between Russia and the United States.
After decades of vehemently opposing the West, and then following its lead, Russia is finally discovering its national interests – particularly in the realm of foreign policy.
Just ask them about Andrei Bogolyubsky, when he lived.
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 handbookindex
However, the decline of the trade routes through Byzantium, and an apparent exhaustion of the Arab silver mines caused the importance of the cities of Kiev and Novgorod to lessen.
From the 11th to the 13th centuries there were dynastic wars between the under-princes subject to Kiev, and when Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky captured Kiev in 1169 he moved the capital to his new city of Vladimir.
The Rus intermarried with the subject Slavs and took on their customs to such an extent that though they were still ruled by the descendants of Rurik, they had practically ceased to exist as a separate race by the 13th century.
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 New Times | Socitey | WHAT IS LACKING IN VLADIMIR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bogolyubsky liked it, preferring it to his town of Vyshgorod which had been given to him by his
Andrei Bogolyubsky wished to free Rus from the influence of Byzantine, so
Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky are now part of a monastery.
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 MOSCOW CITY TOUR RUSSIA USSR ex-USSR (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The ancient great town Vladimir is situated 45 km to the south from Suzdal.
The great Cathedral of Dormition stands in the town center.
He was the first one, who introduced the Holiday of Intercession of Our Lady (October 14) and in the first written mention of Suzdal dates back to the year of 1024.
www.voentour.com.cob-web.org:8888 /classic/vladimir.shtml   (651 words)

  
 Georgia:History
On the decision of the darbazi Queen Tamar married Prince Yuri Bogolyubsky, son of the Grand Duke of Suzdal Andrei Bogolyubsky (1185).
The Prince consort Yuri became involved in the inner-class struggle that developed at the Georgian royal court.
The promotion of the merchant class into social life is attested by the fact that a wealthy merchant, Zankan Zorababel, took part in the organization of Queen Tamar's marriage, and it was he who fetched Prince Yuri Bogolyubsky to Georgia.
www.cac-biodiversity.org /geo/geo_history.htm   (14606 words)

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