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  Tsar: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Tsar (Russian царь, from Latin Caesar, cognate with German Kaiser; also spelt Czar in English) was the title used for the rulers of Russia from 1546 to 1917.
It was adopted by Ivan IV as symbolic of a change in the nature of the Russian monarchy.
Tsar was also the title of the rulers of Bulgaria in 893 - 1014, 1085 - 1396 and 1908 - 1946, and of Serbia in 1346 - 1371.
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 Tsar - listen to free MP3 song download & watch music videos - MOG
Tsar (Bulgarian, Serbian and Macedonian цар, Russian, in scientific transliteration respectively car and car'), occasionally spelled Czar or Tzar and sometimes Csar or Zar in English, is a Slavonic term designating certain monarchs.
Originally, and indeed during most of its history, the title tsar meant Emperor in the European medieval sense of the term, i.e., a ruler who has the same rank as a Roman or Byzantine emperor due to recognition by another emperor or a supreme ecclesiastical off...
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  Thousands of NAMES for your dog, horse, cat, pet or child from Chinaroad Lowchens of Australia -
A list of Native American super hero characters that can be found in all forms of media.
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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > List of Russian tsars
Tsar (Russian царь, from Latin Caesar, cognate with German Kaiser; also spelt Czar in English) was the title used for the rulers of Russia from 1546 to 1917.
It was adopted by Ivan IV as symbolic of a change in the nature of the Russian monarchy.
Tsar was also the title of the rulers of Bulgaria in 893 - 1014, 1085 - 1396 and 1908 - 1946, and of Serbia in 1346 - 1371.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/li/List_of_Russian_tsars   (558 words)

  
  Britain.tv Wikipedia - Muscovy
The Great Princedom of Moscow, as the state is known in Russian records, was the predecessor of the Russian Empire and the successor of Kievan Rus' in its northern and eastern lands.
At the beginning of the 16th century the Russian state set the national goal to regain all Russian territories lost as a result of the Mongolian invasion and to protect the borderland against attacks of hordes.
Russian boyars signed in 1610 a treaty of peace, recognising Ladislaus IV of Poland, son of Polish king Sigismund III Vasa, as tzar (which was opposed by his father, however who wanted the throne for himself).
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 Tsar   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Muscovite ruler was recognized as an emperor by Maximilian I, the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire in 1514.
However, the first Russian ruler to be formally crowned as "tsar of all Russia" was Ivan IV, until then known as Grand Prince of all Russia (1547).
Since the word "tsar" remained the popular designation of the Russian ruler despite the official change of style, its transliteration of this title in foreign languages such as English is commonly used also, in fact chiefly, for the Russian Emperors up to 1917.
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 Britain.tv Wikipedia - Tsar
The Muscovite ruler was recognized as an emperor by Maximilian I, the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire in 1514.
However, the first Russian ruler to be formally crowned as "tsar of all Russia"?title=was Ivan IV, until then known as Grand Prince of all Russia (1547).
Since the word "tsar"?title=remained the popular designation of the Russian ruler despite the official change of style, its transliteration of this title in foreign languages such as English is commonly used also, in fact chiefly, for the Russian Emperors up to 1917.
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 [A-List] Turkey: "Soldier of God" opens fire in courtroom
When the Greek rebellion appeared to be over, in 1827, the combined British, French and Russian fleets annihilated the Egyptian navy at Navarino, and three years later the 1830 Treaty of London forced the Ottomans to acknowledge the formation of a new state, in the southern area of modern Greece.
In an irony of geopolitics, the Russian nemesis landed its troops between Muhammad Ali's army and Istanbul and became the Ottomans' savior.
The Ottomans fell from the status of a rival to the status of a Russian protectorate.
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 Russian / American Cultural Contrasts
Russian blood is a mixture of Slavic, Finnish, and Tatar.
Russian ethnicity, culture, and nationalism are identified with Russian Orthodoxy, the state religion in Russia for almost a thousand years.
Russians maintain their integrity in a way that conforms to their inner notion of what a human being should be, with a blatant honesty and integrity seldom seen elsewhere in the world.
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 RUSSIA
Although the Russian Varangians were assimilating with the Slavs quickly, as late as Mstislav I the rulers are still well aware of their Norse origins and have Scandinavian names as well as Slavic ones -- in his case Harald (which also happened to be the name of his English grandfather).
Russian rulers come to descend from a daughter of the last Saxon King of England, as the Capetian House of France came to descend from a daughter of Varoslav the Wise.
The numerical superiority that the Russians initially had in 1904 was rendered useless by the geographic division of their forces; and then the numerical parity of the Far Eastern fleet was rendered useless by avoidance of battle.
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 Geographi
Under Kalita, Russian metropolitans transferred their residence from Vladimir to Moscow, which thus became a political and clerical center, serving as the main force in the Russian reunification process and independence struggle.
Moscow became the capital of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic on March 12, 1918 and on December 30, 1922, it became the capital of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
The Russian Academy of Sciences, nearly 77 colleges, 44 professional theaters, Russia's largest state library and 68 museums (roughly 20 per cent of all national state-run museums) are also located in Moscow.
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 russian rulers
Russian Rulers from 1462 to 1917 (including dates of reign) House of Rurik...
By stating that they were emperors the Russian rulers could claim to be the head of the (Russian Orthodox) church and...
Russian rulers come to descend from a daughter of the...
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 Rus - Rulers
Rulers of Russia from Rurik to Nicholas II.
Below is a link to a chronological listing of the rulers irrespective of family succession each linked to their own relatives.
Chronological listing of rulers from Rurik to Nicholas II.
www.xenophon-mil.org /rushistory/rulers/rulers.htm   (412 words)

  
 Russian Oil Pipelines - Johnson's Russia List 1-11-03
So when "The Slynx," a highly literary novel that tracks the history of Russian culture by way of fantasy and allegory, came out in Moscow in 2000, she was pounced on by readers seeking confirmation of clues that could apply to the present just as easily as they could to the past.
The problem is that as a Russian writer with a burden of her last name, she has bigger ambitions.
Tolstaya is convinced that Russian rulers are never in fact as powerful as they seem, or as their people wish them to be.
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 russian election
Networks provide the information contained in those listings, and schedules for 17 March published in all major Russian newspapers referred to "The Unknown Putin: documentary film." The listings in those same newspapers for 20 March simply noted that RTR would show a "documentary film" at 6:25 p.m., with no mention of its subject.
The television listings in the pro-communist newspapers "Pravda" and "Sovetskaya Rossiya" regularly call their readers' attention to planned television and radio appearances by Zyuganov, but made no mention of the subject of RTR's scheduled documentary for 20 March.
Russian Public Television provoked a scandal by refusing to air a third commercial in the series, which showed prison inmates regretting that they had not voted for Yavlinskii.
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   1" rowspan="1"> Isabella I (of Castile), ruled jointly with Ferdinand II (of Aragón), 1474-1504 1" rowspan="1"> Ferdinand II, ruled jointly with 1" rowspan="1"> Hugh Capet, 987-96 1" rowspan="1"> Robert II (the Pious), son of Hugh Capet, 996-1031 1" rowspan="1"> Henry I, son of Robert II,
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Rulers
Rulers of Spain since 1474 RULERS OF SPAIN SINCE 1474 [Rulers of Spain since 1474] Rulers of Spain since 1474 (including dates of reign) Union of Castile and Aragón
Rulers of France since 987 RULERS OF FRANCE SINCE 987 [Rulers of France since 987] Rulers of France since 987 (including dates of reign) The Capetians
In Greek usage, a despot was ruler of a household and master of its slaves.
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 List of Finnish monarchs: Encyclopedia II - List of Finnish monarchs - Russian rulers of Finland
List of Finnish monarchs - Russian rulers of Finland: Encyclopedia II - List of Finnish monarchs - Russian rulers of Finland
List of Finnish monarchs - Russian rulers of Finland
List of Finnish monarchs - The House of Romanov
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 Rulers of Palenque
Needless to say, this is not the ruler that we have been discussing, nor is it likely to be a truly historical ruler of Palenque, given the date in the Preclassic period.
This ruler's name has also been spelled B'utz'ah Sak Chik, and it is important to realize that the "j" in the current spelling of B'utz'aj is actually pronounced as in Spanish, with the raspy glottal sound of the Spanish letter j.
When a ruler is associated with a toponym, the designation is Ajaw rather than Aj, "he of" (or "she of"), although the K'UH(UL) prefix of an emblem glyph is often absent on enemy monuments, essentially as a sign of disrepect.
www.mesoweb.com /palenque/resources/rulers/essay/text.html   (22064 words)

  
 List of Russian rulers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At different times, a ruler in Kievan Rus'/Muscovy/Imperial Russia bore the title of Kniaz (translated as Duke or Prince), Velikiy Kniaz (translated as Grand Duke, Grand Prince or Great Prince), Tsar, Emperor.
The Patriarchs, heads of the Russian Orthodox Church, also sometimes acted as the leaders of Russia — as, for example, during the Polish occupation and interregnum of 1610—1613 (see List of Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Moscow).
See List of leaders of Russia for the continuation of leadership.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rulers_of_Russia   (687 words)

  
 Cyndi's List - Royalty & Nobility   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The study of of king lists, sequences of governance in the history of a state, and the organizing of such data.
Lists of officials who served in the departments of central government since the Restoration.
Listing of noble and aristocratic families in and from the Kingdom of Sweden.
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 List of Russian rulers - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
At different times, a ruler in Ruthenia/Kievan Rus'/Muscovy/early Russia/Imperial Russia beared the title of Kniaz (translated as Duke or Prince), Velikiy Kniaz (translated as Grand Duke, Grand Prince or Great Prince), Tsar, Emperor.
The Patriarchs, heads of the Russian Orthodox Church, also sometimes acted as the leaders of Russia — as, for example, during the Polish occupation and interregnum of 1610—1613.
Ivan V (1682-1696) (joint ruler with Peter I) Peter I (1682-1721) (joint ruler with Ivan V) Emperors of All Russia, 1721-1917
www.music.us /education/L/List-of-Russian-rulers.htm   (398 words)

  
 RussianLegacy.com | Russian Culture - Russian Decorative Art - Matryoshka
The immigrant doll naturalized in the Russian soil, changing it's eastern narrow eyes for a wide stare, with roses in it's cheeks and golden curls of hair.
It was not just policemen, deacons and old-believers who were put on the fl list but also sea-maids and forest trolls, something quite understandable from the point of view of the soviet regime.
Characters of Disney animations compete with sets of Russian rulers, while faces of the saints with those of the hair Beatles.
www.russianlegacy.com /russian_culture/articles/article_09.htm   (1073 words)

  
 Russian Life magazine: Russian Life Online
Russian Ladies in Space Soviet cosmonauts Valentina Tereshkova and Svetlana Svitskaya made history when they were the first woman in space and first woman to walk in space, respectfully.
Maxim Gorky The turbulent life of this Russian author{1868-1936}, his experience with oppression and involvement in the Russian revolution make him one of his country's most loved and important writers.
Russian Pascha Easter is the most important celebration of the Russian Orthodox Church.
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 Regiments of the Indian and Pakistani Armies: Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In some cases the states' rulers funded EIC troops for their own protection.
Most of the rulers accepted integration into India, and Hyderabad's resistance was crushed in a short war in 1948.
Jammu and Kashmir, with a Hindu ruler of a largely Muslim population proved a far more intractable problem, setting the stage for a half-century of conflict between India and Pakistan.
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 RUSSIAN HISTORY GREETING CARDS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
During the long and bitter struggle between the ruling houses of Tver and Moscow for supremacy and the leadership in consolidating Russian lands Mikhail II Yaroslavich, Grand Prince of Tver, (1285-1318) defeated Yuri III Danilovich, Udelni prince of Moscow (1303-1325) at Bortenevo, 40 versts down the Volga from Tver near the Brodi River.
The Imperial Russian Coat of Arms is a fl, twoheaded, triple-crowned eagle with red beak and talons and spread wings, holding the golden sceptre in his right talons and the golden imperial orb in his left talons.
NICHOLAS I (NIKOLAI PAVLOVICH) was the Emperor of all Russian from 1825-1855.
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 List of Russian Rulers - Karr.net   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It had been logistically impossible for the signs themselves to be replaced; instead, the Russian half of them had been painted over with thick fl paint.
At different times, a ruler in Kievan Rus'/Rus' principalities/Imperial Russia bore the title of Kniaz (translated as Duke or Prince), Velikiy Kniaz (translated as Grand Duke, Grand Prince or Great Prince), Tsar, Emperor.
The Patriarchs, heads of the Russian Orthodox Church, also sometimes acted as the leaders of Russia — as, for example, during the Polish occupation and interregnum of 1610—1613 (see List of Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Moscow).
www.karr.net /encyclopedia/List_of_Russian_rulers   (193 words)

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