Ivan IV

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the first czar of Russia (1530-1584)

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of the grand project initiated in Moscow during the reign of Ivan IV in the 1570s.
Although the story isn't new, the spin on it is as choreographer Yuri Grigorovich first had the idea in 1975 to choreograph the life of Czar Ivan IV, both as a madman and a genius.
For the tsars, meanwhile, the opportunity to monitor foreign trade became a way of managing both their own domestic authority and Russia's international presence (to his enemies at least, Ivan IV became known as 'the English Tsar').
50 Southwell Ivan IV Vasilyevich (1530-1584) was Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 until his death.
The ROM's icon dates to that time, when Moscow was in a progressive state of artistic ferment accompanied by the imperial ambitions of its rulers, signalled by Ivan IV (1533-1584), known as Ivan the Terrible, when he assumed the title of Tsar.
Produced during the reign of Ivan IV (1533-84), the Book of Degrees of the Royal Genealogy was the first narrative history of Russia, according to the foreword of this volume, which presents 21 papers from an interdisciplinary conference convened at the U.
The church was built on the order of Ivan IV of Russia to mark the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan.
Kuna linna keskaegne arhiiv viidi Ivan IV vagede poolt Liivi soja ajal Moskvasse, kus see arvatavasti Kremli tulekahjus havis, saab Tartu mundindust uurides toetuda uksnes materiaalsetele allikatele - muntidele ja mundiaaretele (Leimus 2005a, 189).
Buscando reconstituir essa heranca sovietica a partir de suas raizes, o capitulo dois faz um resgate da politica externa nos tempos czaristas tracando o periodo de 1462 a 1505, quando Ivan III (Ivan "o Grande") reinou sobre o estado Moscovita, sendo sucedido por Ivan IV (Ivan "o terrivel") que governou de 1533 a 1584, dando inicio a expansao do poder moscovita para territorios nao russos.
Although Alexander Nevsky was withdrawn at the time of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, Eisenstein's reputation continued to shine, and he was offered a commission to make a film on one of Stalin's most admired historical figures, Ivan IV, known as "the Terrible.
Una de las personalidades historicas rusas mas polemicas fue el zar Ivan IV a quien llamaron "terrible".
My ancestor Racha served 25 Saint Nevsky with martial brawn; (9) His progeny was shown mercy By Ivan IV, crowned rage incarnate.
In one long chapter, "The Birth of Conservative Ideology," Pipes begins with fifteenth- and sixteenth-century "Possessing" controversies and then shows that these ideas affected ideas of private property and autocratic public authority in the eras of Ivan IV, the first Romanovs, and Peter the Great.
By the seventeenth century, one observer claimed that the conquest of Kazan' was the event that made Ivan IV a tsar and Muscovy an empire.