Russian ikons exhibition.

by Bowater Gallery Ltd. (London, England).

Publisher: Pacific Press in London

Written in English
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Ikon History - Early Russian Ikons. The Russian national state shares common roots with Ukraine in the capital city of ancient Russ, Kiev, situated on the Dnieper River. Old chronicles tell us the pagan rulers of Kiev concluded that their nation was rising on the world stage and as a world power needed to change its religion to increase the.

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