Vladimir I
biographical name Saint circa 956-1015 grand prince of Kiev (980-1015)

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  • Vladimir I — [vlad′ə mir; ] Russ [ vlä dē′mir] 956? 1015; Russ. ruler & prince of Kiev (980 1015): converted to Christianity (989), which he introduced into Russia: his day is July 15: called the Great: also Saint Vladimir * * * ▪ grand prince of Kiev in full …   Universalium

  • Vladimir I — can refer to:* Vladimir I of Kiev * Vladimir I of Pskov …   Wikipedia

  • Vladimir I — [vlad′ə mir; ] Russ [ vlä dē′mir] 956? 1015; Russ. ruler & prince of Kiev (980 1015): converted to Christianity (989), which he introduced into Russia: his day is July 15: called the Great: also Saint Vladimir …   English World dictionary

  • Vladimir I. — Wladimir der Große auf dem ukrainischen 1 Hrywnja Geldschein Wladimir (ukr. Wolodymyr) I. Swjatoslawitsch (ukrainisch Володимир І Святославич, russisch Владимир Святославич; * 960, † 15. Juli 1015 in Berestowo), genannt Wladimir der Heilige, der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Vladimir I —    Prince of Kiev (q.v.) from 980 1015; saint; son of Svjatoslav (q.v.). In 988 he contributed 6,000 Varangians (q.v.) to help Basil II (q.v.) subdue the rebel Bardas Phokas (q.v.). In return he was rewarded with a Byzantine bride, Basil II s… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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  • Vladimir I. Georgiev — Vladimir Ivanov Georgiev (* 1908; † 1986) war ein bulgarischer Linguist. Er wurde an der Universität Wien promoviert. Danach wurde Georgiev Professor für Sprachwissenschaft an der Universität Sofia. Er erhielt je einen Dr. h.c. von der Humboldt… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Vladimir I of Kiev — Infobox Saint name=Saint Vladimir of Kiev birth date=c. 958 death date=1015 feast day=July 15 venerated in=Anglicanism Eastern Orthodoxy Lutheranism Roman Catholicism imagesize=250px caption=Golden coin of Vladimir, with his portrait and personal …   Wikipedia

  • Vladimir I. Georgiev — Vladimir Ivanov Georgiev was a prominent Bulgarian linguist, philologist, and educational administrator. [Office of the Foreign Secretary, p. 15.] He has made multiple contributions to the field of Thracology, which include a linguistic… …   Wikipedia

  • Vladimir I, Saint — Russian Vladimir Svyatoslavich born 956, Kiev, Kievan Rus died July 15, 1015, Berestova, near Kiev; feast day July 15 Grand prince of Kiev (980–1015). He became prince of Novgorod in 970, and after his father s death in 972 he seized Kiev from… …   Universalium

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