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17:47, November 9, 2010 Echmiatsin altair.jpg (file) 126 KB Echmiatsin, altair in cathedral (in Armenia) * License: Creative Commons by/sa/de * Date: March 2005 * Photographer: de:Mcschreck, uploaded by Roger Zenner 1
22:08, March 28, 2009 Vladimir campaign on Korsun by Roerich.jpg (file) 114 KB   1
22:02, March 28, 2009 14 2 List of Radzivill Chron.jpg (file) 67 KB Radzivill chronicle. List 14, back. Вещий Олег идет на Царьград. 1
21:55, March 28, 2009 Hagia-sofia-viking.jpg (file) 77 KB Graffiti presumably inscribed by Viking mercenaries on the second floor of the Hagia Sofia. Photo taken in May, 2005.Not home 21:29, 7 May 2007 (UTC) 1
21:53, March 28, 2009 Runestonecross.jpg (file) 20 KB Runestone, Uppland, Sweden 1
21:49, March 28, 2009 Skylitzis Chronicle iLLUMINATION.jpg (file) 63 KB Skylitzis Chronicle 1
21:46, March 28, 2009 Varangian routes.png (file) 761 KB Map showing the major Varangian trade routes, the Volga trade route (in red) and the Trade Route from the Varangians to the Greeks (in purple). Other trade routes of the 8th-11th centuries shown in orange. 1
21:41, March 28, 2009 Nicholas Roerich, Guests from Overseas.jpg (file) 106 KB From Joannis Scylitza's Joannis Scylitzae Synopsis Historiarum : Kodikas Virt. 26-2 tes Ethnikes Bibliothekes tes Madrites = Codex Matritensis Graecus Vitr. 26-2 (2000), the color facsimile edition of the Madrid Skylitzis by Militos (Μίλητος) Publi 1
21:40, March 28, 2009 Skylitzis Chronicle VARANGIAN GUARD.jpg (file) 108 KB From Joannis Scylitza's Joannis Scylitzae Synopsis Historiarum : Kodikas Virt. 26-2 tes Ethnikes Bibliothekes tes Madrites = Codex Matritensis Graecus Vitr. 26-2 (2000), the color facsimile edition of the Madrid Skylitzis by Militos (Μίλητος) Publi 1
01:48, March 11, 2009 Nikita Pustosviat. Dispute on the Confession of Faith.jpg (file) 387 KB Old Believer Priest Nikita Pustosviat Disputing with Patriarch Joachim on Matters of Faith by Vasiliy Perov, 1880-81. 1