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* 991 + St. [[Michael of Kiev]]
 
* 991 + St. [[Michael of Kiev]]
 
* 1015 Murderer of passion-bearers [[Boris and Gleb]]  
 
* 1015 Murderer of passion-bearers [[Boris and Gleb]]  
* 1035 + Ivan I of Kiev
 
* 1049 + Feopemt of Kiev
 
* 1050 + Kirill I of Kiev
 
 
* 1051 Ilarion of Kiev installed to the primatial see; St. [[Anthony of the Caves]] brings [[Athonite]] monasticism to Russia.
 
* 1051 Ilarion of Kiev installed to the primatial see; St. [[Anthony of the Caves]] brings [[Athonite]] monasticism to Russia.
  

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Russia under the Patriarch of Constantinople

Period of the Kievan Metropolia (988-1304)

Moscow and Vladimir (1304-1448)

Mongol Tartars (1237-1448)

since 1448

The Synodical Church (1700-1917)

Russian Orthodox Church during Communist rule

Russian Orthodox Church after the collapse of the Soviet Union

Further rerading

  • St. Cornelius of the Pskov Caves martyrdom is recorded in the old manuscripts of the Trinity-Sergiev Lavra
  • Source: "A LIFELONG PASSION, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA THEIR OWN STORY"., Andrei Maylunas and Sergi Mironenko., Doubleday, New York., February 1997., pp. 638-639).