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  1. Euphrosyne Abbess of Polotsk

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    In 1187 the body of the saint was transferred to the Kiev Caves monastery, and the relics were transferred to Polotsk in 1910 to the monastery she founded. St Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women's monasticism.

  2. In 1187, St. Euphrosyne’s body was transferred to the Kiev Caves Monastery. In 1910, her relics were transferred to Polotsk to the monastery she founded. St. Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women’s monasticism. By permission of the Orthodox Church in America (www.oca.org)

  3. Venerable Euphrosyne, Abbess of Polotsk - Orthodox Church in ...

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    May 23, 2020 · In 1187 the body of the saint was transferred to the Kiev Caves monastery, and the relics were transferred to Polotsk in 1910 to the monastery she founded. Saint Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women’s monasticism.

  4. In 1187 the body of the saint was transferred to the Kiev Caves monastery, and the relics were transferred to Polotsk in 1910 to the monastery she founded. St Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women’s monasticism. The Orthodox Church in America

  5. Oct 09, 2017 · After the death of the abbess, Saint Euphrosyne became Superior of the monastery. The Lord foretold to the holy abbess her father’s martyrdom, and also the Mongol-Tatar invasion of Rus. In the year 1238, vast Tatar-Mongol hordes did actually descend upon the Russian realm. Destroying everything in their path, they came to Suzdal.

  6. Ljubava Dmitrievna, Grand Duchess of Kiev

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    Euphrosyne of Kiev, (c. 1130 – c. 1193), Queen Consort of Hungary. Euphrosyne was the first daughter of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev and his second wife, Liubava Dmitrievna. Christine died on January 18, 1122; later that year Mstislav married again, to Liubava Dmitrievna, the daughter of Dmitry Zavidich, a nobleman of Novgorod.

  7. Holy Martyr and Confessor Michael and his councilor, Theodore ...

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    Sep 20, 2020 · This occurred in full measure for Saint Michael. He is at the head of many famous families in Russian history. His children and grandchildren continued the holy Christian service of Saint Michael. The Church also numbers his daughter Saint Euphrosyne of Suzdal (September 25), and his grandson Saint Oleg of Briansk (September 20) among the saints.

  8. The Construction of the Katehon Memory of the Kievan ...

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    aesthetics. The attempt was to replace Kiev using strongly Byzantine models. Evil was a disorder – it was a state of affairs rather than an action. Two coalitions developed in Russia by 1160. First, that of Andrei, Polotsk, Ryazan, Murom and Novgorod. Given Mstyslav II now in Kiev, Andrei's infamous decision to destroy Kiev became a reality.

  9. Euphrosyne High Resolution Stock Photography and Images - Alamy

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    Saint Euphrosyne of Suzdal depicted in the frescoes by Russian icon painters Gury Nikitin and Sila Savin (1689) in the Transfiguration Cathedral in Saint Euthymius' Monastery in Suzdal, Russia. Saint Euphrosyne was a daughter of Saint Michael of Chernigov.

  10. Malmfrid Mstislawna Kijewskaja, Princess of Kiev (c.1105 ...

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    Genealogy for Malmfrid Mstislawna Kijewskaja, Princess of Kiev (c.1105 - 1137) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

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