Silver Rare Coin Kopek Novgorod Ivan Rurik Terrible IV 1533-1547AD Rus Viking

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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller antique-museum (303) 100%, Location: Moscow, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223927628056 Silver Coin Kopek Novgorod Ivan Rurik Dynasty Terrible IV 1533-1547AD Rus Viking / Rareen.wikipedia.org/wiki/IvantheTerribleMaterial:SilverWeight: 0.6-0.7gr.Size:13.8X11.5X0.5mm.Cat.№86 / Rare IXIvan IV Vasilyevich (/ˈaɪvən/; Russian: Ива́н Васи́льевич, tr. Ivan Vasilyevich; 25 August 1530 – 28 March [O.S. 18 March] 1584),[2] commonly known as Ivan the Terrible (Russian: Ива́н Гро́зный (help·info), Ivan Grozny; "Ivan the Formidable" or "Ivan the Fearsome"), was the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547 and the first Tsar of Russia from 1547 to 1584. Ivan was the crown prince of Vasili III, the Rurikid ruler of the Grand Duchy of Moscow, and was appointed Grand Prince at three years-old after his father's death. A group of reformers, united around the young Ivan and known as the "Chosen Council", declared him Tsar (Emperor) of All Rus' in 1547 at the age of sixteen, establishing the Tsardom of Russia with Moscow as the predominant state. Ivan's reign was characterized by Russia's transformation from a medieval state into an empire under the Tsar, though at immense cost to its people and its broader, long-term economy. In the young years of Ivan, there was a conquest of the Khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan. After consolidating his power, Ivan got rid of the advisers from the "Chosen Council" and triggered the Livonian War, which ravaged Russia and resulted in the loss of Livonia and Ingria, but allowed him to establish greater autocratic control over Russia's nobility, whom he violently purged in the Oprichnina. The later years of Ivan's reign were also marked by the Massacre of Novgorod and the burning of Moscow by Tatars. Ivan was a patron of trade (he gave monopoly to Muscovy Company), and the founder of Russia's first publishing house, the Moscow Print Yard. Historic sources present disparate accounts of Ivan's complex personality: he was described as intelligent and devout, but also prone to paranoia, rages, and episodic outbreaks of mental instability that increased with age.[3][4][5] Ivan is popularly believed to have killed his eldest son and heir Ivan Ivanovich and the latter's unborn son during his outbursts, which left the politically ineffectual Feodor Ivanovich to inherit the throne, a man whose rule directly led to the end of the Rurikid dynasty and the beginning of the Time of Troubles. Chronology of Russian Tsars(Kings).1400-1600AD. Vasily Blind II Rurik dynasty 1427-1462AD. Ivan III Rurik dynasty 1462-1505AD. Vasili III Rurik dynasty 1505-1533AD. Ivan IV Vasilyevich (Terrible) Rurik dynasty 1533-1584AD. Wladyslaw IV / Ladislaus IV Vasa 1610-1613AD. Tsar of Russia / King of Poland Mikhail Fyodorovich Romanov Tsar of Russia 1613-1645AD. Authenticity Guaranteed 100%I guarantee fast sending Your parcel + Tracking number.PayPal only. Thank You for Your purchase

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