Murom

What is Murom known for?


local political

Kiev. Local statehood was a result of local political evolution in the Early East Slavs' tribal union of Krivichi. thumb left Principality of Polotsk within Kievan Rus in the 11th century (File:Kievan-rus-1015-1113-(en).png) - 140 130 Murom Муром Vladimir Oblast 126,901 116,078 8.53 - 1281 The horde of Kovdygay and Alchiday sacked Murom and Pereslavl-Zalessky, ruined vicinities of Suzdal, Rostov, Vladimir


written record

, and the Meshchera. * Aed Finliath is crowned High King of Ireland. * First written record of Murom, Russia. * Rurik gains control of Novgorod. Suburban commuter trains (''elektrichka'') connect Nizhny Novgorod with Vladimir, Dzerzhinsk (Dzerzhinsk, Russia), Murom, Kirov (Kirov, Kirov Oblast), Arzamas, Zavolzhye (Zavolzhye, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast), Balakhna and others. While Ivan IV was a minor, armies


world single

n speedskater (speed skater) who specialises in the shortest distances, with the 500 metres being his favourite. At the 2004 World Single Distance Championships in Seoul he achieved the silver medal at this distance, only allowing Jeremy Wotherspoon to be faster. He became Russian Sprint Champion three times in a row, and was, because of his recently shown progress, a favourite to win an Olympic (Olympic Games) medal in the 500 metres distance at the 2006 Winter Olympics


862

pop_latest_date pop_latest_ref established_date 862 established_title First mentioned established_date_ref current_cat_date current_cat_date_ref prev_name1 prev_name1_date prev_name1_ref postal_codes 602250 postal_codes_ref dialing_codes 49234 dialing_codes_ref website http: www.murom.info website_ref date June 2010 '''Murom''' ( ; Old Norse: ''Moramar'') is a historical city (types of inhabited localities in Russia) in Vladimir

Oblast , Russia, which sprawls along the left bank of the Oka River. Population: History In the 9th century CE, the city marked the easternmost settlement of the East Slavs in the land of the Finno-Ugric people (Finno-Ugric peoples) called Muromians (Volga Finns). The Primary Chronicle mentions it as early as 862.

Polotsk in 862 (as Полотескъ, poloteskŭ ), together with Murom and Beloozero. However Polotsk was not yet in existence in the 9th century, and provided recorded was an invention of the compiler, Wladyslaw Duczko.Viking Rus: Studies on the Presence of Scandinavians in Eastern Europe. 2004, p.126 but archaeological expedition of the Institute of History of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus suggests that Polotsk already existed in the first half of the 9th


poor family

year 1995 publisher University of Illinois Press location Urbana and Chicago isbn 0-252-02104-5 DATE OF BIRTH July 29, 1888 PLACE OF BIRTH Murom, Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH July 29, 1982 Alexander Shliapnikov was born August 30, 1885, in Murom, Russia to a poor family of the Old Believer religion. His father died when he was a small child. Shliapnikov began factory work at age thirteen and became a revolutionary at age sixteen


invention

Polotsk in 862 (as Полотескъ, poloteskŭ ), together with Murom and Beloozero. However Polotsk was not yet in existence in the 9th century, and provided recorded was an invention of the compiler, Wladyslaw Duczko.Viking Rus: Studies on the Presence of Scandinavians in Eastern Europe. 2004, p.126 but archaeological expedition of the Institute of History of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus suggests that Polotsk already existed in the first half of the 9th


historical research

, literally '''Elijah of Murom''') is a Kievan Rus' epic (Slavic mythology) hero. He is celebrated in numerous ''byliny (bylina)'' (folk epic poems (Epic poetry)). Along with Dobrynya Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich he is regarded as the greatest of all the legendary ''bogatyrs'' (i.e., medieval knights-errant (knight-errant) of Kievan Rus). (The three of them are represented together in Vasnetsov's famous painting ''Warriors'', as illustrated below.) thumb left 200px Statue of Ilya Muromets in Murom. (Image:Muromets2.jpg) According to legends, Ilya, the son of a farmer, was born in the village of Karacharovo, near Murom. He suffered serious illness in his youth and was unable to walk until the age of 33 (till then he could only lie (Lying (position)) on a Russian oven), when he was miraculously healed by two pilgrims. He was then given super-human strength by a dying knight, Svyatogor, and set out to liberate the city of Kiev from Idolishche to serve Prince Vladimir the Fair Sun (Vladimir I of Kiev) (''Vladimir Krasnoye Solnyshko''). Along the way he single-handedly defended the city of Chernigov from nomadic invasion (possibly by Polovtsi) and was offered knighthood by the local ruler, but Ilya declined to stay. In the forests of Bryansk he then killed the forest-dwelling monster Nightingale the Robber (''Solovei-Razboinik''), who could murder travellers with his powerful whistle. Yermak Timoyeevich was a Don Cossack warrior who was born by the Chusovaya River in Russia. The only information about Yermak’s upbringing comes from a source called the Cherepanov Chronicle. Though the chronicle was compiled by a Tobolsk coachman in 1760, far after Yermak’s death, and was never published in full, in 1894, the historian A. A. Dmitriyev determined that the chronicle was likely a copy or paraphrase of an authentic 17th century document. According to the section of the chronicle entitled ‘On Yermak, and where he was born,’ Yermak’s grandfather named Afonasiy Grigor’yevich Alenin was from Suzdal, northeast of Moscow. Armstrong, pp. 10-11 To escape poverty, he moved to Vladimir (Vladimir, Russia) where he became a coachman in the Murom forests. In the Murom forests, he was arrested by the voyevoda for driving unscrupulous passengers, robbers who had hired him. Afonasiy’s son and Yermak’s father Timofey relocated to the Stroganov lands on the Chusovaya in order to make money. Semyonov, p. 67 There, Yermak is speculated to have been born with the name Vasiliy Timoyeevich Alenin. Armstrong, p. 11 The Russian historian A. Lobin tried to calculate the size of the Russian army at Orsha based on the mobilisation capacities of the towns which had to send townspeople for military services. Лобин А. Н. К вопросу о численности вооружённых сил Российского государства в XVI в. Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana 2009 Nr 1-2. pp.45-78 It is known that except for Boyar sons of the sovereign's regiment there were people of 14 towns: Novgorod, Pskov, Velikie Luki, Kostroma, Murom, Borovsk, Tver, Volok (Volokolamsk), Roslavl, Vyazma, Pereyaslavl (Pereslavl-Zalessky), Kolomna, Yaroslavl and Starodub. Лобин А. Н. К вопросу о численности вооружённых сил Российского государства в XVI в. Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana 2009 Nr. 1-2. pp. 63-64 Based on the data of the well-documented Polotsk campaign of 1563 the author gives following numbers: 400–500 Tatars, 200 boyar sons of the sovereign's regiment, 3,000 Novgorodian and Pskovians, and about 3,600 representatives of other towns, altogether about 7,200 noblemen. Complemented with servants the overall number of the Russian army could be 13,000-15,000 men. Considering the losses


experimental work

Boris Rosing with experimental work on television in the basement of Rosing's private lab at the School of Artillery of Saint Petersburg. Rosing had filed his first patent on a television system in 1907, featuring a very early cathode ray tube as a receiver, and a mechanical device as a transmitter. Its demonstration in 1911, based on an improved design, was among the first demonstrations of TV of any kind.


television

is twinned (Twin towns and sister cities) with: * *

Vladimir Zworykin, Television Pioneer, Dies at 92. url http: select.nytimes.com gst abstract.html?res F50816FB385D0C728CDDA10894DA484D81 quote Dr. Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, a Russian-born scientist whose achievements were pivotal to the development of television, died Thursday at the Princeton (N.J.) Medical Center. He was 94 years old and lived in Princeton. Dr. Zworykin, a naturalized American citizen who was also credited with spearheading development of the electron ... publisher New York

Times date August 1, 1982 accessdate 2008-04-27 was a Russian-American inventor, engineer, and pioneer of television technology. Zworykin invented a television transmitting and receiving system employing cathode ray tubes. He played a role in the practical development of television from the early thirties, including charge storage-type tubes, infrared image tubes and the electron microscope.


people called

Oblast , Russia, which sprawls along the left bank of the Oka River. Population: History In the 9th century CE, the city marked the easternmost settlement of the East Slavs in the land of the Finno-Ugric people (Finno-Ugric peoples) called Muromians (Volga Finns). The Primary Chronicle mentions it as early as 862.

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