28.1 Golden Age of Kievan Rus 988-1200. Rise of Vladimir Suzdal and Novgorod

For two centuries after Vladimir the Great's conversion to Christianity Kievan Rus enjoyed a golden age. A common culture and sense of identity formed in the lands of the Rus' despite political turmoil. The three main centres of power, each different in character, were Vladimir Suzdal, Novgorod and Volynia-Galicia For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy