The Millennium: Christianity and Russia, A.D. 988-1988
St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1990 - Religion - 177 pages
In AD 988, Grand Prince Vladimir I of Kiev, replaced paganism with Eastern Orthodox Christianity as the official religious orientation of Kievan Russians.
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