Edward the Exile

Edward the Exile, also called Edward Ætheling, was the son of King Edmund Ironside and of Ealdgyth. He spent most of his life in exile in the Kingdom of Hungary following the defeat of his father by Cnut the Great.
Nikitsky Monastery
The Nikitsky Monastery is a walled Orthodox monastery founded in the 12th century by Nicetas (Nikita) Stylites in a field sprawling between the Kholmogory Highway and the Lake Pleshcheyevo several miles north of Pereslavl-Zalessky. It is part of the
Shartoma Monastery
The Shartoma Monastery of St. Nicholas is a Russian Orthodox monastery in the village of Vvedenyo near Shuya in the Ivanovo Region of Russia. It takes its name from the small Shartoma river. It is the largest monastery in the region
Ufa Cathedral
The Cathedral of the Nativity of the Theotokos is the largest Orthodox church in Ufa, Bashkortostan. It has been the seat of the Bishops of Ufa since May 2016
Tambov Cathedral
The Cathedral of the Saviour's Transfiguration is the main church of Tambov, Russia. It has been the seat of the Tambov Eparchy of the Russian Orthodox Church almost since its inception
One of the Missing
"One of the Missing" is a short story by American Civil War soldier, wit, and writer Ambrose Bierce. It was first published in The San Francisco Examiner on March 11, 1888 and was reprinted in Tales of Soldiers and Civilians (1891
Cherdyn Route
The Cherdyn Road or Vishera Road was the standard route used by the Russians to travel to Siberia in the late 16th century. It started in Cherdyn west of the Urals and followed a number of rivers and portages, from the Vishera through the Lozva and the
Osip Startsev
Osip Dmitrievich Startsev was a Russian architect who mastered both Muscovite Baroque and Ukrainian Baroque idioms during the early part of Peter the Great's reign. His father Dmitry Startsev was the architect responsible for the completion of the
Kaup (emporium)
Kaup is a hill on the bank of the Curonian Lagoon, immediately north of the village of Mokhovoye, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia. It is a large early medieval burial site with Norse grave goods. Kaup has been viewed by historians as an important early
Tverdislav was a posadnik (prime-minister) of the Novgorod Republic in the 1210s. His term in office was marked by incessant civil strife, but its causes are not immediately clear
Margaret Leshikar-Denton
Margaret E. "Peggy" Leshikar-Denton is an archaeologist specialising in underwater archaeology, and director of the Cayman Islands National Museum