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krojonykartofel

First of all, he was not a king but a grand prince. And not of Rus but of Kievan Rus

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mrjonesatathen

This must be part of that culture that white people don't have.

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tatanasovatana

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deathtocringe

What is most interesting is that the sarcophagus is built in the tradition of sarcophagi built in the eastern greco-roman space of antiquity and late antiquity. Basically this viking descended "barbarian" noble buried himself in the fashion of christian roman emperors of late antiquity.

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malkavian_83

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tyskbulle

You will never hear a Russian nationalist admit this But the Baltic Ugric tribes used to call swedes Rus - Meaning men that row I would like to apologize to the civilized word, we tried to bring order to the Volga

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