History of Ukraine from the earliest times till the middle of the 17th century
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The Polianians were the largest and most developed their prince Kyi founded the city of Kyiv in the 6th century the first Varangian rulers of Rus’ were Askol and Dyr In 882 they were killed by Prince Oleh Oleh laid the foundation for the powerful state of Kievan Rus Oleg was supreme ruler of the Rus from 882 to 912
Oleh’s son Prince Ihor followed him after Igor's death, his wife Olha ruled Kievan Rus as regent for their son, Svyatoslav she was the first Rus ruler to convert to Christianity, either in 945 or in 957. the reign of Sviatoslav I Ihorovych (962–72) was marked by warfare. in 980, Prince Volodymyr unified the country he adopted Christianity in 988 he converted the population into Christianity in history he is known as Volodymyr the Great or Saint Volodymyr
Yaroslav the Wise: promoted family ties with other kingdoms built many churches improved Kyiv's fortifications introduced laws and established courts was a patron of book culture and learning sponsored the construction of the Saint Sophia Cathedral in 1037
after death of Monomakh in 1125 Ukraine remained fragmented into the numerous principalities Kyiv lost it's power and influence the invasion of the Mongols in 1236–40 finally destroyed the state
Danylo was succeeded by his son Lev moved the capital to Lviv in 1272 maintained the strength of Galicia–Volhynia worked closely with the Mongols Yuriy I lost Lublin to the Poles and Transcarpathia to the Hungarians Yuriy’s sons died together in 1323 the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania divided up Galicia-Volhynia between them
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