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Vladimir converts Kiev to Christianity and Yaroslavl forges alliances, creates a legal code and builds churches.

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How did Vladimir and his son Yaroslav contribute to the power of Kiev?

Vladmir contributed by joining the military and building buildings but then destroying them threw out the war. -Nazo Joke

Vladimir became the king or emperor of wht emperor?

Vladimir (the Great) was the Grand Prince of Kiev.

How did Vladimir's conversions to Christianity affect Kiev?

The conversion affected the Kiev by Vladimir importing teachers to instruct the people in the faith and all the tradition of Orthodox Christianity flourished in Kiev.

Who was the prince of kiev and also converted to the eastern orthodox church?

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Vladimir Agranov died on May 1, 1995, in Kiev, Ukraine.

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Vladimir Olekseyenko died on September 19, 1995, in Kiev, Ukraine.

When was Vladimir Vladislavskiy born?

Vladimir Vladislavskiy was born on June 13, 1891, in Kiev, Russian Empire.

When was Vladimir Rogovoy born?

Vladimir Rogovoy was born on February 5, 1923, in Kiev, USSR [now Ukraine].

When was Vladimir Horunzhy born?

Vladimir Horunzhy was born on September 19, 1949, in Kiev, USSR [now Ukraine].

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Vladimir Dakhno died on July 28, 2006, in Kiev, Ukraine of heart attack.

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What weapons did the Byzantines rely on in dealing with prince Vladimir of Kiev and the Russians?

Vladimir of Kiev probably did not fight against the Byzantines. He fought against other Slavic peoples. It was said that Vladimir of Kiev seized the Byzantine city Chersonesos in southern Crimea and agreed to evacuate the fortress of the city in exchange for or the hand of the sister of the emperor Basil II, Anna Porphyrogenita. To achieve this despite Byzantine opposition, Vladimir was converted to Orthodox Christianity and Christianised his Rus.' Because thre is no Byzantine record of a seizure of Chersonesos by Vladimir of Kiev, histiorians think that this refers to an event which occurred later in history, in the Rus'-Byzantine War (1043), which was fought by a different Vladimir: Vladimir of Novgorod. Moreover, all Arab sources told a different story about Vladimir's conversion to Chritianity. Basil II faced an internal rebellion and turned to Vladimir of Kiev for help and Vladimir agreed in exchange for the marriage and also accepted to convert to Christianity. Once he got married he sent troops to put down the revolt.