Olga Kioviensis

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Olga in palatium Constantinopolitanum a Constantino Porphyrogenito recepta. Ioannes Scylitzes, Synopsis historiarum: Bibliotheca Nationalis Hispanica Cod. Vitr. 26-2 f. 135r, saec. XII

Olga Kioviensis (c. 890–969, post baptismum Helena), origine Pscovica, fuit uxor magni ducis Inguari Rurici filii, mater magni ducis Sventoslai, post mortem mariti sui ductrix Christiana Rutheniae annis 945-969. Anno aut 946 aut fere 957 Constantinopolim visitavit ubi adstante imperatori Constantino Porphyrogenito baptizata est. Anno 959 legationem iuxta Ottonem I misit.

Fontes de vita Olgae Kioviensis[recensere | fontem recensere]

Olga in palatium Constantinopolitanum a Constantino Porphyrogenito recepta, quo adstante mox baptizata erit. Chronicon Radzivilium (Bibliotheca Academiae Scientiarum Russicae ОС 34.5.30 f. 31v, saec. XV)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Francis Butler, "Ol'ga's Conversion and the Construction of Chronicle Narrative" in Russian Review vol. 67 (2008) pp. 230-242 JSTOR
  • Francis Butler, "A Woman of Words: Pagan Ol'ga in the Mirror of Germanic Europe" in Slavic Review vol. 63 (2004) pp. 771-793 JSTOR
  • Michael Featherstone, "Olga's Visit to Constantinople" in Harvardf Ukrainian Studies vol. 14 (1990) pp. 293-312
  • Michael Featherstone, "Olga's Visit to Constantinople in De Cerimoniis" in Revue des études byzantines vol. 61 (2003) pp. 241-251
  • Andrzej Poppe, "Once Again concerning the Baptism of Olga, Archontissa of Rus'" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers vol. 46 (1992) pp. 271-277 JSTOR
  • Matthew Spinka, "The Conversion of Russia" in Journal of Religion vol. 6 (1926) pp. 41-57 JSTOR
  • Constantin Zuckerman, "Le voyage d'Olga et la première ambassade espagnole à Constantinople" in Travaux et mémoires vol. 13 (2000) pp. 647-672