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Choose from 6 pictures in our Batu collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Mongols under the walls of Vladimir, 1910
Mongols under the walls of Vladimir, 1910
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Prince Alexander Nevsky begging Batu Khan for mercy for Russia, End of 19th century. Artist: Anonymous
Prince Alexander Nevsky begging Batu Khan for mercy for Russia, End of 19th century. Artist: Anonymous
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The Russian princes rejects the offer of the Ambassador of Batu Khan. 1237 (From Illustrated Karamz Artist: Chorikov)
The Russian princes rejects the offer of the Ambassador of Batu Khan. 1237 (From Illustrated Karamz Artist: Chorikov)
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Saint Prince Michael of Chernigov, 1885-1896. Artist: Vasnetsov, Viktor Mikhaylovich (1848-1926)
Saint Prince Michael of Chernigov, 1885-1896. Artist: Vasnetsov, Viktor Mikhaylovich (1848-1926)
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Saint Prince Michael of Chernigov (Study for frescos in the St Vladimirs Cathedral of Kiev), 1884-1889
Saint Prince Michael of Chernigov (Study for frescos in the St Vladimirs Cathedral of Kiev), 1884-1889
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Prince Michael of Chernigov at the camp of Batu Khan, 1246 (1883). Artist: Vasily Smirnov
Prince Michael of Chernigov at the camp of Batu Khan, 1246 (1883). Artist: Vasily Smirnov
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Prince Michael of Chernigov at the camp of Batu Khan, 1246 (1883). Artist: Vasily Smirnov Featured Image

Prince Michael of Chernigov at the camp of Batu Khan, 1246 (1883). Artist: Vasily Smirnov

Prince Michael of Chernigov at the camp of Batu Khan, 1246 (1883). Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Prince Michael of Chernigov (1185-1246) was one of the most powerful princes of Kievan Rus prior to the Mongol invasion. Between 1236 and 1340 the Mongols succeeded in conquering Rus. By 1245, Prince Michael was the only senior prince not to have submitted to the invaders. The following year he went to the camp of Batu Khan, leader of the Golden Horde, in order to pre-empt an attack on his domain, but was martyred when he refused to prostrate himself before the Mongols idols

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