State Regalia of the Muscovite Tsardom
|Size||30 x 38 cm|
Russian edition. The album contains an early part of the collection of state regalia of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, which presents the attributes of the supreme power of Russian sovereigns of the XIV – XVII centuries. These are priceless rarities and historical relics that have no analogues in any of the museum collections in Russia. Since ancient times, they were in the Moscow Kremlin, a grand-princely, and later tsarist residence, and were inextricably linked with the development and formation of Russian statehood, with the most important events in the political history of Russia. Weddings on the kingdom, embassy receptions, royal receptions and other solemn acts of national importance were spectacular, strictly regulated actions in which the regalia was given a special role - the sacralization of the monarch. At the same time, these monuments are of great importance as outstanding works of art, marked by an exceptionally high artistic level and masterly technical performance.
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