Cap of Monomakh. East. The turn of the XIII - XIV centuries.

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Cap of Monomakh. East. The turn of the XIII - XIV centuries. [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [pocket calendar] / photo B. Kuznetsova. - Electronic data (2 files: 1.34 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2013). -
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Electronic reproduction of the pocket calendar: Cap of Monomakh. East. The turn of the XIII - XIV centuries. [Izomaterial] / photo B. Kuznetsova. Moscow: Panorama, 1991 (Type: The Publishing House Kommunar). 6,5х9,5 cm. (Treasures of the Kremlin). Two-sided color offset printing. Ed. No. 1025-03022. 15 kop. The circulation is 1.65 million copies. Location: From a private collection.
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On the front side - a picture of Monomakh's cap - the main regalia of Russian grand dukes and kings. It is the symbol of the crown of the autocracy in Russia. It is a golden filigree pointed headpiece, supposedly of eastern work of the late 13th - early 14th century with a sable fringe, adorned with precious stones: pearls, rubies, emeralds and a cross. It is stored in the Armory Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin. In the upper left corner - an inscription embossed in gold - Treasures of the Kremlin. On the reverse side - a calendar grid for 1992 .
I. Kuznetsov, B. .. II. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg) .1. Armory Chamber (Moscow, city) - Collection of jewelry art - Calendars. 2. Power (collection). 3. Symbols of power - Russia - Calendars. 4. Jeweler art - East - Calendars. 5. Pocket calendars.
BBK 85.125.44 (2) i611
ББК 85.126.6 (2) я611
ББК 63.215 (2) -9я611
Source of electronic copy: PB
Place of origin: From private collection
Publisher Панорама
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