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However, all of the craftsmen were arrested in at the request of Poland and.

Repin had to choose a head inclination position between the elevation of the hero and the lassitude of the martyr, and he finally retained an expression of questioning and uncertainty, where there remains also heroism and suffering.

This was the last of his church-authorized weddings.

Kurbsky and Tsar Ivan IV, of Russia, 1564—1579, Cambridge University Press, 1955, 275 pp.


This animal shouts from horror -- and the sweet, precious son, resignedly dying, with his beautiful eyes and remarkably attractive mouth, his heavy breathing, his helpless hands.

Description: Every minute was terrible to me.

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His wide eyes stare into nothing, he is lost in his thoughts; those eyes contrast utterly with the now unseeing eyes of his son.
Differences between Repin's sketches and his final work indicate a distancing of the Tsar from the attack on the Tsarevich: in early versions, Ivan the Terrible is holding the sceptre used to deliver the blow, but the instrument is left out of the completed work.

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    Namely, Tsar Ivan the Terrible, in a quarrel, killed his own son Ivan Ivanovich. The 27-year-old was his eldest son and heir, and carried the title of Tsarevich. The confrontation between father and son went as follows: Tsar Ivan the Terrible got angry when he saw his daughter-in-law – Tsarevich’s wife Elena – wearing immodest clothing.
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    Ivan the Terrible, Part I: Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. With Nikolay Cherkasov, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Serafima Birman, Mikhail Nazvanov. During the early part of his reign, Ivan the Terrible faces betrayal from the aristocracy and even his closest friends as he seeks to unite the Russian people.
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    In 2010, John Demjanjuk turned 90 years old. The man who came to be known as ‘Ivan the Terrible’ and the subject of the most protracted war crimes case in history is on trial in Germany for mass murder committed before most people alive today were born, and nearly 33 years after he was first identified.
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    Ivan (Cyrillic: Иван or Іван) is a Slavic male given name, connected with the variant of the Greek name Iōánnēs (English: John) from Hebrew יוֹחָנָן Yôḥānnān meaning 'God is gracious'.
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    Ivan IV's men raised the entire city and may have killed as many as 30,000 people. Like Vlad Dracula, Ivan IV cemented his power by murdering and dispossessing boyar families. Ivan IV also blinded the architect of St. Basil's Cathedral and beat his pregnant daughter-in-law until she had a miscarriage.
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