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Презентация по английскому языку на тему"The Regalia of the Russian Sovereigns"

The Regalia of the Russian Sovereigns Symbols of supreme power.
Regalia (from the Latin regalis, “belonging to the king”), symbols of monarch...
The first ceremonial consecration of a grand prince in the history of Russia ...
The consecration of Dmitry, proclaimed heir to Ivan III, took place on 4 Febr...
Barmas of Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich. Istambul, 1662 Cap of Monomakh. The Orien...
From 1547- the year of the consecration of the first Russian Tsar, Ivan Vasil...
Remember the words by Pushkin: ”Oh, how heavy you are, Cap of Monomakh”. Port...
Kazan Cap of Tsar Ivan the Terrible
Portrait of Tsar Ivan the Terrible H. Vaigel. Nuremberg, Second half of the 1...
Diamond Cap of Tsar Ivan Alexeyevich. Moscow, Kremlin workshops. 1680s
Diamond Cap of Tsar Peter the Great. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 1680s.
“Platno” (state robe) of Tsar Peter the Great. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 17t...
Portrait of Tsar Peter the Great. Netherlands 1698 P.Van Gunst
The history of Russia in the late 17th century is echoed in the long name “Ca...
Following the death of the childless Tsar Fyodor Alexeyevich in April, 1682, ...
Double throne of Tsar Ivan Alexeyevich And Pyotr Alexeyevich. Moscow, Kremlin...
The state sword 17th century. In 1742, during the coronation of Empress Eliza...
The State shield (17th cent.).
It is difficult to say precisely when the state shield was first used in a co...
At the coronation ceremony held at Uspensky (Assumption) Cathedral Catherine ...
Imperial Sceptre Imperial Sceptre ( a small mace symbolizing the Absolute pow...
Imperial Orb This orb was made in 1762 for Catherine the Great. The Indian di...
Great Imperial Crown (1762) This symbol of monarchy power was made by J.Pauzi...
Small Imperial Crown. It weighs 378 grams : there are 48 big (from 2 to 9 car...
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№ слайда 1 The Regalia of the Russian Sovereigns Symbols of supreme power.
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The Regalia of the Russian Sovereigns Symbols of supreme power.

№ слайда 2 Regalia (from the Latin regalis, “belonging to the king”), symbols of monarchica
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Regalia (from the Latin regalis, “belonging to the king”), symbols of monarchical power, hold a special place among state treasures. The oldest of them became part of the treasury long ago, and now to be found in the Armoury. Two-headed eagle. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 1680.

№ слайда 3 The first ceremonial consecration of a grand prince in the history of Russia too
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The first ceremonial consecration of a grand prince in the history of Russia took place five hundred years ago, at the end of 15th century, during the reign of Ivan III, when the unification of Russian lands under the rule of Moscow was largely completed. Consecration-посвящение

№ слайда 4 The consecration of Dmitry, proclaimed heir to Ivan III, took place on 4 Februar
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The consecration of Dmitry, proclaimed heir to Ivan III, took place on 4 February, 1498, in the Dormition Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin. The culmination of this ceremony came when Dmitry was attired in barma and crown- the famous Cap of Monomakh- the very first attributes of supreme power in the state of Moscow.

№ слайда 5 Barmas of Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich. Istambul, 1662 Cap of Monomakh. The Orient,
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Barmas of Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich. Istambul, 1662 Cap of Monomakh. The Orient, larte 13th –early 14th century.

№ слайда 6 From 1547- the year of the consecration of the first Russian Tsar, Ivan Vasilyev
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From 1547- the year of the consecration of the first Russian Tsar, Ivan Vasilyevtich ( the Terrible)- up to the end of the 17th century, the Cap of Monomakh was used at the consecration of every Russian sovereign. It became the most honored attribute of royal power, symbolizing the responsibility of the tsar to his subjects.

№ слайда 7 Remember the words by Pushkin: ”Oh, how heavy you are, Cap of Monomakh”. Portrai
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Remember the words by Pushkin: ”Oh, how heavy you are, Cap of Monomakh”. Portrait of Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich. Crown, sceptre and orb of tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich

№ слайда 8 Kazan Cap of Tsar Ivan the Terrible
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Kazan Cap of Tsar Ivan the Terrible

№ слайда 9 Portrait of Tsar Ivan the Terrible H. Vaigel. Nuremberg, Second half of the 16th
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Portrait of Tsar Ivan the Terrible H. Vaigel. Nuremberg, Second half of the 16th century.

№ слайда 10 Diamond Cap of Tsar Ivan Alexeyevich. Moscow, Kremlin workshops. 1680s
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Diamond Cap of Tsar Ivan Alexeyevich. Moscow, Kremlin workshops. 1680s

№ слайда 11 Diamond Cap of Tsar Peter the Great. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 1680s.
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Diamond Cap of Tsar Peter the Great. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 1680s.

№ слайда 12 “Platno” (state robe) of Tsar Peter the Great. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 17th c
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“Platno” (state robe) of Tsar Peter the Great. Moscow, Kremlin workshops, 17th century Cross of Tsar Peter the Great

№ слайда 13 Portrait of Tsar Peter the Great. Netherlands 1698 P.Van Gunst
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Portrait of Tsar Peter the Great. Netherlands 1698 P.Van Gunst

№ слайда 14 The history of Russia in the late 17th century is echoed in the long name “Cap o
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The history of Russia in the late 17th century is echoed in the long name “Cap of Monomakh of the Second Order”.

№ слайда 15 Following the death of the childless Tsar Fyodor Alexeyevich in April, 1682, the
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Following the death of the childless Tsar Fyodor Alexeyevich in April, 1682, the throne was to pass to his brother, the fifteen-year old Ivan Alexeyevich. The Boyar Duma (concil) proclaimed the younger brother of Fyodor and Ivan, the ten-year old Tsarevich Pyotr, tsar. Later both brothers were proclaimed tsars. During the consecration of them, the ancient Cap pf Monomakh was placed on the head of Ivan and the Cap of Monomakh of the Second Order, specially made on that occasion , was placed on the head of Peter.

№ слайда 16 Double throne of Tsar Ivan Alexeyevich And Pyotr Alexeyevich. Moscow, Kremlin wo
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Double throne of Tsar Ivan Alexeyevich And Pyotr Alexeyevich. Moscow, Kremlin workshops 1680s

№ слайда 17 The state sword 17th century. In 1742, during the coronation of Empress Elizabet
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The state sword 17th century. In 1742, during the coronation of Empress Elizabeth, the state sword made its first appearance. It served to remind the monarch of the royal duty to defend good and punish evil. The Russian state sword was made over a period of time. Its blade dates back to the 17th century while the handle and the sheath date to the 18th century. The design of the handle is heavily ornamental, consisting of eagle heads and crown cast in silver.

№ слайда 18 The State shield (17th cent.).
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The State shield (17th cent.).

№ слайда 19 It is difficult to say precisely when the state shield was first used in a coron
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It is difficult to say precisely when the state shield was first used in a coronation ceremony, but it is possible that this also dates back to the 18th century. The shield has traditional circular shape, and it is covered with red and velvet decorated with agraffes made of jade, rock crystal and colored stones, mainly 17th century Turkish work. Jade-жадеит

№ слайда 20 At the coronation ceremony held at Uspensky (Assumption) Cathedral Catherine the
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At the coronation ceremony held at Uspensky (Assumption) Cathedral Catherine the Great appeared a true empress. She was wearing a crown and was carrying a sceptre in her right hand and orb in her left one.

№ слайда 21 Imperial Sceptre Imperial Sceptre ( a small mace symbolizing the Absolute power)
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Imperial Sceptre Imperial Sceptre ( a small mace symbolizing the Absolute power) carried at the coronation ceremony by Catherine the Great did not live to our times. The one made at the beginning of 1770s is exhibited at the Diamond Fund. Mace-жезл

№ слайда 22 Imperial Orb This orb was made in 1762 for Catherine the Great. The Indian diamo
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Imperial Orb This orb was made in 1762 for Catherine the Great. The Indian diamond of the first water weighing approximately 50 carats was mounted at the cross of ribbons, and a huge Ceylon sapphire of 200 carats crowned the orb.

№ слайда 23 Great Imperial Crown (1762) This symbol of monarchy power was made by J.Pauzie.
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Great Imperial Crown (1762) This symbol of monarchy power was made by J.Pauzie. It weighs 1097 grams, contains 4936 diamonds (2858 carats) and is toped by a dark red spinel beneath a diamond cross. Two delicate silver hemispheres constituting the royal crown are adored with a chain of big gleaming pearls. spinel –шпинель (минерал)

№ слайда 24 Small Imperial Crown. It weighs 378 grams : there are 48 big (from 2 to 9 carats
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Small Imperial Crown. It weighs 378 grams : there are 48 big (from 2 to 9 carats) and 20 small diamonds in it. Crown Of Empress Anna Ioannovna. St Peterburg, 1730

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Презентация по английскому языку на тему"The Regalia of the Russian Sovereigns"
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Презентация-лекция была создана мною для факультативного курса "Твоя Родина" ("Your Motherland") Лекция была показана на уроках, в том числе открытых, в рамках данного курса.

Она нравится обучающимся. Презантация-лекция может быть использована как в средней, так и в старшей школе. Она может служить материалом для интегрированных уроков, например Истории и Английского языка.

Цель лекции: Познакомить обучающихся с символами Росси на протяжении ее истории.

Воспитательная задача: Воспитывать патриотизм и любовь к Родине.

Развивающая задача: Познакомить обучающихся с символами государственной власти России и их исторической ценностью для России современной.

В процессе работы с лекцией  учащиеся узнают когда произошло первое «введение во престол» русского царя как властелина объединенного государства и чем его короновали.

Двуглавый орел как символ власти государства Российского и символ современной России.

Что символизирует Шапка Мономаха. Почему для Петра I сделали вторую шапку Мономаха (Шапку Мономаха Второго Порядка).

Зачем был сделан двойной царский трон.

Когда появились среди символов России меч и государственный щит.

Когда появились знаки императорской власти в России: императорская корона, жезл и держава.  Какая корона из всех императорских корон,  созданных в России, считается самой красивой и самой главной.

Красочная презентация-лекция помогает обучающимся быстро усвоить материал.

Я буду рада поделиться своей разработкой с коллегами.

Автор Косарева Наталья Валерьевна
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