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When the ice retreated, life started to reappear. In 964 she became a Christian and established her son Svyatoslav on the throne. After his death in 1015, fighting and assassinations between his sons ensued, resulting in victory for prince Yaroslav in 1019. Reading rooms would be closed from 27 December 2016. Prince Olekh established the Kyivan State proper in 879. After Danylo died in 1264, his sons continued to rule in peaceful coexistence with the Tatars. Also in the 7th century Greeks left Black Sea shores, thus causing a considerable gap in the documented history of Ukraine. Although ruled by princes, they also had people's councils and tribal elders. At the end of this period the seas receded to the approximately present day coasts of Black, Azov and Caspian seas to form one big sea. Afterward they moved westward, plundering Halych, Poland and Hungary then in 1245 they returned and occupied eastern Ukraine. Volodymyr started to fortify Kyiv against them. Loosely translated and abridged by George Skoryk from "HISTORY OF UKRAINE " by Mykhaylo Hrushevs'kyi II. Later, during Late Stone Age (Neolithic Age they began to make utensils from earth, kept domestic animals for milk and meat, constructed dwellings and cultivated the soil. Then, during the Pliocene period, some 6 million years ago, the climate began to cool. In History he is known as Volodymyr the Great or Saint Volodymyr. Danylo founded city Lviv in 1250 as a defense site against Tatars. Then, gradually, during Middle Stone Age (Mesolithic Age) they began to make stone tools and weapons. One particular battle led by Prince Ehor in 1185 was enshrined in a poem "Slovo o Polku Ehorevim" (The Tale of Ehor's Regiment). During the Miocene Period in Tertiary Age of Cenozoic Era, some 12 million years ago, most of Ukraine was covered by sea. In 1103 they united their forces under leadership of prince Monomakh (one of the grandsons of Yaroslav the Great) and defeated the Polovetsian hordes. Mailing address: Gerosios Vilties 10, LT-03134 Vilnius, Lithuania Telephone: Fax. The dominant prince was Danylo's son Lev. In 1169 prince Andrey Bogolyubski conquered and destroyed Kyiv and established his capital in Vladimir near present site of Moscow, thus originating present Russian state. Lithuanian State Historical Archives is the main repository of records for the Lithuanian history from the 13th century up to the declaration of the Independence of Lithuania in 1918 (civil. His son Yuriy would again unite the Halych and Volynj principalities with Lviv as the capital. However, in the same way as his forefathers, he divided the country between his sons, who after his death in 1054, started to fight among themselves and divide their land. In 1097 all princes agreed to stop fighting between themselves. They were replaced in 5th century BC by Scythians, who ruled till 2nd century BC; Sarmatian tribes then replaced them. Fonds of private persons and families (15th c.1941 Documents collections (15th20th cc. From 7th century BC Greeks started to colonize the coast of the Black Sea. Copies of old documents would be helpful in our search. The records of state institutions, religious communities, popular organizations and families that are maintained in this Archives also reflect the history of Russia, Belarus, Poland, Ukraine, Latvia and other countries. The part 5 of the article 20 of Law on Documents and Archives of the Republic of Lithuania determines fixed restrictions on access to the documents which contain information on. Please be informed, that Lithuanian State Historical Archives moves to the new building. Khazar control of the steppe was breached in the late 9th century by the Magyars, who later were replaced by Pechenegs and then by Polovetsians as dominant tribes. A very strong Slav tribe called Wends developed in 4th century; their settlements extended from central Ukraine up to Baltic Sea. They succeeded at first but, toward the end of year 1240, Tatars returned and besieged Kyiv. They traded wine, oil, and textiles, silver and gold wares and utensils with local tribes for grain and hides but they also engaged in slave trade. Force was often used against those who resisted. Later the ground froze up and soon ice sheets covered most of the northern part of Ukraine. Prince Ehor followed him, in 912, who not only continued external raids but also had to fight insubordinate tribes of Ulitchs and Derevlans. There is no computer data-base in our archives. Meanwhile, Prince Danylo (son of Prince Roman) established himself in Halych and his brother Vasylko in Volynj. Archives provide paid services relating to the search of documents, according the price-list that was confirmed by the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania on June 8, 2011. Access to documents which contain information on personals private life and personal data. Persons shall have the right of access to such documents in accordance with the procedure established by the said laws. At present the total amount of the items preserved is 1,360 million, or over 17,500 linear metres of shelving space. Reading room opening hours: I, III, IV  II V The last two working days of each month reading rooms are closed. On 16th December 1240 they conquered, plundered and ruined the city.