Danylo Ostrozky was probably Prince of Turaŭ, first Prince of Ostroh, and founder of the Ostrozky House.
- after 1366
The family spanned from the 14th century Ruthenian noble Daniil Ostrogski to the 17th century Polish members. After the death of Janusz Ostrogski, the last male heir, most of the family's possessions passed to the Zasławski family.
Daniil Ostrogski (fl. 1344–1366), Prince of Turaŭ, first Prince of Ostroh, founder of Ostrogski House Daniil Shchenya (fl. 1489–1519), Russian military leader Daniil Sulimov (1890  –1937), Soviet Russian politician
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The family spanned from the 14th century (Daniil Ostrogski) to the 17th century. After the death of the last male heir of the Ostrogoski family, Janusz Ostrogski, most of the family's possessions were passed to the Zasławski family. (en) Ostrogski war einer der mächtigsten Adelshäuser im Großfürstentum Litauen, später in Polen-Litauen. (de)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Prince Feodor Ostrogski (1360–1446) was a powerful magnate in Volhynia of Rurikid stock, son of Daniil Ostrogski. In some sources he's called Teodor, Fedko or Frederic. He was active in the Hussite Wars and assisted Sigismund Korybut.
Daniil Ostrogski (? - after 1366), ancestor of the Ostrogski house. Feodor Ostrogski (1360–1446), governor of Volhynia. Konstanty Ostrogski (1460–1530) - Hetman of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Ilia Ostrogski (1510–1539), Braclaw starost; Elizaveta Ostrogska (1539–1582)
Daniil Ostrogski (fl. 1344–1366), Prince of Turaŭ, first Prince of Ostroh, founder of Ostrogski House Daniil Ratnikov (born 1988), Estonian football player Daniil Sapljoshin (born 1970), Estonian kickboxer
Aleksander Ostrogski • Daniil Ostrogski • Feodor Ostrogski • Ilia Ostrogski • Janusz Ostrogski • Konstanty ... Wikipedia - see also. Ostrogski family . All ...
Konstanty Iwanowicz Ostrogski (c. 1460 – 10 August 1530; Канстантын Іванавіч Астроскі, Костянтин Іванович Острозький, Kostjantyn Ostroz'kyj, Konstantinas Ostrogiškis, also known under his Ruthenian name Vasyl-Kostjantyn Ostroz'kyj and modern Belarusian transliteration Kanstancin Astrožski) was a prince and magnate of the Grand Duchy of ...