Yaroslav III Yaroslavich (1230–1271) (Russian: Ярослав Ярославич) was the first Prince of Tver and the tenth Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1264 to 1271. . Yaroslav and his son Mikhail Yaroslavich presided over Tver's transformation from a sleepy village into one of the greatest centres of power in medieval R
The Prince of Novgorod (Russian: Князь новгородский, knyaz novgorodskii) was the chief executive of Novgorod the Great.The office was originally an appointed one until the late eleventh or early twelfth century, then became something of an elective one until the fourteenth century, after which the Prince of Vladimir (who was almost always the Prince of Moscow) was almost ...
Yaroslav II (Яросла́в II Все́володович), Christian name Theodor (Феодо́р) (8 February 1191 – 30 September 1246) was the Grand Prince of Vladimir (1238–1246) who helped to restore his country and capital after the Mongol invasion of Russia
On July 22, 1176, Yaroslav's brother Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich occupied Kiev and promoted Yaroslav to Chernigov. At the beginning of 1181, Yaroslav's brother, who had been expelled from Kiev, launched a campaign against prince Vsevolod III Yurevich of Suzdalia.
III. Yaroslav Yaroslaviç (1230 – 1271) (Rusça: Ярослав Ярославич) 1264'ten 1271'e kadar ilk Tver Prensi ve Vladimir'in onuncu Büyük Prensi. III. Yaroslav ve oğlu Mikhail Yaroslavich, Tver'i bir köyden ortaçağ Rusya'sının en büyük güç merkezlerinden biri haline
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Yaroslav is a Slavic given name, and it may refer to: . Yaroslav I the Wise (978–1054), Grand Prince of Kiev. Son of Vladimir the Great, founder of Yaroslav the city; Yaroslav II of Kiev (d. 1180), son of Iziaslav II of Kiev
Yaroslavl is one of the eight cities of Russia's Golden Ring, a group of touristic, historic towns around Moscow. Yaroslavl is situated on the north-eastern side of this 'ring' and is the largest city in its chain. Whilst the city is best known for its architectural merits, it also has a relatively large repertoire of cultural attractions.
Vladimir Sviatoslavich (Old East Slavic: Володимѣръ Свѧтославичь, Volodiměrъ Svętoslavičь; c. 958 – 15 July 1015), called the Great, was Prince of Novgorod, Grand Prince of Kiev, and ruler of Kievan Rus' from 980 to 1015.
Yaroslav III lại rời công quốc Novgorod một lần nữa, để cháu trai là Andrei Vorotislavich làm giám quốc Năm 1271, Yaroslav đi đến Horde cùng với những người cháu của ông là Vasily và Dmitry Alexandrovich và qua đời trên đường trở về.
Yaroslav Vladimiroviç Mudrı; Müdrik Yaroslav və ya I Yaroslav (rus. Ярослав Владимирович Мудрый ); 978  – 20 fevral 1054 , Vyshhorod [d] ) - Rostov knyazı (987—1010), Novoqorod knyazı (1010—1034), Kiyev knyazı (1016—1018, 1019—1054).