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  1. Evdochia Olelkovici - Wikipedia

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    Evdochia din Kiev (n. prima parte a sec. XV – d. 25 noiembrie 1467, Suceava) a fost prima soție a voievodului Ștefan cel Mare.. Biografie. Evdochia Olelkovici a fost fiica principelui Olelko și a Anastasiei Vasilievna.

  2. Simeon Olelkovici - Wikipedia

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    Simeon Olelkovici (belarusă Сямён Алелькавіч, ucraineană Семен Олелькович, rusă Семён Олелькович, lituaniană Simonas Olelkaitis; 1420–1470) a fost ultimul mare cneaz al Kievului, între 1454-1470 și cneaz al Slutskului ⁠(en) între 1443-1455.

  3. Alexander Olelka - de búsqueda

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    Alexander Olelka (died in 1454) was the ancestor of the family. He was a son of Vladimir, Duke of Kiev, and grandson of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania.

  4. Anastasia of Russia may refer to: . Anastasia of Kiev (1023–1074/1096), daughter of Yaroslav the Wise; wife of Andrew I of Hungary; Anastasia Monomachina (died 1067), daughter of Constantine IX Monomachos and first wife of Vsevolod I of Kiev as Princess of Pereyaslavl

  5. Alexander Olelka - de búsqueda

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    Free Public Reputation Profile - For Alexander A. www.mylife.com. Reputation Profiles include free contact info & photos + criminal & court records. See your own ...

  6. anastasia of russia : definition of anastasia of russia and ...

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    Anastasia of Russia may refer to:. Anastasia of Kiev (1023–1074/1096), daughter of Yaroslav the Wise; wife of Andrew I of Hungary; Anastasia Monomachina (died 1067), daughter of Constantine IX Monomachos and first wife of Vsevolod I of Kiev as Princess of Pereyaslavl

  7. Simeon Olelkovič – Wikipedie

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    Simeon (Šimon) Olelkovič (bělorusky: Сямён Алелькавіч, ukrajinsky: Семен Олелькович, rusky: Семён Олелькович, litevsky: Simonas Olelkaitis; 1420, Sluck–1470, Kyjev) byl posledním kyjevským knížetem (1454 až 1470) a knížetem sluckým (1443 až 1455).

  8. CORE

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    In 1442, however, Kazimieras and the Council of Seigniors were forced to acknowledge the pa-trimonial rights of Alexander Vladimiraitis - Olelka to the Kiev Duchy. Olelka, and later his son Simonas, tried to strengt-hen their positions in Kiev, generating well-disposed nobility around them and pursuing a consistent dynasty policy.

  9. Vladimir, prince of Kiev - geni family tree

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    Vladimiras Algirdaitis – Kijevo kunigaikštis (1362/1377 – 1395), Slucko kunigaikštis (1395 – 1399), Algirdo sūnus, Gediminaičių atstovas.

  10. Full text of "Historya narodu Polskiego"

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