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  1. Anastasia Vasilievna of Moscow (died 1470), daughter of Vasily I of Moscow and wife of Alexander Olelka and ancestress of the Olelkovich Anastasia Romanovna Zakharyina-Yurieva (1530–1560), daughter of Roman Yurievich Zakharyin-Yuriev and first wife of Ivan IV of Russia

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  2. Gediminids | Familypedia | Fandom

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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.

  3. Mikhailo Olelkovich - Wikipedia

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    Mikhailo Aleksandrovich Olelkovich (executed on August 30, 1481 in Vilnius) was a noble from the Olelkovich family of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. He was the brother of Prince Simeon Olelkovich of Kiev and cousin of Grand Prince Ivan III of Moscow.

  4. Alexander Olelka - Wikidata

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    Alexander Olelka (Q2498472) From Wikidata. ... Alexander. 0 references. noble title. knyaz. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia project. Ukrainian Wikipedia. date of ...

  5. Anastasia of Russia - Wikipedia

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    Anastasia Vasilievna of Moscow (died 1470), daughter of Vasily I of Moscow and wife of Alexander Olelka and ancestress of the Olelkovich Anastasia Romanovna Zakharyina-Yurieva (1530–1560), daughter of Roman Yurievich Zakharyin-Yuriev and first wife of Ivan IV of Russia

  6. Mikhailo Aleksandrovich Olelkovich (executed on August 30, 1481 in Vilnius) was a noble from the Olelkovich family of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. He was the brother of Prince Semen Olelkovich of Kiev and cousin of Grand Prince Ivan III of Moscow. Mikhailo was allegedly involved both in bringing the Judaizer Heresy to Novgorod and the failed defection of the city to the Grand Duchy of ...

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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.

    • Vytas Jankauskas
  8. anastasia of russia : definition of anastasia of russia and ...

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    Anastasia Vasilievna of Moscow (died 1470), daughter of Vasily I of Moscow and wife of Alexander Olelka and ancestress of the Olelkovich Anastasia Romanovna Zakharyina-Yurieva (1530–1560), daughter of Roman Yurievich Zakharyin-Yuriev and first wife of Ivan IV of Russia

  9. 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.

  10. Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 04 ...

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    Midlan, Olelka and Khedive temples at the beaches. The condition of D. F. Reid, state accountant’s clerk of Richmond, who broke his neck in a dive at Ocean View j Sunday, is critical. The Norfolk league of women voters, I planning participation in state legisla tive compaign, will hear candidates for senate and house at a mass meeting Tuesday.

  11. 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).

    • Maria Gasztold
    • 1420, Sluck