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  1. Dmitry Krasny - Wikipedia

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    Sep 05, 2020 · Dmitriy Yurievich Krasny, was the youngest son of Yury of Zvenigorod and Anastasia of Smolensk, and grandson of Dmitry Donskoy. He was the appanage prince of Galich-Mersky and took part in the Great Feudal War. The strange circumstances of his death are described in chronicles with many details and cause speculation about possible poisoning.

  2. Family tree of Russian monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Anastasia of Smolensk?-1422: Yuri Kirdyapin: Ivan Shuysky: Zakhary Ivanovich Koshkin: Anna of Moscow 1393–1417: Maria of Borovsk 1418–1484: Vasily II G.P. of Moscow 1415–1425–1433/ 1435–1446/ 1447–1462: Vasily Kosoy G.P. of Moscow 1421–1434– 1435-1448: Dmitry Shemyaka G.P. of Moscow?-1446– 1447-1453: Vasily Shuysky?-1448? Boris Gorbaty-Shuysky: Yuri Koshkin?–1504: Maria

  3. Simeon of Moscow - Wikipedia

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    In 1333, Simeon married Aigusta (Anastasia), sister of Algirdas. After her death in 1345, Simeon married Eupraxia of Smolensk, but soon sent her back to her family, claiming that Eupraxia was cursed since wedding and "appears to be dead each night".

    • 31 March 1340 – 27 April 1353
    • Ivan I
  4. Anastasia Bitsenko - Wikipedia

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    Aug 30, 2020 · Anastasia Alekseevna Bitsenko, née Kameristaya (Russian: Анастасия Алексеевна Биценко, née Камeристая; 10 November 1875 – 16 June 1938) was a Narodnik-inspired, later Communist, Russian revolutionary.

  5. Vladimir II Monomakh - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Svyatoslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Smolensk and Pereyaslav (c. 1080 – 16 March 1114) Yaropolk II of Kiev (1082 – 18 February 1139) Viacheslav I of Kiev (1083 – 2 February 1154)

  6. Polish–Muscovite War (1605–1618) - Wikipedia

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    Sep 07, 2020 · Names of the war. The conflict is often referred to by different names, most commonly the Russo–Polish War, with the term Russia replacing the term Muscovy.In Polish historiography, the wars are usually referred to as the Dimitriads: the First Dymitriad (1605–1606) and Second Dymitriad (1607–1609) and the Polish–Muscovite War (1609–1618), which can subsequently be divided into two ...

  7. Nikolaas II van Rusland - Wikipedia

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    Nikolaas II Aleksandrowitsj (Russies: Николай II Александрович; Nikolai II Aleksandrowitsj) (Tsarskoje Selo, 6 Mei 1868 – Jekaterinburg, 17 Julie 1918) was die laaste keiser van Rusland en die laaste heerser van die Romanof-dinastie (1613–1917).

  8. Maria Alexandrovna (Maria de Hesse e Reno) – Wikipédia, a ...

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    Sep 02, 2020 · Maria Alexandrovna (em russo: Мария Александровна); Darmestádio, 8 de agosto de 1824 – São Petersburgo, 3 de junho de 1880), foi a esposa do Czar Alexandre II e Imperatriz Consorte do Império Russo de 1855 até sua morte em 1880.

  9. Maria Feodorovna (Sofia Doroteia de Württemberg) – Wikipédia ...

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    Aug 29, 2020 · Maria Feodorovna nasceu em Estetino, Prússia, no dia 25 de outubro de 1759 como Sofia Maria Doroteia Augusta Luísa de Württemberg. Era filha do rei Frederico II Eugénio, Duque de Württemberg, e da sua esposa, Sofia Doroteia de Brandemburgo-Schwedt.

  10. Vladimir II Monomach – Wikipedia

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    Sep 09, 2020 · Hans mor var troligen Anastasia (död 1067), dotter till den bysantinske kejsaren Konstantin IX Monomachos, därav tillnamnet. Han var halvbror till kejsarinnan Euphraxia av Kiev (1070-1109), gemål till Henrik IV (tysk-romersk kejsare). Han blev furste av Smolensk 1077 och furste av Tjernihiv 1078 och furste av Perejaslav (1094–1113).