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  1. Boris of Tver - Wikipedia

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    Boris of Tver or Boris the Great (ca. 1399–February 10, 1461) was a Grand Prince of Tver from April 22, 1426 to his death.

  2. Tver - Wikipedia

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    In 1996, deputies took the founding document of the city – the Charter of the city of Tver, putting him in the Duma elections portion by rotation, then the election of deputies held 27 October 1996 and in the future – every two years on the "even" and "odd" districts.

    • 152.22 km² (58.77 sq mi)
    • 1135
    • 135 m (443 ft)
    • Russia
  3. Boris of Tver: Latest News & Videos, Photos about Boris of ...

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    BORIS OF TVER Rishi Sunak's budget to make cost of UK visa higher The UK Budget tabled by Indian-origin Finance Minister Rishi Sunak announced that the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) would be hiked from 400 pounds to 624 pounds.

  4. History of Tver | Rusmania

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    This left the Tver throne to Boris Aleksandrovich, another grandson of Mikhail. In 1454 Boris swore an oath to Moscow and his daughter Maria was married off to Grand Prince Vasili II of Moscow's son, Ivan Vasilievich (later Ivan III). Boris was succeeded by his son Mikhail Borisovich in 1461. It was at this period that Grand Prince Ivan III of ...

  5. Tver | historical principality, Russia | Britannica

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    Michael and his son Ivan, however, maintained Tver’s independence, and under the rule of Boris Aleksandrovich (1425–61) the principality flourished culturally and economically, while maintaining cordial relations with Moscow.

  6. Maria of Tver (1442-1467) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Maria Borisovna of Tver (Russian: Мария Борисовна) (1442 - 1467) was the first wife of Grand... Maria of Tver was born 1442 in Tver, Tver Oblast, Russia to Boris Aleksandrovich of Tver (c1399-1461) and Nastasiya Andeyevna Mozhaisky (?-?) and died April 1467 inMoscow, Russia of unspecified...

  7. Tikhonov Boris - Accordeonworld

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    Boris Tikhonov was born on 17th of November 1919 in the city of Tver. From childhood on, Tikhonov showed a passion for music. In the house where he lived he saw and heard the musical master Michael Rusin. He was fascinated with his playing the harmonica and accordeon.

  8. Maria of Tver b. 1442 d. 22 Apr 1467: Cook Ancestry

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    Boris of Tver, Prince of Tver, d. 10 Feb 1461 : Mother: Anastasia of Mojaisk, d. 12 Feb 1451 : ... Maria of Tver b. 1442 d. 22 Apr 1467: Cook Ancestry : Cook Family

  9. Maria of Tver (c. 1440–1467) | Encyclopedia.com

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    The daughter of Prince Boris of Tver and Anastasia of Mojaisk , Maria of Tver was betrothed to Ivan III in 1446, when both were six years old. Ivan's father, Basil II, grand duke of Moscow, was trying to consolidate his position.

  10. Person Page - 11486 - the peerage

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    Mary of Tver was born in 1442. 1 She was the daughter of Boris Rurik, Grand Duke of Tver. 1 She married Ivan III, Grand Duke of Moscow, son of Basil II, Grand Duke of Moscow and Mary of Maloyaroslav, in 1452. 1 She died in 1467. 1