Danylo (Andriy) Ostrozky (Ukrainian: Данило Острозький, Polish: Daniel Ostrogski, died after 1366) was probably Prince of Turaŭ, first Prince of Ostroh, and founder of the Ostrozky House
- after 1366
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Ivan's son, Kostiantyn Ostrozky (ca 1460 to 1530), was grand hetman of Lithuania and one of the five wealthiest magnates in the Lithuanian-Ruthenian state. He was a prominent defender and patron of the Orthodox church. Kostiantyn's son Illia (1510–39) was starosta of Bratslav and Vinnytsia from 1530.
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Danylo Ostrozky (294 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Danylo (Andriy) Ostrozky (Ukrainian: Данило Острозький, Polish: Daniel Ostrogski, died after 1366) was probably Prince of Turaŭ, first Prince of Ostroh
Ukraine is currently embroiled in a tense fight with Russia to preserve its territorial integrity and political independence. But today’s conflict is only the latest in a long history of battles over Ukraine’s territory and its existence as a sovereign nation.
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The Jesuits often played an important political role. In 1773 Pope Clement XIV disbanded the order, but it continued its activities in the Russian Empire under the protection of Catherine II. Restored in 1814 by Pope Pius VII, it was expelled from Russia in 1820. The only Ukrainian territory in which the Jesuits continued to operate was Galicia.