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  1. Dmitry of Tver - Wikipedia

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    Dmitry Mikhaylovich of Tver ( Russian: Дми́трий Миха́йлович Тверcко́й) (1299 – September 15, 1326), nicknamed The Fearsome Eyes ( Гро́зные О́чи ), was a Grand Prince of Tver (from 1318 to 1326) and Grand Prince of Vladimir (from 1322 to 1326). He was a son of Mikhail of Tver and Anna of Kashin .

  2. Dmitry of Tver, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Date of Death

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    He was a son of Mikhail of Tver and Anna of Kashin. Dmitry continued his father's fight with Grand Prince Yuri Danilovich of Moscow for the yarlik (also iarlik) that is, the diploma or patent of office for the title of Grand Prince of Vladimir, which was granted by the Khan of the Golden Horde.

  3. Dmitri Mikhailovich of Tver (1299-1326) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Dmitri Mikhailovich of Tver ( Russian: Дми́трий Миха́йлович Тверcко́й) (1299 – September 15, 1326), nicknamed The Terrible Eyes ( Гро́зные О́чи ), was a Grand Prince of Vladimir (from 1322 to 1326) and Grand Prince of Tver (from 1318 to 1326). He was a son of Mikhail of Tver and Anna of Kashin .

    • 1299
    • Anna Dmitriyevna of Kashin (c1280-1368)
    • 15 September 1326
    • Maria of Lithuania (1300-1349)
  4. Dmitry Mikhailovich "The Terrible Eyes", Prince of Tver (1299 ...

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    Jan 29, 2017 · Dmitry Mikhaylovich was a Grand Prince of Vladimir (from 1322 to 1326) and Grand Prince of Tver (from 1318 to 1326). He was a son of Mikhail of Tver and Anna of Kashin. Dmitry continued his father's fight with Grand Prince Yuri Danilovich of Moscow for the yarlik (also iarlik) that is, the diploma or patent of office for the title of Grand Prince of Vladimir, which was granted by the Khan of the Golden Horde.

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    • Saint Anna of Kashin, Saint Mikhail of Tver
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    Dmitry Mikhaylovich of Tver(Russian: Дми́трий Миха́йлович Тверcко́й) (1299 – September 15, 1326), nicknamed The Fearsome Eyes(Гро́зные О́чи), was a Grand Prince of Tver(from 1318 to 1326) and Grand Prince of Vladimir(from 1322 to 1326). He was a son of Mikhail of Tverand Anna of Kashin.

  6. Dmitry Mikhailovich | Encyclopedia.com

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    (1299 – 1326), Prince of Tver and grand prince of Vladimir. Dmitry Mikhailovich ("Terrible Eyes") was born on September 15, 1299. Twelve years later he led a campaign against Yury Danilovich of Moscow to capture Nizhny Novgorod. But Metropolitan Peter, a supporter of Moscow, objected.

  7. Person:Dmitrij Tver (1) - Genealogy - WeRelate

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    Dmitry Mikhaylovich of Tver (1299 – September 15, 1326), nicknamed The Fearsome Eyes, was a Grand Prince of Vladimir (from 1322 to 1326) and Grand Prince of Tver (from 1318 to 1326). He was a son of Mikhail of Tver and Anna of Kashin . Dmitry continued his father's fight with Grand Prince Yuri Danilovich of Moscow for the yarlik (also iarlik) that is, the diploma or patent of office for the title of Grand Prince of Vladimir, which was granted by the Khan of the Golden Horde.

  8. dmitry of tver : définition de dmitry of tver et synonymes de ...

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    Dmitry Mikhaylovich of Tver(Russian: Дми́трий Миха́йлович Тверcко́й; 1299 — September 15, 1326), nicknamed The Terrible Eyes(Гро́зные О́чи), was a Grand Prince of Vladimir(from 1322 to 1326) and...

  9. Tver | historical principality, Russia | Britannica

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    In 1322 the patent conferring the title was again bestowed on a Tver prince, Dmitry Mikhaylovich. But he was executed (1326) by Öz Beg for killing Yury of Moscow. The patent was then passed to his brother Alexander, who held it until the Tver population revolted against Mongol officials (1327).

  10. Tver - Wikipedia

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    His son Dmitry "the Terrible Eyes" succeeded him and, concluding an alliance with the mighty Grand Duchy of Lithuania, managed to raise Tver's prestige even higher. Exasperated by Dmitry's influence, Prince Ivan Kalita of the Grand Duchy of Moscow engineered his murder by the Mongols in 1326.