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  1. Elena of Moldavia - Wikipedia

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    Elena Stefanovna of Moldavia (1465-1505), was a Moldavian royal and daughter of Stephen III, who became Crown Princess of Muscovite Russia by her marriage to Ivan the Young. Elena married Ivan the Young in 1483, giving birth to Prince Dmitry Ivanovich .

  2. Elena of Moldavia (1467-1505) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Elena of Moldavia was born 1467 in Suceava, Suceava County, Moldavia to Stephen III of Moldavia (1433-1504) and Evdokia Olelkovna (c1444-1467) and died 18 January 1505 inMoscow, Russia of unspecified causes. Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are fromRomania, Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania, Sweden, Belarus, France, the United Kingdom, Germany ...

    • 1467 Suceava, Suceava County, Moldavia
    • Evdokia Olelkovna (c1444-1467)
    • Stephen III of Moldavia (1433-1504)
    • Ivan Ivanovich of Russia (1458-1490)
  3. Elena, duchess of Branagh | Dynasty Wiki | Fandom

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    Beautiful, slinky, and sophisticated - words used by many around the world to describe the elegant duchess of Branagh, Elena. There existed a love/hate relationship between the province of Branagh and the tiny European country of Moldavia. Elena became betrothed to Moldavia's Prince Michael, but when Michael met Amanda Carrington in Acapulco, he forgot all about Elena. Michael fell head-over ...

  4. HOW IT WAS IN REALITY. THE EPOCH OF THE XVI CENTURY. KAZAN ...

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    So, Esther is Elena Voloshanka, i.e. Moldovanka (Moldavian), the princess of Moldavia. Her father is the Khan of Moldavia – that is the biblical Mordecai. The expert on the history of the church A.V.Kartashov states: 'In …1470 in Novgorod there appears a heresy of the so called the 'Judaizers'.

  5. Landmarks in Moldavia | Attractions in Moldavia

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    Moldavia, RomaniaChurch of Sts Constantine and Elena "is the only foundation in the town of Bacau boyar. It was built between the years leading pasoptiste revolution, that between 1842 -1845. The founders of this church are phat and Anton Enachi Krupenski Birzu.

  6. List of rulers of Moldavia - Wikipedia

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    This is a List of rulers of Moldavia, from the first mention of the medieval polity east of the Carpathians and until its disestablishment in 1862, when it united with Wallachia, the other Danubian Principality, to form the modern-day state of Romania

  7. Stephen Iii Of Moldavia and 31 related entities | Entities Finder

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    Elena of Moldavia Ivan the Young's wife. Desc: Elena Stefanovna of Moldavia, was a Moldavian royal and daughter of Stephen III, who became Crown Princess of Muscovite Russia by her marriage to Ivan the Young.

  8. History of Moldova - Wikipedia

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    The history of Moldova can be traced to the 1350s, when the Principality of Moldavia, the medieval precursor of modern Moldova and Romania, was founded.The principality was a vassal of the Ottoman Empire from 1538 until the 19th century.

  9. Michael of Moldavia | Dynasty Wiki | Fandom

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    The heir to the throne of Moldavia was suave, handsome, and cool. Michael, the son of King Galen, was betrothed to the Duchess of Branah, Elena. However, Michael forgot all about her once his eyes caught a glimpse of beautiful Amanda Carrington. Captivated by her beauty and sophistication, Michael was enthralled. He was sure he had found his princess. The two became lovers, and were married in ...

  10. The name "Moldova" probably derives from the German Mulde , "a deep river valley with high banks." Location and Geography. The Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country between Romania and Ukraine that covers 13,199 square miles (33,845 square kilometers).