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  1. Michael of Chernigov - Wikipedia

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    Nov 09, 2020 · Saint Michael of Chernigov (Russian: Михаи́л Черни́говский, Ukrainian: Миха́йло Все́володович Чернігівський) or Mikhail Vsevolodovich (Russian: Михаил Всеволодович, Ukrainian: Михайло Всеволодович) (c. 1185 – Saray, 20 September 1246) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty).

    • c.  1185
    • Anastasia of Poland
  2. Miguel de Chernígov - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Predecesor: Mstislav II Sviatoslávich Príncipe de Chernígov 1223-1235 Sucesor: Mstislav III Glébovich Predecesor: Vsévolod Yúrievich Príncipe de Nóvgorod 1225-1226 Sucesor: Yaroslav Vsévolodich Predecesor: Teodoro y Alejandro Yaroslávich (Nevski) Príncipe de Nóvgorod 1229-1230 Sucesor: Rostislav Mijáilovich Predecesor: Danilo Románovich Príncipe de Hálych 1235-1236 Sucesor ...

  3. Yaropolk Izyaslavich - Wikipedia

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    Yaropolk Izyaslavich (died 1087) was a Knyaz (prince) during the eleventh-century in the Kievan Rus' kingdom and was the King of Rus (1076–1078). The son of Grand Prince Izyaslav Yaroslavich by a Polish princess named Gertruda, he is visible in papal sources by the early 1070s but largely absent in contemporary Rus sources until his father's death in 1078.

  4. Volodymyr the Great - Wikidata

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    Nov 20, 2020 · St Vladimir Boris Gleb.jpg 1,101 × 1,325; 545 KB media legend Icona russa medieval amb Sant Vladímir, al centre, entre els sants Borís i Gleb, fills seus (Catalan)