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  1. Which of the Russian princesses REIGNED over Europe? - Russia ...

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    Dec 14, 2019 · Ivan the Great, Grand Prince of Moscow (1440-1505), who ruled the Russian lands longer than anybody in history, was married to Zoe Palaiologina (Sophia in Russia), a Byzantine princess.

  2. List of Russian rulers | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    21 November 1325, Moscow, Russia Ivan I Kalita: no image: 100px: 1288 Helena 9 children 21 November 1325 31 March 1340 31 March 1340, Moscow, Russia Simeon the Proud: no image: 100px: 7 November 1316 Anastasia of Lithuania no children Euphraxia of Smolensk no children Maria of Tver 4 sons (died young) 31 March 1340 27 April 1353 27 April 1353 ...

  3. Grand Duke of Moscow | Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing ...

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  4. Grand prince - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Helena of Moscow (2,743 words) case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article Moskiewska; 19 May 1476 – 20 January 1513) was daughter of Ivan III the Great, Grand Prince of Moscow, and an uncrowned Grand Duchess of Lithuania and Queen of Poland

  5. Princess of Rus'

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    They used the titles Princess, Grand Princess, Tsaritsa or Empress. Princess of Rus' Princess of Novgorod House of Rurik (862–882) Picture Name Father Birth Marriage

  6. Mystery over remains of a Napoleonic Army general finally ...

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    Aug 28, 2019 · The Battle of Valutino took place on 19 August 1812 near Smolensk, a city west of Moscow. It was part of Napoleon's quest to conquer Russia. In 1808 Napoleon had invaded Spain.

  7. Rulers of Russia - XENOPHON MIL

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    Yurii III Danilovich, born in 1238, (Moscow 1303-1325) Grand Prince of Vladimir (1319-1322) His father was Daniil, son of Aleksandr Nevski. He married first a princess from Rostov and then Agafya, sister of Tatar Khan Uzbek, He had no heir. DmitriiMikhailovich Grozni Ochi, (1322-1325) (Tver) Son of Mikhail Yaroslavich. He followed his father at ...

  8. THE DOLGOROUKY – ROMANOV CONNECTION – Russian Imperial Family ...

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    In 1380, Dimitri I of Moscow (1359-1389) began to confront the Mongol leaders and several territories were annexed to Moscow. At the end of the 15th century, specifically in the year 1494, Obolensk, where the Dolgorouky ruled, was incorporated into the Grand Duchy of Moscow, which was under the reign of Ivan III.

  9. Mstislav I Vladimirovich the Great Grand Prince of Kiev

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    He succeeded his father in 1125 as MSTISLAV I "the Great" Grand Prince of Kiev. m firstly (1095) CHRISTINE of Sweden, daughter of INGE I Stenkilson King of Sweden & his first wife Helena --- (-18 Jan 1122).

  10. list of russian consorts : définition de list of russian ...

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    Grand Princess of Moscow House of Rurik (1283–1547) Picture ... Eupraxia of Smolensk---1346 ... Marfa Samuilovna Skavronskaya born Marta Helena Skowrońska: Samuel ...