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  1. Ivan Belsky may refer to: Ivan Vladimirovich Belsky (fl. 1422–1445), first prince of the Gediminid Belsky family; Ivan Feodorovich Belsky (c. 1501–1542), principal Gediminid Belsky in the Kazan-campaign and regency periods; Ivan Dmitrievich Belsky (died 1571), last prince of the Gediminid Belsky family

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    Ivan Belsky may refer to: Ivan Vladimirovich Belsky (fl. 1422–1445), first prince of the Gediminid Belsky family; Ivan Feodorovich Belsky (c. 1501–1542), principal Gediminid Belsky in the Kazan-campaign and regency periods; Ivan Dmitrievich Belsky (died 1571), last prince of the Gediminid Belsky family

  3. Ivan Ivanovich Belsky - Wikipedia

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    Ivan Ivanovich Belsky (Russian: Ива́н Ива́нович Бе́льский. 6 January 1719, Saint Petersburg — 13 January 1799, Saint Petersburg) was a Russian painter. He was part of the "Belsky Dynasty" of painters of the Eighteenth Century and one of the first teachers at the Imperial Academy of Arts , where he taught history painting.

  4. Belsky family (Gediminid) - Wikipedia

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    The Belsky or Belski family (Russian: Бельский; plural: Бельские) was a princely family of Gediminid origin in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.It later deflected to the Grand Duchy of Moscow and played a key role during the regency of Ivan IV of Russia.

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    Ivan Belsky may refer to:. Ivan Vladimirovich Belsky (fl. 1422–1445), first prince of the Gediminid Belsky familyIvan Feodorovich Belsky (c. 1501–1542), principal Gediminid Belsky in the Kazan-campaign and regency periods

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  8. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Ivan Ivanovich Belsky (6 Jan 1719–13 Jan 1799), Find a Grave Memorial no. 11254, citing Alexander Nevsky Monastery, Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Federal City, Russia ; Maintained by Find A Grave .

    • Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Federal City, Russia
    • January 6, 1719
  9. Nikolay Bogdanov-Belsky - 203 artworks - painting

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    Nikolay Bogdanov-Belsky lived in the XIX – XX cent., a remarkable figure of Russian Realism and Impressionism. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

  10. Belsky family (Gediminid) | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    The Belsky or Belski family (Russian: Бельский; plural: Бельские) was a princely family of Gediminid origin in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It later deflected to the Grand Duchy of Moscow and played a key role during the regency of Ivan IV of Russia. The family started with Ivan Vladimirovich, son of Vladimir Olgerdovich and grandson of Algirdas, and ended with Ivan ...

  11. Russo-Kazan Wars - Wikipedia

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    Ivan's death prevented hostilities from being renewed until May 1506, when Prince Fyodor Belsky led Russian forces against Kazan. After the Tatar cavalry attacked his rear, many Russians took flight or drowned in the Foul Lake (22 May). Prince Vasily Kholmsky was sent to relieve Belsky and defeated the khan on Arsk Field on June 22. Moxammat ...

  12. Bogdan Belsky - Wikipedia

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    Bogdan Yakovlevich Belsky (Russian: Богдан Яковлевич Бельский) (died 1611) was a Russian statesman and a close associate of Ivan the Terrible.. Bogdan was not related to the great Gedyminid princely family of the same name.