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Konstantin Mikhailovich, Grand Prince of Tver Prince of Dorogobuzh, Tver, was born 1302 to Mikhail Yaroslavich of Tver (1271-1318) and Anna Dmitriyevna of Kashin (c1280-1368) and died 1345 of unspecified causes. He married 1320. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Belarus, France, Germany, the United Kingdom ...
- Anna Dmitriyevna of Kashin (c1280-1368)
- Grand Prince of Tver Prince of Dorogobuzh, Tver
Prince Dmitry of Tver (1299–1326) Prince Alexander of Tver (1301–1339) Prince Konstantin of Tver (1306–1346) Prince Vasily of Kashin (d. after 1368) Feodora of Tver; Mikhail's sons and successors Dmitry the Terrible Eyes and Alexander were both also loved in the Horde, as was Alexander's elder son, Mikhail.
Konstantin Simeonovich (born and died in 1341) A daughter who married Aleksandr of Lithuania, son of Karijotas of Poland; With Maria of Tver. Daniil Simeonovich (15 December 1347 – died young) Mikhail Simeonovich (1348 – died young) Ivan Simeonovich (1351 – March 1353), died at the same time as his father of the plague
Life. Aleksandr was a second son of Prince Mikhail of Tver by his wife, Anna of Kashin.As a young man, his appanages included Kholm and Mikulin.In 1322, he continued the Tver princes' opposition to the rise of Moscow when he rather spectacularly waylaid Grand Prince Yury of Moscow (who had schemed against Aleksandr's father to gain the yarlyk or patent of office from the khan of the Golden ...
2016 Konstantin Totibadze. — Tver, «Pareto-Print», 2016. Collections 1996 The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow 2013 MMoMA, Moscow External links ru. wikipedia en.wikipedia Men's Health Russkoe Iskusstvo (Russian Art) magazine tvmmoma
Prince Dmitry of Tver (1299–1326) Prince Alexander of Tver (1301–1339) Prince Konstantin of Tver (1306–1346) Prince Vasily of Kashin (d. after 1368) Feodora of Tver Mikhail's sons and successors Dmitry the Terrible Eyes and Alexander were both also loved in the Horde, as was Alexander's elder son, Mikhail.
Sviatoslav of Tver, 1271–1285; Michael the Saint, 1285–1318; Dmitry the Terrible Eyes, 1318–1326; Alexander I of Tver, 1326–1328; Konstantin of Tver, 1328–1338; Alexander I of Tver, (2nd time) 1338–1339; Konstantin of Tver, (2nd time) 1339–1346; Vsevolod of Tver, 1346–1349; Vasily of Kashin, 1349–1368; Mikhail II of Tver, 1368 ...
The time of the reign of Konstantin is the beginning of the era of the greatest prosperity of the influence of the Principality of Suzdal-Nizhny Novgorod, which has become one with Moscow and Tver. Constantine became close with Lithuania , married his son Boris to Agrippina the daughter of Prince Algirdas (1296-1377) ,