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  1. Maria Asanina Palaiologina (Greek: Μαρία Ασανίνα Παλαιολογίνα, died 19 December 1477), better known as Maria of Mangup or Maria of Doros, was the second wife of Prince Stephen the Great (reigned 1457–1504) and as such Princess consort of Moldavia from September 1472 to 1475 or 1477.

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    Maria Asanina Palaiologina (Greek: Μαρία Ασανίνα Παλαιολογίνα, died 19 December 1477), better known as Maria of Mangup or Maria of Doros, was the second wife of Prince Stephen the Great (reigned 1457–1504) and as such Princess consort of Moldavia from September 1472 to 1475 or 1477.

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    • 14 September 1472 – 1475 or 1477
  3. Maria of Mangup (c1440-1477) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Maria of Mangup was born 1440 in Mangup, Principality of Theodoro to John of Theodoro (?-1471) and died 1477 inSuceava, Suceava County, Moldavia of unspecified causes. Ancestors are fromthe Principality of Theodoro. Afil

    • 1440 Mangup, Principality of Theodoro
    • John of Theodoro (?-1471)
    • 1477 Suceava, Suceava County, Moldavia
    • Stephen III of Moldavia (1433-1504)
  4. 1477 - Wikipedia

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    Year 1477 was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar) of the ... December 19 – Maria of Mangup, Princess-consort of Moldavia;

  5. Maria Asanina Palaiologina (, d. 19 December 1476/1477), better known as Maria of Mangup or Maria of Doros, was the second wife of Prince Stephen the Great (r. 1457–1504) and a Princess consort of the Principality of Moldavia (1472–1477).

  6. The Proto-Myth of Stephen the Great of Moldavia

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    4. Tomb cover of Maria of Mangup (Museum of Putna Monastery).....44 5. Tomb cover of Maria of Mangup. Detail: The two-headed eagle (Museum of Putna Monastery) .....45 6. Tomb cover of Maria of Mangup.

  7. Principality of Theodoro | Familypedia | Fandom

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    The Principality of Theodoro (Greek: Θεοδόρο), also known as Gothia (Greek: Γοτθία), was a small principality in the south-west of Crimea from the 13th through 15th centuries. Its capital was Doros, which was also sometimes called Theodoro and is now known as Mangup. The state was closely allied with the Empire of Trebizond.

  8. Mangop - Wikipedia

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    Mangop (numele turco-tătar din Evul Mediu al cetății Doros, capitala principatului bizantin din Crimeea, în rusă Мангуп, în ucraineană Мангуп) a fost o fortăreață din Crimeea, situată pe un platou la 14,5 km est de Sevastopol.

  9. The Jews of the Crimea and their Names - Avotaynu Online

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    I understand Maria had 18 or 19 siblings. I have a beautiful photograph of Maria Zingin’s father, a very distinguished looking Jacov Zingin and four of his children when they were very small, Maria, Rafail and Lelya and another un-named girl. They were all, the Zengins and Piastros, Krymchak Jews.

  10. Стефан III Молдавски — Википедија

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    Стефан III Молдавски (познат и као Стефан Велики, рум. Ștefan cel Mare или Свети Стефан Велики, рум. Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt; 1433.

  11. III. István moldvai fejedelem – Wikipédia

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    III. (Nagy) István (románul Ștefan cel Mare, Borzești, Moldva, 1438 – Szucsáva, 1504. július 2.) Moldva fejedelme volt 1457–1504 között.

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