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  1. Mikhail Yaroslavich was the second son of Yaroslav III (Yaroslav Yaroslavich), the younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky; he succeeded his elder brother Yaroslav as Prince of Tver in 1285. His mother Xenia was the second spouse to Yaroslav III and is known as the saint Xenia of Tarusa. Upon the death of Andrei Aleksandrovich (Aleksandr Nevsky s son and Yaroslav s nephew) , Mikhail became the Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1304, as was consistent with the rota system of collateral succession that had... Read More

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  2. Mikhail of Tver - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail Yaroslavich, also known as Michael of Tver, was a Prince of Tver who ruled as Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1304 until 1314 and again from 1315–1318. He was canonized and counted among the saints of the Russian Orthodox Church. Mikhail Yaroslavich was the second son of Yaroslav III, the younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky; he succeeded his elder brother Yaroslav as Prince of Tver in 1285. His mother Xenia was the second spouse to Yaroslav III and is known as the saint Xenia of ...

  3. Mikhail of Tver | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Mikhail Yaroslavich (Russian: Михаил Ярославич) (1271 – 22 November 1318), also known as Michael of Tver or Michael the Saint, was a Prince of Tver (from 1285) who ruled as Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1304 until 1314 and again from 1315–1318. He is counted among the saints of the Russian Orthodox Church.

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  4. Mikhail II of Tver - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail Alexandrovich was the third son of Aleksandr Mikhailovich of Tver. Mikhail grew up in Pskov, where his father had fled after the Tver Uprising of 1327. He was christened by the Archbishop of Novgorod, Vasily Kalika, in 1333. Five years later, he and his mother were called to Tver when Aleksandr returned to the city.

  5. Mikhail of Tver - Russian Rulers History

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    Nov 22, 2012 · Prince Mikhail of Tver, the second son of Grand Prince Yaroslav III of Kiev was born on November 22, 1318. Mikhail Yaroslavich was the Prince of both Tver and had two rules over the principality of Vladimir (1304-14 and 1315-18). He was made a saint of the Russian Orthodox Church.

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    Mikhail Yaroslavich (Russian: Михаил Ярославич) (1271 – 22 November 1318), also known as Michael of Tver, was a Prince of Tver (from 1285) who ruled as Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1304 until 1314 and again from 1315–1318. He was Russian Orthodox Church#Canonization is counted among the saints of the Russian Orthodox Church.

  7. Mikhail III of Tver - Wikipedia

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    Jump to navigation Jump to search. Mikhail III of Tver or Michael the Exile (1453–1505) was the last prince of Tver, the son of Boris of Tver and Anastasia of Suzdal (d. after 1486). He was Grand Prince of Tver from February 10, 1461 to 1485.

  8. ExecutedToday.com » 1318: Mikhail of Tver

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    Nov 22, 2011 · November 22nd, 2011 Headsman On this date in 1318, the Russian knyaz Mikhail of Tver was executed at the command of the Mongols. Mikhail was the nephew of legendary prince and allegory Alexander Nevsky.

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  10. Tver - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail, the Grand Prince of Tver, who ascended the throne of Vladimir in 1305, was one of the most revered medieval Russian rulers. His policy of open conflict with the Golden Horde led to his assassination there in 1318.

  11. Principality of Tver - Wikipedia

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    In 1285, Mikhail of Tver, a son of Yaroslav of Tver, succeeded his father and became the Prince of Tver. In 1305 he became the Grand Prince of Vladimir as well, however, Öz Beg Khan of the Golden Horde decided that Tver became too strong, and supported Moscow against Tver. Mikhail was summoned to the Golden Horde and executed there in 1318.