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  1. Mstislav III Glebovich (before 1215/1220 – after October 18, 1239) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). He was probably prince of Rylsk (1212–1239/1241) and of Chernigov (1235–1239/1241). During his reign, the Tatars (the Mongols) invaded and pillaged the towns of the Principality of Chernigov.

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  2. Mstislav III Glebovich - Wikipedia

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    Mstislav III Glebovich (before 1215/1220 – after October 18, 1239) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). He was probably prince of Rylsk (1212–1239/1241) and of Chernigov (1235–1239/1241). During his reign, the Tatars (the Mongols) invaded and pillaged the towns of the Principality of Chernigov.

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    Mstislav III Glebovich (before 1215/1220 - after October 18, 1239) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). He was probably prince of Rylsk (1212 - 1239/1241) and of Chernigov (1235 - 1239/1241). During his reign, the Tatars (the Mongols) invaded and pillaged the towns of the Principality of Chernigov.

  4. Mstislav III of Kiev

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    Son of Roman Rostislavich. Mstislav went to war against the Mongols of Genghis Khan in 1223 and was defeated at the Battle of the Kalka River by the Mongol generals, Jebe and Subutai, after which he was executed by suffocation (put under a giant wooden plate onto which Subutai, Jebe and other Mongol warlords danced and feasted).

  5. Gleb Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov) - Wikipedia

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    Prince Mstislav III Glebovich of Chernigov (before 1215/1220 – after October 18, 1239) Evfimia Glebovna, betrothed to Alexios Angelos [1] [2] Unnamed Glebovna (?

  6. Mstislav Rostislavich

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    Mstislav III Glebovich (Prince of Chernigov) — The Kievan Rus’ in 1237 Mstislav III Glebovich (before 1215/1220 – after October 18, 1239) was a Rus prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty).[1] He was probably prince of Rylsk …

  7. Category:Mstislav III of Chernigov - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Mstislav III of Chernigov" This category contains only the following file. Mstislav Glebovich of Chernigov with troops; the tatars.jpg 386 × 566; 276 KB

  8. Rostislav Mikhailovich - Wikipedia

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    Mstislav III Glebovich: Prince of Chernigov 1241–1242 Succeeded by Mikhail I Vsevolodovich: Preceded by Daniil Romanovich: Prince of Halych 1241–1242 Succeeded by Daniil Romanovich: Preceded by Ladislaus Kán: Ban of Slavonia 1247–1248 Succeeded by Stephen Gutkeled: Preceded by (new creation) Duke of Macsó 1254–1262 Succeeded by Béla

  9. Mstislav III Boris ROMANOVICH (Grand Prince) of KIEV Prince of SMOLENSK; `the Old' Born: abt. 1153 Died: 1223 executed ritually by Mongols after the Battle of Kalka River

  10. Grand Duke of Kiev Mstislav (1178 - 1220) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy profile for Grand Duke of Kiev Mstislav. Мстисла́в (в крещении Борис) Рома́нович Ста́рый (— 2 июня 1223) — князь псковский (с 1179), белгородский (1206), смоленский (1197—1214)[1], великий князь Киевский (1214—1223).

  11. Michael of Chernigov - Wikipedia

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    Saint Michael of Chernigov or Mikhail Vsevolodovich (c. 1185 – Saray, 20 September 1246) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). He was grand prince of Kiev (1236–1240, 1240, 1241–1243); and he was also prince of Pereyaslavl (1206), of Novgorod-Seversk (1219–1226), of Chernigov (1223–1235, 1242–1246), of Novgorod (1225–1226, 1229–1230), and of Halych (1235–1236).