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  1. Mstislav III of Kiev - Wikipedia

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    Mstislav defeated an invading Hungarian army in 1221. In April 1223, the Mongols of Genghis Khan sent an envoy of ten ambassadors to negotiate a surrender or alliance. The Russians haughtily executed them all.

  2. Mstislav III Romanovich of Kiev (c1160-1223) | Familypedia ...

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    Mstislav III Romanovich of Kiev, Prince of Pskov, Prince of Smolensk, Prince of Belgorod-Kievsky, Grand Prince of Kiev, was born 1160 in Smolensk, Smolensk Rayon, Smolensk Oblast, Russia to Roman Rostislavich of Kiev (c1132-1180) and Mariya Svyatovlavna of Novgorod-Seversky (1140-1175) and died 2 June 1223 at the Battle of the Kalka River (1223) of execution by suffocation.

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    • Roman Rostislavich of Kiev (c1132-1180)
    • Battle of the Kalka River (1223)
  3. Mstislav III of Kiev (Kievan Victory) | Alternative History ...

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    Mstislav III of Kiev (Kievan Victory)

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    • Konstantin of Rostov
    • Roman the Great
  4. Mstislav III of Kiev | Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing ...

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    Mstislav defeated an invading Hungarian army in 1221. He 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

  5. Mstislav III of Kiev (1156-1223) - Computely

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    Mstislav III of Kiev, Birth: 1156 in Smolensk, gorod Smolensk, Smolensk Oblast, Russia, Death: 2 June 1223

  6. Mstislav III of Kiev - WikiVisually

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    Mstislav Romanovich the Old was Prince of Pskov, Belgorod and Grand Prince of Kiev. He was the son of Roman Rostislavich. Mstislav defeated an invading Hungarian army in 1221. In April 1223, the Mongols of Genghis Khan sent an envoy of ten ambassadors to negotiate a surrender or alliance; the Russians haughtily executed them all.

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    Mstislav III of Kiev Mstislav Romanovich the Old (Мстислав Романович Старый in Russian) (?–1223), Prince of Pskov (1179–?), Smolensk (1197–?), Belgorod (1206), Halych (?–?) and Grand Prince of Kiev (1212–1223). Son of Roman Rostislavich.

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    Mstislav III of Kiev Mstislav Romanovich the Old (Мстислав Романович Старый in Russian) (? – 1223), Prince of Pskov (1179 – ?), Smolensk (1197 – ?), Belgorod (1206), Halych (? – ?) and Grand Prince of Kiev (1212–1223). Son of Roman Rostislavich.

  9. Battle of the Kalka River | Summary | Britannica

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    These princes—including Mstislav III of Kiev, Mstislav of Galich, and Yuri II of Vladimir—Suzdal-raised an army of 30,000 men in alliance with the Cumans and, by advancing on three separate fronts, attempted to encircle the Mongol force on the banks of the River Dnieper.

  10. 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).