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  1. Mikhailo Aleksandrovich Olelkovich (executed on August 30, 1481 in Vilnius) was a noble from the Olelkovich family of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.He was the brother of Prince Simeon Olelkovich of Kiev and cousin of Grand Prince Ivan III of Moscow.

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  2. Simeon Olelkovich - Wikipedia

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    Simeon (Simon) Olelkovich (Belarusian: Сямён Алелькавіч, Ukrainian: Семен Олелькович, Russian: Семён Олелькович, Lithuanian: Simonas Olelkaitis; 1420–1470) was the last Prince of Kiev from 1454 to 1470 and the Prince of Slutsk from 1443 to 1455.

    • Alexander Olelko
    • 1454–1470
  3. Olelkovich - Wikipedia

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    The Olelkovich (Belarusian: Алелькавічы, Lithuanian: Olelkaičiai, Polish: Olelkowicze, Ukrainian: Олельковичі) family was a 15th–16th-century princely family from the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Their main possession was the Duchy of Slutsk–Kapyl. They are sometimes known as Slutsky.

    • Olelko Volodymyrovych
    • Ruthenia
  4. Mikhailo Olelkovich - Wikipedia

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    Mikhailo Aleksandrovich Olelkovich (executed on August 30, 1481 in Vilnius) was a noble from the Olelkovich family of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.He was the brother of Prince Simeon Olelkovich of Kiev and cousin of Grand Prince Ivan III of Moscow.

  5. Prince Simeon Olelkovich (Gediminids) (c.1420 - c.1470 ...

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  6. Simeon Olelkovici - Wikipedia

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    Simeon Olelkovici (belarusă Сямён Алелькавіч, ucraineană Семен Олелькович, rusă Семён Олелькович, lituaniană Simonas Olelkaitis; 1420–1470) a fost ultimul mare cneaz al Kievului, între 1454-1470 și cneaz al Slutskului ⁠(en) între 1443-1455.

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    Olelkovich: lt;p|>The |Olelkovich| (|Polish|: ||Olelkowicze||) family was a 15th–16th-century noble family fr... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the ...

  8. Simeon Olelkovič – Wikipedie

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    Mikhailo Olelkovich (sourozenec) Některá data mohou pocházet z datové položky . Simeon (Šimon) Olelkovič [1] ( bělorusky : Сямён Алелькавіч, ukrajinsky : Семен Олелькович, rusky : Семён Олелькович, litevsky : Simonas Olelkaitis ; 1420, Sluck –1470, Kyjev [2] ) byl posledním kyjevským ...

  9. Kiev Voivodeship - Wikipedia

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    The voivodeship was established in 1471 upon the death of the last prince of Kiev Simeon Olelkovich and transformation of Duchy of Kiev (appanage duchy of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania) into Voivodeship of Kiov (Kiovien Voivodeship).

  10. Secret Bases · Olelkovich

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    The Olelkovich (Belarusian: Алелькавічы, Lithuanian: Olelkaičiai, Polish: Olelkowicze, Ukrainian: Олельковичі) family was a 15th–16th-century princely family from the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Their main possession was the Duchy of Slutsk–Kapyl. They are sometimes known as Slutsky.

  11. The Kiev-Pechersky Monastery. The Holy Dormition Kiev ...

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    But, unfortunately, during the conquest of Kiev, the invaders attacked the Kiev-Pechersky Monastery. Caves became a shelter for the clergy, but they also did not save most of the monks. The destroyed laurel stood until the fourteenthcentury. From this period under the Kiev prince Simeon Olelkovich began a new erection of the monastery.