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  1. Vasily Vladimirovich of Uglich - Wikidata

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    Vasily Vladimirovich of Uglich (Q4104420) From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. No description defined. edit. Language Label Description Also known as ...

    • Vladimir the Bold, Helen of Lithuania
  2. Category:Ivan Vladimirovich of Serpukhov - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Ivan Vladimirovich of Serpukhov" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. Facial Chronicle - b.10, p.006 - Birth of Ivan Vladimirovich of Serpukhov.jpg 1,696 × 3,096; 921 KB

    • 1381 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
    • Russia
  3. Facial Chronicle - b.13, p. 070 - Death of Yaroslav Vladimirovich.gif 842 × 1,529; 722 KB

    • Dmitrov
    • Cathedral of the Archangel
    • Helen of Lithuania, Vladimir the Bold
  4. Category:Helen of Lithuania - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Helen of Lithuania" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. Facial Chronicle - b.08, p.454 - Wedding of Vladimir the Bold and Elena Olgerdovna.jpg 429 × 827; 427 KB

  5. Andrei Vladimirovich of Radonezh (c1385-1426) | Familypedia ...

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    Andrei Vladimirovich of Radonezh was born 1385 in Russia to Vladimir Andreyevich of Serpukhov (1353-1410) and Elena of Lithuania (?-1438) and died 5 November 1426 in Radonezh, Russia of plague. Ancestors are from Russia. Andrei Vladimirovich (1383-1426) - Prince of Serpukhov (1422-1426), Prince of Radonezh (1410-1426), Prince of Borovsk ( 1410-1426), the third son of Vladimir Andreevich the Brave.

    • 1385 Russia
    • Vladimir Andreyevich of Serpukhov (1353-1410)
    • 5 November 1426 Radonezh, Russia
    • Elena of Lithuania (?-1438)
  6. Владимир Андреевич Храбрий (русӣ: Влади́мир Андре́евич Хра́брый; 15 июли 1353 — 14 майи 1410) — ходими давлатӣ ва лашкаркаши рус, князи Серпухов.

  7. Ivan III Vasiljevič — Vikipedija, slobodna enciklopedija

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    Ivan III Vasiljevič (rus. Иван III Васильевич; Moskva, 22. januar 1440.. — Moskva, 27. oktobar 1505) je bio veliki knez moskovskog Ulusa Zlatne Horde, a od 1462. i „svih Rusa“ pošto je ujedinio velik broj kneževina moskovije.

  8. Belsky family (Gediminid) - Wikipedia

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    The Belsky or Belski family (Russian: Бельский; plural: Бельские) was a princely family of Gediminid origin in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.It later deflected to the Grand Duchy of Moscow and played a key role during the regency of Ivan IV of Russia.

  9. CoinArchives.com Search Results : vladimir

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    RUSSIA, Sub-Principality of Serpukhov-Borovsk. Simeon Vladimirovich. 1410-1426. Fatasy AR Denga (15mm, 0.85 g, 9h). Warrior standing facing, holding sword and shield; CEMEN in legend / Legend in Arabic citing the Jujid (Golden Horde) ruler Toqtamish. Cf.

  10. Vasilij III Ivanovič — Vikipedija, slobodna enciklopedija

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    Vasilij III Ivanovič (25. mart 1479 — 3. decembar 1533) je bio veliki moskovski knez od 1505. godine.. Bio je drugi od pet sinova Ivana III i Sofije Paleolog.Tokom svoje rane mladosti on se nalazi u središtu dvorskih spletki za vlast koje ga nastoje postaviti za budućeg velikog kneza umesto Ivanovog unuka Dmitrija.