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- Alexander Olelka (died in 1454) was the ancestor of the family. He was a son of Vladimir , Duke of Kiev , and grandson of Algirdas , Grand Duke of Lithuania. 
Alexander Olelka (died in 1454) was the ancestor of the family. He was a son of Vladimir, Duke of Kiev, and grandson of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania.
Mikhailo Aleksandrovich Olelkovich 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. Mikhailo was allegedly involved both in bringing the Judaizer Heresy to Novgorod and the failed defection of the city to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1471. He also organized a coup against Casimir IV Jagiellon, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania, but was discovered and executed i
“This is a photo of my husband (standing on the right) at age 9 attentively watching his Grandmother change his young cousin’s diaper. I can’t decide what’s more hilarious: the fact that he’s wearing a dust mask, or the open jar of miracle whip on the table.
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In 1442, however, Kazimieras and the Council of Seigniors were forced to acknowledge the pa-trimonial rights of Alexander Vladimiraitis - Olelka to the Kiev Duchy. Olelka, and later his son Simonas, tried to strengt-hen their positions in Kiev, generating well-disposed nobility around them and pursuing a consistent dynasty policy.
Alexander Olelka von Litauen, Fürst von Slutsk und Kapyl †1454 Iwan Wladimirowitsch Bielski , Fürst Bielski †1446/ Demetriusz von Litauen , Herzog von Briansk †1399 Married to Anna N.N. with :
Grand Prince of Kiev (sometimes Grand Duke of Kiev) was the title of the Kievan prince and the ruler of Kievan Rus' in the 9th–12th centuries.. The Annals of St. Bertin (Annales Bertiniani) for the year 839 became the first written record on the Rus'/Rhos.
The shores of Crimea were settled by Greeks since the 7th century BC. The kingdom was established around 480 BC. It was ruled by three consecutive dynasties: Archaenactidae (480 BC – 438 BC), Spartocids (438 BC – 108 BC), and Pontids (108 BC – 16 BC).
Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 04, 1923, Page 4, Image 4, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital ...