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  1. prince Olelko Alexander Vladimirov-Algirdaitis (Gediminids ...

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    Niewola Olelka i jego rodziny skończyła się wraz z zamordowaniem Zygmunta przez spiskowców, którym przewodzili książęta Czartoryscy. Po obwołaniu wielkim księciem Kazimierza, syna Jagiełły, Olelko poparł nowego władcę i z jego pomocą odzyskał Kopyl, a następnie przejął, z ramienia hospodara, rządy w Kijowie.

  2. Gediminids | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Alexander married Anastasia, daughter of Sophia of Lithuania and Vasily I of Moscow, and had two sons Semen (died in 1505) and Mikhailo Olelkovich (died in 1481). [44] Semen married Maria, a daughter of Jonas Goštautas .

  3. Principality of Slutsk | Familypedia | Fandom

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    The Slutsk principality was originally an autonomous principality of the Turov land in the 12th - 14th centuries. [1] It emerged in 1160 [2], finally took shape in the 1190s. [3] In the XIV-XVIII centuries - a large feudal principality in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The first mention of Slutsk (Sluchesk) occurs in the "Tale of Bygone Years" around 1116: the Minsk prince Gleb Vseslavich ...

  4. Vladimir, prince of Kiev - geni family tree

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    Genealogy profile for Vladimir, prince of Kiev prince Vladimir Bielski (Gediminids) (1331 - c.1398) - Genealogy Genealogy for prince Vladimir Bielski (Gediminids) (1331 - c.1398) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  5. Sofia Yefrosinya Gediminds, Queen consort of Moscow (1371 ...

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    Apr 09, 2017 · Ivan Vasilievich (15 January 1396 – 20 July 1417), husband of a daughter of Ivan Vladimirovich of Pronsk . Anastasia Vasilievna (d. 1470), wife of Vladymir Alexander, Prince of Kiev. Her husband was a son of Vladymir, Prince of Kiev. His paternal grandparents were Algirdas and Maria of Vitebsk. Daniil Vasilievich (6 December 1400 – May 1402).

    • Yury Vasilievich, Simeon Vasilievich, Simeon Vasiljevič, Anastasia of Moscow, Vasily II of Moscow
  6. Anastasia of Moscow - Family Tree & Family History at Geni.com

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    between circa 1397 and circa 1398. Birthplace: Moscow, Moscovia, Grand Duchy of Moscow. Death: 1470 (67-78) Immediate Family: Daughter of Vasily I of Moscow and Sophia of Lithuania, Queen consort of Moscovia. Wife of Olelko Aleksander, prince of Kiev.

  7. prince Vasily Dmitriyevich Rurikid, I (1371 - 1425) - Genealogy

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    Ivan Vasilievich (15 January 1396 – 20 July 1417), husband of a daughter of Ivan Vladimirovich of Pronsk. Anastasia Vasilievna (died 1470), wife of Vladimir Alexander, Prince of Kiev, son of Vladimir Olgerdovich; Daniil Vasilievich (6 December 1400 – May 1402). Vasilisa Vasilievna.

  8. Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 04 ...

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    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 ...

  9. List of Ukrainian rulers - Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    This list encompasses all rulers and leaders of what is today Ukraine, from ancient to modern times.