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  1. Euphrosyne Misztiszlavovna (1130 - c.1186) - Genealogy

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    Euphrosyne of Kiev. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Euphrosyne of Kiev, (c. 1130 – c. 1193), Queen Consort of Hungary. Euphrosyne was the first daughter of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev and his second wife, Liubava Dmitrievna. In 1146, she was married to King Géza II of Hungary, who had come of age shortly before.

  2. In 1187, St. Euphrosyne’s body was transferred to the Kiev Caves Monastery. In 1910, her relics were transferred to Polotsk to the monastery she founded. St. Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women’s monasticism. By permission of the Orthodox Church in America (www.oca.org)

  3. Euphemia of Kiev - Wikipedia

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    Euphemia was the daughter of Grand Prince Vladimir II of Kiev and his second wife, whose name and ancestry are unknown. She was married to King Coloman of Hungary around 1112. However, her husband, who had been suffering from a serious disease, caught her in adultery and immediately sent her back to Kiev .

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  4. Euphrosyne of Kiev

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    Euphrosyne of Kiev, (c. 1130 ndash; c. 1193), Queen Consort of Hungary.Euphrosyne was the first daughter of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev and his second wife, Liubava Dmitrievna. In 1146, she was married to King Géza II of Hungary, who had come

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  6. Venerable Euphrosyne, Abbess of Polotsk - Orthodox Church in ...

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    May 23, 2020 · In 1187 the body of the saint was transferred to the Kiev Caves monastery, and the relics were transferred to Polotsk in 1910 to the monastery she founded. Saint Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women’s monasticism.

  7. Euphrosyne Abbess of Polotsk - Church of the Mother of God

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    In 1187 the body of the saint was transferred to the Kiev Caves monastery, and the relics were transferred to Polotsk in 1910 to the monastery she founded. St Euphrosyne of Polotsk was glorified in the Russian Church as a patroness of women's monasticism.

  8. Grand Prince of Kiev Mstislav Vladimirovich (1076 - 1132 ...

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    Mstislav I Vladimirovich the Great (Russian: Мстислав Владимирович Великий) (June 1, 1076, Turov – April 14, 1132, Kiev) was the Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kiev (1125-1132), the eldest son of Vladimir II Monomakh by Gytha of Wessex.

  9. Anna-Euphrosyne - Wikipedia

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    Anna-Euphrosyne Angelina or Anna-Helena Angelina (?-1253), was a Grand Princess of Galicia and Volhynia by marriage to Roman the Great, in 1199-1205.She was regent of the Principality during the minority of her son Daniel of Galicia from 1205 to 1214.

  10. List of Ukrainian rulers - Wikipedia

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    Princes of Kiev. In the early 1320s, a Lithuanian army led by Gediminas defeated a Slavic army led by Stanislav of Kiev at the Battle on the Irpen' River, and conquered the city. The Tatars, who also claimed Kiev, retaliated in 1324–1325, so while Kiev was ruled by a Lithuanian prince, it had to pay a tribute to the Golden Horde.

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