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Notes^ Dmitri Shemyaka came into the possession of the Principality of Uglich after his reconciliation with Vasili II, in June 1434. In the document of the treaty Dmitri Shemyaka (1434-1447) and Dmitri Red with Vasily II about June 5, 1434 - January 6, 1435 Basil confirmed its Award to the Yurevich. Uglich was captured by forces of the Dark Basil after a week of the siege between January 1 and ...
Roman Vladimirovich of Uglich (Роман Владимирович) was born 1235 to Vladimir Konstantinovich of Uglich (1214-1249) and Yevdokiya Ingvarevna of Ryazan (c1216-1278) and died 3 February 1285 of unspecified causes. He married Aleksandra NN. Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, the Byzantine Empire, Belarus. Roman Vladimirovich (c1235-February 3, 1285) - Prince of Uglich ...
- Vladimir Konstantinovich of Uglich (1214-1249)
- 3 February 1285
- Yevdokiya Ingvarevna of Ryazan (c1216-1278)
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Facts and Events. Name: Vladimir Andreyevich: Gender: Male: Birth?: 15 Jul 1353: Death?: 1410: Reference Number?
Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk (Мария Ярославна in Russian) (1418–1484) was a Grand Princess consort of Muscovy; she was married to Grand Prince Vasily II of Moscow. She was the daughter of Yaroslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Maloyaroslavets, and Maria, granddaughter of Fyodor Koshka .
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Vasily II was the Grand Prince of Moscow whose long reign (1425-1462) was plagued by the greatest civil war of Old Russian history. Vasily II was the youngest son of Vasily I of Moscow by Sophia of Lithuania, the only daughter of Vytautas the Great, and the only son to survive his father (his elder brother Ivan died in 1417 at the age of 22).
Andrei Vladimirovich (died in 1426). Appanage Prince of Radonezh; Andrei Vasilievich Bolshoy (died in 1493). Appanage Prince of Uglich; Ivan V Alekseevich (died in 1696). Tsar; Fyodor Alekseevich (died in 1682). Tsar; Peter II Alekseevich (died in 1730). Emperor; Vasily Yaroslavich (died in 1483) 4. Appanage Prince of Borovsk
Ship «Vasily Chapaev» “Vasily Chapaev” is a comfortable two-deck ship built in Hungary. It was the first ship S-Cruises Company started to work with. Many exclusive itineraries were made on “Chapaev” which now are very popular from Moscow to Perm, Ufa, Yadrin, Belozersk, and also the itineraries named “Visit to the small Russian villages and towns”.