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  1. Mikhail Khorobrit - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail Yaroslavich Khorobrit (The Brave) (Russian: Михайл Ярославич Хоробрит) was Prince of Moscow (1246–1248) and Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1248.

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    Mikhail Iaroslavich Khorobrit (The Brave) (Russian Михайл Ярославич Хоробрит) was Prince of Moscow (1246–1248) and Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1248. He was a younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky and he and his son, Boris, are sometimes said to have been princes of Moscow before Daniil Aleksandrovich, although this is not always accepted. In 1248, he seized the town of ...

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    (Mikhail the Brave). Year of birth unknown; died 1248. Prince of Moscow from 1247; one of the younger brothers of Alexander Nevsky. In 1248 he took possession of Vladimir and became grand prince of that territory.

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    Mikhail Iaroslavich Khorobrit (The Brave) (Russian: Михайл Ярославич Хоробрит) was Prince of Moscow (1246–1248) and Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1248. He was a younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky and he and his son, Boris, are sometimes said to…

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    Mikhail Yaroslavich Khorobrit was born 1226 in Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia to Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich of Vladimir (1191-1246) and Rostislava Mstislavna of Smolensk (c1202-1244) and died 15 January 1248 at theBattle of the Protva River (1248) of Killed in battle. Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are fromBelarus, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden ...

    • 1226 Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia
    • Battle of the Protva River (1248)
    • 15 January 1248 Serpukhov, Russia
    • Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich of Vladimir (1191-1246)
  6. Person:Mikhail Khorobrit (1) - Genealogy

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    Mikhail Iaroslavich Khorobrit (The Brave) was Prince of Moscow (1246–1248) and Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1248. He was a younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky and he and his son, Boris Mikhailovich , are sometimes said to have been princes of Moscow before Daniil Aleksandrovich , although this is not always accepted.

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    Mikhail Iaroslavich Khorobrit (The Brave) (Russian: Михайл Ярославич Хоробрит) was Prince of Moscow (1246–1248) and Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1248. He was a younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky and he and his son, Boris, are sometimes said to have been princes of Moscow before Daniil Aleksandrovich , although this is ...

  8. The Life And Death Of Mikhail Khorobrit - YouTube

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    May 12, 2015 · Mikhail Iaroslavich Khorobrit (The Brave) (Russian: Михайл Ярославич Хоробрит) was Prince of Moscow (1246–1248) and Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1248. He was a younger ...

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  9. List of Russian rulers | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    (Also Grand Princes of Finland from 1809 until 1917; and Kings of Polandfrom 1815 until 1917) See List of leaders of Russiafor the continuation of leadership.

    Cyril Vladimirovich, Grand Duke of Russia(1924–1938) of the Alexandrovichi Branch
    Vladimir Cyrillovich, Grand Duke of Russia(1938–1992)
    Maria Vladimirovna, Grand Duchess of Russia (1992 – present) of the Vladimirovichi branch
    Nicholas Romanov, Prince of Russia (1992 – present) of the Nikolaevichi branch
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    Mikhail Khorobrit: 1229–15 January 1248 Son of Yaroslav II: 1248 15 January 1248 Sviatoslav III: 1196– 3 February 1252 Son of Vsevolod III: 1248 1249 Andrey II: 1221–1264 Son of Yaroslav II: December 1249 24 July 1252 Saint Alexander I Nevsky: 1220–1263 Son of Yaroslav II: 1252 14 November 1263 Yaroslav III: 1230–1272 Son of Yaroslav ...