- Xenia of Tarusa: Youri Mikhailovich, Prince of Tarusa: c. 1246 1265 1271 1312 Yaroslav III - Unknown Dmitry Borisovich, Prince of Rostov - - - - - Andrey III: Anna of Kashin: Dmitry Borisovich, Prince of Rostov 1280 8 November 1294 1304 1318 2 October 1368 Mikhail of Tver - Anastasia of Halych - - c.1320 - - - Aleksander of Tver
Xenia of Tarusa was a daughter of Youri Mikhailovich, Prince of Tarusa, by conflicting sources she could have been a daughter of Citizen Youri of Novgorod. She married Yaroslav III (Yaroslav Yaroslavich), Prince of Tver and Grand Prince of Vladimir , the younger brother of Aleksandr Nevsky in 1265.
- c. 1246
- Youri Mikhailovich
- 1312 (aged 65–66)
- Yaroslav III of Tver
Saint Xenia of Tarusa 1265 four children 16 September 1272: Brother of his predecessor. Leo I: 1228: 1272–1301 Kiev: Constance of Hungary 1116 one child 1301: Son of Daniel I. Also King of Galicia-Volhynia. After his death in 1301, Kiev fell in the hands of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Util at least 1362, were installed Lithuanian governors ...
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Xenia of Tarusa (4 F) ... Pages in category "Ksenia (given name)" This category contains only the following page. G. Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of Russia;
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Parts of the land that is today known as Russia was populated by various East Slavic peoples from before the 9th century. The first states to exert hegemony over the region were those of the Rus' people, a branch of Nordic Varangians who entered the region occupied by modern Russia sometime in the ninth century, and set up a series of states starting with the Rus' Khaganate circa 830.
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