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    Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk 3 children 1435 1446 27 March 1462, Moscow, Russia Dmitry Shemyaka: no image: Son of Yury of Zvenigorod: 1446 26 March 1447 1453, Moscow, Russia Vasily II the Blind: Son of Vasily I: 10 March 1415 Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk 3 children 27 February 1447 27 March 1462 27 March 1462, Moscow, Russia Ivan III the Great ...

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    Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk 3 children 27 February 1425 27 March 1462 27 March 1462, Moscow, Russia Ivan III the Great: 22 January 1440 Maria Borisovna of Tver one son

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    Population: 12,000 .HistoryIt is known to have existed since 1356 as a part of the Principality of Ryazan. In the 14th century, it was owned by Vladimir the Bold, but passed to the Grand Duchy of Moscow when his granddaughter Maria of Borovsk married Vasily II.In 1444, the St. Paphnutius Monastery was founded near Borovsk.

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    1440: Ivan III born to Vasily II and Maria of Borovsk 1446 : Ivan III named co-ruler of Moscow with his father Vasily II 1452 : First Marriage to Maria of Tver (led to an annexation of Tver)

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    Pafnutievo-Borovsky Monastery - Borovsk, Kaluga Region The Pafnutievo-Borovsky Monastery was founded in 1444 by St Pafnuty of Borovsk, but most of its buildings date from the 16th century and were built on the orders of Tsar Feodor I.

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    Borovsk vart første gong nemnt på 1200-talet, som ein del av Fyrstedømet Rjazan. På 1300-talet var han eigd av Vladimir av Serpukhov, men hamna under Storfyrstedømet Moskva då barnebarnet hans Maria av Borovsk gifta seg med Vasilij II. I 1444 vart det kjende Pafnutievklosteret grunnlagd nær Borovsk.

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    Ivan's son with Maria of Tver, Ivan the Young, died in 1490, leaving from his marriage with Helen of Moldavia an only child, Dmitry the Grandson. The latter was crowned as successor by his grandfather on 15 February 1491, but later Ivan reverted his decision in favor of Sophia's elder son Vasily , who was ultimately crowned co-regent with his father (14 April 1502).

  9. La tierra que hoy se conoce como Rusia estuvo poblada por varios pueblos eslavos orientales desde antes del siglo IX. Los primeros estados que ejercieron la hegemonía sobre la región fueron los del pueblo Rus, una rama de los varangianos nórdicos que entraron en la región ocupada por la Rusia moderna en algún momento del siglo IX, y establecieron una serie de estados comenzando con el ...

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    Yaroslav, Pr Serpukhov and Borovsk, Pr of Maloyaroslavets (1410-26), *18.1.1389, +of plague 1426; 1m: 1408 Anna, dau.of Pr of Semen Vasilyievich of Novlensk; 2m: Maria Fyodorovna Goltiayeva; all children from 1m. F1. Vasiliy, Pr Serpukhov-Borovsk, +in prison in Vologda 1483 G1.

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