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  1. Svyatopolk-Mirsky not only allowed the congress but also participated in its work and personally delivered its decision to Tsar Nicholas II along with his own plan for constitutional reforms. Svyatopolk-Mirsky's plan included transferring more power to the State Council of Imperial Russia .

  2. Their translation of liturgical texts into Old Church Slavonic was approved by Pope Hadrian II in 867. [27] And it came to pass in those days that the Slavic prince Rostislav together with Svatopluk sent emissaries from Moravia to Emperor Michael, saying thus: "We have prospered through God's grace, and many Christian teachers have come to us from among the Italians , Greeks and Germans ...

  3. Sviatopolk II Святополк Изяславич: 24 de abril de 1093-16 de abril de 1113 Vladímir II Владимир Всеволодович: 20 de abril de 1113-19 de mayo de 1125 Hijo de Vsévolod I y una princesa bizantina Mstislav el Grande Мстислав Великий: 20 de mayo de 1125-15 de abril de 1132

  4. Iaroslav Vladimirovitch (en ukrainien : Яросла́в Володи́мирович et en russe : Ярослав Владимирович), dit Iaroslav I er et plus connu sous le nom de Iaroslav le Sage [3] (en russe : Ярослав Мудрый, en ukrainien : Ярослав Мудрий, et en vieux norrois : Jarizleifr), est un grand-prince de la Rus' de Kiev de la dynastie des ...

  5. Sviatoslav II. Jaroslavič (1073 – 1076) Vsevolod I. Jaroslavič (1076 – 1077) Izjaslav Jaroslavič (1077 – 1078) – tretí raz; Vsevolod I. Jaroslavič (1078 – 1093) – druhý raz; Sviatopolk II. Jaroslavič (1093 – 1113) Vladimír II. Vsevolodovič Monomach (1113 – 1125) Mstislav Vladimírovič Veľký (1125 – 1132) Jaropolk II.

  6. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Boleslas et Boleslas I er . Boleslas I er Boleslas I er par Jan Matejko (1838-1893). Titre Roi de Pologne 992 – 1025 Prédécesseur Mieszko I er 1025 – 1025 Couronnement 18 avril 1025 Cathédrale de Gniezno Successeur Mieszko II Biographie Dynastie Dynastie Piast Date de naissance 967 Lieu de naissance Poznań Date de décès 17 juin 1025 Sépulture ...

  7. Pyotr Sviatopolk-Mirsky resigned his post as Minister of the Interior, and on 19th January, 1905, Tsar Nicholas II summoned a group of workers to the Winter Palace and instructed them to elect delegates to his new Shidlovsky Commission, which promised to deal with some of their grievances.