Vasily Kosoy Vasily Kosoy; fresco from the Cathedral of the Archangel (1666) Vasiliy Yuryevich Kosoy (the Squint) ( Russian: Василий Юрьевич Косой; ca. 1401–1448) was prince of Zvenigorod from 1421. He continued his father's claim on the title of Grand Prince of Moscow in 1434. Contents 1 Life 2 Ancestors 3 See also 4 References 5 External links
- Date of birth
- Participation in internecine war
The dates of birth of Vasili Kosoy and of his younger brothers are not known. Their father Yuri Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod married princess Anastasia Yuryevna of Smolensk in 1400. She died on July 11, 1422 and during her marriage gave birth to four sons: Ivan Yuryevich, Vasili Kosoy, Dmitri Shemyaka and Dmitri Krasnyi Ivan is not mentioned by some s...
Before the grand reign
Vasily Kosoy begins to be mentioned in the annals from 1433. This year, together with his brother Dmitri Shemyaka, he feasted in Moscow at the wedding of Grand Duke Vasili Vasilyevich, during which Sophia of Lithuania publicly ripped Vasily Yuryevich off the gold belt allegedly stolen in the past from Dmitri Donskoy by the thousand-strong Vasily Protasievich and, in time, by Vasily Kosomu. The insulted Yuryevichs immediately left and went to their father in Halych; on the
Vasili Yuryevich was married to Anastasiya Andreyevna, the daughter of Andrei Vladimirovich, the prince of Serpukhov-Radonezh, but the offspring of this marriage is not known.
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Vasiliy Yuryevich Kosoy (el bizco) ( ruso: Василий Юрьевич Косой; ca. 1401-1448) fue príncipe de Zvenigorod desde 1421. Continuó con el reclamo de su padre sobre el título de Gran Príncipe de Moscú en 1434. Vasily Kosoy era hijo de Yury Dmitrievich y Anastasia de Smolensk.
Vasily Kosoy. Vasiliy Yuryevich Kosoy (the Squint) (Russian: Василий Юрьевич Косой; ca. 1401–1448) was prince of Zvenigorod from 1421. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Vasily Kosoy has received more than 23,120 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia.
Vasily Kosoy was the son of Yury Dmitrievich and Anastasia of Smolensk. His grandfather was Dmitry Donskoy who settled the issue of crown inheritance by passing a law according to which his oldest son Vasily I will become Grand Prince after his death and the second in line will be Donskoy's younger son Yury Dmitrievich.
El hijo mayor de Yuri Dmitrievich, Vasily Kosoy (el príncipe recibió ese apodo después de ser cegado en 1436), apareció en la ceremonia con un cinturón que se consideraba que pertenecía a Dmitry Donskoy. Madre Vasily II le arrancó públicamente esta parte importante del disfraz, lo que llevó a la ruptura del príncipe con Moscú.
Vasily Kosoy. Grand Prince of Moscow. Upload media. Wikipedia. Date of birth. 1421 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Date of death. 1448 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Moscow.