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  1. Yuri Vasilievich (Юрий Васильевич; 30 October 1532 – 24 June 1563) was the only brother of Ivan the Terrible. He was born deaf, and was thus never considered to be a candidate as heir to the Russian throne. He ruled the appanage principality of Uglich on the Volga. Yuri was the second son of Vasily III of Russia and Elena Glinskaya.

  2. After some time, with help of Volodimirko of Galych, Yuri took Kiev again. 1151: Hungarian king Géza II helped Iziaslav to return Kiev. Yuri escaped 1154: 13 November: Iziaslav II died. His brother, prince of Smolensk Rostislav was summoned to become a new prince of Kiev. 1155: Yuri Dolgorukiy expelled Rostislav with assistance of prince of ...

  3. Después de nueve años allí, su principado en la frontera, en la confluencia del río Moscova (en ruso, Moskvá) y el río Neglínnaya, Yuri Dolgoruki decidió construir un castillo -fortaleza y cronista escribió En 1156, a orillas del río Moscova en una colina se levantó la primera fortaleza de madera, el Kremlin de Moscú.

  4. Demetrius of Uglich, son of Ivan the Terrible, mysteriously died or killed, later impersonated by the impostors False Dmitry I and False Dmitry II during the Time of Troubles E [ edit ] Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna , senior sister of the last Russian Empress Alexandra Feodorovna , became a prominent nun after her husband was murdered by revolutionary terrorists, founded the Marfo ...

  5. Dmitri (6 October 1481 – 14 February 1521), Prince of Uglich. Eudokia (February 1483 – 8 February 1513), married Khudakul, Kazan Tsar of the Tartars (baptized as Peter). Through her daughter, Anastasia Petrovna, wife of Prince Fyodor Mikhailovich Mstislavsky , she is the ancestor of all living members of the House of Galitzin , [16] [17] [18] and of Prince Rostislav Romanov and his siblings.

  6. According to his own letters, Ivan, along with his younger brother Yuri, often felt neglected and offended by the mighty boyars from the Shuisky and Belsky families. In a letter to Prince Kurbski Ivan remembered, "My brother Iurii, of blessed memory, and me they brought up like vagrants and children of the poorest.

  7. Prince of Uglich 1389–1427-1433–1434: Daniil ≈1370–1379: Sophia of Lithuania 1371–1453: Vasily I G.P. of Moscow 1371–1389–1425: Yury of Zvenigorod G.P. of Moscow 1374-1433–1434: Anastasia of Smolensk?–1422: Yuri Kirdyapin: Ivan Shuysky: Zakhary Ivanovich Koshkin: Anna of Moscow 1393–1417: Maria of Borovsk 1418–1484: Vasily ...