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    Prince Yury Bogolyubsky leads a rebellion of disaffected Georgian nobleman against his ex-wife, Queen Tamara (the Great), but her forces win a two pitched battle at Tmogvi and Erusheti. Yury is captured, and Tamara allows him to withdraw to Constantinople. Henry VI is forced to raise the siege of Naples, due to an epidemic, and returns to Germany.

  2. Yury III of Moscow G.P. of Vladimir 1281–1318– 1322–1325: Ivan I G.P. of Moscow 1288-1328–1340: Konstantin V Prince of Suzdal?-1332–1355: Alexander of Suzdal G.P. of Vladimir?–1328–1331: Daniel 1320–1328: Andrei Prince of Serpukhov 1327–1341–1353: Simeon the Proud G.P. of Moscow 1316–1340–1353: Alexandra: Ivan II G.P. of ...

  3. Ivan had four brothers. The eldest, Yury, died childless on 12 September 1472. He only had a draft of a will that said nothing about his land. Ivan seized the land, much to the fury of the surviving brothers, whom he placated with some land. Boris and Andrei the Elder signed treaties with Vasily in February and September 1473.

  4. She not only shielded much of her Empire from further Turkish invasions but successfully pacified internal tensions, including a coup organized by her Russian husband Yury Bogolyubsky, prince of Novgorod.