Anne of Kiev or Anna Yaroslavna [a] (c. 1030 – 1075) was a princess of Kievan Rus' who became Queen of France in 1051 upon marrying King Henry I. She ruled the kingdom as regent during the minority of their son Philip I from Henry's death in 1060 until her controversial marriage to Count Ralph IV of Valois.
Ana de Kiev. Abadía de Villers, La Ferté-Alais, Essonne, Francia. Ana de Kiev o Ana Yaroslavna (entre 1024 y 1032 – 1075 ), conocida como Ana de Rus, 1 (o Agnés en Francia 2 ) como Ana de Rusia, 3 4 y como Ana de Rutenia 5 a lo largo de los siglos y como Ana de Kiev desde finales del siglo XX. Hija del Gran príncipe de la Rus ...
12 de dic. de 2022 · Anne of Kiev (or Anna Yaroslavna) (between 1024 and 1032 – 1075), daughter of Yaroslav I of Kiev and his wife Princess Ingegerd of Sweden, was the queen consort of France as the wife of Henry I, and regent for her son Philip I.
- "Anna", "Yaroslavna", "Jaroslavna"
- Kiev, Russia (now Kiev, Ukraine)
- September 05, 1075 (38-39)West Francia
Anne de Kiev (russe : Анна Ярославна, Anna Iaroslavna), née vers 1024, 1032 ou en 1036 à Kiev en Rus' et morte entre 1075 et 1089, est une princesse kievienne, fille de Iaroslav le Sage, grand-prince de Kiev, prince de Novgorod et prince de Rostov, et de sa seconde épouse, Ingigerd de Suède.
22 de may. de 2016 · Anna of Kyiv, the French Queen from Ukraine-Rus by Euromaidan Press Staff 22/05/2016 5 minute read Queen Anna of Kyiv as pictured on a medieval French miniature Article by: Anastasiia Chornohorska, Alya Shandra Source: day.kyiv.ua Source: na-skryzhalyah Source: This day in history Edited by: Michael Garrood
Anne of Kiev or Anna Yaroslavna (c. 1030 – 1075) was a Rus' princess who became queen of France in 1051 upon marrying King Henry I. She ruled the kingdom as regent during the minority of their son Philip I from Henry's death in 1060 until her controversial marriage to Count Ralph IV of Valois.
Anne of Kiev (Anna Yaroslavna), rarely called Agnes, daughter of Yaroslav I of Kiev and Princess Ingegerd of Sweden; Yaroslav was king of Rus',(1) described in medieval histories as king of the Russians “rex Russorum” (Hugh of Fleury, Aubry des Trois Fontaines, and Raoul Tortaire).