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  1. 04/08/2022 · Vladimir was born in 958 and was the youngest son of Sviatoslav I of Kiev by his housekeeper Malusha, described in the Norse sagas as a prophetess who lived to the age of 100 and was brought from her cave to the palace to predict the future. Malusha's brother Dobrynya was Vladimir's tutor and most trusted advisor.

  2. 03/08/2022 · Izyaslav II (Grand Duke of Kiev) Mstislavich is geboren., ze kregen 1 kind. Deze informatie is onderdeel van Family tree Morales Abeln van Vincent op Genealogie Online.

  3. 05/08/2022 · In 1835, the Russian revolutionary, Alexander Herzen, was a horrified eyewitness of Jewish child conscripts on their way to Siberia: “Pale, exhausted, with frightened faces, they stood in thick, clumsy, soldiers’ overcoats, with stand-up collars, fixing helpless, pitiful eyes on the garrison soldiers who were roughly getting them into ranks.

  4. 02/08/2022 · Princess Christina Ingesdotter of Sweden (Swedish: Kristina Ingesdotter; 11th century – d. 18 January 1122) was a Swedish princess and, by marriage, a princess of Veliky Novgorod, Rostov and Belgorod, spouse of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev. Christina was the daughter of King Inge the Elder of Sweden and queen Helena.

  5. 06/08/2022 · In the early 1320s, a Lithuanian army led by Gediminas defeated a Slavic army led by Stanislav of Kiev at the Battle on the Irpen' River, and conquered the city. The Tatars, who also claimed Kiev, retaliated in 1324–1325, so while Kiev was ruled by a Lithuanian prince, it had to pay a tribute to the Golden Horde.

  6. 02/08/2022 · He succeeded as ROMAN Grand Prince of Kiev 1172-1174, 1175-1177. Prince of Novgorod 1154, 1178-1179. m (9 Jan 1149) as her first husband, MARIA Sviatoslavna, daughter of SVIATOSLAV NIKOLAI Olegovich Prince of Chernigov & his second wife Maria [Ekaterina] of Novgorod. She married secondly Roman Glebovich Prince of Riazan.

  7. 07/08/2022 · Sviatoslav I (943–972) achieved the first major expansion of Kievan Rus' territorial control, fighting a war of conquest against the Khazars. Vladimir the Great (980–1015) introduced Christianity with his own baptism and, by decree, extended it to all inhabitants of Kiev and beyond.