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  1. Después de la muerte de Sviatoslav en el año 972, se desató una guerra entre Yaropolk y su hermano menor Oleg, regente de Drevlinia, tierra de los drevlianos. En 977, Vladimiro visitó a Håkon Sigurdsson , gobernante de Noruega, y reclutó la mayor cantidad de guerreros vikingos que pudo para que le ayudaran a recuperar Nóvgorod .

  2. II. Vladimir ve Wessexli Githa'nın oğlu ve I. Mstislav'ın küçük kardeşi Viaçeslav Vladimiroviç: Smolenskli Вячеслав Владимирович: 1083 – 2 Şubat 1154: 22 Şubat 1139: 4 Mart 1139: Rurik Hanedanı: II. Vladimir ve Wessexli Githa'nın oğlu ve I. Mstislav ve II. Yaropolk'un küçük kardeşi II. Vsevolod Olgoviç ...

  3. Çariçe II. Katerina veya Büyük Katerina ( Rusça : Екатерина II Великая ( Yekaterina II Velikaya ), (2 Mayıs 1729 - 17 Kasım 1796), 34 yıl boyunca Rusya 'yı yönetmiş ve 18. yüzyıl Rusyası'na damgasını vurmuş Çariçedir.

  4. Tres son de la línea de Vladimiro Kirílovich, primo de Nicolás II: Gran Duquesa María Vladímirovna (57 años, vive en Madrid), Gran Duquesa Leonida Gueórguievna (su madre), Gueorgui Mijáilovich (su hijo, nació en 1981, Dinastía Hohenzollern).

  5. Around 973–974, he went to Denmark to help Harald Bluetooth of Denmark in his defense against the Holy Roman Emperor Otto II. Otto's forces successfully opposed an attempt by Harald to throw off the German yoke. After that Haakon paid no taxes to Denmark.

  6. Béla II was crowned in Székesfehérvár on 28 April, substantiating the reliability of this report. However, no scholarly consensus on the exact circumstances of Béla's ascension exists. According to Gyula Kristó, Béla was crowned by Archbishop Felician after a civil war between his and Saul's partisans, but Pál Engel does not mention any conflict related to Béla's succession.

  7. www.thefamouspeople.com › russian-emperors-kingsThe Greatest Russian Rulers

    Ivan III of Russia was a Grand Prince of Moscow and Grand Prince of all Rus'. He initially served as the co-ruler and regent for his blind father, Vasily II, before officially occupying the throne. He vastly expanded his kingdom and laid the foundations of the Russian state. His reign—lasting 43 years—was one of the longests in Russian history.