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  Dmitri Donskoi - Biocrawler
Grand Prince Dmitri Ivanovich Donskoi (Дмитрий Донской, in Russian) (October 12, 1350 – 1389) was a Russian ruler (1359 – 1389).
Dmitri met and defeated it at the Battle of Kulikovo.
Dmitri, however, pledged his loyalty to Tokhtamysh and to the Golden Horde and was returned to his position as Mongol tax collector and Prince of Vladimir.
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Donskoi versuchte, sich auch von den Mongolen durch militärische Erfolge zu emanzipieren.
Dmitri Donskoi versammelte seine Truppen, doch waren diese den Mongolen zahlenmäßig unterlegen.
Dmitri ließ in dieser Ruhephase (1383) den unzuverlässigen Metropoliten Cyprian und seine Anhänger durch ihm geneigte Geistliche ersetzen und noch einmal Rjasan angreifen, um Oleg für sein Bündnis mit Mamai zu strafen.
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 Omnipelagos.com ~ article "Dmitri Donskoi"
Saint Dmitri Ivanovich Donskoy (Дмитрий Донской, in Russian) (October 12, 1350 – May 19, 1389) reigned as the Grand Duke of Muscovy from 1359 and Grand Duke of Vladimir from 1363 to his death.
Dmitri ascended the Muscovite throne at the age of 9.
Dmitri's thirty-year reign saw the beginning of the end for Mongol domination of the nation.
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 Dmitri Donskoi Information
Statue of Dmitri Donskoi on the Millennium Monument (1862).
In 1360 the highest dignity among Russian princes, that of Grand Duke of Vladimir, was transferred by a Khan of the Golden Horde upon Dmitri Konstantinovich of Nizhny Novgorod.
Dmitri, however, pledged his loyalty to Tokhtamysh and to the Golden Horde and was reinstated as Mongol principal tax collector and Grand Duke of Vladimir.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Dmitri Donskoi
Saint Dmitry Ivanovich Donskoy (Дми́трий Донско́й) or Dimitri of the Don (October 12, 1350, Moscow – May 19, 1389, Moscow) reigned as the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1359 and Grand Duke of Vladimir from 1363 to his death.
Dmitry ascended the throne of Grand Duchy of Moscow at the age of 9.
Dmitri's thirty-year reign saw the beginning of the end for Mongol domination of parts of what is now Russia.
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 AllRefer.com - Dmitri Donskoi (Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Dmitri Donskoi, Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biographies
Dmitri Donskoi[dumE´trE dunskoi´] Pronunciation Key, 1350–89, Russian hero, grand duke of Moscow (1359–89).
He successfully resisted Lithuanian attempts to invade Moscow, and was the first Russian prince since the Mongol conquest who dared to wage open war on the Tatars.
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 Last Fight of the Donskoi
The fate of Dmitri Donskoi was now sealed and her crew was making a desperate effort to run her aground at Matsushima.
Donskoi fought with spirit, but in the storm of steel that was sweeping her from both beams accurate sighting was soon impossible.
Besides her own crew Donskoi had on board 270 men from Oslyabya and the destroyer Buini, which had sunk, so that the casualties caused on her crowded decks were unusually heavy.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1382
This led to a schism in the Catholic church with one pope in Rome (Pope Gregory XI and the antipope (Clement VII) in Avignon.
Khan Tokhtamysh of the Golden Horde, overruns Moscow as punishment for Grand Prince Dmitri Donskoi's resistance to Khan Mamai of the Blue Horde in the 1370s.
Dmitri Donskoi pledges his loyalty to Tokhtamysh and is allowed to remain as ruler of Moscow and Vladimir.
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 The Baldwin Project: The Story of Russia by Robert van Bergen
Dmitri of Souzdal went to Saraï—and secured the iarlikh, which made him Grand Duke of Vladimir, but Alexis, the Metropolitan, was loyal to Ivan's children, and appealed to the khan in the name of his young ward.
Two years later, in 1378, a battle was fought between Dmitri and one of Mamaï's generals in Riazan, when the Tartars were defeated, which made the grand duke exclaim: "Their time is come, and God is with us!" The khan sent an army to ravage Riazan, and made preparations to reestablish his authority at Moscow.
Dmitri, at the head of an army estimated at 150,000 men, marched through Riazan to the Don where the Tartars were drawn up, awaiting the reënforcements of their ally Jagellon, who was still fifteen leagues distant.
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 Dmitri Donskoi: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Even when Dmitri Donskoi, Prince of Moscow, managed to persuade many of the...Mongols, an effort which led to the crushing defeat which Dmitri inflicted upon them in 1380 on the field of Kulikovo...
During the rule of Dmitri Donskoi the first stone walls of the Kremlin were built (1367...the leadership of Kuzma Minin (a butcher) and Prince Dmitri Pozharski, attacked the Polish garrison and forced...
Internecine warfare among the Tatar leaders and attempts by the Russian princes, such as Dmitri Donskoi, to end tributary payments contributed to the decline of the Empire of the Golden Horde in the late 14th cent.
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  Dimitri of Russia
Dmitri took advantage of this lapse in Mongol authority to advance the powers of the Princes of Moscow.
Dmitri met and defeated it at the Battle of Kulikovo.
Dmitri, however, pledged his loyalty to Tokhtamysh and to the Golden Horde and was returned to his postion as Mongol tax collector and Prince of Valdimir.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Dmitri Donskoi
Dmitri ascended the Muscovite throne at the age of 9.
Dmitri's thirty-year reign saw the beginning of the end for Mongol domination of the nation.
Dmitri, however, pledged his loyalty to Tokhtamysh and to the Golden Horde and was reinstated as Mongol principal tax collector and Grand Duke of Vladimir.
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 Dmitri Donskoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statue of Dmitri Donskoi on the Millennium Monument (1862).
Saint Dmitri Ivanovich Donskoy (Дмитрий Донской, in Russian) (October 12, 1350 – May 19, 1389) reigned as the Grand Duke of Muscovy from 1359 and Grand Duke of Vladimir from 1363 to his death.
In 1375, Dmitri managed to settle his conflict with Tver in his favour.
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 c. Russia. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
DMITRI DONSKOI (of the Don), who ascended to the princely throne at the age of nine.
At the same time, he began the conflict with the Tatars, whose power was fading but who also enjoyed the support of Lithuania.
Dmitri completely defeated the Tatar armies before the Lithuanians arrived.
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 Dmitri Donskoi - Encyclopedia.com
Dmitri Donskoi, 1350-89, Russian hero, grand duke of Moscow (1359-89).
He successfully resisted Lithuanian attempts to invade Moscow, and was the first Russian prince since the Mongol conquest who dared to wage open war on the Tatars.
The Dmitri Donskoi has been modified as a trial platform for the new...
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 StarDestroyer.Net BBS :: View topic - Dmitri Donskoi, just your average armored frigate.
For the first 9 years of her life, Dmitri Donskoi carried a three-masted ship rig; sail power being assumed to be an asset for ship that was intended to operate so far from home and/or reliable refueling stations.
By 8:30pm, with Donskoi in the shadow of Matsushima and the sun setting, the Japanese decided on a torpedo attack by the accompanying destroyer groups, it being too dark for the newly arrived Asama to be of any use.
Donskoi had by that time managed to close the rocks of Matsushima so closely that the torpedo attacks had to be conducted from seaward, without effect.
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 RAMBAUD ON THE RISE OF THE THE GRAND PRINCES OF MOSCOW (1303 - 1462).
Dmitri of the terrible eyes, son of the unhappy Michael, obtained the title of Grand Prince, and the baskak Seventch Bonga was charged to place him on the throne of Vladimir.
It was by his counsel that Dmitri Ivanovitch, at the age of twelve, dared to declare himself the rival of Dmitri of Souzdal, and determined to appeal to the tribunal of the Khan.
Dmitri Ivanovitch (1363 - 1389) is distinguished from nearly all the Souzdal princes by a warlike and chivalrous character worthy of the West.
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 Dmitri - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK
Dmitri, 1582-91, czarevich, son of Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) of Russia.
The first, whose origin is unknown, appeared in Poland c.1600; claiming that he was Dmitri, he enlisted the support of Lithuanian and Polish nobles and finally of King Sigismund III of Poland.
Boris died suddenly in 1605 and the false Dmitri was crowned as czar.
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 Dmitri Donskoi
Donskoi war noch minderjährig als er Regierung übernahm.
Ein Jahr später erobern Tataren zwar Rjasan konnten aber von Donskois an der Oka zur Rückkehr bewogen werden.
Donskoi versuchte sich auch von den durch militärische Erfolge zu emanzipieren.
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 EefyWiki - Dmitri Donskoi
Dmitri, the son of Ivan II, was born in 1350.
  Dmitri followed the same policies as his father and grandfather as he outmaneuvered the Tatar and attracted people to settle in the sparse regions of the domain.
One of his most famous roles is when he led a Russian army on a military victory over the Mongols.
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 Aardvark Alley: + Sergius, Abbot of Holy Trinity +
Sergius blessed Prince Dmitri with the words, "Go fearless prince and believe in God's help." Dmitri led the Russians to victory at the Battle of Kulikovo, thus hastening the establishment of an independent Russia.
One is the fortress of the Donskoi Monastery, under the Sparrow Hills.
The other is the Simonov Monastery on the banks of the Mosqua — a place of beauty chosen by the saint himself and established in 1370 by monk Feodor, a nephew and disciple of St. Sergius.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for dmitri
Dmitri Kessel was trained as a soldier, attending the...
Born in 1928 in Chita, Eastern Siberia, Dmitri Antonovich Volkogonov was the son of a collective farm...
Dmitri began as a student athlete in Voronezh...
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When this was largely burnt down during the terrible fire of 1365, his successor Dmitri Donskoi decided to replace it with a stone fortress, and by 1368.
Donskoi’s druzhina is very much a separate force from the hosts of Moscow, the handful of full-time units the prince maintains and the larger force of levies raised at time of war.
Princess Mariya Serpukhovsky, Dmitri Donskoi’s aunt, is proposing to build a new monastery only a little to the east, on the other side of the river, and already it is hard to tell if the complaints this has brought from the hegumen, or abbot, are driven more by doctrinal concerns or fears of a competitor.
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 ORDER "FOR THE SERVICE TO THE FATHERLAND"
The face of the Order is a medallion with a picture of Dmitry Donskoi and Sergius Radonezhski on the background of dark-blue enamel (the finift'), in the frame of a bay leaves wreath, 20 mm in diameter.
In the center of the Star, there is a picture of Dmitry Donskoi and Sergius Radonezhski (dark-blue enamel) in the frame of a bay leaves wreath.
The medal was established in 2002 in the honor of Great Russian Orthodox Saints Dmitry Donskoi and Sergius Radonezhski, by the National Charity foundation "Immortal Glory to the Heroes", the National Committee of the Russian Imperial War Decorations Holders and the National Defense Foundation "Parade".
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 World Architecture Images- Russia- The Kremlin
When Dmitri Donskoi prepared to challenge the Tatar authority, he replaced the oaken walls with a strong citadel of white stone (1366-1368), which withstood a siege by Khan Tokhtamysh.
Dmitri's son Vasily I made peace with the Tatars and resumed construction of churches and cloisters.
The Chudov Monastery was founded by Dmitri's tutor, Metropolitan Alexis; while his widow, Eudoxia, established the Ascension Convent in 1397.
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 Battle of Kulikovo
The battle of Kulikovo between Tartars and Russians took place in 1380 at the Kulikovo field near the Don River.
Combined Russian armies under the command of the prince of Moscow Dmitri Ivanovich (later called Dmitri Donskoi[?]) faced much larger Tartar forces under the command of Mamai, the strong military leader of the Golden Horde, (who was not one of Chingiz Khan's family).
His allies, prince Oleg of Ryazan (a rival prince) and King Yagailo from Litva were late to the battle.
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 Город Владимир / Old Russian Towns / Vladimir / Historic buildings / Cathedral of St. Dmitri
The first reference to the Cathedral is in the obituary of its founder, Vsevolod III, where it is written that he erected a "fine church" in his palace dedicated to the martyr St. Demetrius of Salonica and adorned it with wonderful icons and frescoes.
In memory of his illustrious forbear, Dmitri Donskoi took the cathedral under his patro­nage.
It also stands out as the royal church of the strongest feudal ruler in twelfth-century Russia, built by the "great Vsevolod" as the chroniclers call him, at the height of his glory, when the power of the Grand Duke of Vladimir decided the fate of the principalities along the Dnieper, Smolensk and Novgorod.
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