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On October 8, 1480 Akhmat, planning to bypass the Oka river from the west (avoiding Ivan's regiments, located in Kolomna, Serpukhov and Tarusa) and unite his army with Casimir's, approached the Ugra river — Oka's tributary.
Ivan III located his army in Kremenets and started to negotiate with the khan, trying to buy some time to restore his relations with his rebellious brothers (hence, the Great standing on the Ugra river).
The Great standing on the Ugra river put an end to the Tatar-Mongol dominance.
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 Mongol Empire Encyclopedia Article @ Hostilities.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Despite his recognition as Great Khan, he was unable to keep his brother Hulagu and their cousin Berke from open warfare in 1263, and after Kublai's death, there was not an accepted Great Khan, so the Mongol Empire was fragmented for good.
It is often speculated that this was one of the great turning points in history and that Europe may well have fallen to the Mongols had the invasion gone ahead.
The Great Khan Möngke having died, however, he hastened to return for the election, and the force that remained in Palestine was destroyed by the Mamluks under Baibars in 1261 at Ayn Jalut.
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 Great standing on the Ugra river - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On October 8, 1480 Akhmat, planning to bypass the Oka river from the west (avoiding Ivan's regiments, located in Kolomna, Serpukhov and Tarusa) and unite his army with Casimir's, approached the Ugra river — Oka's tributary.
Akhmat's attempt to cross the Ugra river was rebutted in a 4-day battle.
The Great standing on the Ugra river put an end to the Tatar-Mongol dominance.
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Muscovy gained full sovereignty over the ethnically Russian lands about 1480 when the Tatars' Golden Horde overlordship ended officially (see Great standing on the Ugra river), and by the beginning of the 16th century virtually all those lands were united.
Stenka Razin, a Cossack who was from the Don River region, led a revolt that drew together wealthy Cossacks who were well established in the region and escaped serfs seeking free land.
The Treaty of Andrusovo, which ended the war in 1667, split Ukraine along the Dniepr River, reuniting the western sector with Poland and leaving the eastern sector self-governing under the suzerainty of the tsar.
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In 1300 Moscow was ruled by Daniil Aleksandrovich, the son of Alexander Nevsky and a member of the Rurik Dynasty.
Its favorable position on the headwaters of the Volga river contributed to steady expansion.
In 1480, Ivan III has finally broken the Russians free from Tatar control (see Great standing on the Ugra river) and Moscow became the capital of an empire which would eventually encompass all of Russia and Siberia, and parts of many other lands.
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This was followed by an invasion of a large horde of Mongol/Turkic [1] nomads in 1236 led by Batu Khan, the grandson of Ghengis Khan.
GREAT STANDING ON In 1547 the young Muscovite prince, John IV [2], grandson of Grand Prince John III, was crowned the first Tsar Of All The Russias at the age of 17.
Within a few years he led the Russian army down the Volga River to its mouth and the easy conquest of the khanate of Astrakhan, whereby the entire Volga River basin came under Russian control.
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In 1480, when Akhmat Khan moved towards the Russian borders, the grand prince sent Ivan Molodoy with numerous regiments to the Ugra River.
Ivan III moved towards the Oka River, but soon returned to Moscow and demanded his son's return, fearing for his life.
When the river froze up, Ivan Molodoy crossed it at the request of his father and went to Borovsk, where the grand prince planned on attacking the Tatars.
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 Muscovy Biography,info
The Great Princedom of Moscow, as the state is known in Russian records, was the predecessor of the Russian Empire and the successor of Kievan Rus' in its northern and eastern lands.
Yermak defeated the Siberia Khanate and claimed the territories west of the Ob' and Irtysh rivers for Russia.
The Treaty of Andrusovo, which ended the war in 1667, split Ukraine along the river Dnieper, reuniting the western sector (or Right-bank Ukraine) with Poland and leaving the eastern sector (Left-bank Ukraine) as the Cossack Hetmanate, self-governing under the suzerainty of the tsar.
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 Akhmat Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
January 6, 1481) was a khan of the Great Horde between 1465 and 1481.
In 1480, Akhmat organized another military campaign against Moscow, which would result in the Horde's defeat (see Great standing on the Ugra river).
On 6 January 1481, Akhmat Khan and his men were killed by Siberian khan Ibaq Khan of Tyumen and Nogays at the mouth of the Donets River.
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Morava River (Central Europe) - The Morava (Czech / Slovak: Morava;) is a river in Central Europe.
It is Europe's longest river, with a length of 3,690 km (2,293 miles), and forms the core of the largest river system in Europe.
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 Tatar invasions - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Muscovy remained a vassal of the Golden Horde until the Great standing on the Ugra river in 1480.
Poland was invaded by Tatars from the Crimean Khanate in 1506 with an army of 10,000 men, who were summarily destroyed.
To protect of invasions of Nogai Horde wandering between the Volga and Irtysh rivers, the Volga cities of Samara in 1586, Tsaritsyn in 1589, Saratov in 1590 have been found.
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A great deal of damage or degradation of relics may have been registered during this period as the farmer used the property as a cattle ranch.
It is located in the Karst valley of the Erkyupryia River in the Western Rhodopes at 1,450 metres above sea level, at the foot of Persenk peak.
The large one (situated upstream) is 15 metres at its widest and 96 metres long, and shaped by three vault arches, the largest of which is 45 metres high and 40 metres wide.
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 Great standing on the Ugra river (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In 1476 Ivan III ceased paying annual tributes to the Horde, which had been been collected by the Mongols since the times of Batu Khan.
On October 8, 1480 Akhmat, planning to bypass the Oka river from the west (avoiding Ivan's regiments, located in Kolomna, Serpukhov and Таrusa) and unite his army with Casimir's, approached the Ugra river — Oka's tributary.
The Great standing on the Ugra river put an end to the Tatar-Mongol oppression.
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Crossing the Volga, he mustered a new army, which was totally exterminated by the Mongols on the Sit' River on March 4.
So long as a great horde of nomads was encamped on the frontier the country was liable to be invaded by an overwhelming force of ruthless marauders.
Although a Russian army defeated the Golden Horde at Battle of KulikovoKulikovo in 1380, Mongol domination of the Russian-inhabited territories, along with demands of tribute from Russian princes, continued until the Great standing on the Ugra river in 1480.
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In addition, it was notable for special units assigned by Ghenghis Khan personally to find and kill Ala al-Din Muhammad II, the Khwarazmshah who fled from them, and ultimately ended up hiding on an island in the Black Sea.
In addition to siege engineering, the Mongols were also adept at river-work, crossing the river Sajo in spring flood conditions with thirty thousand cavalry in a single night during the battle of Mohi (April, 1241), defeating the Hungarian king Bela IV.
Batu was unwilling to accept Guyuk as Great Khan, but lacked the clout in the kurultai to procure his own election.
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Moscow (Russian/Cyrillic: Москва́, pronunciation: Moskva), capital of Russia, located on the river Moskva, and encompassing 1097.12 km
While Khan of the Golden Horde initially attempted to limit Moscow's influence, when the growth of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to threaten all of Russia, the Khan strengthened Moscow to counterbalance Lithuania, allowing it to become one of the most powerful cities in Russia.
In 1480, Ivan III is said to have finally broken the Russians free from Tatar control (see Great standing on the Ugra river) and Moscow became the capital of an empire which would eventually encompass all of Russia and Siberia, and parts of many other lands.
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Both the French and the English Kings stand together as they Announce that they will send troops to help with the Great Crusade.
* July 13 - Battle of Montlhéry Troops of King Louis XI of France fight inconclusively against an army of the great nobles organized as the League of the Public Weal.
Thousands of Lancastrian Soldiers are sent to the Levant as part of the Great Crusade.
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The Peshtigo Fire burns 1,200,000 acres (4,900 km²) across six counties in one day and kills 1,200 to 2,500 people, making it the deadliest in United States history.
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On January 6 1481, Akhmat Khan and his men were killed by Ibak Khan of Tyumen and Nogai Tatars at the mouth of the Donets River.
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