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  Mstislav of Kiev - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mstislav's life was spent in constant warfare with Cumans (1093, 1107, 1111, 1129), Estonians (1111, 1113, 1116, 1130), Lithuanians (1131), and the princedom of Polotsk (1127, 1129).
Mstislav was the last ruler of united Rus, and upon his death, as the chronicler put it, "the land of Rus was torn apart".
Ingeborg of Kiev, married Canute Lavard of Jutland, and was mother to Valdemar I of Denmark
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 JewishEncyclopedia.com - KIEV:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
When Kiev was taken by the Varangians many of the Jews escaped to Chazaria and to the countries on the Volga and the Don, and after the defeat of the Chazars by Svyatoslav in 969 many Jews emigrated to the Crimea.
As the Jews increased rapidly the Christian citizens of Kiev petitioned the government in 1810 to expel them, claiming that the privileges granted to the citizens of Kiev by Sigismund in 1619 excluded the Jews from residence in Kiev.
Rumors that anti-Jewish riots were being planned were circulated in Kiev several weeks before Easter, and Von Hübbenet himself had informed members of the community that a trainload of Great Russians, all wearing red shirts, had arrived in the city, the purpose of their coming being the organization of the riots.
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 Mstislav II of Kiev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
After an initial victory against the Cumans in 1153, Mstislav was defeated by the Cumans at the Psyol river.
Dolgoruky died in 1157, and Mstislav had himself crowned at Volodymyr-Volynsky.
In 1151 Mstislav married Agnieszka, the daughter of King Boleslaus III of Poland.
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 Yury Dolgoruky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
He reigned as Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kiev from September 1149 to April 1151 and then again from March 1155 to May 1157.
His elder brother Mstislav of Kiev died in 1132, and "the Russian lands fell apart", as one chronicle put it.
In 1147, Dolgoruky resumed his struggle for Kiev and two years later he captured it, but in 1151 he was driven from the Russian capital by his nephew Izyaslav.
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 Encyclopedia: Mstislav II of Kiev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Events December 29: Assassination of Thomas Beckett, Archbishop of Canterbury, in Canterbury cathedral Eleanor of Aquitaine leaves the court of Henry II because of a string of infidelities.
After an initial victory against the Cumans in 1153, Mstislav was defeated by the Cumans at the Psel river.
Dolgoruky died in 1157, and Mstislav had himself crowned at Volynsk.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg1438 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Mstislav II of KIEV [Parents] died 13 Aug 1172.
Agnes married Mstislav II of KIEV on 1151.
Casimir married Elena Rostislava of KIEV on 1163.
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 Mstislav   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
BAKU, November 21 (Itar-Tass) - World-known musician Mstislav Rostropovich is expected to arrive in the capital of Azerbaijan on Sunday.
Mstislav Rostropovich, the great cellist and conductor whose dissident views prompted him to be stripped of citizenship and many musical...
The name Mstislav may refer to the following persons from the early Ruthenian history.
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 Rostislav of Kiev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
He was the son of Mstislav of Kiev.
After Yaroslav II of Kiev was driven out of Novgorod, Rostislav was invited to become the ruler of Novgorod.
Rostislav ruled Kiev for one week before Iziaslav III of Kiev forced him to flee to Chernigov.
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 Ancestors of Robert C. Bradley: Thirty-First Generation
She married Vsevolod II Yurij Kiev and chernig 1116 in Kiev, Ukraine.
Evfrosiniya, Princess of Kiev Queen of Hungary was born 1130.
Vladimir, Grand Duke Kiev was born in Kiev, Ukraine 1131/1132.
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 Medieval Lithuania - Chronology 1009-1183
In 1128 Mstislav, the Grand Duke of Kiev, organised the invasion to Polotsk, banished two dukes of Polotsk, Borisoviches, to Byzantium and took Polotsk under his direct rule.
In 1131 Mstislav of Kiev invaded Lithuania, devastated it and took numerous prisoners.
When the army was retreating, the Lithuanians beat the Kiev division, which had lagged behind.
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 Kievan Rus Database (Prince: Mstislav Vladimirovich (the Brave))   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Mstislav sided with Tmutarakan against his father this jeopardized the integrity of the Rus state.
Mstislav was imposing of stature, had red hair and a fair face, large eyes and heavy brows.
Mstislav vanquished Yaroslav and could have captured Kiev and the entire state of Kiev Rus.
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 www.Lietuva.lt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
His coalition of dukes devastated the land by fire, and took “numerous prisoners.” However, as the army was retreating, the Lithuanians were able to soundly beat the Kiev division, which had lagged behind.
The battle did not alter the dependence on Polotsk, because the Lithuanians had merely dealt a blow to Mstislav, the enemy of Polotsk, and not to the dukes of Polotsk.
In the meantime, the rule of Mstislav did not remain for long in Polotsk.
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 Mstislav   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Mstislav Danylovich (+aft 1300), Prince of Lutsk 1265 - 1289, Prince of Volynia 1289 - aft 1300
Mstislav Mstislavich, The Bold (Mstislav the Bold) (Мстислав Мстиславич (Удалой))
Mstislav III of Kiev (Mstislav Romanovich the Old)
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 700000 people connected with European Royalty
Born: Abt 1097 - Of Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine
Born: Abt 1098 - Of Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine
Marr: Abt 1124 - Of Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine
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 www.campquake.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In the aftermath of this war he, together with his fellow "dog of war," Chepe, was head of a reconnaissance force numbering 20,000 men.
The adventures of this small force is treated in greater detail elsewhere, but the decisive thing that happened was that the Russian prince Mstislav of Kiev heard about the Mongol incursion into the Caucasian states, whose armies were overrun by these mysterious horsemen.
Mstislav rallied troops from Kiev, Smolensk, Kursk, Chernigov and other principalities, a force numbering 80,000 men or more.
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 Mongol General Subudai
Mstislav of Galich immediately summoned a council of war in Kiev.
The two other southern regional princes attended it: Mstislav Romanovich of Kiev and Mstislav Svyatoslavich of Chernigov.
Mstislav of Kiev defended himself inside a hastily erected stockade until he was persuaded to give himself up by Ploskyn, a Cossack leader fighting for the Mongols who swore 'on the holy cross' that Prince Mstislav would be released for ransom, but:
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 Otepää Ajaloo Teemapark
Evidently prince Mstislav himself — the eldest son of the Grand Duke of Kievan Russ of that time and the most famous Grand Duke ever Vladimir Monomach — had the message written down in Kiev a bit later.
During the campaign mentioned Mstislav was still the prince of Novgorod, but soon after the campaign to Otepää his father called Mstislav to Kiev.
Clarifying the reasons of the campaign held by Mstislav against the Otepää hill-fort in 1116 the analysis of the events of the last couple of years provides us with a few basic arguments.
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 Society Fresh : Article 'Vsevolod I of Kiev'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Sviatopolk II become Grand Prince of Kiev and ruler of Kievan Rus Henry of Burgundy become Count of Portugal Saint Anselm of Canterbury, a medieval philosopher and theologian, held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury Building of Durham Cathedral begun in Durham, England.
Appointed by Andrei to rule Kiev upon the death of Gleb Yuriyevich in 1171, Mikhalko Yuriyevich sent his younger brother Vsevolod to Kiev.
His descendants, known as Olgovichi, were archrivals of Vladimir's descendants (known as Monomakhovichi) in their struggle for supremacy in Rus.
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 Vladimir I, 'The_Great' Kiev (0960 - 15 Jul 1015)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Later he returned, defeated and killed his brother, who was ruling in Kiev, and became grand duke in Kiev.
Vladimir was born a pagan of Viking origin.
Buried in Church Of The Tithes, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine, and was later declared a saint.
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 Ancestors of Eugene Ashton ANDREW & Anna Louise HANISH Grand Duke Saint Vladimir Sviatoslawitz KIEV, I ANDREW ...
He also organized the Russian lands into a cohesive confederation by distributing the major cities among his sons; the eldest was to be Grand Prince of Kiev, and the brothers were to succeed each other, moving up the hierarchy of cities toward Kiev, filling vacancies left by the advancement or death of an elder brother.
Vol X,p477, Vladimir I Saint: "Born Abt 956 Kiev, Died 15 Jul 1015 Berestova near Kiev, Grand Prince of Kiev and first Christian ruler in Russia, through whose military conquests the provinces of Kiev and Novgorod were consolidated into a single Russian state, and whose Byzantine baptism determined the direction of Christianity in Russia.
The story (deriving from the 11th-century monk Jacob) that Vladimir chose the Byzantine riteover the litugies of German Christendom, Dudaism, and Islam because of its transcendent beauty is apparently mythically symbolic of his determination to remain independent of external politicalcontrol, particularly of the Germanic Goths.
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 Battle of the Kalka River, 1223
Taking place in the Southern Ukraine near the mouth of the Dniepr River the battle of Kalka River was part of the Mongol invasion of Russia between 1221-1224.
The Mongol Commander Subatai smashed the Army of Prince Mstislav of Kiev despite the Russians outnumbering the Mongols 2 to 1 having 80,000 troops compared with an estimated 40,000 Mongols.
The Battle was another example of Subatai's skilful leadership and left the Ukraine open to pillage for the Mongols even though Genghis Khan regarded the invasion as merely a reconnaissance in force.
www.historyofwar.org /articles/battles_kalka.html   (90 words)

  
 Liste des monarques de Russie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Vladimir II Monomaque (1113 – 1125), prince de Tchernigov puis grand prince de Kiev
Mstislav Ier (1125 - 1132), grand prince de Kiev
Mstislav II (1167 - 1169), grand prince de Kiev
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 Ancestors of Robert Erwin William Juch - aqwg78
Floris III Count of Holland was born 1108/1155 and died 1190.
Mstislav Izaslavich Prince of Kiev died 19 Aug 1171.
Mabel de Somery was born about 1227 and died 1312.
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 Genealogy Data
Marriage: AFT 29 Jun 1112 in of, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine
Birth : ABT 1073 of, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine
Marriage: ABT 1102 in of, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine
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Ancestors of Storfurste av Kiev Wladimir Wsewolodowitsch Monomach
Storfurste av Kiev Jaroslav I den vise Wladimirowitsch.
Wladimir married Storfurstinna av Kiev Gythe Gyda, daughter of Kung av England Harald II Goldwinsson and Unknown, in 1046.
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 Lithuanian -- DBA 148b
Their main army subjugated the northern Russian principalities of Vladimir, Tver, Novgorod, Smolensk, and Riazan; crushed the Cumans, driving them into Hungary; shattered the Russian principalities of Chernigov and Kiev entirely.
The result of this devastation was a political vacuum in south Russia.
The Lithuanian princes expanded to occupy much of Ruthenia and western Russia, including territory once part of the destroyed Russian principalities of Polotsk and Kiev.
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 decendants of Bedwig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Mstislav II of_Kiev [576] ------- grand prince of Kiev, 1169 unknown -------------------------
Mstislav of_Kiev [578] ---------- (Harold, Harald) grand prince of Kiev b.1076 d.1_Sep_1132 Lyubawa of_Novogorod [607] ------ m.1122 wife of Mstislav I, grand prince of Kiev d.1168
Yaroslav I of_Kiev [588] -------- (The Wise) grand prince of Kiev b.980 d.20_Feb_1054 Ingegard of_Sweden [718] -------- b.ca.1001, Uppsala, Sweden m.1019 wife of Yaroslav I, grand prince of Kiev d.10_Feb_1050, Kiev
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 Ancestors of Robert C. Bradley: Thirty-First Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dmitrievna was born in Novgorod, Novgorod, Russia about 1100.
She married Mstislav I, Grand Kiev 1122 in Novgorod, Novgorod, Russia.
(See Mstislav I, Grand Kiev for the children resulting from this marriage.)
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