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  Riurykide dynasty
Rus’ lands and growing independence of individual principalities from the Kyivan center resulted in the creation of some 15 (and later more) autonomous Riurykide houses, which were denoted genealogically either by the name of the principality they controlled or by the name of their founder.
dynasty were the Monomakhovych house of Kyiv and Volhynia, descended from
Mstyslavych; the Rostyslavych house of Galicia, descended from
www.encyclopediaofukraine.com /pages/R/I/Riurykidedynasty.htm   (252 words)

 Wikipedia: Rurik Dynasty
The Rurik Dynasty was the ruling dynasty of Russia from 862 to 1598.
After the 1480s, the dynasty ruled over a state called Muscovy and held court at Moscow.
The dynasty was established by Rurik, a Varangian ruler of Novgorod, and became extinct with the death of the imbecile tsar Feodor I.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/r/ru/rurik_dynasty.html   (184 words)

 Rurik Dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Rurik Dynasty was the ruling dynasty of what is now Russia from 862 to 1598.
Among the descendents of the Rurik dynasty are noble families of Russia (Dolgorukov, Repnin, Gorchakov, Gagarin), as well as those of the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania (Ostrogski, Wareg-Massalski, Czetwertinski and others).
The dynasty was established by Rurik, a Varangian ruler of Novgorod, and became extinct with the death in 1598 of the "Imbecile" tsar Feodor I.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rurik_Dynasty   (422 words)

 Rulers of Kievan Rus' - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He founded the Rurikovich dynasty that would rule Ruthenia for the next 800 years.
Kievan Rus' was finally destroyed by the Mongols in 1240, but the Riurikovich line persisted and continued to rule northern Russian principalities until the early seventeenth century.
Rulers of Kievan Rus' held the titles Kniaz and later Velikiy Kniaz, traditionally translated as Duke and Grand Duke, respectively.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rulers_of_Kievan_Rus   (297 words)

 Feodor I of Russia Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The last of the Riurikovich Czars, Feodor was born mentally disabled and was nothing more than a figurehead during his reign.
He inherited a land devastated by the excesses of his father Ivan the Terrible and Russia further declined under his reign.
He is known as Feodor the Bellringer because of his inclination to travel the land and ring the bells at churches.
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 DAY of MEMORY And REVERENCE of M.N.ROMANOV in NYROB (14nd September 2003).
The ambitious Godunov had reasons for concern about his own unsteady claims on the Muscovite throne after the end of the Riurikovich dynasty in 1598, and in order to eliminate potential rivals, he subjected Mikhail Nikitich to harsh treatment in Nyrob.
The Nyrob's memorial complex was reconstructed on the eve of celebrating a 300-anniversary of Romanov's dynasty on 1913-1915.
In August, 2001, the openwork metal memorial chapel in memory of a 400-anniversary "Imprisonments and reverence of boyar Michael Nikitich Romanov in Nyrob" was placed instead of a chapel destroyed in 1930th years.
www.heritage.perm.ru /news/archive/2003/3arch057e.htm   (1190 words)

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