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 Science Fair Projects - Simeon Bekbulatovich
Simeon Bekbulatovich (?—1616) (Sain-Bulat, Саин-Булат), by a strange quirk of Ivan the Terrible was the Veliki Kniaz (Grand Prince) of the Whole Russia, 1574-- 1576.
Simeon, a scion of the Genghis Khan line, was a Khan of Kasimov tatars, Christianized.
After his short "rule", Simeon was set as a ruler of Tver and Torzhok.
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 Simeon Bekbulatovich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This tent-like church was commissioned by Simeon Bekbulatovich in his manor near Tver in 1584.
Simeon Bekbulatovich (Симеон Бекбулатович) (died January 5, 1616) (born Sain-Bulat, Саин-Булат) was a baptized khan of the Qasim Tatars.
Simeon Bekbulatovich died in 1616, when the Romanov dynasty was firmly installed in the Kremlin, and was buried in the Simonov Monastery in Moscow.
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 Ivan the Terrible - Cunnan
Ivan also saw himself as Russia's Crusader, principally against the Muslim Tartars, against whom he waged a mericless series of campaigns.
In 1574 Ivan left Moscow for his palace in Alexandrov, and named Simeon Bekbulatovich, a baptised Tartar khan, as Grand Prince of all Russia.
Simeon ruled from Moscow for between 2 and 3 years, and was then married to Ivan's cousin and made the ruler of the areas of Tver and Torzhok, whilst Ivan resumed his duties as Tsar.
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The Tatar political legacy, particularly the concept that political legitimacy lay only with the Chinggisid line, was clearly established under Batu Khan in the mid-13th century and survived at least into the reign of Ivan IV, "The Terrible" (r.
Pritsak even relates an incident in 1574 when the Tsar Ivan: enthroned Simeon Bekbulatovich as tsar in Moscow...
Whenever he (Ivan) comes to tsar Simeon, he sits at a distance...
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In the early 1560s that cap was replaced by the crown again, but the existing explanations of the meaning of the crown-cap-crown shift in the iconography of the Muscovite coins are not yet convincing [58].
Omelian Pritsak considered the fact of his enthronement in 1575 as an attempt to gain a general support for the authority of the Muscovite throne, since Simeon was a direct descendant of the khans of the Golden Horde [59].
It is also possible that the presence of a rightful heir of the khans of the Golden Horde could legitimize the Muscovite throne as that of the khan, which was important for the further subordination of the former territories of the Mongol empire.
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 Simeon Did You Mean simeon?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The biblical Simeon was of the twelve sons of Jacob the Patriarch.
Simeon of Jerusalem, bishop and cousin of Jesus
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 Ivan the Terrible - Books - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In the mid-1920s, some Comintern [Communist International] officials discussed the possibility of placing a fl communist from Guadeloupe, Joseph Lunion-Gothon, on the throne left vacant by the murder of Nicholas II and his family.)
Bekbulatovich and Ivan IV both survived the fateful year, but Ivan sank ever deeper into the demented depths.
During an argument in 1581, he struck and killed his own son, Ivan Ivanovich, thus inflicting, Ms.
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 Talk:Ivan IV of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ivan IV officially and publicly abandoned the title of tsar in 1547following the destruction of Moscow by Devlet Girey, the han of Tatars, and a Tatar Sain-Bulat, or Semen Bekbulatovich was proclaimed tsar (Muscove tsars were vassals of Cimean Tatars, who were heirs of the Khans of the Golden Horde).
There is an article on Simeon Bekbulatovich --Ghirlandajo 08:15, 1 December 2005 (UTC)
Simeon Bekbulatovich was only one year a tsar, after that Ioann Grosny take this title back.
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 OCA - Lives of all saints commemorated on this day
In 1595 at Tver St Martyrius resurrected the son of the former Kasimov ruler Simeon Bekbulatovich, praying in front of his own icons of the Life-Creating Trinity and the Tikhvin Mother of God.
In gratitude Simeon built a church in honor of the Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God and of St John Chrysostom, the Heavenly patron saint of the ruler's son John.
In 1595 Tsar Theodore endowed the monastery with a sufficient quantity of land for its support.
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 CMH5
Nor can any significance be ascribed to the temporary elevation of Simeon Bekbulatovich, a member of the princely House of the Tartars of Kazan, who was proclaimed Great Prince of Moscow and Tsar of all the Russias in 1575.
The disgust of the great boiars at this election may be measured by the fact that they got up an agitation in favour of Simeon Bekbula-tovich, the Tartar whom Ivan IV had decked with the brief semblance of sovereignty.
It was a west-Russian monk whom Alexis employed as tutor of his children, Simeon Sitianovich, known as Polotski, who knew Latin and Polish, and has been described as a walking encyclopaedia.
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 POLITICAL LEGITIMACY TRENDS IN CENTRAL ASIA | ESSAYS ON CENTRAL ASIA by H.B. PAKSOY | CARRIE Books
The seventeenth century chronicles record an interesting event under the year 1574: "At that time Tsar Ivan Vasil'evich enthroned Simeon Bekbulatovich as tsar in Moscow and crowned him with the crown of the tsars, and called himself [simply] Ivan of Moscow; he left the city and lived in Petrovka.
Among the "epistles" of Ivan the Terrible there is also one addressed to Simeon.
It begins thus: "To the lord and great prince Simeon Bekbulatovich of all Russia, Ivanets Vasil'ev with his children Ivanets and Fedorets incline their heads [bow very humbly]"....
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 Qasim_khanate info here at en.aluminum-kitchen-cabinets.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
After the conquest of Kazan, the self-government of the khans was abolished & the khanate came to be governed by Russian voyevodas.
One of the khans, Simeon Bekbulatovich, was baptised & marked Grand Duke of Muscovy in 1574.
At the reign of Sayed Borhan khan (1627-1679) Muscovy initiated a program of Christianization.
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 The Oprichnina (1565-1572)
In 1575 the Tsar tried to re-establish Oprichnina in a slightly modified form.
He entitled himself the Prince of Moscow and nominated Kasimov Tsarevitch Simeon Bekbulatovich the Tsar and the Grand Duke.
But this diversion did not last long (less than a year).
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Ivan and his oprichniki would often engage in "orgiastic, triumphal feasts" after they would make a raid or an execution in which they would over-indulge themselves and be blasphemous
Ivan humble himself before his enemy the Tatar by making Simeon Bekbulatovich Tsar instead of himself
However, Ivan was really pulling the strings behind Bekbulatovich
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From 1547, Ivan IV and his successors were known as Tsars of Russia.
Simeon following was a fake tsar appointed by Ivan the Terrible.
Simeon Bekbulatovich, aka Semyon II Bek-Bulatovich; Khan of Kasimov Tatars, descendant of Genghis Khan.
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 Guide to Russia || Ryazan' Region || Kasimov
Kasimov Khanate became the area of compact settlement of Tartars, who moved there not only from Kazan', but also from Crimea and other areas.
Kasimov Prince Simeon Bekbulatovich (Simeon son of Bekbulat), who was baptized and lost the rights to Kasimov succession, was for eleven months appointed the formal ruler of Russia.
The story was that Ivan the Terrible, who was at the time Russian Tsar, in 1575 declared the intention to quit the business and left for Petrovka (which is now right in the center of Moscow, but at the time was a remote suburb).
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 Consistency List - PERSONAL NAMES (R-Z) (Soloviev)
Samoilovich, Simeon Ivanovich, son of Heman Samoilovich 25 1680s
Simeon, brother of tsar of Georgia 35 1730s
Simeon Alexeevich (Semeon Ivanov Vorobiev), pretender 23 17c
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