Sophia of Lithuania
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|Sophia of Lithuania|
|Grand Princess of Moscow|
Sophia of Lithuania at the wedding of her son in 1433, by Pavel Chistyakov
|Died||1453 (aged 81–82)|
Sophia of Lithuania (1371–1453) was a Grand Princess consort of Muscovy by marriage to Vasili I of Russia. She was regent of Muscovy during the minority of her son from 1425 to 1434.
She was the only daughter of Vytautas the Great of Lithuania and his first wife, Anna. On 21 January 1391, while her father was engaged in the Lithuanian Civil War, she married Vasili I of Russia. She was the longest serving consort of Russia.
She and Vasili I of Russia had at least nine children:
- Anna of Moscow (1393 – August 1417), wife of John VIII Palaiologos
- Yury Vasilievich (30 March 1395 – 30 November 1400)
- Ivan Vasilievich (15 January 1396 – 20 July 1417), husband of a daughter of Ivan Vladimirovich of Pronsk
- Anastasia Vasilievna (d. 1470), wife of Vladymir Alexander, Prince of Kiev. Her husband was a son of Vladymir, Prince of Kiev. His paternal grandparents were Algirdas and Maria of Vitebsk.
- Daniil Vasilievich (6 December 1400 – May 1402).
- Vasilisa Vasilievna, wife of Alexander Ivanovich "Brukhaty", Prince of Suzdal, and Alexander Daniilovich "Vzmetenj", Prince of Suzdal.
- Simeon Vasilievich (13 January – 7 April 1405)
- Maria Vasilievna, wife of Yuri Patrikievich. Her husband was a son of Patrikas, Prince of Starodub, and his wife, Helena. His paternal grandfather was Narimantas.
- Vasily II of Moscow (10 March 1415 – 27 March 1462)
- Baranauskas, Tomas (2010-10-24). "Vytauto Didžiojo mirties 580-osioms metinėms" (in Lithuanian). Istorija.net. Retrieved 2010-10-26.
Sophia of LithuaniaBorn: c. 1371 Died: 1453
Title last held byEudoxia of Moscow
| Grand Princess consort of Muscovy
Title next held byMaria Yaroslavna of Borovsk
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