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  1. Maria of Borovsk - Wikipedia

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    Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk (Мария Ярославна in Russian) (1418–1484) was a Grand Princess consort of Muscovy; she was married to Grand Prince Vasily II of Moscow. She was the daughter of Yaroslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Maloyaroslavets, and Maria, granddaughter of Fyodor Koshka.

    • Yaroslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Maloyaroslavets
    • Eastern Orthodox
  2. Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk (c1418-1485) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk (c1418-1484) (Russian: Мария Ярославна) is the daughter of Yaroslav Vladimirovich, prince of Serpukhov, Borovsk and Maloyaroslavets and of Maria Fyodorovna (daughter of a boyar Fyodor Fyodorovich Koshkin-Goltyayev (c1390-c1430). In 1433 she married Vasily II, the Dark, Grand Duke of Moscow.

    • 1418 Russia
    • Maria Fyodorovna Koshkina-Goltyayeva (c1415-a1456)
    • 4 July 1485 Russia
    • 8 February 1433 Russia
  3. Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk (Мария Ярославна in Russian) (1418–1484) was a Grand Princess consort of Muscovy; she was married to Grand Prince Vasily II of Moscow. She was the daughter of Yaroslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Maloyaroslavets, and Maria, granddaughter of Fyodor Koshka.

  4. Maria of Borovsk - WikiVisually

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  5. Maria of Borovsk - Wikidata

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    07/05/2020 · Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk. 0 references. Identifiers. Freebase ID /m/0gvrzb1. 1 reference. stated in. Freebase Data Dumps. publication date. 28 October 2013.

  6. Maria of Russia - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Borovsk (1418-1484), wife of Vasily II of Moscow and mother of Ivan III of Russia Maria of Tver (1442-1467), first wife of Ivan III of Russia and mother of Ivan the Young Maria Vladimirovna of Staritsa (1560-1610), cousin of Ivan IV of Russia; wife of Magnus, King of Livonia, and was the last known descendant of Zoe Palaiologina

  7. Maria di Borovsk - Maria of Borovsk - qwe.wiki

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    Maria Yaroslavna di Borovsk ( Мария Ярославна in russo) (1418-1484) è stato un Grand Princess consorte di Moscovia; era sposata con Gran Principe Basilio II di Russia. Era la figlia di Yaroslav Vladimirovich, principe di Maloyaroslavets, e Maria, nipote di Fyodor Koshka. fonti

  8. Talk:Maria of Borovsk - Wikipedia

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    Return to "Maria of Borovsk" page. Last edited on 18 April 2015, at 16:26. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted.

  9. Bórovsk - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Historia. La existencia de Bórovsk es conocida desde el siglo XIII.La localidad era parte entonces del principado de Riazán.En el siglo XIV, era propiedad de Vladímir el Valiente, pasando a la soberanía de Moscovia a raíz del matrimonio de su nieta María de Bórovsk con Basilio II.

    • Sergéi Zelenov
    • Rusia
    • Ciudad/pueblo
  10. Borovsk - Wikipedia

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    In the 14th century, it was owned by Vladimir the Bold, but passed to the Grand Duchy of Moscow when his granddaughter Maria of Borovsk married Vasily II. Borovsk Monastery of St. Paphnutius In 1444, the St. Paphnutius Monastery was founded near Borovsk. Its strong walls, towers, and a massive cathedral survive from the reign of Boris Godunov.

    • 10.44 km² (4.03 sq mi)
    • 1356
    • 166 m (545 ft)
    • Russia
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