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Principalities in Russia (1300-1462)

The Principality of Uglich (Russian: Углицкое княжество) - was a Russian principality, centered at Uglich, which existed from 1216 to 1605 years, with interruptions.

History[]

The Principality of Uglich separated from the Principality of Rostov which was divided between the sons of Prince Constantine Vsevoldovich.

After Yuri Alexandrovich the principality passes under the control of the Grand Princes of Moscow and gradually became the possession of the younger princes of the Russias tsars. It is the last of the Russian principalities which has been disestablished. During its existence, the Principality of Uglich was ruled by a total of 23 princes.[1]

List of rulers[]

  • Vladimir Konstantinovich (1216-1249)
  • Andrei Vladimirovich (1249-1261)
  • Roman Vladimirovich (1261-1285)

Princes of Rostov[]

  • Dmitri Borisovich (1285-1288)
  • Konstantin Borisovich (1288-1294)
  • Aleksandr Konstantinovich (1294-1302)
  • Yuri Aleksandrovich (1302-1320)

Princes of Moscow[]

  • Dmitri Yurevich Krasnyi (1434/1435-1440)[3]
  • Andrei V. Large (burning) (1462-1492)
  • Dmitri Ivanovich Vein (1506-1521)
  • Yuri Vasilevich (1534-1564)
  • Dmitri Ivanovich (1584-1591)
  • Gustav Eriksson Vasa (1601-1605)

View of the Uglich fortress in 1674


Notes[]

  1. ^ Uglich / Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh : In 86 volumes (82 tons and 4 ext.). - St. : 1890-1907.
  2. ^ Dmitri Yurevich came into the possession of the Principality of Uglich after his reconciliation with Vasili II, in June 1434. In the document of the treaty Dmitri Shemyaka and Dmitri Red with Vasily II about June 5, 1434 - January 6, 1435 Basil confirmed its Award Yurevich with formulirvkoy "what lang you to come, Thou hast given to you in sharpened Knyazh Konstyantinov oudel Dmitrievich Rzhovu and Ougliche". Uglich was captured by forces of the Dark Basil after a week of the siege between January 1 and February 17, 1447.
  3. ^ owned a number of areas Uglich Duchy. After reconciliation with Basil II in June 1434 received an inheritance Bezhetsky Top (PSRL. T. XXVI with. 191). In dokonchanii with Dmitriy about June 5, 1434 - January 6, 1435 Basil confirmed its award them with the wording "the lang you to come, Thou hast given to you in sharpened Knyazh Konstyantinov oudel Dmitrievich Rzhovu and Ougliche (DDG. number 34, pp. 87). In dokonchanii Vasili with Dmitri Shemyaka on 06/13/1436 there is the wording: "obtain, my lord, you, the great prince, less complaining hast given us in our ancestral lands oudel uncle, Prince Kostyantinov Dmitrievich, Rzhev and Ougleche with Moskovskimi foals, and volostmi and is Sela, and so with all that was for the prince, for Kostyantinom for Dmitrievich, just and Kostromskih parish, Koregu and Shepkovu and Luchinskoe and Surozhik, on business, according to our reading and writing, as the Xia esmy now divided with his brother, with Prince Dmitry Yurievichem a Mensch "(FGD, № 35, pp. 90). Died September 22, 1440

References[]

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