Vsevolod Alexandrovich( From Tverskoys kind of grand dukes)
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Biography Vsevolod Alexandrovich
Of the genus. Tverskoys led. kn. Progenitor Kholmsky princes. Son of Aleksandr Mikhailovich. Genus. app. 1328 g. Kn. Chelm in 1339-1364 he. Conducted. Prince of Tver in 1346-1349 he.
Wife: Prince. Sofia.
+ 1364 g.
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Following the execution of the Horde Alexander's father, Vsevolod, the latter had to be easy. Power passed to his uncle Constantine, who began to push Kholmsk parish, seizing power there the boyars and princes servants. Vsevolod could not endure such harassment and went to Moscow to Semion proud. That same year, Constantine and Vsevolod went to the Horde, where Constantine died, and Vsevolod procured a shortcut to the great reign of Tver, despite the fact that he had stayed another uncle Vasily Mikhailovich, Prince Kashinskij. The latter, hearing of the death of his brother, hastened to the Horde, but before knowing that there need not go empty-handed, took tribute from plemyannikovoy Kholmskoj parish. Vsevolod learned of the deed of his uncle and his trip to the Golden Horde, went out to meet him naked with Khan's ambassador and robbed him, so that Basil was supposed to return to his paternal - Kashin.
Only in 1349 the Bishop Theodore managed to reconcile the princes. Vsevolod lost Tver uncle, and both are stronger together in the cross to kiss. But as Basil received the label from the Horde, I began again, angry at his nephew, recalling how he had robbed him on the way to the Horde. Like his brother Constantine, he began harassing Kholmsky boyars and retainers. In 1357 his uncle and nephew went to Vladimir to sue the Metropolitan Alexy, but there is a final reconciliation has not taken place. Obviously, the Metropolitan had a side of Basil. Then Vsevolod went in search of support in the Horde. But here the case was decided in favor of his uncle. Khan gave Vsevolod Vasili without trial, and it was him, according to the chronicler, "great yearning". Vsevolod went to Lithuania to Algirdas, who was married to his sister. Basil was frightened, and when Vsevolod returned to Russia in 1360, Vasili gave him a third paternal. Vsevolod died during the plague.