Mikhail Yaroslavich( Prince of Tver)
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Biography Mikhail Yaroslavich
Mikhail of Kiev (1271-1318, ca. Derbent) - Prince of Tver, Grand. Prince of Vladimir. Son Grand. Prince Yaroslav Yaroslavich. Not later than 1285 Tver inherited after the death of his brother. In 1286 successfully repelled intruding on his land Lithuanians. In 1288 Michael of Kiev began to struggle with the lead. Duke of Vladimir, Dmitri, and then Andrew, to-rum, in contrast to other princes, did not vshote bow ". After the death of lead. Prince Andrew of Vladimir of Kiev in 1304 Michael joined the fight over the estate of a wash. Prince Yuri Danilovich, and in 1305 after a successful trip to the Horde got a shortcut on the Grand. reign. Michael Jaroslawicz twice unsuccessfully tried to take Moscow in 1311 sought to subordinate the Novgorod lands. Novgorodians concluded an alliance with wash. Prince Yuri Danilovich, who married the sister of the Khan Uzbek and received from him a shortcut on the Grand. reign. Yuri Danilovich, the Tartar army was made against Mikhail Yaroslavich, but at the Battle of. Borteneva December 22. 1318 defeated. In 1318 Michael of Kiev was summoned to the Horde, where Khan made him go with him to march to the North. Caucasus, and then executed. The body of Michael Yaroslavich was brought to Moscow, given his son and buried in the Holy Transfiguration Cathedral in Tver.