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Author: M. Hitrov,М. Хитров
ISBN: 5861250022
Pages 288 pages
Publisher Panorama, Moscow; 1st edition (1991)
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Alexander Yaroslavich Rurickovich, nick name Nevsky Born in Pereslavl- Zalessky, Alexander was the . Sviatyi blagovernyi velikiy knyaz Alexander Yaroslavich Nevsky. The Life of Saint Alexander Nevsky, by M. Hitrov.

Alexander Yaroslavich Rurickovich, nick name Nevsky Born in Pereslavl- Zalessky, Alexander was the second son of Prince Yaroslav.

Books about Yaroslavich: ALEXANDER YAROSLAVICH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's .

Books about Yaroslavich: ALEXANDER YAROSLAVICH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Russian History by MARTIN DIMNIK (2004). ANDREI YAROSLAVICH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Russian History by MARTIN DIMNIK (2004). YAROSLAV YAROSLAVICH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Russian History by MARTIN DIMNIK (2004). by M. Hitrov and М. Хитров (1991). Svyatoslav Yaroslavich. Yaroslav Yaroslavich.

On July 22, 1240, Novgorod Prince Alexander Yaroslavich smashed the . Prince Alexander was also preparing for the Swedish aggression and was timely notified about the disembarkation of Jarl Birger’s forces.

On July 22, 1240, Novgorod Prince Alexander Yaroslavich smashed the Swedish force on the spit of rivers Neva and Izhora.

This diplomatic journey of Saint Alexander Nevsky to Sarai was his fourth and last. The future of Rus was rescued, his duty before God was fulfilled. But his power was wholly devoted, and his life put to the service of the Russian Church. On the return journey from the Horde Saint Alexander fell deathly ill. Unable to reach Vladimir, in a monastery at Gorodets the prince-ascetic gave up his spirit to the Lord on November 14, 1263, completing his difficult earthly path by receiving the monastic schema with the name of Alexis.

Khmyrov, Mikhail Dmitrievich (1830-1872). Alexander Yaroslavich Nevsky, Grand Duke of Vladimir and all of Russia: a historical and biographical sketch,. - St. Petersburg: Pechatnia VI Golovina, qualification. 18 p. ; 27 cm. - Author. indicated at the end of the text. 1. Alexander Nevsky (Grand Duke of Vladimir, 1220-1263). 2. Power (collection). BBC 6. (2) 42-8Alexander Nevsky, prince BBK 8. 72. Source of electronic copy: РГБ Location on archive: РГБ.

Alexander Yaroslavich Nevsky (Russian: Алекса́ндр Яросла́вич Не́вский; pronounced (listen); 13 May 1221 – 14 November 1263) served as Prince of Novgorod (1236–40 and 1240–56 and 1258-1259), Grand Prince of Kiev (1236–52) and Grand Prince of Vladimir (1252–63) during some of the most difficult times in Kievan Rus' history.

Life of Alexander Nevsky is a Russian literary work of the late 13th and early 14th centuries.

A full biography of Alexander Nevsky, with drawings and maps. Reprint of the 1893 publication.