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Yury Ivanovich

Yury Ivanovich (1480–1536) was second surviving son of Ivan the Great by Sophia of Byzantium. Since 1519, his appanages included Dmitrovskoe knjazevstvo.

When his elder brother Vasily III ascended to the throne, Yury was 24 years old. Like his other brothers, he was forbidden to marry until Vasily could produce an heir and even then he was not allowed to marry without the ruler's permission. For Yury Ivanovich this permission never came because after his brother's death in 1533 his widow and regent for the young Ivan IV Elena Glinskaya began to suspect Yury.

Not long after that Yuri was arrested and put in prison where he died in 1536.


16. Dmitriy Ivanovich Donskoy
8. Vasiliy I Dmitriyevich of Moscow
17. Eudoxia Dmitriyevna of Suzdal
4. Vasily II Vasiliyevich of Moscow
18. Vytautas, Grand Duke of Lithuania
9. Sophia of Lithuania
19. Anna
2. Ivan III Vasilevich of Moscow
20. Vladimir Andreievich, Prince of Sierpukhov and Bobrovsk
10. Yaroslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Serpukhov, Borovsk and Maloyaroslavets
21. Elena of Lithuania
5. Maria Yaroslavna of Bobrovsk
22. Feodor "Koshka" Goltiayev
11. Maria Feodorovna Goltiayeva
1. Yury Ivanovich
24. John V Palaiologos
12. Manuel II Palaiologos
25. Helena Kantakouzene
6. Thomas Palaiologos
26. Constantine Dragaš
13. Helena Dragaš
3. Zoe Palaiologina
28. Andronico Asano Zaccaria
14. Centurione II Zaccaria
29. Mavros of Arcadia
7. Catherine Zaccaria of Achaea
30. Leonardo II Tocco
15. Creusa Tocco
Russian royalty
Preceded by
Vasili III
Heir apparent to the Russian Throne
Succeeded by
Ivan IV


  • Иван III Васильевич
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