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Aleksandr (Olelko) Vladimirovich of Kiev was born 9999 in Kiev, Ukraine to Vladimir Olgierdovich of Kiev (c1330-1398) and Nomen nescio .

Grand Prince Olelko of Kiev or Aleksandr of Kiev (died in 1454) was the ancestor of the Olelkovich family. He was a son of Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev, and grandson of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania. [1] Olelko inherited his father's domains in the Duchy of SlutskKapyl and in 1440 restored family's dynastic interest in the Grand Principality of Kiev, which was confiscated from Vladimir in 1395 after a power struggle with Grand Duke Vytautas and given to Skirgaila. [2] Olelko married Anastasia, daughter of Sophia of Lithuania and Vasili I of Moscow, and had two sons Semyon and Mikhail. [3]

References

  1. ^ Simas Sužiedėlis, ed (1970–1978). "Olelko family". Encyclopedia Lituanica. IV. Boston, Massachusetts: Juozas Kapočius. pp. 113–114. LCCWp globe tiny 74-114275. 
  2. ^ (Lithuanian) Petrauskas, Rimvydas; Jūratė Kiaupienė (2009). Lietuvos istorija. Nauji horizontai: dinastija, visoumenė, valstybė. IV. Baltos lankos. p. 68. ISBN 978-9955-23-239-1. 
  3. ^ (Lithuanian) Jonas Zinkus, et al., ed (1985–1988). "Olelkaičiai". Tarybų Lietuvos enciklopedija. 3. Vilnius: Vyriausioji enciklopedijų redakcija. p. 237. LCCWp globe tiny 86232954. 


Children


Offspring of Aleksandr (Olelko) Vladimirovich of Kiev and Anastasia Vasilyevna of Moscow (c1398-1470)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Semyon Olelkovich (c1420-1470)
Mikhail Olelkovich (?-1481)
Juliana Olelkovna (?-?)
Evdokia Olelkovna (c1444-1467) 1444 Kiev, Ukraine 1467 Suceava, Suceava County, Moldavia Stephen III of Moldavia (1433-1504)
Teodora Olelkovna (?-?)


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