In 1317 she married the Moscow Prince Yuri Danilovich, he received the high Mongolian title of Gurgan, that is, the son-in-law of the Chingizids. The new Princess of Moscow was baptized into the Orthodox faith and was given a new name - Agafya.
In the same year, during the invasion of her husband on the Grand Principality of Tver, during the Battle of Bortenevo, on December 22, 1317, he was captured by Mikhail Yaroslavich of Tver and taken to Tver , where she soon died. Princess Agafya did not have time to give birth to her husband's heir. Gone are rumors that she died from poisoning.
The ambassador of Tver was killed in Moscow. Both princes went to the Horde, but Mikhail came to the khan later than his rival, and by this time Yuri managed to turn Uzbek Khan against the Prince of Tver. In 1318, when Mikhail was tried in the Horde, her death was put among the indictment points against him, but Mikhail himself denied his guilt. Her body, buried first in Tver, was transported to Rostov, where, in 1319, it was buried in the Dormition Cathedral of Rostov.
|Sofya Yuryevna of Moscow (c1299-c1355)||1299||1355||Konstantin Mikhailovich of Tver (1302-1345)|
|Uzbek Khan (c1283-1341)||1283||1341|
|Konchaka of the Golden Horde (c1295-1318)||1295||1318 Tver, Tver Oblast, Russia||Yuri Danilovich of Moscow (1281-1325)|