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House of Ryurik

1157–1174

Andrew I, Bogolyubskii (son of Yurii I of Kiev; grand prince of Vladimir-Suzdal 1157)

1174–1176

Michael I (brother)

1176–1212

Vsevolod III, Big Nest (brother)

1212–1216

Yurii II (son; deposed)

1216–1218

Constantine (brother)

1218–1238

Yurii II (restored)

1238–1246

Yaroslav III (brother)

1247

Svyatoslav (brother; deposed, died 1253)

1247–1252

Andrew II (son of Yaroslav III; deposed, died 1264)

1252–1263

St Alexander I, Nevskii (brother)

1264–1271

Yaroslav IV (brother)

1272–1277

Vasilii (brother)

1277–1282

Dimitri I (son of Alexander I; deposed)

1282–1283

Andrew III (brother; deposed)

1283–1294

Dimitri I (restored)

1294–1304

Andrew III (restored)

1305–1318

St Michael II (son of Yaroslav IV)

1318–1322

Yurii III (grandson of Alexander I; prince of Moscow 1303–25; deposed)

1322–1326

Dimitri II (son of Michael II)

1326–1327

Alexander II (brother; deposed, died 1339)

1328–1331

Alexander III (great-grandson of Andrew II)

1332–1340

Ivan I, Kalita (brother of Yurii III; prince of Moscow 1325)

1340–1353

Simeon the Proud (son)

1353–1359

Ivan II, the Gentle (brother)

1360–1362

Dimitri III (nephew of Alexander III; deposed, died 1383)

1362–1389

Dimitri IV, Donskoi (son of Ivan II; prince of Moscow 1359; union with Moscow)

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