Who married Simeon of Moscow?

Augusta Anastasia of Lithuania married Simeon of Moscow .

Eupraxia Fedorovna married Simeon of Moscow .

Maria Alexandrovna of Tver married Simeon of Moscow .

Simeon of Moscow

Simeon of Moscow

Simeon Ivanovich Gordiy (the Proud) (Симеон Иванович Гордый in Russian) (7 November 1316 – 27 April 1353) was Prince of Moscow and Grand Prince of Vladimir. Simeon continued his father's policies aimed to increase the power and prestige of his state. Simeon's rule was marked by regular military and political standoffs against the Novgorod Republic and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. His relationships with neighboring Russian principalities remained peaceful if not passive: Simeon stayed aside from conflicts between subordinate princes. He had recourse to war only when war was unavoidable. A relatively quiet period for Moscow was ended by the Black Death that claimed the lives of Simeon and his sons in 1353.

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Augusta Anastasia of Lithuania

Aigusta Anastasia of Lithuania (Russian: Анастаси́я Гедими́новна; c. 1320–1345) was a Grand Princess consort of Muscovy. Most likely she was the daughter of Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, and wife of Simeon, Grand Prince of Moscow.

There is no direct evidence that she was a daughter of Gediminas, but because of her high-profile marriage, most historians have concluded that she was a member of Gediminas' family. She was born probably between 1316 and 1321.

Aigusta was baptized as Anastasia in order to marry Simeon of Russia in November or December 1333; he became Grand Prince of Moscow in 1341. The marriage had great potential because Lithuania and Moscow were fierce rivals for supremacy in Ruthenia, but conflicts broke out again in 1335, just two years after the marriage.

Her two sons Vasilei and Konstantin did not survive infancy; her daughter Vasilisa in 1350 married Mikhail Vasilevich of Kashin, a Tverite prince opposing Lithuania. Her brother Jaunutis sought her help when he was deposed by Algirdas in 1345. Immediately before her death on March 11, 1345, Augusta became a nun. She was buried within the Moscow Kremlin at a monastic church whose construction she had sponsored.

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Simeon of Moscow

Simeon of Moscow
 
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Eupraxia Fedorovna

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Евпраксия Фёдоровна (Еупраксия) (ум. 15 сентября 1348?) — дочь смоленского (дорогобужско-вяземского) князя Фёдора Святославича (Сесвяславича), вторая жена великого князя московского Семёна Ивановича Гордого, с которой он по непонятным причинам развелся.

 
 

Simeon of Moscow

Simeon of Moscow
 
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Maria Alexandrovna of Tver

Maria Alexandrovna of Tver

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Мари́я Алекса́ндровна (в иночестве Фотиния, ум. 1399) — великая княгиня, дочь великого князя Тверского и Владимирского Александра Михайловича и его жены Анастасии, третья жена великого князя Московского и Владимирского Симеона Ивановича Гордого. Этот брак привёл к временному примирению враждовавших между собой княжеских домов Москвы и Твери.

 
 

Children of Simeon of Moscow and their spouses:

Mother of Simeon of Moscow and her spouses: