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The following is a family tree of the monarchs of Russia.

Rurik dynasty

Rurik dynasty (Rurikids)
Legend:
  • - Grand Princes of Kiev
  • - Grand Princes of Vladimir
  • - Princes of Novgorod
  • - Grand Princes of Moscow
  • - Tsars of (All) Russia
Rurik
c. 830–879
Prince of Novgorod
r. 862–879
Igor I
d. 945
Prince of Kiev
r. 914–945
Olga
c. 890–969
Regent of Kiev
945–960s
PredslavaSviatoslav I
c. 942–972
Prince of Kiev
r. 945–972
Malusha
Yaropolk I
c. 959–980
Prince of Kiev
r. 972–980
Oleg
d. 977
Prince of Drevlians
Vladimir I
the Great

c. 958–1015
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 980–1015
Sviatopolk I
the Accursed

c. 979–1019
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1015–1019
Izyaslav
978–1001
Prince of Polotsk
Mstislav
d. 1035
Prince of Chernigov
Yaroslav I
the Wise

c. 978–1054
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1019–1054
Boris
986–1015
Prince of Rostov
Gleb
987–1015
Prince of Murom
Sudislav
d. 1063
Prince of Pskov
Maria Dobroniega of Kiev
aft.1012–1087
Vysheslav
c. 977–1010
Prince of Novgorod
r. 988–1010
Iziaslav I
1024–1078
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1054–1068, r. 1069–1073, r. 1076–1078
Sviatoslav II
1027–1076
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1073–1076
Vladimir
1020–1052
Prince of Novgorod
r. 1036–1052
Igor
d. 1060
Prince of Smolensk
Vsevolod I
Yaroslavich

1030–1093
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1078–1093
Vyacheslav
d. 1059
Prince of Smolensk
Sviatopolk II
1050–1113
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1093–1113
Oleg I of Chernigov
c. 1052 – c. 1115
Davyd
d. 1123
Prince of Chernigov
Gleb
Prince of Tmutarakan and Novgorod
c. 1052 – c. 1078
Roman
the Handsome

Pr. of Tmutarakan
c. 1052 – c. 1079
Vladimir II
Monomakh

1053–1125
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1113–1125
Rostislav
1070–1093
Prince of Pereyaslavl
Eupraxia
of Kiev
c. 1067/1070 – c. 1109
Vsevolod II
Olgovich

d. 1146
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1139–1146
Igor II
Olgovich

d. 1147
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1146
Iziaslav III
d. 1162
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1154–1155, r. 1157–1158, 1162
Roman
d. 1119
Prince of Volhynia
Andrey
the Kind [ru]
1102–1141
Prince of Volhynia
Svyatoslav
c. 1080 – c. 1114
Prince of Smolensk and Pereyaslav
Euphemia
of Kiev
fl. 1112–1139
Sviatoslav III
d. 1194
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1177–1180, 1174, r. 1182–1194
Mstislav I
1076–1132
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1125–1132
Yaropolk II
1082–1139
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1132–1139
Viacheslav
1083–1154
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1139–1151, 1154
Yuri I
Dolgorukiy

c. 1099–1157
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1149–1151, r. 1155–1157
Vsevolod IV
d. 1212
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1203, 1206, 1207, r. 1208–1212
Iziaslav II
c. 1096–1154
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1146–1149, r. 1151–1154
Vladimir III
1132–1173
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1171
Rostislav I
c. 1110–1167
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1154, 1159–1167
Gleb
d. 1171
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1169, 1170–1171
Andrey I
Bogolyubsky

c. 1111–1174
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1157–1174
Mikhail of Vladimir
d. 1176
Grand Prince of Vladimir
1174, 1175–1176
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1171
Vsevolod III
the Big Nest

1154–1173
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1177–1212
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1173
Michael of Chernigov
c. 1185–1246
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1236–1240, 1240, r. 1241–1243
Mstislav II
d. 1172
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1167–1169, 1170
Yaroslav II
d. 1180
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1174–1175, 1180
Roman I
d. 1180
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1171–1173, r. 1175–1177
Rurik Rostislavich
d. 1210
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1173, 1180–1181, r. 1194–1201, 1205, r. 1206, 1207–1210
Konstantin
1186–1218
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1216–1218
Yuri II
1189–1238
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1212–1216, r. 1218–1238
Yaroslav II
1191–1246
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1238–1246
Sviatoslav III
1196–1252
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1246–1248
Rostislav Mikhailovich
aft. 1210–1262
Duke of Macsó
Roman
the Great

c. 1152–1205
Grand Prince of Kiev
1201/
1204
Ingvar
c. 1152–1220
Grand Prince of Kiev
1202/
1214
Mstislav III
c. 1156–1223
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1212–1223
Rostislav II
c. 1173–1218
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1204–1206
Vladimir IV
1187–1239
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1223–1235
Mikhail Khorobrit
1229–1248
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1248
Vasily of Kostroma
1241–1276
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1272–1276
Daniel of Galicia
1201–1264
King of Ruthenia
Iziaslav IV
Vladimirovich

Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1235–1236
Alexander Nevsky
1221–1263
Grand Prince of Kiev
r. 1252–1263
Andrey II
c. 1222–1264
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1249–1252
Yaroslav III
1230–1271
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1264–1271
Dmitry of Pereslavl
c. 1250–1294
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1276–1281, r. 1283–1293
Andrey III of Gorodets
c. 1255–1304
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1293–1304
Daniel of Moscow
Grand Prince of Moscow
1261–1303
Vasiliy
Andreyevich
Prince of Suzdal
d. 1309
Mikhail of Tver
1271–1318
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1304–1318
Aleksandr
d. 1308
Boris
d. 1320
Prince of Kostroma
r. 1304
Afanasy
d. 1322
Prince of Novgorod
r. 1314–1315, r. 1319–1322
Yury III of Moscow
1281–1325
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1318–1322
Ivan I
1288–1340
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1328–1340
Konstantin V
d. 1355
Prince of Suzdal
Alexander of Suzdal
d. 1331
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1328–1331
Daniel
1320–1328
Andrei
1327–1353
Prince of Serpukhov
Simeon
the Proud

1316–1353
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1340–1353
AlexandraIvan II
1326–1359
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1353–1359
Dmitry of Suzdal
1324–1383
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1359–1362
Dmitry
of Tver
Fearsome Eyes

1299–1326
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1322–1326
Alexander of Tver
1301–1339
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1326–1327
Andrei KobylaIvan
Prince of Zvenigorod
c. 1356 – c. 1364
Dmitry Donskoy
1350–1389
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1359–1389
Eudoxia of Moscow
d. 1407
Mikhail II of Tver
1333–1375
Grand Prince of Vladimir
r. 1371–1375
Simeon
of Suzdal
Feodor Koshka
d. 1407
Maria
d. 1399
AnastasiaSimeon
d. 1379
Ivan
d. 1393
Andrey
1382–1432
Prince of Mozhaysk
Pyotr
1385–1428
Prince of Dmitrov
Anna
1387–?
Vasiliy Kirdyapa
c. 1350–1403
Prince of Suzdal
Vasily
Shuysky
Ivan
Fyodorovich
Koshkin

d. 1427
Konstantin
1389–1434
Prince of Uglich
Daniil
c. 1370 – c. 1379
Sophia
of Lithuania
1371–1453
Vasily I
1371–1425
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1389–1425
Yury of Zvenigorod
1374–1434
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1433–1434
Anastasia [ru]
of Smolensk
d. 1422
Yuri
Kirdyapin
Ivan
Shuysky
Zakhary
Ivanovich
Koshkin
Anna of Moscow
1393–1417
Maria
of Borovsk
1418–1484
Vasily II
1415–1462
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1425–1433, r. 1435–1446, r. 1447–1462
Vasily Kosoy
1421–1448
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1434–1435
Dmitry Shemyaka
d. 1453
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1446–1447
Vasily Shuysky
d. 1448?
Boris
Gorbaty-Shuysky
Yuri
Koshkin
d. 1504
Maria
of Tver
1447–1467
Ivan III
the Great

1440–1505
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1462–1505
Sophia Palaiologina
c. 1440/1449 – c. 1503
Anna
of Ryazan
1451–1501
Andrey Bolshoy
1446–1493
Mikhail
Shuysky
Alexander
Gorbaty-Shuysky
Roman Yurievich Zakharyin
d. 1543
Ivan
the Young

1458–1490
Simeon
Prince of Kaluga
1487–1518
Andrey of Staritsa
1490–1537
Vasili III
1479–1533
Grand Prince of Moscow
r. 1505–1533
Helena
of Moscow
1476–1513
Yury Ivanovich
1480–1536
Dmitri
1481–1521
Prince of Uglich
Andrey
Shuysky
d. 1543
Eudoxia
Gorbataya-Shuyskaya
c. 1535 – c. 1581
Nikita Romanovich
c. 1522 – c. 1586
Feodor Ivanovich Godunov
d.c. 1569
Anastasia Romanovna
1530–1560
Ivan IV
the Terrible

1530–1584
Grand Prince of Moscow and all Russia
r. 1533–1547
Tsar of all Russia
r. 1547–1584
Maria Nagaya
d.c. 1608
Yuri
of Uglich
1532–1563
Ivan
Shuysky
c. 1533 – c. 1573
Philaret
1553–1633
Patriarch of Moscow
Boris Godunov
c. 1551–1605
Tsar of Russia
r. 1598–1605
Maria
Skuratova
Belskaya

d. 1605
Irina Godunova
1557–1603
Feodor I
1557–1598
Tsar of All Russia
r. 1584–1598
Dmitry
of Russia
1552–1553
Ivan
of Russia
1554–1581
Dmitry of Uglich
1582—1591 or 1582–1606
Vasili IV
Tsar of Russia
1552–1612
r. 1606–1610
Michael I
1596–1645
Tsar of All Russia
r. 1613–1645
Feodor II
1589–1605
Tsar of Russia
r. 1605
Xenia
of Russia
1582–1622
House of Romanov

Romanov dynasty

Romanov dynasty
Maria Dolgorukova
1601–1625
Mikhail I
1596–1645
Tsar of All Russia
r. 1613–1645
Eudoxia Streshneva
1608–1645
Irina Mikhailovna
1627–1679
Pelagiya
1628–1629
Anna
1631–1676
Marfa
1631–1632
Ivan
1633–1639
Tatyana
1636–1706
Sofiya
1634–1636
Vasily
1638/39?–1639
Yevdokiya
1637?–1637
Maria Miloslavskaya
1625–1669
Alexis
1629–1676
Tsar of Russia
r. 1645–1676
Natalya Naryshkina
1651–1694
Dmitry
1648–1649
Agafya Grushetskaya
1663–1681
Feodor III
1661–1682
Tsar of Russia
r. 1676–1682
Marfa Apraksina
1664–1716
Simeon
1665–1669
Catherine
1658–1718
Feodosia
1662–1713
Maria
1660–1723
Praskovia Saltykova
1664–1723
Ivan V
1666–1696
Tsar of Russia
r. 1682–1696
Marfa
1652–1707
Alexei
1654–1670
Sofia
1657–1704
Regent of Russia
r. 1682–1689
Yevdokia
1650–1712
Maria
1689–1692
Ivan Dmitriev-Mamonov
1680–1730
Praskovya
1694–1731
Feodosia
1690–1691
Natalya
1673–1716
Fyodora
1674–1677
Eudoxia Lopukhina
1669–1731
Peter I the Great
1672–1725
Tsar/Emperor of Russia
r. 1682–1725
Catherine I
1684–1727
Empress of Russia
r. 1725–1727
Karl Leopold
1678–1747
Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Catherine
1691–1733
Frederick William
1692–1711
Duke of Courland
Anna
1693–1740
Empress of Russia
r. 1730–1740
Charlotte Christine
of Brunswick-Lüneburg
1694–1715
Alexei
1690–1718
Alexander
1691–1692
Pavel
1693
Anna Leopoldovna
1718–1746
Regent of Russia
r. 1740–1741
Anthony Ulrich
of Brunswick
1714–1774
Peter II
1715–1730
Emperor of Russia
r. 1727–1730
Peter
1704
Paul
1705
Catherine
1706–1708
Elizabeth
1709–1762
Empress of Russia
r. 1741–1762
Ivan VI
1740–1764
Emperor of Russia
r. 1740–1741
Charles Frederick
1700–1739
Duke of Holstein-Gottorp
Anna
1708–1728
Maria
1713–1715
Peter
1715–1719
Pavel
1717–1717
Natalia
1718–1725
Peter III
1728–1762
Emperor of Russia
r. 1762
Catherine II
the Great

1729–1796
Empress of Russia
r. 1762–1796
Natalia Alexeievna
1755–1776
Paul I
1754–1801
Emperor of Russia
r. 1796–1801
Maria Feodorovna
1759–1828
Alexei Bobrinsky
1762—1813
Anna
1757–1759
Juliane
Princess of Saxe–Coburg-Saalfeld
1781–1860
Konstantin Pavlovich
1779–1831
Joanna Grudzińska
1791–1831
Olga Pavlovna
1792–1795
Alexandra Pavlovna
1783–1801
Joseph
1776–1847
Palatine of Hungary
Elena Pavlovna
1784–1803
Frederick Louis
Grand Duke of Mecklenburg
1778–1819
Elizabeth Alexeievna
1779–1826
Alexander I
1777–1825
Emperor of Russia
r. 1801–1825
Maria Pavlovna
1786–1859
Charles Frederick
of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
1783–1853
Anna Pavlovna
1795—1865
William II
1792–1849
King of the Netherlands
Michael Pavlovich
1798–1849
Charlotte
Princess of Württemberg
1807–1873
Maria Alexandrovna
1799–1800
Elizabeth Alexandrovna of Russia
1806–1808
Nicholas I
1796–1855
Emperor of Russia
r. 1825–1855
Alexandra Feodorovna
1798–1860
William I
1781–1864
King of Württemberg
Catherine Pavlovna
1788–1819
George
Duke of Oldenburg
1784–1812
Frederic William
of Hesse-Kassel
1820–1884
Alexandra
1825–1844
Konstantin Nikolayevich
1827–1892
Alexandra
of Saxe-Altenburg
1830–1911
Olga
1822–1892
Charles I
1823–1891
King of Württemberg
Maria
1819–1876
Maximilian de Beauharnais
1817–1852
Duke of Leuchtenberg
Peter
Duke of Oldenburg
1812–1881
Olga
of Baden
1839–1891
Michael
1832–1909
Maria
1824–1880
Alexander II
1818–1881
Emperor of Russia
r. 1855–1881
Catherine Dolgorukova
1847–1922
Nicholas
1831–1891
Alexandra
of Oldenburg
1838–1900
Alexandra
1842–1849
Nicholas Alexandrovich
1843–1865
Vladimir Alexandrovich
1847–1909
Marie
Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
1854–1920
Maria
1853–1920
Alfred
1844–1900
Duke of Saxe–Coburg and Gotha
Alexei
1850–1908
Paul
1860–1919
Alexander III
1845–1894
Emperor of Russia
r. 1881–1894
Maria Feodorovna
1847–1928
Sergei
1857–1905
Elisabeth
of Hesse and by Rhine
1864–1918
Alexander
1866–1933
Xenia
1875–1960
Alexander
1869–1870
George
1871–1899
Michael
1878–1918
Natalia Brasova
1880–1952
Peter
of Oldenburg
1868–1924
Olga
1882–1960
Nikolai Kulikovsky
1881–1958
Nicholas II
1868–1918
Emperor of Russia
r. 1894–1917
Alexandra Feodorovna
1872–1918
Olga
1895–1918
Tatiana
1897–1918
Maria
1899–1918
Anastasia
1901–1918
Alexei
1904–1918

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