Grand Duchess of Kiev Princess Anne Yaroslavna (1036)

Yaroslavna
Anne
Female
Princess
Grand Duchess of Kiev
Grand Duchess Of Kiev, Queen
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Birth: 1036
Kiev, Ukraine

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Death: ABT 1076
Paris, Seine, France

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Christening:
Russia - dtr of Juroslav of Kiev

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Burial: 1075
Abbaye De Villiers, La-Ferte-Alais, France

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Event: 1089
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Childhood Adulthood Later Years
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Family

Grand Duke of Kiev Yaroslav de Kiev I (980 - 1054)
Princess of Sweden Ingrid, Ingegarda Olofsdotter (1001 - 1050)
  Igor, Elizabeth, Anne, Elizaveta Yaroslavna, Agatha,
      Vladimir, Dobronega Maria, Anastasia Agmunda, Izyaslav I Dmitrij, Sviatoslav,
      Svyatopolk I (II), Vsevolod, Elizabeth Ellisoff Ellisif, Elizaveta, Anastasiya Agmunda, Wsewolod, Elizaveta, Ussevold, Vyacheslav,
      Elisabeth, Igor
  King of France Henri Henry Capet I (4 May 1008)
     Hugh (1044)
     Philip, Philippe, Philips I (23 May 1052)
     Hugues (1053)
     Emma Princess Of (1054)
     Emma (1054)
     Emma Princess Of (1054)
     Robert (1054)
     Robert (1055)
     Robert (1055)
     Hugues (1057)
     Hugh (1057)
  Henri I Capet of France (May 1008)
     Hugh Crepi of (1057)
  Raoul de Crespy (~1036)
  Raoul "the Great" de Valois (1015)
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Biography & History

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Anne Yaroslavna was a forceful and wise woman, in a time when women's roles in politics were usually minor. She was well-loved by the French and continued her interest in just laws which she had learned from her father. At the death of her husband, she was given full custody of her children -- unheard-of in those days, when children were usually awarded to the state or to another male relative. After her children were grown, she joined a convent, and was later given sainthood by the Catholic church. In 1968, there was an opera, "Ana Jaroslavna," written in her honor.2 CONT

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