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How long did Ivan the terrible rule?

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Ivan the terrible ruled from 1533-1584 (51 years)

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An bad person who used to rule Russia a long time ago


Ivan the terrible ruled Russia time ruled Russia:1533-1584


Grandfather actually.Ivan III (Ivan the Great) did have a son named Ivan but he was called Ivan the Young and did not rule. Ivan the Great was succeeded by his eldest son Vasili III who was then succeeded by his son Ivan IV (the Terrible).


3 December 1533 - 28 March 1584


Ivan The Terrible Santiago goes by Ivan The Terrible, and Jamesboy.


Yes, Ivan the Terrible is the grandson of Ivan the Great.


Ivan IV was the terrible tsar. He was called Ivan the Terrible.


Ivan the terrible was terrible because of his strict rules and harsh punishments.


Ivan iv (Ivan the Terrible) was paranoid about the Boyars and had them executed.


Ivan The Terrible was the Crowned Price of Moscow from 1533.


There is no sufficient information about how tall Ivan the Terrible was on any of his biographies. However, Ivan the Terrible is generally described as tall.


Ivan the Great (Ivan III) then Ivan the terrible (Ivan IV) Ivan the Great came first


Ivan the Terrible was born in Kolomenskoye, near Moscow.


it was a secret police organized by Ivan the terrible


Ivan the terrible likes to play ice hockey


Ivan The Terrible Santiago is 5' 8".


Ivan the Terrible was crowned king in 1547.


The duration of Ivan the Terrible - film - is 3.12 hours.


The ISBN of Ivan the Terrible - novel - is 978-1405233248.



Apparently, Ivan the Terrible died from a stroke during a game of chess with Bogdan Belsky. It was on the 28th of March in 1584. His son Feodor was unfit to carry on his rule which threw Russia into the "Time of Troubles".


Probably from 1480, when Ivan III (Ivan the Great) threw off Mongol rule and made Russia independent: he had imperial ideas, and his son was Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) who greatly enlarged it.


Ivan the Terrible died by having a stroke while playing chess


Ivan the Terrible (this is his name in English; I believe a closer translation is Ivan the Fearsome) was a czar of Russia, where he lived.


Probably because he was terrible.



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