(1276 – 1301)
Dmitry Alexandrovich Pereyaslavsky
(1276 – 1294)
Andrei Alexandrovich Gorodetsky
(1294 – 1301)
The sons of Alexander Nevsky, Dmitry Pereyaslavsky and Andrei Gorodetsky, waged a struggle for great reign between themselves, and, turning to their khan for the settlement of their disputes, brought the Tatars who devastated the Russian land.