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  • Aleksander I Pavlovich Romanov, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias (1777 - 1825)
    Alexander I of Russia (Russian: Александр I Павлович), also known as Alexander the Blessed (Russian: Александр Благословенный). Links: The Peerage Geneall Johann the Younger #806 Wikipedia ...
  • Aleksi Petrovich (1690 - 1718)
    Links The Peerage Geneall Wikipedia English Русский
  • Car' Aleksej Romanov (1629 - 1676)
    Aleksey Mikhailovich Romanov (Russian: Алексей Михайлович) Links: The Peerage Geneall Biografi In Russia Tsar of Russia Reign 1645-1676 Coronation 28 September 1645 (aged 16) Predecessor: M...
  • Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich of Russia (1869 - 1870)
    Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich of Russia (In Russian Великий Князь Александр Александрович Романов) Born: June 7, 1869, Tsarskoye Selo, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire Died May 2, 1870 of me...
  • Alexander II. Romanov, Emperor of Russia, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland (1818 - 1881)
    Aleksandr II Romanov of Russia, Tsar of all the Russian Links: The Peerage Geneall Johann the Younger # 1144 + # 1378 Wikipedia

About the Romanov surname

Ruanda might well have been named of king Andreás ( Wanda-Rewa ) of Hungary from about 127

until 162 equal to 439 and 474 of greeks , to 1192 and 1227 of brits and to 1476 and 1511 of italians 

counting from 312,1065 and 1349 b.c. respectively, son of Kan Bela, who led "christian" - likely ,in his

case, husite -  troups ,consisting from wandal,teuton,hungarian and sikel and other soldiers from
Eastern Europe, at battles at river Neil in Aigypt against the soltan of Babylón there .

His army - we may now call tutsi ( for Teut-Swei ) and tusi ( for ta-Husi ) - might have moved towards South

along river Nile until reaching the Equatorial line to settle there with their kettles.

In local tradition of theirs his name is likely Ndahiro ya Kyamatare son of Yuhi wa Gahima ,whereas Ruganzu

( Ruk-Ganzu ) ,a version of Genze-Rik ,may refer to his son or to his father ,both also kings of
geese , who lead wandals into Africa as known.

As Chingis kan's son by mongols is called Dului ,and is identical with Georg Dózsa known for Transsylvanian sikels also as Zandirham,acting unbtil 888 according to romans that is until 165 ( ,477,1230,1514 ), when he was assasinated by italians and its slaves,seems obvious to identify Ndahiro's stated son ( grandson in that case ?) Ruganzu Ndoli ruling until "1543 " with Rhómanos

from the family of the alleged Andreás ,son of Iohannés titled Kambila ( Kan-Beyla ), founder of later 

Romanov dynasty in Russia .

Georgios is namely the same as Hyrkanos,and Iohann went together with that two from at

least the days of the Khasamonaians,and thus was Georg Dózsa named of his grandfather ,Ion Tepes .

The sikel chronicle of Csík tells more about how his offspring moved to East and occupied territories at river Don and farther .

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