Ivan III Vasilevich was called Ivan the Great because he tripled the territory of his state, renovated the Kremlin in Moscow, laid the foundations of the Russian State that became a huge Empire, and was had one of the longest reign of any Russian ruler, 43 years.
He was an absolute ruler, but he often met the needs of his people. His grandson, Ivan the Terrible, did the complete opposite. He basically ignored his people cries for help and only wanted to conquer and control.
he united many of the independent provinces and succeeded in freeing Russia from the Tartars and became the first Russian sovereign
peter the great was great man i love him
Ivan the great
Ivan IV was the terrible tsar. He was called Ivan the Terrible.
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 III (the Great) freed Russia from Tartar control, thereby allowing the money previously paid to the Tartars to be redirected into expansion and building.
at first peole liked him, but when he became mental they didnt
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).
Ivan the Great (Ivan III) then Ivan the terrible (Ivan IV) Ivan the Great came first
Ivan the Great created feudalism in Russia
The event of Ivan the great is that he is great and he is a good inventor
ivan the terrible and ivan the great were great leaders and they are expand their area bigger and bigger. they leaded russia stronger and stronger.
Ivan the great was born on January 22, 1440
Nothing. Ivan the Great died before Peter the Great was even born.
Ivan IV, the Terrible, was the grandson of Ivan III, the Great.
Ivan the great
it's A: Ivan the Terrible
Ivan the Great was a Grand Prince of Moscow.