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List of rulers of Halychyna and its sister principality Volhynia. They were basically separate principalities (rulers being closely related) until Roman the Great, Prince of Volhynia who conquered also Halych but immediately gave it to his son. They continued usually as separate states, but within the same dynasty and under vassalage to Knyaz of Halych until Lev, who annexed Volhynia to the principality. The royal crown lapsed and rulers were known as princes and/or dukes after Andriy Yuriyovych.

Volhynia[]

Rulers of Independent Volhynia[]

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  • Boris Vladimirovich
  • Vsevolod I 987–? - brother of Boris
  • Sviatoslav I 1036–1054 - also ruler of Kievan Rus'
  • Igor Yaroslavich, 1054–1056
  • Rostislav I 1056–1064 - also ruler of Tmutarakan.
  • Oleg I 1075–1076 - also ruler of Chernigov.
  • Yaropolk I Iziaslavich 1078–1087
  • David Igorevich 1087–1099
  • Mstislav I Sviatopolkovich 1099
  • Yaroslav 1100–1118 - brother of Mstislav I.
  • Roman I Vladimirovich 1118–1119
  • Andrew I 1119–1135 - brother of Roman I.
  • Iziaslav I Mstislavich 1135–1141
  • Sviatoslav II 1141–1146 - also ruler of Kiev.
  • Vladimir I Andriyovich 1146–1149
  • Sviatopolk Mstislavich 1149
  • Iziaslav II 1149–1151 - brother of Sviatopolk.
  • Sviatopolk Mstislavich (again) 1151–1154
  • Vladimir II Mstislavich 1154–1157
  • Mstislav II 1157–1170 - also ruler of Kiev.
  • Sviatoslav III Mstislavich 1170–1173
  • Roman II the Great 1173–1188
  • Vsevolod II Mstislavich 1188
  • Roman II the Great (again) 1188–1199 - also ruler of Kiev

The Principality in the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia[]

  • Between 1199 and 1205: annexed by the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia
  • Sviatoslav IV Igorevych 1206–1207
  • Alexander Vsevolodovich 1208, 1209–1215
  • Between 1215 and 1238: annexed by the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia
  • Vasilko Romanovich 1238–1269
  • Vladimir III Ivan Vasilkovich 1269–1288
  • Mstislav III Danilovich 1288–1292
  • In 1293, Lev I centered all the power of the kingdom in his own hands, and the principality ceased to exist.

Halych[]

Rulers of Independent Halych[]

  • Volodar Rostislavich of Tmutarakan ?–1084
  • Vasilko Romanovich 1084–?
  • Yuriy Vasilkovich ?
  • Igor-Ivan Rostislavich ?–1141
  • Vladimir I Volodarovich 1141–1153
  • Yaroslav Osmomysl 1153–1187
  • Oleg Yaroslavich 1187
  • Vladimir II Yaroslavych 1187–1189
  • Oleg Yaroslavich (restored) 1188
  • Roman the Great 1188
  • Andrew I 1188–1190
  • Vladimir II Yaroslavych (restored) 1190–1199

The Principality in the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia[]

Between 1199 and 1206: annexed by the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia

  • Vladimir III Igorevich 1206–1208
  • Roman II Ihorevych 1208–1210
  • Vladimir III Igorevich (again) 1211

Between 1211 and 1213: annexed by the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia

  • Vladislav 1213
  • Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria and Salomea of Poland 1213-1219
  • Andrew 1220–1221
  • Mstislav the Bold 1219–1228

Between 1228 and 1264: annexed by the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia

  • Svarn 1264–1269
  • In 1293, Lev I centered all the power of the kingdom in his own hands, and the principlaity ceased to exist.

Halychyna and Volynia (Galicia-Volhynia)[]

Rurik Dynasty[]

Ruler Native name Born Reign Death Parents Consort Notes
Portrait Name Born-Died Ruled From Ruled Until
Roman Mstislavich , Roman of Halych, Roman the Great.jpg Roman the Great, son of Mstislav II of Kiev. Ruler of Volhynia, Halych and Kiev until 1199, when he became the first king of Galicia-Volhynia. 1160–1205 1199 1205
Daniel, under regency during his minority. Crowned in 1253. 1201–1264 1205 1264
Lev Danylovich of Halych.PNG Lev I 1228–1301 1264 1301
Yuri I 1252–1308 1301 1308
Andrew, brother of Lev II, ruled jointly with him. ?-1323 1308 1323
Lev II, brother of Andrew, ruled jointly with him. ?-1323 1308 1323

Piast Dynasty[]

Portrait Name Born-Died Ruled From Ruled Until
Coins of Boleslaw-Yuri II of Galicia.png Boleslaw-Yuri II, grandson of Yuri I by his mother Maria. 1298/1308–1340 1325 1340
Casimir the Great by Leopold Löffler.PNG Casimir, brother-in-law of Boleslaw-Yuri II. Also king of Poland 1333-1370. Died without male heirs and all his possessions passed to Louis of Anjou, his nephew. 1310–1370 1340 1370

House of Anjou[]

Portrait Name Born-Died Ruled From Ruled Until
Wegierski.jpg Louis I the Great, nephew of Casimir. As King of Hungary, received all possessions of his uncle, becoming also King of Poland. 1326-1382 1370 1382
Mary I of Hungary.jpg Maria, eldest daughter of Louis I. Also Queen of Hungary. 1371-1395 1382 1387
Jadwiga by Bacciarelli.jpg Hedwig, sister of Maria. Also Queen of Poland. 1373-1399 1387 1399

In 1399, Galicia-Volhynia merged in the Kingdom of Poland.


Below is a list of the rulers of Galicia and Volyn principality: Princes of Galicia ( 1124 - 1349 ), Volyn ( 987 - 1392 ), kings of Rus ( 1254 - 1264 , 1301 - 1308 , possibly 1323 - 1340 )


Princes of Galicia and Volhynia before the unification[]

Princes of Galicia Principality Princes of Volyn principality Rostislavichi Halytsky [1] ( First Galician dynasty (from Rurikovich )) In Terebovlya 1085 - 1124 : Vasilko Rostislavich (died 1124) 1124 -to 1141 : Rostislav Vasilkovich (died before 1141) In Przemysl 1085 - 1092 : Rurik Rostislavich (died 1092) 1092 - 1124 : Volodar Rostislavich (died 1124) 1124 - 1128 : Rostislav Volodarevich (died 1128) In Zvenigorod 1086 - 1092 : Volodar Rostislavich (died 1124) 1092 - 1124 : Rostislav Volodarevich (died 1128) 1124 - 1129 : Vladimirko Volodarevich (died 1153) 1129 - 1145 : Ivan Rostislavich Berladnik (died 1162) In Galicia 1124 - 1141 : Ivan Vasilkovich (died 1141) 1141 - 1144 : Vladimirko Volodarevich (died 1153) 1144 : Ivan Rostislavich Berladnik (died 1162) 1144 - 1153 : Vladimirko Volodarevich (died 1153) 1153 - 1187 : Yaroslav Vladimirovich Osmomysl (died 1187) 1187 - 1188 : Oleg Yaroslavich 1188 : Vladimir Yaroslavich 1188 : Roman Mstislavich 1188 : Andrei (András) Hungarian 1188 - 1189 : Rostislav Ivanovich 1189 - 1198 : Vladimir Yaroslavich (died 1198) 987 - 1013 : Vsevolod Vladimirovich 10 ?? - 1054 : Svyatoslav Yaroslavich 1054 - 1057 : Igor Yaroslavich 1057 - 1064 : Rostislav Vladimirovich Tmutarakansky 1069 - 1073 : Yaropolk Izyaslavich (c 1075 was crowned by the pope as "the king of Rus"[ source not specified 335 days ] ) 1073 - 1078 : Oleg Svyatoslavich (Gorislavich) 1078 - 1085 : Yaropolk Izyaslavich 1085 - 1086 : Davyd Igorevich 1086 : Yaropolk Izyaslavich 1086 - 1099 Davyd Igorevich (the second time) 1099 : Mstislav Svyatopolchych 1099 - 1100 : Davyd Igorevich (third time) 1100 - 1118 : Jaroslav Svyatopolchych 1118 - 1119 : Roman Vladimirovich 1119 - 1135 : Andrei Vladimirovich 1135 - 1141 : Izyaslav Mstislavich 1141 - 1146 : Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich (Prince of Kiev) 1146 - 1149 : Vladimir Andreevich Dorogobuzhsky 1149 : Svyatopolk Mstislavich 1149 - 1151 : Izyaslav Mstislavich 1151 - 1154 : Svyatopolk Mstislavich 1154 - 1157 : Vladimir Mstislavich (prince of Kiev) 1157 - 1170 : Mstislav Izyaslavich 1170 - 1188 : Roman Mstislavich 1188 : Vsevolod Mstislavich Belzsky 1188 - 1198 : Roman Mstislavich

The first association of the Galicia-Volyn principality (1199-1205)[]

Romanovichi :

Roman Mstislavich of Galich ( 1199 - 1205 ) Daniil Galitsky ( 1205 - 1206 )

Political fragmentation in the Galicia-Volyn principality[]

After the sudden death of Roman Mstislavovich in 1205 , the Galician-Volyn principality began a nearly half-century struggle between different princes and rulers of neighboring states.


Galician princes of the era of fragmentation Volyn princes of the era of fragmentation In Galicia :


Vladimir Igorevich , (1206-1208) Roman Igorevich ( 1208 - 1210 ) Rostislav Rurikovich ( 1210 ) [2] Roman Igorevich ( 1210 - 1211 ) Vladimir Igorevich ( 1211 ) Daniil Galitsky ( 1211 - 1212 ) Mstislav Yaroslavich Nemoy ( 1212 - 1213 ) Vladislav Kormilichich ( 1213 - 1214 ) [3] Koloman Hungarian ( 1214 - 1215 ) Mstislav Mstislavich Udatny ( 1215 , 1219 - 1228 ) Koloman Hungarian ( 1215 - 1219 ) Andrei of Hungary ( 1228 - 1229 , 1231 - 1233 ) Daniil Romanovich Galitsky ( 1229 - 1231 , 1233 - 1235 ) Mikhail Vsevolodovich ( 1235 - 1238 ) Rostislav Mikhailovich of Chernigov ( 1238 )


In Przemysl :

Svyatoslav Igorevich ( 1207 - 1211 )


In Zvenigorod :

Roman Igorevich ( 1210 - 1211 )


In Vladimir-Volynsky :

Svyatoslav Igorevich ( 1206 - 1207 ) Alexander Gromov Belz ( 1207 - 1209 ) Ingvar Yaroslavich Lutsky ( 1209 - 1210 ) Alexander Vsevolodovich Belzsky ( 1210 - 1215 ) Daniil Romanovich ( 1215 - 1238 ) In Belz :

Alexander Vsevolodovich ( 1195 - 1207 , 1209 - 1210 , 1215 - 1232 ) Vasilko Romanovich ( 1207 - 1211 ) Vsevolod Vsevolodovich ( 1211 - 1215 ) In Chervny :

Vsevolod Vsevolodovich ( 1207 - 1212 ) In Brest :

Vasilko Romanovich ( 1208 - 1210 , 1219 - 1228 ) In Lutsk : See the Lutsk Principality

In Peresopnitsa : See Peresopnytskoe Principality

In Dogoborzhe : See the Dorogobuzh Principality

In Shumsk :

Svyatoslav Ingvarevich ( 1220 - 1223 ) Yaroslav Ingvarevich ( 1223 - 1227 )


Dynasty of Romanovics[]

Princes of Galicia and the kings of Russia Grand Dukes Volynsky as part of the Galicia-Volyn kingdom Daniil Galitsky , Prince of Galich and Volyn ( 1238 - 1264 ), Grand Duke of Kiev (1240), King of Russia ( 1254 - 1264 ) Lev Danilovich , Prince of Galich ( 1264 - 1301 ), incl. in co-operation with Schwarn ( 1264 - 1269 ) Shvarn Danilovich , Prince Kholmsky, co-leader of the Lion ( 1264 - 1269 ), Grand Duke of Lithuania. Yuri Lvovich , Prince of Galich and Volyn, King of Russia ( 1301 - 1308 ) Lev Yurievich , Prince of Galich, Volynsky and all of Russia in co-operation with Andrew ( 1308- col., 1323 ) Andrei Yuryevich , Prince of Galich, Volynsky and all of Russia in co-operation with Leo ( 1308- col., 1323 ) Vladimir Lvovich Galitsky , known only for the Polish chronicles of the King of Russia ( 1323 - 1325 ) Vasilko Romanovich ( 1238 - 1269 ) Vladimir-Ivan Vasilkovich ( 1269 - 1289 ) Mstislav Danilovich ( 1289- after 1292 ) Lev Danilovich Galitsky (after 1292 - 1301 ) Yuri L. Galitsky ( 1301 - 1308 ) Andrei Yurievich ( 1308 - 1323 )

The Piast Dynasty[]

Yuri-Boleslav Troydenovich - Prince of Galich, King of Russia [4] (title is indicated on the reverse side of the press, Yuri himself called the prince and heir ("dedichem") of the kingdom of Rus) ( 1325 - 1340 ). Dynasty Gediminovichi Lubart Gediminovich (Dmitry), Lithuanian prince, prince of Galich ( 1340 - 1349 ) [5] , Prince Volynsky ( 1340 - 1366 , 1370 - 1383 ) [6] In 1349 the Galician principality was conquered by Casimir the Great . In 1376 - 1377 Lubart briefly returned power in Galicia, but then lost it in favor of the King of Louis the Great (1377).

Alexander Koriatovich , Prince Volynsky, viceroy of King Casimir the Great ( 1366 - 1370 ). Fedor Lyubartovich , Prince Volynsky ( 1383 - 1392 (1390?) [7] , 1431 ). Svidrigailo , Prince Volynsky ( 1434 - 1452 ). In 1392 the Volyn principality moved to Lithuania , in 1431 it was restored and finally liquidated in 1452 . Galicia-Volyn principality stopped political existence.

See also The Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria


See also[]

  • Rulers of Kievan Rus'
  • List of Ukrainian rulers
  • List of Belarusian rulers

References[]


External links[]

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