Roman Glebovich (Роман Глебович (князь рязанский)) was born 1152 to Gleb Rostislavich of Ryazan (c1127-1177) and Yevfrosiniya Rostislavovna of Pereyaslavl (c1130-1179) and died 1216 of unspecified causes. He married Unnamed daughter of Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich (c1163-c1225) 1180 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, the Byzantine Empire.
Roman Glebovich (c1152-1216 ) - Grand Prince of Ryazan ( 1180 - 1207 ).
Biography In early 1177, together with his father, Gleb Rostislavich of Ryazan (c1127-1177) was defeated in the Battle of the Koloksha River (1177), was captured by Prince Vsevolod Yuryuevich the Big Nest , who imprisoned them in Vladimir. Roman's father, unable to withstand the confinement, died in prison in the same year, and Roman himself, after being in prison for 2 years, swore allegiance to Vsevolod and was released to rule in Ryazan.
After returning home, Roman began to learn about volosts from his brothers, the princes of Pronsk. These appealed for help to Vsevolod, who quickly approached Ryazan with an army, defeating Roman Glebovich's guard detachment. Roman himself fled to the Polovtsians, leaving his younger brothers, Igor and Svyatoslav, in Ryazan.
After some time, Roman was forced to make peace with Vsevolod and, in 1180, Vsevolod divided the territory of Ryazan between the Glebovich brothers in order of seniority, after which Roman Glebovich again sat in the council of the Grand Principality of Ryazan. Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich of Kiev undertook a campaign against Vsevolod (who had come to power with his help several years before) in support of his son-in-law (Roman was married to his daughter), penetrated deep into Principality of Suzdal, but left without a fight and thus could not change the situation .
In the same year, Roman's nephews, Gleb Vladimirovich and Oleg Vladimirovich, informed Vsevolod about the alleged alliance of the Princes of Ryazan and the Princes of Chernigov, directed against the Grand Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal. On the basis of this denunciation, Vsevolod summoned Roman and Svyatoslav to Vladimir and, after a trial, imprisoned them.
In 1212 Laurentian Chronicle reported on the release of the Princes of Ryazan from captivity and death of Roman Glebovich. However, according to the Russian historian V.N. Tatishchev, Roman Glebovich died in 1216 from a long illness , and the Council of Isady (1217) was convened to distribute inheritances after his death. L. Voitovich also adheres to the version that Roman Glebovich died in 1216 in the Vladimir captivity .
Brothers and sisters
- Andrei Glebovich of Ryazan (c1150-c1185) - Prince of Ryazan.
- Igor Glebovich of Ryazan (c1154-1194) - the appanage prince of Ryazan.
- Feodosya Glebovna of Ryazan (c1156-c1200) - married Mstislav Rostislavich the Brave 
- Vladimir Glebovich of Pronsk (c1158-c1186) - Prince of Pronsk (1180-1186).
- Vsevolod Glebovich of Pronsk (c1160-1207) - the Prince of Pronsk (up to 1186, 1188-1207) and Kolomna (1186-1,188).
- Svyatoslav Glebovich of Pronsk (c1162-1207) appanage Prince of Pronsk.
- Yaroslav Glebovich of Ryazan (c1164-c1199) - the prince of Ryazan.
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