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Vladimir III Mstislavich Rurik of Kiev, Prince of Dorogobuzh, Prince of Volhynia, Prince of Slutsk, Prince of Triploye, Grand Prince of Kiev, was born 1132 to Mstislav I Vladimirovich of Kiev (1076-1132) and Lyubava Dmitriyevna (c1104-c1170) and died 30 May 1171 of unspecified causes. He married Unnamed daughter of Beloš (c1130-c1190) 1150 JL . Ancestors are from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, the Byzantine Empire.

Vladimir Mstislavich (1132-May 30 1171) -Prince of Dorogobuzh (1152-1154, 1170-1171), Prince of Volhynia (1154-1157), Prince of Slutsk (1162), Prince of Triploye (1162-1168), Grand Prince of Kiev (1171).

He was the son of Mstislav Vladimirovich the Great from his second marriage, which justifies him sometimes being referred to as "Machesic" (the step-son) .

Brother of the Grand Princes of Kiev

Since 1152, Vladimir reigned in Dorogobuzh , and after the death of his elder brother Svyatopolk (1154) - in Vladimir-Volynsky. Relying on his Hungarian relatives, he actively supported his brothers in their struggle against Yuri Dolgoruky.

After the reconciliation of his brother Rostislav with Yuri Dolgoruky, he allied with Vladimir Galitsky and besieged Mstislav Izyaslavich in Lutsk . For this in 1157 Vladimir was expelled from the Principality of Volhynia by Mstislav. The family of Vladimir was taken imprisoned. Vladimir fled to Hungary, hoping to get support there, but neither the King of Hungary nor the Grand Prince of Kiev helped him. Returning to Russia, Vladimir was without a volost and fought on the side of Izyaslav Davydovich. Under unknown circumstances Vladimir captured Slutsk, but in 1161 he was expelled therefrom by his brother Rostislav, and in exchange he received Tripolye .

Eldest of the family

After the death of Rostislav Mstislavich in 1167, Vladimir was the eldest among Monomachich, but he had no power to capture and retain Kiev. So he and his sons Rostislav called Mstislav II of Kiev on the great reign, but hoping to increase their ownership of [1]. He wanted himself, in addition to Tripolye, Torchesk with all the Pigs. Mstislav, however, having learned of the conspiracy, besieged Vladimir in Vyshgorod. Vladimir and Mstislav agreed to stay at the old volosts. Boyar Vasil Nastasich informed the Grand Duke that Vladimir had begun new intrigues against him. Mstislav summoned Vladimir to the court. However, the long litigation was boring Mstislav. He invited Vladimir take an oath of submission and disperse with the world. Vladimir again began to communicate with the Chorni Klobuky, but the boyars and the squad did not support him. Vladimir, going to the Berendeys with a small number of volunteers, did not get their support - they drove him away, almost killing. Vladimir Mstislavich as a perjurer had to wander the princedoms. After living briefly in Ryazan, in 1169, Vladimir Mstislavich, with the consent of Mstislav Izyaslavich, went to Volyn land, where he settled in the town of Polonnoye . Learning about Vladimir Andreevich's death, Vladimir Mstislavich came to Dorogobuzh, giving a promise to the family of the late prince and the boyars that he would not do them any harm. But, having entered the city, he took away the estates from the boyars Vladimir Andreevich and expelled his widow from the city.

Grand Prince of Kiev

In 1171, after Gleb Yurievich's death, Davyd and Mstislav Rostislavichi summoned their uncle Vladimir to the great reign of Kiev. Secretly from Yaroslav Izyaslavich and from Andrei Bogolyubsky Vladimir came to Kiev, leaving Dorogobuzh to his son Mstislav. Andrei Bogolyubsky demanded that Vladimir leave Kiev. Vladimir died, Prince less than three months, without waiting for the forced expulsion from the great table [2] .

Family and children

Wife - Married in unnamed daughter of the Serbian zhupan and the Ugric ban and the palatine Beloš .

Children :

References

  1. ^ Согласно Ипатьевской летописи. Согласно Лаврентьевской, княжил в Киеве после Ростислава Мстиславича.
  2. ^ *** - Владимир (русские князья) _ In: Энциклопедический словарь Брокгауза и Ефрона : в 86 т. (82 т. и 4 доп.). — Sankt Petersburg., 1890—1907.
  3. ^ Л.Войтович КНЯЗІВСЬКІ ДИНАСТІЇ СХІДНОЇ ЄВРОПИ

Bibliography

  • Владимир Мстиславич, князь дорогобужский - In: Энциклопедический словарь Брокгауза и Ефрона : в 86 т. (82 т. и 4 доп.). — Sankt Petersburg, 1890—1907



Children


Offspring of Vladimir III Mstislavich of Kiev and Unnamed daughter of Beloš (c1130-c1190)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mstislav Vladimirovich of Dorogubuzh (c1153-c1204) 1165 1205
Yaroslav Vladimirovich of Novgorod (c1155-c1208) 1155 1208 Unnamed Alan princess (c1160-1201)

Rostislav Vladimirovich (c1157-c1204)
Svyatoslav Vladimirovich (c1160-1221)

Siblings


Offspring of Mstislav I Vladimirovich of Kiev
(Мстислав Владимирович Великий, Великий князь Киевский) and Christina Ingesdotter of Sweden (c1080-1122)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Maria Mstislavna of Kiev (c1108-c1155) 1108 1155 Vsevolod II Olgovich of Kiev (1094-1146)

Izyaslav II Mstislavich of Kiev (c1097-1154) 1097 13 November 1154 Agnes of the Holy Roman Empire (c1116-1151)

Rostislav Mstislavich of Kiev (c1110-1167) 1110 14 March 1167
Rogneda Mstislavna of Kiev (c1112-c1159) 1112 1159 Yaroslav Svyatopolkovich of Volhynia (c1091-1123)

Vsevolod Mstislavich of Pskov (c1095-1138) 1095 Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod Oblast, Russia February 1138 Pskov, Pskov Oblast, Russia Unnamed daughter of Svyatoslav Davydovich (c1103-c1160)

Svyatopolk Mstislavich of Volhynia (c1115-1154) 1115 20 February 1154 Eufimia of Olomouc (1115-c1170)

Kseniya Mstislavna of Kiev (c1118-c1160)
Ingeborg Mstislavna of Kiev (c1100-c1145) 1100 1140 Knud Lavard (1096-1131)

Malmfred Mstislavna of Kiev (c1105-c1140) 1105 Sigurd I of Norway (c1090-1130)
Eric II of Denmark (c1090-1137)

Evpraksiya Mstislavna of Kiev (c1102-c1135) 1102 1140 Alexios Komnenos (1106-1142)

Offspring of Mstislav I Vladimirovich of Kiev
(Мстислав Владимирович Великий, Великий князь Киевский) and Lyubava Dmitriyevna (c1104-c1170)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Vladimir III Mstislavich of Kiev (1132-1171) 1132 30 May 1171 Unnamed daughter of Beloš (c1130-c1190)

Yaropolk Mstislavich of Porossk (c1131-1149) 1131 1149
Euphrosyne Mstislavna of Kiev (1130-1193) 1130 1193 Géza II of Hungary (c1130-1162)


Residences

Vladimir III Mstislavich
Rurikovich
Born: 1132 Died: 1173
Preceded by
Gleb
Prince of Dogorobuzh, Volhynia
1152-1154
Succeeded by
Michael I
Preceded by
Gleb
Prince of Dorogobuzh, Volhynia
1170-1171
Succeeded by
Michael I
Preceded by
Gleb
Prince of Volhynia
1154-1157
Succeeded by
Michael I
Preceded by
Gleb
Prince of Slutsk
1162
Succeeded by
Michael I
Preceded by
Gleb
Prince of Tripolye
1162-1168
Succeeded by
Michael I
Preceded by
Gleb
Grand Prince of Kiev
1171
Succeeded by
Michael I
Pretenders to the title
Preceded by
Rostislav
Grand Prince of Kiev
1154–1171
Succeeded by
Svyatoslav III


Footnotes (including sources)

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