Vsevolod Davydovich of Murom was born 1085 to Davyd Svyatoslavich of Chernigov (c1052-1123) and Theodosia (c1060-c1110) and died circa 1127 of unspecified causes. He married Judith of Poland (c1112-c1150) 1124 JL .

Vsevolod Davydovich - Prince of Murom (1123-c1127), the third of five sons of Davyd Svyatoslavich of Chernigov.

Biography

In 1116, together with Yaropolk Vladimirovich participated in the campaign against the Polovtsians, three cities were taken: Sugrov, Sharukan and Balin.

When Davyd Svyatoslavich died in 1123, the rule of the principality of Chernigov was taken by Yaroslav Svyatoslavich, and his place as ruler of Murom was taken by Vsevolod Davydovich, as the elder in the Svyatoslavich family His fate is unknown. In 1127 Yaroslav Svyatoslavich was expelled from Chernigov by Vsevolod Olgovich and returned to Murom.

Family and children

Nothing is known about Vsevolod Davydovich' wife. There is only the assumption that she was called Judith and was daughter of the Polish prince Boleslaw III Krzywousty [1] .

According to the outdated version (early V.N.Tatischev), which goes back to the Gustyn annals and then rejected by historians, Vsevolod was the ancestor of the Princes Gorodensky.

Notes

  1. ^ Jadwiga Żylińska: Piastówny i żony Piastów, Варшава 1975, стр. 99, 113.

References

  • The Tale of Bygone Years
  • L. Voitovich - Knyazivski Dynastyi Schidnoi Evropi


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