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Yaroslav Svyatopolkovich of Volhynia, Prince of Volhynia, was born circa 1091 to Svyatopolk II Izyaslavich of Kiev (1050-1113) and Daughter of Bohemia (c1060-c1093) and died May 1123 Vladimir-Volynsky, Volodymyr-Volynskyi Rayon, Volyn Oblast, Ukraine of battle wounds. He married Daughter of Hungary (c1083-c1130) 1091 JL . He married Sophia of Poland (c1089-c1112) 1108 JL . He married Rogneda Mstislavna of Kiev (c1112-c1159) 1112 JL . Charlemagne (747-814), Charlemagne (747-814)/s.

Yaroslav Svyatopolkovich (Yaroslavets) (baptized Ioann) [1], (c1072-May 1123) - Prince of Volhynia (1100-1118). The son of Prince Svyatopolk Izyaslavich of Kiev. Some researchers believe that he was born from a concubine like his brother Mstislav, others that his mother was the legitimate wife of Svyatopolk Izyaslavich [2]..

Biography

After the decision of the Council of Uvetichi to deprive Davyd Igorevich of Principality of Volhynia for the blinding of Vasilko Rostislavich Terebovly in 1100, he became the viceroy of his father, the Grand Prince of Kiev, in Volhynia. In 1102, Svyatopolk reached an agreement with Vladimir Monomakh, then Prince of Pereyaslavl, about Yaroslav's transfer to Novgorod, and Vladimir's eldest son Mstislav to Volnynia, but the Novgorodians sent the grand prince of Kiev a reply: " If your son has two heads, send him to us ."

After the Svyatopolk's death and the reign of Vladimir Monomakh (1113) in Kiev, Yaroslav 4 years continued to rule Volhynia, but in 1117 Vladimir Monomakh transferred Mstislav Vladimirovich, who had already become a father-in-law of Yaroslav, from Novgorod to Belgorod-Kievsky, in which historians see the likely cause of the conflict between Yaroslav and Monomakh, as Yaroslav feared for his hereditary rights to Kiev. Yaroslav sent his wife (daughter of Mstislav, granddaughter of Vladimir Monomakh) to Belgorod and began to prepare for the struggle. In 1118, Vladimir Monomakh, in alliance with Rostislavich, expelled Yaroslav from Vladimir-Volynsky, the Volhynian prince became Roman Vladimirovich , and after his death (1119 Andrei V. Good. Yaroslav tried to regain possession with the help of Hungarian and Polish troops, as well as the Rostislavichs who had crossed over to his side, but without success. In 1123 he died under the walls of Vladimir-Volynsky from the wounds inflicted on him by two Polish soldiers during the siege.

Family and children

First wife (since 1091 ) is the daughter of the Hungarian King Laszlo I Arpad.

2nd wife (from 1106 ) - Judit-Maria (?), The daughter of the Polish king Vladislav I Herman .

The third wife (from 1112 ) is the daughter of Prince Mstislav the Great (divorce 1117 - 1118 ).

Children :

Notes

  1. ^ According to the sigillographic reconstruction by V. L. Yanin. This reconstruction was criticized by А. V. Nazarenko.
  2. ^ А. Ф. Литвина, Ф. Б. Успенский (2012). "Внутридинастические браки между троюродными братьями и сестрами в домонгольской Руси". }

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Children




Offspring of Yaroslav Svyatopolkovich of Volhynia and Sophia of Poland (c1089-c1112)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Yuri Yaroslavich of Turov (c1109-1167) 1109 1166 Anna Vsevolodovna of Goroden (c1127-1190)
Sofia of Turov (c1110-1158) 1110 1158 Rostislav of Minsk (?-1159)



Offspring of Yaroslav Svyatopolkovich of Volhynia and Rogneda Mstislavna of Kiev (c1112-c1159)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Vyacheslav Yaroslavich of Kletsk (c1114-c1130) 1114 Vladimir-Volynsky 1130
Pribislava Yaroslavna (c1115-c1156) 1115 1156 Racibor I Pomorski (?-1156)








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Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • year of birth from sisters'
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