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Peter Izyaslavich Rurikid

Russian: Ярополк Пётр Изяславич, Polish: Jaropełk Piotr Iziasławicz Rurykowicz
Also Known As: "Peter I Iziaslavich", "Turovo", "Volynės", "Vladimiro kunigaikštis"
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Birthplace: Volodymyr-Volynsky, Volyns'ka oblast, Ukraine
Death: November 25, 1085 (36-37)
Turau, Zhytkavichy District, Homiel Province, Belarus
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Son of Iziaslav Yaroslavich, Grand Prince of Kiev and Gertruda Mieszkówna, von Polen
Husband of Kunigunde von Weimar-Orlamünde, Erbin von Beichlingen
Father of Anastasia, duchess of Minsk; Mechtilde Yaropolkovna von Wladimir Prinzessin von Turov; Iaroslav Iaropolkovich Рюрикович and Viacheslav Iaropolkovich
Brother of Mstislav Izyaslavich Grand Prince of Novgorod; Sviatopolk II, Grand Prince of Kiev; Igor Iziaslavich and Euphraxia of Turov
Half brother of Princess Agnieszka of Poland; Ingelburga De Vladimir and Zbigniew Duke of Poland

Occupation: Prins i Turov 1078-86, Prins i Volynya 1078-86, Furste i Vladimir och Tarov, Wladimirin ja Turowin ruhtinaskuntien ruhtinas
Managed by: Henn Sarv
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About Peter Izyaslavich Rurikid

http://genealogics.org/getperson.php?personID=I00141429&tree=LEO

Vladimirin ja Turovin runtinas. Ortodoksikirkko julisti hänet pyhimykseksi.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaropolk_Izyaslavich

Yaropolk Pjotr Izyaslavich

Yaropolk Izyaslavich[2] (died 1087) was a Knyaz (prince) during the eleventh-century in the Kievan Rus' kingdom and was the King of Rus (1076–1078). The son of Grand Prince Izyaslav Yaroslavich by a Polish princess named Gertruda, he is visible in papal sources by the early 1070s but largely absent in contemporary Rus sources until his father's death in 1078. During his father's exile in the 1070s, Yaropolk can be found acting on his father's behalf in an attempt to gain the favor of the German emperors and the papal court of Pope Gregory VII. His father returned to Kiev in 1077 and Yaropolk followed.

Family background

Yaropolk was the son of Izyaslav Yaroslavich (died 1078), over-king of the Rus', and Gertruda, daughter of the Polish Duke-King Mieszko II Lambert (died 1034).[4] Since the Kievan succession war of 1015-1019, the Polish ruler Boleslaw had taken an interest in Rus, hoping to gain control of the land of Cherven, seized by Vladimir the Great.[5]

Family

  • Wife - Kunigunde, daughter of Otto
    • 1.Anastasia (daughter), married Gleb Vseslavich
    • 2. ? (daughter), married Günther, Count of Schwarzburg
    • 3.Yaroslav (son) (?-1102)
    • 4.Viacheslav (son) (?-1104)
    • 5.Vasilko (son)

He was installed as Prince of Volynia and, maybe, Turov by his uncle Vsevolod Grand Prince of Kiev in 1078, but was expelled in 1085 by his cousin Vladimir "Monomakh" and found refuge in Poland.  He was restored the following year but murdered soon after.

About Jaropełk Piotr Iziasławicz Rurykowicz (Polski)

Jaropełk Piotr (przed 1050 - 22 października 1087), książę wyżgorodzki, włodzimiersko-wołyński i turowski. Syn Gertrudy i Izjasława I z dynastii Rurykowiczów.

Około 1073 roku poślubił Kunegundę (margrabiankę miśnieńską, córkę Ottona z Orlamünde), z którą miał 2 córki i 2 synów - Jarosława (książę brzeski) i Wiaczesława (książę wyżgorodzki).

Zginął przebity szablą w drodze do Dźwinogrodu.

Wikipedia PL

http://genealogics.org/getperson.php?personID=I00141429&tree=LEO

Vladimirin ja Turovin runtinas. Ortodoksikirkko julisti hänet pyhimykseksi.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaropolk_Izyaslavich

Yaropolk Pjotr Izyaslavich

Yaropolk Izyaslavich[2] (died 1087) was a Knyaz (prince) during the eleventh-century in the Kievan Rus' kingdom and was the King of Rus (1076–1078). The son of Grand Prince Izyaslav Yaroslavich by a Polish princess named Gertruda, he is visible in papal sources by the early 1070s but largely absent in contemporary Rus sources until his father's death in 1078. During his father's exile in the 1070s, Yaropolk can be found acting on his father's behalf in an attempt to gain the favor of the German emperors and the papal court of Pope Gregory VII. His father returned to Kiev in 1077 and Yaropolk followed.

Family background

Yaropolk was the son of Izyaslav Yaroslavich (died 1078), over-king of the Rus', and Gertruda, daughter of the Polish Duke-King Mieszko II Lambert (died 1034).[4] Since the Kievan succession war of 1015-1019, the Polish ruler Boleslaw had taken an interest in Rus, hoping to gain control of the land of Cherven, seized by Vladimir the Great.[5]

Family

  • Wife - Kunigunde, daughter of Otto
    • 1.Anastasia (daughter), married Gleb Vseslavich
    • 2. ? (daughter), married Günther, Count of Schwarzburg
    • 3.Yaroslav (son) (?-1102)
    • 4.Viacheslav (son) (?-1104)
    • 5.Vasilko (son)

He was installed as Prince of Volynia and, maybe, Turov by his uncle Vsevolod Grand Prince of Kiev in 1078, but was expelled in 1085 by his cousin Vladimir "Monomakh" and found refuge in Poland.  He was restored the following year but murdered soon after.

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Peter Izyaslavich Rurikid's Timeline

1048
1048
Volodymyr-Volynsky, Volyns'ka oblast, Ukraine
1074
1074
Владимир-Волынский, Волынское Княжество
1076
1076
Beichlingen, Germany
1085
November 25, 1085
Age 37
Turau, Zhytkavichy District, Homiel Province, Belarus
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