Maria Dobroniega of Kiev

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princess Dobronega Maria Vladimirovna Piast (Rurikid)

Russian: княжна Мария Добронега Владимировна Рюриковичи, Polish: kn. Dobroniega Maria Kojowska, Czech: Maria Dobroniega of Kiev
Also Known As: "Доброгне́ва В крещении Мария"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Kyiv, Kyiv City, Ukraine
Death: December 13, 1087 (74-75)
Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland
Place of Burial: Kraków, Kraków County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of St. Vladimir the Great; Great Prince of Kiev Vladimir I the Great Ryrykowicz and Anna Porphyrogenita
Wife of Bernard II Graf von Haldensleben and Casimir I the Restorer
Mother of Vladislaus I Herman; König Boleslaw II. Szczodry ´Smialy; Mieszko Kazimierzowic; Otton Kazimierzowic; Świętosława Swatawa of Poland and 1 other
Sister of Great Prince of Kiev Yaroslav I the Wise Ryrykowicz; Rogneda and Theofana
Half sister of Vysheslav, prince of Novgorod; illegitimate daughter of Vladimir of Kiev; Izyaslav of Polotsk; princess Premislava; prince Mstislav and 14 others

Occupation: княжна Киевская, Королева Польши / Storfurstinna av Polen
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About Maria Dobroniega of Kiev

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Gift 1041 med

Kasimir I Karol av Polen, född 1016, död 1058. furste. restaurator.


DOBRONEGA MARIA Vladimirovna (before 1012-1087).  The Primary Chronicle records the marriage of "Yaroslav's sister" to Kazimierz of Poland in 1043 but does not name her[135].  The Annales Polanorum state that "Kazimirum duxit ex Russia Mariam" in 1025[136], although the date is clearly inaccurate.  The Chronicæ Polanorum refers to the wife of King Kazimierz as "de Rusia nobilem"[137].  The Chronica principum Polonie records that "Kazimirus" married "Dobrognewam"[138].  The Annales Capituli Cracoviensis record the death in 1087 of "Dobronega uxor Kazimir"[139].  m (1043) KAZIMIERZ I KAROL "Odnowiciel/the Renewer" Prince of Poland, son of MIESZKO II Lambert King of Poland & his wife Richeza [Ezzonen] (25 Jul 1016-19 Mar 1058).  


Family life and children of Vladimir I

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German wife of Vladimir I

Anna Porphyrogeneta is known to have predeceased Vladimir by four years. Thietmar of Merseburg, writing from contemporary accounts, mentions that Boleslaw I of Poland captured Vladimir's widow during his raid on Kiev in 1018. The historians long had no clue as to identity of this wife. The emigre historian Nicholas Baumgarten, however, pointed to the controversial record of the "Genealogia Welforum" and the "Historia Welforum Weingartensis" that one daughter of Count Kuno von Oenningen (future Duke Konrad of Swabia) by "filia Ottonis Magni imperatoris" (Otto the Great's daughter; possibly Rechlinda Otona [Regelindis], claimed by some as illegitimate daughter and by others legitimate, born from his first marriage with Edith of Wessex) married "rex Rugorum" (king of Russia). He interpreted this evidence as pertaining to Vladimir's last wife.

It is believed that the only child of this alliance was Dobronega, or Maria, who married Casimir I of Poland between 1038 and 1042. As her father Vladimir died about 25 years before that marriage and she was still young enough to bear at least five children, including two future Polish dukes (Boleslaw II of Poland, who later became a king, and Wladyslaw Herman), it is thought probable that she was Vladimir's daughter by the last marriage.

Casimir I of Poland

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Casimir also signed an alliance with Yaroslav I the Wise, the Prince of Kievan Rus'. The alliance was sealed by Casimir's marriage with Yaroslav's sister, Maria Dobronega. With such support Casimir returned to Poland and managed to retake most of his domain. In 1041, the defeated Bretislaus signed a treaty at Regensburg in which he renounced his claims to all Polish lands except for Silesia, which was to be incorporated into the Crown of Bohemia. It was Casimir's success in strengthening royal power and ending internal strife that earned him the epithet of "the Restorer".

Bolesław II the Bold

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Boleslaw was the eldest son of Casimir I the Restorer and Dobronega Maria of Kiev the daughter of the Grand Duke of Kiev Vladimir I.


Casimir I of Poland

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Casimir also signed an alliance with Yaroslav I the Wise, the Prince of Kievan Rus'. The alliance was sealed by Casimir's marriage with Yaroslav's sister, Maria Dobronega.


MARRIAGE: Another marriage, following the death of Anne (1011), affiliated Vladimir with the Holy Roman emperors of the German Ottonian dynasty and produced a daughter, who became the consort of Casimir I the Restorer of Poland (1016-58).


She was the daughter of St. Vladimir I, Grand Duke of Kiev.


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In my new book LA SORPRENDENTE GENEALOGÍA DE MIS TATARABUELOS, you will find this and many other of your ancestors, with a biography summary of each of them. The book is now available at: amazon.com barnesandnoble.com palibrio.com. Check it up, it’s worth it. Ramón Rionda

О княжне Добронеге Марии Киевской (русский)

Княжна Киевская, Княгиня Польская, от Рюрика V колено

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Maria Dobroniega of Kiev's Timeline

1012
1012
Kyiv, Kyiv City, Ukraine
1040
1040
Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland
1042
1042
Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland
1045
April 16, 1045
Kraków, Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland
1046
1046
Schweinfurt Baveria
1047
1047
Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland
1079
1079
1087
December 13, 1087
Age 75
Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland
1934
July 23, 1934
Age 75