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Maria of Sviatoslav Olgovich

MARIA Sviatoslavna . m firstly ([1148/49]) ROMAN Rostislavich, son of ROSTISLAV Mstislavich Grand Prince of Kiev & his wife --- (-14 Jun 1180). Prince of Smolensk 1159-1172, 1177-1180. He succeeded as ROMAN Grand Prince of Kiev from 1172-1174, and 1175-1177. m secondly ROMAN Glebovich Prince of Riazan, son of GLEB Rostislavich Prince of Riazan & his wife Iefrosina Rostislavna of Pereyaslavl (-killed in battle 1217). See below

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ROMAN Rostislavich, son of ROSTISLAV Mstislavich Grand Prince of Kiev & his wife --- (-14 Jun 1180). Prince of Smolensk 1159-1172, 1177-1180. He succeeded as ROMAN Grand Prince of Kiev 1172-1174, 1175-1177. Prince of Novgorod 1154, 1178-1179.

m (9 Jan 1149) as her first husband, 'MARIA Sviatoslavna, daughter of SVIATOSLAV NIKOLAI Olegovich Prince of Chernigov & his second wife Maria [Ekaterina] of Novgorod'. She married secondly Roman Glebovich Prince of Riazan.

Grand Prince Roman & his wife had three children (all of whom, along with their descendants shown below, are named by Baumgarten with primary sources[541]):

1. IAROPOLK Romanovich (-after 1176). Prince of Smolensk 1172-1174. m ---. The name of Iaropolk´s wife is not known. Iaroolk & his wife had one child:

a) [VISLAVA Iaropolkovna . Baumgarten quotes an early secondary source which names "Wislawa fil. Jarolphi Principis Russiæ" as the wife of Duke Bogislaw, suggesting that "Jarolphi" is a corruption of "Jaropolk", and suggests three possible contemporary Princes Iaropolk[542]. He dismisses Iaropolk Prince of Buzsk on the basis that any of his daughters would have been too old, and Iaropolk of Suzdal on the basis that his branch contracted no known western marriages as they had orientated themselves towards Byzantium, leaving only Iaropolk Romanovich Prince of Smolensk. m as his first wife, BOGISLAW II Duke of Pomerania, son of BOGISLAW I Duke of Pomerania & his second wife Anastasia of Poland (-24 Jan 1220).]

2. --- Romanovna. m VSESLAV II Vasilkovich Prince of Polotsk, son of VASILKO Sviatoslavich Prince of Polotsk & his wife --- (-1186]).

3. MSTISLAV Romanovich "Dobriy/the Good" (-killed in battle Kalka River 30 May 1223). Prince of Pskov 1178-1195. Prince of Smolensk 1197-1213. He succeeded in 1214 as MSTISLAV Grand Prince of Kiev. He was captured and killed by the Mongols during their first wave of invasions into Rus territory. m --- Vasilkovna, daughter of VASILKO Bryacheslavich Prince of Vitebsk & his wife --- Davidovna of Novgorod and Smolensk. Mstislav & his wife had seven children: a) SVIATOSLAV Mstislavich. Prince of Novgorod 1218-1219. Prince of Polotsk 1222-1232. Prince of Smolensk 1232-1239. SVIATOSLAV Grand Prince of Kiev 1235. b) IZIASLAV Mstislavich. IZIASLAV IV Grand Prince of Kiev 1235. Prince of Smolensk 1239. c) VSEVOLOD Mstislavich (-[1238/39]). Prince of Pskov 1214. Prince of Novgorod 1219-1221. Prince of Smolensk 1238. d) ROSTISLAV Mstislavich. He claimed the vacant throne of Kiev after Mikhail Vsevolodich fled to Hungary in the face of the Mongol invasion, succeeding in 1239 as ROSTISLAV III Grand Prince of Kiev. He was expelled in his turn by Daniil Romanovich Prince of Volynia[543]. e) ANDREI Mstislavich (-killed in battle 1245). f) --- Mstislavna. m ANDREI Prince of --- (-killed in battle 1223). g) --- Mstislavna (-24 Jan 1221 or [1222]). m (15 Oct 1195) KONSTANTIN Vsevolodich Grand Prince of Vladimir, son of VSEVOLOD Iurievich "Balshoe Gniezdo/Big Nest" Prince of Vladimir & his first wife Maria of Ossetia (-2 Feb 1218).

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SVIATOSLAV NIKOLAI Olegovich, son of OLEG MIKHAIL Sviatoslavich Prince of Chernigov & his second wife --- (-15 Feb 1164). Baumgarten names him, citing a secondary source in support[688]. Prince of Novgorod 1136, he was driven out of Novgorod 17 Apr 1138[689]. Prince of Novgorod-Severskiy 1139/41. Prince of Chernigov 1157-1164.

m firstly (1107) --- Kuman princess, daughter of AEPA Girgenevich Khan of the Kumans. The Primary Chronicle records that Oleg "took for his son the daughter of Aepa son of Girgen" 12 Jan 1108[690]. m secondly (Novgorod 1136[691]) MARIA [Ekaterina] of Novgorod, daughter of PETRILLA possadnik of Novgorod (-Apr 1164).

Sviatoslav & his first wife had one child:

1. OLEG Sviatoslavich (-[16/18] Jan 1180). Prince of Novgorod-Severskiy. m firstly (1150) MARIA Iurievna, daughter of IURII Vladimirovich "Dolgorukiy/Longarm" Grand Prince of Kiev & his first wife --- of the Kumans (-before 1165). m secondly (19 or 29 Jun 1165) AGAFIA Rostislavna, daughter of son of ROSTISLAV Mstislavich Grand Prince of Kiev & his wife --- (-after [16/18] Jan 1180). Oleg & his second wife had one child:

a) SVIATOSLAV Olegovich (1167-after 1186). Prince of Rilsk. m ---. The name of Sviatoslav´s wife is not known. Sviatoslav & his wife had one child: i) MSTISLAV Sviatoslavich (-killed in battle 1241). Prince of Rilsk.

Sviatoslav & his second wife had three children:

2. 'MARIA Sviatoslavna m firstly ([1148/49]) ROMAN Rostislavich, son of ROSTISLAV Mstislavich Grand Prince of Kiev & his wife --- (-14 Jun 1180). Prince of Smolensk 1159-1172, 1177-1180. He succeeded as ROMAN Grand Prince of Kiev from 1172-1174, and 1175-1177. m secondly ROMAN Glebovich Prince of Riazan, son of GLEB Rostislavich Prince of Riazan & his wife Iefrosina Rostislavna of Pereyaslavl (-killed in battle 1217).'

3. IGOR Sviatoslavich (10 Apr 1151-29 Dec 1202). Prince of Novgorod-Severskiy 1179-98. He was defeated by the Kuman in 1185, commemorated in The Lay of Igor's Campaign[692]. Prince of Chernigov 1199. m ([1184]) IEFROSINIA Iaroslavna, daughter of IAROSLAV Vladimirkovich "Osmomysl" Prince of Galich & his first wife Olga Iurievna of Kiev. Igor & his wife had [five] children:

a) VLADIMIR PIOTR Igorevich (-[1210/11]). Prince of Putivl 1185-1198. Prince of Novgorod-Severskiy 1198-1208. After the period of confusion in Galich which followed the death of Prince Roman Mstislavich, Vladimir and his brothers succeeded in installing themselves in Galich and Volynia, Vladimir becoming Prince of Galich in 1206. The 17th century Gustinskiy Chronicle states that Vladimir was driven out of Galich in [1209] by his brother Roman with Hungarian help and returned to Putivl[693]. m ([1188]) SVOBODA Kuman princess, daughter of KONCHAK Khan of Kumans. Vladimir & his wife had one child:

i) IZIASLAV Vladimirovich (-after 1256). Prince of Terebovl 1210.

b) ROMAN Igorevich (-hanged Sep 1211). Prince of Novgorod-Severskiy. After the period of confusion in Galich which followed the death of Prince Roman Mstislavich, Roman and his brothers succeeded in installing themselves in Galich and Volynia, Roman becoming Prince of Zvenigorod in 1207. He drove his brother Vladimir from Galich in [1209] and resumed control there himself. He was deposed and hanged by boyars in Galich in 1211[694]. His descendants are not shown in Baumgarten[695].

i) IVAN Romanovich . m ---. The name of Ivan´s wife is not known. Ivan & his wife had one child:

(a) IVAN Ivanovich (-murdered by Mongols). m ---. The name of Ivan´s wife is not known. Ivan & his wife had three children:

(1) VLADIMIR Ivanovich (-1303). Grand Prince of Kiev.

(2) FEDOR Ivanovich (-1362). Grand Prince of Kiev.

(3) ANDREI Ivanovich of Ovruch. m ---. The name of Andrei´s wife is not known. Andrei & his wife had one child: a. VASILY Andreievich of Ovruch.

c) OLEG Igorevich (1175-after 1183). Prince of Novgorod-Severskiy.

d) SVIATOSLAV Igorevich (1177-hanged Sep 1211). After the period of confusion in Galich which followed the death of Prince Roman Mstislavich, Sviatoslav and his brothers succeeded in installing themselves in Galich and Volynia, Sviatoslav becoming Prince of Volynia in 1206. He and his brothers were deposed and hanged by boyars in Galich in 1211[696]. m [source? - not in ES II 132] ([1188]) IAROSLAVA Rurikovna, daughter of RURIK II Rostislavich Prince of Ovruch Grand Prince of Kiev & his second wife Anna Iurievna of Turov. Sviatoslav & his wife had two children:

i) AGAFIA Sviatoslavna (-after 31 Aug 1247). Baumgarten names her, and shows her parentage, citing Polish sources in support[697]. "Conradus Dux Mazowie et Cuyawííe" donated property to the monastery of Czyrwen, in the presence of "uxore mea Shaphia et liberis meis Bolezlao et Semovitho", by charter dated 1221[698]. m (1207) KONRAD I Prince of Masovia, son of KAZIMIERZ II "Sprawiedliwy/the Just" Prince of Sandomir and Krakow & his wife Helena [of Moravia/of Smolensk] ([1187/88]-31 Aug 1247).

ii) OLEG Sviatoslavich (-after 1228). Prince of Kursk 1224. m ---. The name of Oleg´s wife is not known. Oleg & his wife had one child:

(a) MARINA Olegovna (-1 Mar 1279). m VSEVOLOD Konstantinovich Prince of Iaroslavl, son of KONSTANTIN Vsevolodich Prince of Rostov, Grand Prince of Vladimir & his wife --- Mstislavna of Kiev (-after 4 Mar 1238). Prince of Pereyaslavl 1227-1228.

e) [ROSTISLAV Igorevich (-[hanged Sep 1211]). He is referred to in Ipatevskaya letopis as one of the Igorevich brothers who took control in Galicia and Volynia in 1206/1207, although other sources only name the other three brothers as set out above[699]. If this is correct, he was presumably hanged at the same time as his brothers.]

4. VSEVOLOD Sviatoslavich ([1153]-May 1196). Prince of Kursk and Trubtschevsk. m OLGA Glebovna of Pereyaslavl, daughter of GLEB Iurievich Prince of Pereyaslavl Grand Prince of Kiev & his second wife --- Iziaslavna of Chernigov.

Sources:

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http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#RomanRostislavichdied1180B

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#SviatoslavOlegovichdied1164B

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy (http://fmg.ac)

Europäische Stammtafeln: Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der europäischen Staaten. N.F., Bd 2, Die ausserdeutschen Staaten ; Die regierenden Häuser der übrigen Staaten Europas, Författare: Schwennicke, Detlev (red.) Publikation: Marburg:1984, 1a. Tafel 132,1b. Tafel 137