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Grand Prince Yaroslav II Iziaslavich Ioann of Kiev (Rurikid)

Russian: великий князь Ярослав Изяславич Иоанн Киевский, Ukrainian: Ярослав Ізяславич of Kiev (Rurikid), German: Mstislaw II. of Kiev (Rurikid)
Also Known As: "Рюриковичи"
Birthdate: (48)
Birthplace: Kyiv, Kyiv City, Kyiv city, Ukraine
Death: 1180 (48)
Novgorod, Russia
Immediate Family:

Son of Grand Duke of Kiev Izyaslav II and Agnes Liubava of Germany
Husband of Gertrud Princess Of Bohemia
Father of Ingvar of Kiev; Мария Ярославна; Vsevolod Yaroslavich Prince of Lutsk, Prince of Dorogobuzhsk; Iziaslav Yaroslavich Rurikid, Prince of Shumsk and Mstislav Yaroslavich "The Dumb " Rurikid
Brother of князь Мстислав (Феодор) Изяславич; Eudoxia of Kiev; Yaropolk Iziaslavich; N and N.N. Полоцкая
Half brother of N and Yaropolk Iziaslavich

Occupation: велик княз на Киев, князь Волынский, великий князь Киевский
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Yaroslav II of Kiev

Yaroslav II Iziaslavich (Ярослав Изяславич in Russian) (died 1180?), Prince of Turov (1146), Novgorod (1148–1154), Lutsk (1157–1180) and Grand Prince of Kiev (1174–1175, 1180). He was the son of Iziaslav II of Kiev and the brother of Mstislav II of Kiev. After the murder of Andrei Bogolyubsky, Yaroslav's relatives managed to maneuver him into the Kievan throne. He contended with a senior relative, Sviatoslav Vsevolodivich, for over two years before Sviatoslav eventually won power for himself and became the uncontested ruler of Kiev.


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

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Izyaslav, Pr of Kursk (1125-29), Pr of Polotsk (1129-32), Pr of Turov (1132-34), Pr of Volynia (1135-42), Pr of Pereyaslav (1142-46), Great Pr of Kiev (1146-49)+(1150)+(1151-54), *Novgorod 1096, +Kiev 13.11.1154; 1m: apparently a Staufen princess (+1151); 2m: 1154 N (Rusudan?) of Georgia; all children from 1m.:

   * A1. Mstislav II, Pr of Pereyaslav (1146-49)+(1151-55), Pr of Lutzk (1155-57), Pr of Volynya (1157-70), Great Pr of Kiev (V.1167-XII.1169)+(II.1170-IV.1170), +19.8.1170; m.1151/52 Agnieszka of Poland (*1137 +after 1181)
         o B1. Roman "the Great", Pr of Novgorod (1168-70), Pr of Volynia (1173-87)+(1188-1205), Pr of Galicia (1187-88)+(1199-1205), Grand Pr of Kiev (1203-05), *ca 1205, +murdered nr Zavikhvost 19.6.1205; 1m: bef 1184 (div 1198) Predislava Ryurikovna of Smolensk (+after 1204); 2m: ca 1200 a Byzantine noblewoman (+after 1219)
               + C1. [1m.] Feodora, +after 1200; m.1187 (div 1188) Vasilko of Galicia (+after 1241)
               + C2. [1m.] Maria, +after 1241; m.before 1200 Mikhail of Chernigov and Kiev (+20.9.1246)
               + C3. Danylo, Pr of Galicia (1211-13)+(1229-64), Pr of Volynia (1215-64), crowned by a papal archbishop in Dorohychyn 1253/55 as 1st King of Galicia, *1201, +1264; 1m: 1218 Anna Mstislavna of Novgorod (+bef 1252); 2m: bef 1252 N, niece of Duke Mindaugas of Lithuania; all kids by 1m.
                     # D1. Irakli, *ca 1223, +by 1240
                     # D2. Lev, Duke of Belz (1245-64), Duke of Halicz (1264-69), King of Galicia (1269-1301), he moved his capital from Galich/Halicz to the newly-founded city of Lvov/Lwow (Lemberg), *ca 1228, +ca 1301; m.1251/52 Konstancia of Hungary (*ca 1237, +bef 1300)
                           * E1. Yuriy I, King of Galicia (1301-08), *24.4.1252, +24.4.1308; 1m: 1282 N Yaroslavna of Tver (+ca 1286); 2m: before 1300 Eufemia of Kujavia (+18.3.1308)
                                 o F1. [1m.] Michail, *1283, +1286
                                 o F2. [2m.] Andrei, Duke of Galicia and Volynia (1308-23), +by 21.5.1323
                                 o F3. [2m.] Lev II, Duke of Lutsk (1308-23), +by 21.5.1323
                                       + G1. Eufemia, heiress of Volynia-Lutsk, +by 1349; m.1321/23 Lubart Gediminovich of Lithuania (+1384)
                                 o F4. Maria, heiress of Galicia-Lvov, *bef 1293, +11.1.1341; m.before 1310 Pr Trojden I of Masovia (+13.3.1341)
                                 o F5. [parentage unproven] Anastasia, +1364/65; m.ca 1320 Pr Alexander I of Tver (+28.10.1339)
                           * E2. Anastasia, +12.3.1335; m.before 1301 Pr Ziemowit of Poland (+1309/14)
                           * E3. Svyatoslava, a nun, +1302
                     # D3. Roman, Duke of Slonim and Novogrudok (1255-60), *ca 1230, +ca 1261; 1m: 27.6.1252 (div 1253) Gertrud of Austria (*ca 1288, +24.4.1299); 2m: ca 1255 Elena Glebovna of Volkovysk (+aft 1288)
                           * E1. [1m.] Maria; m.N, a son of ban Stefan of Zagreb
                           * E2. [2m.] Vasilko, Pr of Slonim, *ca 1256, +after 1282; he may (or may not) have been grandfather of Pr Daniel Ostrogski
                           * E3. [parentage uncertain] Mikhail, Pr of Drutsk; his alleged descendants include Princes Drucki-Lubecki, Drutskoy-Sokolinsky, Babichev, and Putyatin
                     # D4. Mstislav, Duke of Lutsk (1265-89), Duke of Volynia (1289-aft 1300), +aft 1300; m.ca 1253 N, a dau.of khan Teigak of the Cumans
                           * E1. Danylo, +1280-1300
                           * E2. Vladimir III, Duke of Volynia, +1315
                     # D5. Ioann Shvarn "the Lightning", Duke of Chelm (1264-69), Great Duke of Lithuania (1268-69), +1269, bur Chelm; m.1255 N, a dau.of Duke Mindaugas of Lithuania
                     # D6. Pereyaslava, +12.4.1283; m.ca 1248 Pr Ziemowit of Masovia (*1224, +23.6.1262)
                     # D7. Ustinia; m.1250/51 Pr Andrei II of Vladimir-Suzdal (+1264)
                     # D8. Sofia; m.1259 Gf Heinrich V von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (+1287)
               + C3. [2m.] Vasilko, Duke of Belz (1207-11), Duke of Brest (1221-31), Duke of Volynya (1231-69), *1203, +1269; 1m: 1226 Dobrava of Vladimir (+after 5.12.1247); 2m: after 1248 a Polish princess (+1265)
                     # D1. Vladimir, Duke of Volynya (1269-89), *after 1248, +10.12.1289; m.1263 Elena Romanovna of Briansk (+after 1288)
                     # D2. Olga, *after 1248, +after 10.12.1288; m.1259/61 Andrei Vsevolodovich of Chernigov (+after 1262)
         o B2. Svyatoslav, Pr of Brest, +1172/83
         o B3. Vsevolod, Pr of Belz (1170-95), Pr of Volynia (1187-88), +IV.1195
               + C1. Alexandr, Pr of Belz (1195-1208)+(1215-33), Pr of Volynya (1208-15), +after 1234; m.N, a dau.of Pr Vladimir IV of Smolensk
                     # D1. Vsevolod III, Pr of Belz, +after 1245
                           * E1. [parentage uncertain] Gremislava, *bef 1284, +13.9.1302; m.ca 1280 Pr Boleslaw I of Opole (+14.5.1313)
                     # D2. Anastasia; 1m: 1245/47 Pr Boleslaw I of Masovia (+25.2.1248); 2m: after 1248 Dymitr, a Hungarian boyar
               + C2. Vsevolod, Pr of Cherven (1207-1212), Pr of Belz (1211-15), +after 1215
   * A2. Yaroslav, Pr of Novgorod (1148-54), Pr of Lutsk (1154-80), Grand Pr of Kiev (XII.1173-VI.1174), +1180; he was possibly married to a Przemyslid princess
         o B1. Ingvar, Pr of Lutsk (1180-1220), Great Pr of Kiev (1202-04), +1214/24
               + C1. Izyaslav, Pr of Dorogobuzh, +k.a.Kalka River 16.6.1223
               + C2. Yaroslav, Pr of Lutsk and Przemysl, +after 1239
                     # D1. Boris, Pr of Medzhibizh, +after 1234; he was putative ancestor of Princes Bolkhovskoy
               + C3. Vladimir, Pr of Kamenets, +1229
                     # D1. Izyaslav, Pr of Kamenets, +after 1255
               + C4. Gremislava, +1258; m.1207 Pr Leszek of Krakow (*1186/87, +23.11.1227)
         o B2. Vsevolod, Pr of Dorogobuzh (1180-86), +after 1209; m.ca 1167 Malfrida of Turov
         o B3. Izyaslav, Pr of Shumsk (1180-96), +II.1196
         o B4. Mstislav "Nyemiy" "the Mute", Pr of Peresopnitsa (1180-1220), Pr of Lutsk (1220-26), +1226/27
               + C1. Ivan, Pr of Lutsk and Czartorysk (1226-27)
         o B5. Anastasia
   * A3. Yaropolk, Pr of Shumsk, +7.3.1168/70; m.1164/66 Maria Svyatoslavna of Chernigov (*1149 +1189)
         o B1. Vasilko, Pr of Shumsk (1168-80), Pr of Dorohychyn (1180-82), *bef 1151, +after 1182; m.1172/73 N of Poland (+after 1178)
   * A4. a daughter, fl 1143; m.1143/44 Pr Rogvolod II of Polotsk (+7.5.1171)
   * A5. Eudoxia; m.1151/54 Pr Mieszko III of Great Poland (*1126/7, +13.3.1202)

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Pr Rostislav of Smolensk (1127-59), Great Pr of Kiev (1159)+(1160-67), *ca 1110, +Zaruba 14.3.1168, bur Kiev; He had issue:

   * A1. Roman, Pr of Smolensk (1160-72)+(1177-80), Pr of Kiev (1172-74)+(1175-77), Pr of Novgorod (1154)+(1178-79), +1180; m.9.1.1149 N, a dau.of Pr Sviatoslav of Chernigov
         o B1. Mstislav Dobriy "the Good", Pr of Pskov (1178-95), Pr of Smolensk (1197-1213), Pr of Kiev (1214-23), +k.a.Kalka River 30.5.1223
               + C1. Sviatoslav, Pr of Novgorod (1218-19), Pr of Polotzk (1222-32), Pr of Smolensk (1232-39), fl 1239
               + C2. Vsevolod, Pr of Pskov (1214), Pr of Novgorod (1219-21), Pr of Smolensk (1239-49), +1249
               + C3. Rostislav, +ca 1240
               + C4. Andrey, +ca 1245
               + C5. a daughter; m.1196 Great Pr Konstantin of Vladimir (+1218)
         o B2. Yaropolk, Pr of Smolensk (1172-74), fl 1176
         o B3. Boris, fl 1180
               + C1. Vsevolod, fl 1214
   * A2. Rurik, Pr of Chernigov/Belgorod, Pr of Kiev (1195-1202)+(1206-10), *1140, +19.4.1210; He became 7 times a Pr of Kiev!; 1m: N, a Kuman woman; 2m: Pss Anna of Turov
         o B1. [2m.] Rostislav II, *1172/73, +1218; m.26.4.1189 Vierkhuslava of Vladimir
               + C1. Rostislav, fl 1239
               + C2. Andrey "Dolgaya Ruka" "Long Hand"
         o B2. [2m.] Vladimir, *1187, +1239
               + C1. a daughter; m.1230 Great Pr Vsevolod of Vladimir (+1238)
         o B3. [2m.] Predislava, +after 1204; m.Great Pr Roman "the Great" of Kiev (+19.6.1205)
         o B4. [2m.] Vseslava; m.Pr Yaroslav of Murom
   * A3. Davyd, Pr of Novgorod (1154), Pr of Torzhok (1158-61), Pr of Vitebsk (1165-67), Pr of Vyshgorod (1167-80), Pr of Smolensk (1180-97), *1140, +23.4.1197
         o B1. Izyaslav, fl 1183
         o B2. Mstislav-Boris, Pr of Smolensk, *1193, +1230
               + C1. Rostislav, Great Pr of Kiev (1239-40), +1240
                     # D1. Gleb, Pr of Smolensk (1249-78), +1278
                           * E1. Alexandr, Pr of Smolensk (1297-1313), +1313
                                 o F1. Vasiliy, Pr of Bryansk (1309-14), +1314
                                       + G1. Ivan, +1386
                                 o F2. Dmitriy, Pr of Bryansk (1314-?), +after 1340
                                 o F3. Ivan, Pr of Smolensk (1313-59), +1359
                                       + G1. Sviatoslav, Pr of Smolensk (1359-86), +k.a.1386
                                             # H1. Gleb, Pr of Smolensk (1392-95), +k.a.Vorskla River 12.8.1399
                                             # H2. Geoirgiy-Yuriy, the last Pr of Smolensk (1386-92)+(1401-05), +1407; m.N, a dau.of Pr Oleg of Riazanj
                                                   * I1. Fedor, fl 1413
                                                   * I2. Anastasia, +1422; m.1400 Pr Yuriy of Zvenigorod (*1374 +1434)
                                             # H3. Ivan, fl 1403
                                             # H4. Vladimir, fl 1404
                                       + G2. Vasiliy, Pr of Selekhov (?-1396), +1397
                                             # H1. Ivan, +1386
                           * E2. Roman, +after 1300
                                 o F1. Dmitriy, Pr of Briansk, fl 1340
                           * E3. Sviatoslav, Pr of Mozhaisk (1297-1303), Pr of Briansk (1309-10), +k.a.Briansk 1310
                                 o F1. Gleb, Pr of Briansk, +murdered 6.12.1340
                                 o F2. Fedor, fl 1345
                     # D2. Mikhail, Pr of Smolensk (1278-79), +1279
                     # D3. Saint Fedor (Yaroslav "Cherniy" - "the Black"), Pr of Mozhaisk (1260-97), Pr of Yaroslavl (1261-99), Pr of Smolensk (1280-97), *ca 1238, +Yaroslavl 19.9.1299; 1m: 1261 Maria of Yaroslavl; 2m: N (took a name Anna), a dau.of Khan Mengu-Timur
                           * E1. [1m.] Mikhail, Pr of Yaroslavl (ca 1276/80-1290), +1290
                           * E2. [1m.] a daughter; m.Ct Davyd of Galitzia
                           * E3. [1m.] a daughter; m.Ct Michail of Belozersk
                           * E4. [2m.] Davyd, Pr of Yaroslavl (1299-1321), +1321
                                 o F1. Vasiliy "Groznye Ochi" "Horible Eyes", Pr of Yaroslavl (1321-45), +1344; m.Evdokia (+1342), dau.of Pr Ivan of Moscow
                                       + G1. Roman, Pr of Romanov (he found this small town)
                                             # H1. Ivan
                                                   * I1. Fedor "Mortka"
                                             # H2. Dmitriy, Pr of Romanov, +12.10.1414
                                             # H3. Daniil
                                       + G2. Vasiliy, Pr of Yaroslavl (1345-?), *1339, +1380
                                             # H1. Fedor, Pr of Yaroslavl (1426-34), +ca 1434
                                                   * I1. Alexandr "Bryukhatiy", the last Pr of Yaroslavl (1434-63), +17.4.1471
                                             # H2. Semen, +ca 1440; He had issue Princes of Novlen
                                             # H3. Dmitriy, Pr of Zaozersk, sl 1434
                                                   * I1. Iosaf
                                             # H4. Ivan "Bolshoy" "the Big", Pr of Yaroslavl (?-1426), +1426; m.Anna, dau.of Pr Ivan of Rostov
                                             # H5. Voin
                                       + G3. Gleb; He had issue
                                 o F2. Mikhail, Pr of Mologa (1321-62), +1362
                                       + G1. Fedor, Pr of Mologa, +6.4.1408
                                             # H1. Vasiliy, Pr of Mologa
                                             # H2. Semen; He had issue Princes of Sitj
                                             # H3. Dmitriy, Pr of Mologa
                                                   * I1. Petr, the last Pr of Mologa
                                       + G2. Ivan, +k.a.Kulikov Field 1380
                           * E5. [2m.] Konstantin "the Artist", Pr of Yaroslavl
                     # D4. Konstantin, fl 1267
         o B3. Konstantin, +1218
         o B4. Mstislav-Fedor, Pr of Novgorod (1184-87), +1187, bur Novgorod
               + C1. Vyacheslav (Vyachko), +murdered Yuriev 1224
               + C2. Vasilko, Pr of Polotzk, +after 1218
         o B5. a daughter; m.Pr Gleb of Riazanj (fl 1219)
   * A4. Sviatoslav, Pr of Novgorod (1159-68), +1169
   * A5. Mstislav "Khrabriy" "the Brave", Pr of Belgorod (1161)+(1171-73), Pr of Smolensk (1175-77), Pr of Novgorod (1179-80), +Novgorod 11.7.1180; m.N, a dau.of Pr Gleb of Riazanj
         o B1. Mstislav "Udaloy", Pr of Toropetz (1181-13)+(1226-28), Pr of Novgorod (1210-15)+(1216-18), Pr of Galitzia (1215-16)+(1219-26), *ca 1170, +Torchesk 1228; m.N, a dau.of Khan Kotian of Kumans
               + C1. Vasiliy, Pr of Torzhok (1217), +1218
               + C2. Rostislava (Feodosia); m.Great Pr Yaroslav II of Vladimir (+1246)
               + C3. Anna, +before 1252; m.1218 Pr Danylo of Galitzia (*1201 +1264)
               + C4. Maria; m.Pr Andras/Andrey of Galitzia (+1234)
         o B2. Vladimir, Pr of Pskov (1208-13)+(1216-?), +1226/ca 1233; m.a woman from Riga
               + C1. Yaroslav, Pr of Torzhok (after 1242-?), +after 1245; m.Evpraxia N
                     # D1. Igor
         o B3. Davyd, Pr of Toropeck, +k.a.nr Usviat 1226
   * A6. Agafia; m.Ct Oleg of Novgorod-Severskiy
   * A7. Elena; m.King Kasimir II of Poland (*1138 +1194)
   * A8. a daughter; m.Vseslav of Polotzk

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Mstislav II of Kiev

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Mstislav II Izyaslavich (Мстислав Изяславич in Russian) (? - 1172), Kniaz' (Prince) of Pereyaslav, Volodymyr-Volynsky and Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kiev (1167-1169, 1170). Son of Izyaslav Mstislavich, Velikiy Kniaz' (Grand Prince) of Kiev.

Along with his father, he participated in the wars against Yury Dolgoruky and the Chernigov princes. After an initial victory against the Cumans in 1153, Mstislav was defeated by the Cumans at the Psyol river. Yury Dolgoruky forced him to flee to Poland in 1155, but the next year Mstislav returned with a new army and defeated Dolgoruky at Volodymyr-Volynsky. Dolgoruky died in 1157, and Mstislav had himself crowned at Volodymyr-Volynsky.

In 1151 Mstislav married Agnieszka, the daughter of Duke Boleslaus III of Poland. They had three sons:

Roman Mstislavich (c. 1152-1205)

Sviatoslav Mstislavich, Prince of Brest

Vsevolod Mstislavich of Volhynia, Prince of Belz, Prince of Volodymyr-Volynsky (died 1196)

His death is reported in 1172 in the book Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, Jiri Louda and Michael Maclagan. Clarkson N Potter, New York 1981 in Table 135