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Vladimir Andreyevich, Prince of Belgorod-Kievsky, Prince of Berestia, Prince of Peresopnytsia, Prince of Turov and Pinsk, Prince of Dorogobuzh, Volhynia, was born 1120 to Andrei Vladimirovich of Volhynia (1102-1141) and died 28 January 1170 of unspecified causes. Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Sweden.

Vladimir Andreyevich. (- January 28 1170) - Prince of Peresopnytsia (1146-1147),Prince of Belgorod-Kievsky (1150), Prince of Dorogobuzh, Volhynia (1150-1152, 1156-1170), Prince of Peresopnytsia (1150-1152), Prince of Turov and Pinsk (1150-1152), Prince of Berestia (1154 -1156). Son of Andrei Vladimirovich the Good , grandson of Vladimir Monomakh and great-grandson of Polovtsian Khan Tugorkhan .

Biography

Vladimir Andreyevich, son of Andrei Vladimirovich, who died at age 40, remained fairly early without a father, and thus became knyazem (outcast by prevailing order of succession). Vladimir's early life was determined, in many respects, by the agreement reached by his father with another younger Monomakhovich - Yuri Dolgoruky, with whom Andrei fought against one of his older cousins, Mstislavich Vladimirovich, in the 1130s. According to this agreement, Yuri promised that after Andrei death, who had reigned for a long time in Volhynia, he would ensure that his son Vladimir would receive the throne of Volhynia, in the hope that Vladimir would cooperate with Yuri in fighting Izyaslav Mstislavich for the reign of Kiev. However Izyaslav was able to defend his rule of Kiev (1146-1154), and, with the help of the rulers of Hungary and Poland, to whom he was related, to ensure the rule of the Principality of Volhynia for his descendants. Vladimir managed to keep the rule of specific centers in Volhynia, which he received first from the captured Yuri, and then from Izyaslav's heir Mstislav.

In 1146, after the expulsion of Igor Olgovich from Kiev Izyaslav Mstislavich, Vyacheslav Vladimirovich gave Volyn to Vladimir Andreevich, but in return Izyaslav took over Volyn and removed Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich [1] and took Vyacheslav Turov from him. In 1148, Izyaslav transferred to Volhynia from Novgorod Svyatopolk Mstislavich .

Family and children

He was married to the daughter of Svyatoslav Olgovich of Chernigov.

The annals do not include any information about his descendants in the annals. Genetic studies carried out in the XXI-st century found that the princes Puzyna and Voronetsky descend, in the male line, from Vladimir Monomakh, but neither through Yuri Dolgoruky (the grandfather of the northeastern group of princely families) and Mstislav the Great (the ancestor of princes of the Smolensk and Galician groups) [2]. Therefor, it is likely that the ancestor of these families (which could also include the Vishnevetsky family) was Andrei Vladimirovich.

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Literature

Пресняков А.Е. Княжое право в Древней Руси. Лекции по русской истории. Киевская Русь. — М.: Наука, 1993. — 634 с. Л.Войтович КНЯЗІВСЬКІ ДИНАСТІЇ CXIДНОЇ ЄВРОПИ


Siblings


Offspring of Andrei Vladimirovich of Volhynia {Андрей Владимирович, Князь волынский) and Daughter of Tugorkhan
Name Birth Death Joined with
Vladimir Andreyevich of Dorogobuzh (c1120-1170) 1120 28 January 1170
Daughter
Yaropolk Andreyevich (c1125-c1165)

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Andrei Vladimirovich
Born: 1104 Died: 1153
Regnal titles
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Boris Yuryevich
Prince of Belgorod-Kievsky
1150
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Prince of Dorogobuzh, Volhynia
1150–1152
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Prince of Dorogobuzh, Volhynia
1156–1170
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Prince of Peresopnytsia
1150–1152
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Prince of Berestia
1154–1156
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