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  1. Volodar Glebovich of Minsk was a prince of Minsk belonging to the so-called Polish police dynasty (or the Polovts) after the Belarusian the city and the principality Polotsk, from where it originated. He was the son of Gleb Vseslavich of Minsk (death 1119) and Anastasia, a daughter of Yaropolk Izyaslavich. Volodar died after 1167, possibly 1176.

    Volodar Glebovich, Prince of Minsk - Wikipedia

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  2. Volodar Glebovich, Prince of Minsk - Wikipedia

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    Volodar Glebovich of Minsk was a prince of Minsk belonging to the so-called Polish police dynasty (or the Polovts) after the Belarusian the city and the principality Polotsk, from where it originated. He was the son of Gleb Vseslavich of Minsk (death 1119) and Anastasia, a daughter of Yaropolk Izyaslavich. Volodar died after 1167, possibly 1176.

  3. Volodar Glebovic von Polotzk (1110 - 1144) - Genealogy

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    Dec 14, 2018 · Vladimir Rurik, Duke of Novgorod1 Vladimir Rurik, Duke of Novgorod married Richza of Poland, daughter of Boleslaw III, Duke of Poland and Zbyslawa of Kiev.2 He was also known as Wolodar. He gained the title of Duke of Novgorod.1 He gained the title of Prince Vladimir of Minsk.

  4. Volodar Glebovich of Gorodets (c1195-1167) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Volodar Glebovich (1090's after 1167) - Prince of Minsk (1151-1159, 1165-1167), Gorodtsovsky (1159-1165) and Polotsky (1167) from the Polotsk branch of the Rurikovichs. The son of the Minsk prince Gleb Vseslavich and Princess Volodymyr-Volynskaya Anastasia Yaropolkovna, brother of Rostislav Glebovich.

    • 1090
    • Gleb Vseslavich of Minsk (c1055-1119)
    • 1177
    • Richeza of Poland (1116-1156)
  5. Valadar Glebovich, photo, biography

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    In 1161 Rogvolod Borisovich, prince then in Polotsk, reined in his Volodar Gorodets. Volodar did not fight with him all day, but together with the Lithuanians made a sortie at night and inflicted a severe defeat the besiegers. Then Rogvolod decided not to return to Polotsk, and Polochans took me prince Vseslav Vasilkovich.

  6. Volodar Glebovich of Gorodets (c1095-c1167) | Familypedia ...

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    Volodar Glebovich of Gorodets (c1095-1167) was born 1095 to Gleb Vseslavich of Minsk (c1055-1119) and died 1167 of unspecified causes. Ancestors are from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden. Volodar Glebovich (c1095-c1167) - Prince of Minsk (1151-1159, 1165-1167) [1], Prince of Gorodets (Polotsk...

    • 1095
    • Gleb Vseslavich of Minsk (c1055-1119)
    • 1167
    • Richeza of Poland (1116-1156)
  7. Volodar Glebovich - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Volodar Glebovich was born on month day 1110, at birth place. Volodar married Ryksa B Glebovich (born Bolesławówna). Ryksa was born on April 12 1116, in Polen. Her occupation was Drottning av Sverige.

  8. Volodar Glebovich, Prince of Minsk (23 Oct 1110 - 5 May 1144 ...

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    Volodar Glebovich, Prince of Minsk 23 Oct 1110 - 5 May 1144, Family Tree, Árbol de familia, Familienstammbaum, Árvore genealógica, Arbre généalogique, Albero genealogico, Släktträd, Sukupuu, Genealogy World, Viastar

  9. Richeza of Poland, Queen of Sweden - Wikipedia

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    On 18 June 1136, Richeza married a member of the Rurikid dynasty, Volodar Glebovich, Prince of Minsk and Hrodno, [self-published source] who at that time was in exile in the Polish court. The union was made in order to seal the alliance of Minsk and Poland against Denmark and the powerful Monomakh Kievan dynasty.

  10. Kingdoms of Eastern Europe - Polotsk - The History Files

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    Vladimir / Volodar Vseslavich: 1205: Vetseka is the ruler of the small Polotsk principality of Koknese. According to the (German) sources, Vetseka gives half of his territory to Albert of Riga in return for protection against the duchy of Samogitia and Polotsk itself. 1215

  11. ----- http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sofia_av_Minsk ----- Valdemar married Sophia of Minsk (c. 1141–1198), half-sister of Canute V of Denmark and daughter of Dowager Queen Rikissa of Sweden from her marriage with Volodar of Minsk (Vladimir or Volodar Glebovich of the Rurikids, died 1167), ruling Prince of Principality of Minsk