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  1. Vsevolod IV of Kiev - Wikipedia

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    Father: Sviatoslav III of Kiev (): Mother: Maria Vasilkovna of Polotsk: Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich the Red (Russian: Вcеволод Святославич Чермный) (died August 1212) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty).

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    Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich the Red (Russian: Вcеволод Святославич Чермный) (died August 1212) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). His baptismal name was Daniil. He was grand prince of Kiev (1203, 1206, 1207, 1208–1212); he was also prince of Chernigov (1204–1206/1208) and of Belgorod (1205). He was one of the most successful senior princes of the ...

    • August 1212 Chernigov
    • Anastasia of Poland
  3. Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich of Kiev (c1157-1212) | Familypedia ...

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    Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich Chermnyi (the Red) of Kiev, Prince of Chernigov, Grand Prince of Kiev, Prince of Belgorod-Kievsky, was born circa 1157 to Svyatoslav III Vsevolodovich of Kiev (c1123-1194) and Mariya Vasilkovna of Polotsk (c1125-c1180) and died August 1212 in Chernigov of unspecified causes. He married Maria of Poland (1164-1194) circa 1178. Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus ...

    • 1157
    • Mariya Vasilkovna of Polotsk (c1125-c1180)
    • August 1212 Chernigov
    • Maria of Poland (1164-1194)
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    Vsevolod IV of Kiev: | | | Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich the Red | | | ... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

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    Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich the Red (Russian: Вcеволод Святославич Чермный) (died August 1212) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). His baptismal name was Daniil. He was grand prince of Kiev (1203, 1206, 1207, 1208–1212); he was also prince of Chernigov (1204–1206/1208) and of Belgorod (1205).

  6. Vsevolod IV of Kiev : biography – 1212 Vsevolod IV Svyatoslavich the Red () (died August 1212) was a Rus’ prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). His baptismal name was Daniil. He was grand prince of Kiev (1203, 1206, 1207, 1208–1212); he was also prince of Chernigov (1204–1206/1208) and of Belgorod (1205). He was …

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    Vsevolod launched an attack against Kiev in late February 1208, but he accomplished nothing, and he must have derived some satisfaction from pillaging the environs of Kiev. [2] However, Ryurik Rostislavich died in that year, and thus Vsevolod became the only claimant to the capital of Rus’ , and he occupied Kiev.

  8. Vsevolod IV OF KIEV (????-1212) » Stamboom Riny Doyle geboren ...

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    Vsevolod IV OF KIEV was born, son of Sviatoslav III OF KIEV and Maria Vasilkovna OF POLOTSK. He was married on November 14, 1179 to Anastasia OF POLAND, they gave birth to 1 child. He died August 1212 in Chernikov, Ukraine. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.

  9. Vsevolod Yaroslavich, Grand Prince of Kiev (c.1030 - 1093 ...

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    Jul 15, 2010 · Vsevolod I, Grand Duke of Kiev succeeded to the title of Grand Duke Vsevolod I of Kiev in 1076. (1) He was deposed as Grand Duke of Kiev in 1077. (1) He succeeded to the title of Grand Duke Vsevolod I of Kiev in 1078. (1) Child of Vsevolod I, Grand Duke of Kiev and Irene (?)-1. Vladimir II Monomakh, Prince of Novgorod and Kiev+1 d. 19 May 1125

  10. Vsevolod I of Kiev - Wikipedia

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    Vsevolod and Sviatoslav made no attempt to expel the usurper from Kiev. Vsevolod supported Sviatoslav against Iziaslav. They forced their brother to flee from Kiev in 1073. Feodosy, the saintly hegumen or head of the Monastery of the Caves in Kiev remained loyal to Iziaslav, and refused lunch with Sviatoslav and Vsevolod.