Vsevolod Svyatoslavich probably gave Vyshgorod to Yaropolk’s brother, Rostislav Yaroslavich, and Yaropolk joined his brother. In June 1212, the Rostislavichi (Mstislav Romanovich and prince Mstislav Mstislavich of Novgorod) launched a major offensive against Vsevolod Svyatoslavich to reclaim their lands.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaropolk_III_Yaroslavich
Vsevolod Svyatoslavich probably gave Vyshgorod to Yaropolk’s brother, Rostislav Yaroslavich, and Yaropolk joined his brother. In June 1212, the Rostislavichi (Mstislav Romanovich and prince Mstislav Mstislavich of Novgorod) launched a major offensive against Vsevolod Svyatoslavich to reclaim their lands.
Mstislav Romanovich came into the political arena in 1177, when he and his uncle Ryurik Rostislavich and elder brother Yaropolk were defeated by the Polovtsians in the Battle of Rostovets. In 1178, his father sent him to help the Prince of Vitebsk Vseslav Vasilkovich against Mstislav Rostislavich of Novgorod .
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- Battle of the Kalka River (1223)
Moreover, Vsevolod Yurevich also demanded that the Olgovichi expel his nephew Yaropolk Rostislavich from Chernigov. Yaroslav refused to break his pact with Roman Mstislavich, but he agreed to release Mstislav Romanovich and to evict Yaropolk Rostislavich. Content with Yaroslav's reply, the prince of Suzdalia sent his men to seal the agreement.
Per Med Lands: "IAROPOLK Romanovich (-after 1176). Prince of Smolensk 1172-1174. m ---. The name of Iaropolk´s wife is not known." 3 Yaropolk Romanovich (?) Prince of Smolensk was also known as Iaropolk Romanovich Prince of Smolensk. 3 He was Prince of Smolensk between 1172 and 1174. 1,3 He was living in 1176. 1
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