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  1. Leo II of Galicia - Wikipedia

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    Leo II of Galicia, also known as Lev Yurevich (unknown – 1323) was Prince of Lutsk and Galicia, one of the last two Rurikid kings of Galicia-Volhynia (r. 1308–1323; according to some sources, 1315–23 [citation needed]). He was a member of the senior branch of Monomakhovichi.

  2. Leo II of Galicia | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Leo II of Galicia, also known as Lev Yurevich (unknown – 1323) was Prince of Lutsk and later one of the last two Rurikid kings of Galicia-Volhynia (r. 1308–1323; according to some sources, 1315–23). He was the son of King Yuri I (1252–1308), whom he succeeded on the royal throne of Galicia-Volhynia. After the death of his father, he ruled the kingdom together with his brother Andrey ...

  3. Leo I of Galicia - Wikipedia

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    Leo I of Galicia (Ukrainian: Лев Дани́лович, Lev Danylovych) (c. 1228 – c. 1301) was a Knyaz (prince) of Belz (1245–1264), Peremyshl, Halych (1264–1269), Grand Prince of Kiev (1271–1301) and King of Galicia-Volhynia.

  4. Leo II of Galicia - Howling Pixel

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    Leo II of Galicia. Leo II of Galicia, also known as Lev Yurevich (unknown – 1323) was Prince of Lutsk and Galicia, one of the last two Rurikid kings of Galicia-Volhynia (r. 1308–1323; according to some sources, 1315–23). He was a member of the senior branch of Monomakhovichi.

  5. Kingdoms of Europe - Galicia / Halych-Volynia

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    Lev II / Leo II of Halych: Brother. Co-ruler. Killed by the Golden Horde. 1323 - 1349: The brothers Andrei and Lev die together in battle against the Mongols of the Golden Horde, leaving no heir, so their sister, Maria, becomes the heiress of Galicia-Lvov.

  6. Liubartas - Wikipedia

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    After Andrew and his brother Leo II died around 1322, Galicia–Volhynia did not have a male successor. Instead of promoting Liubartas and causing a war with Poland, Gediminas compromised with Władysław I of Poland. Both parties agreed to install Boleslaw-Yuri II, nephew of Leo and Andrew.

  7. UkrGalicia

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    Galicia usually is named together with Lodomeria. The kingdom of Galicia is named after the royal and orthodox archbishops seat Halicz (Galich) on the Dnestr some 100 km S.E. of Lviv. On this kingdom the Hungarian kings had a claim. The kingdom of Ruthenia is a successor of Galicia ruled by the local kings from the House of Rurik.

  8. Galicia–Volhynia Wars - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Galicia–Volhynia Wars and Algirdas · See more » Andrew of Galicia. Andriy II Yuriyevych or Andrew of Galicia (Андрій II Юрієвич) (unknown – 1323) was the last Rus' king of Galicia-Volhynia in 1308–1323 (according to other sources since 1315). New!!: Galicia–Volhynia Wars and Andrew of Galicia · See more » Battle of ...

  9. Galicia | History, Location, Economy, & Facts | Britannica

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    The autonomous community of Galicia finally was established by a second statute of autonomy on April 6, 1981. Galicia has a parliament, headed by a president, and a unicameral assembly. The capital is Santiago de Compostela, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985. Area 11,419 square miles (29,574 square km). Pop. (2011 ...

  10. Gesher Galicia // Researching Jewish roots in the former ...

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    Scroll down to view ALL the towns in Galicia, Austria in the year 1900, including their judicial and administrative districts, and the location of the Jewish, Roman Catholic and Greek Catholic congregations or parishes for that year.