Rusian genealogy

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Vasilko Iurevich

b. unknown – d. after 1162 [1]


Iurii “Dolgorukii” Vladimirich [2]


N.N. [3]



  1. Birth/Death: Exiled in 1162 by Andrei Iurevich, his brother.; Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1162.; Nikon Chronicle, s.a. 1160.; Tver Chronicle, s.a. 1162.; Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1162.[↑]
  2. Father: Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1149.[↑]
  3. Mother: This is conjectural, but based upon Vasilko's exile with his brothers and their mother by Andrei Iurevich in 1162.[↑]
  4. Kniaz′ of Suzdal: Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1149.; Conjectural based upon Iurii's return from Kiev.[↑]
  5. Kniaz′ of Novgorod: Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1152.; Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1152.[↑]
  6. Kniaz′ of Porose: Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1155.; Tver Chronicle, s.a. 1155.; Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1154.; Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1154.; Nikon Chronicle, s.a. 1155.; Conjectural based upon exile to Byzantium.[↑]
  7. Arkhon of Danubian Lands: Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1162 (in exile in Byzantium - title is purely conjectural).; Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1162 (in exile in Byzantium - title is purely conjectural).[↑]