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Volodar′ Rostislavich

b. unknown – d. 1124 [1]

Father

Rostislav Vladimirich [2]

Mother

Lanka daughter of Bela I of Hungary [3]

Titles

Marriages

This marriage exists in Baumgarten’s genealogy, [9] but his only citation is to an older article of his own. In that article, Baumgarten says explicitly that Volodar′ ’s wife’s identity is unknown, though some have suggested the name Laura. [10] I have been able to find no other evidence of a marriage between Volodar′ and a princess of Pomerania, so at this time this marriage cannot be accepted, though it must be noted that he does have children, and as such there must have been a partner of some sort. [11]

Footnotes

  1. Birth/Death: Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1124.; Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1124.[↑]
  2. Father: PVL s.a. 1081.[↑]
  3. Mother: Conjectural based upon Rostislav's marriage.; Dynasty of Chernigov, 60n60.[↑]
  4. Kniaz′ of Tmutorokan′: PVL s.a. 1081.; PVL s.a. 1083.[↑]
  5. Kniaz′ of Vladimir: PVL s.a. 1084.; PVL s.a. 1084.[↑]
  6. Kniaz′ of Peremyshl′: PVL s.a. 1097.; Volodar definitely occupies Peremyshl′ by 1097, however with the death of his brother, Riurik, in 1092, it is possible that the territory passed to him at that time. The 1097 entry merely confirms his possession of it.; Velikaia Khronika, glava 28.[↑]
  7. Kniaz′ of Peremyshl′: Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1122.; Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1124.; Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1124.[↑]
  8. Marriage to unknown: Postulated on the basis of a child cited in the Laurentian Chronicle p. 280.[↑]
  9. Baumgarten, “"Généalogies,"” table III.[↑]
  10. N. de Baumgarten, “"Pervaja vetv′ knjazei Galitskix′,"” Letopis′ istoriko–rodoslovnago obščestva v Moskve 4 (1908): 6.[↑]
  11. See Table 4 in Section 1. Alternately, the child is cited in Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1140 for one example.[↑]