Ievfrosina (Euphrosyne) Mstislavna Rurikova, Princess of Kiev

Ievfrosina (Euphrosyne) Mstislavna Rurikova, Princess of Kiev

Vrouwelijk 1130 - ca. 1193  (63 jaar)

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  1. 1.  Ievfrosina (Euphrosyne) Mstislavna Rurikova, Princess of KievIevfrosina (Euphrosyne) Mstislavna Rurikova, Princess of Kiev was born in 1130 in Kiev, Ukraine (dochter van Mstislav (Harald) Vladimirovich "Belikiy" Monomach, Grand Prince of Kiev en Liubava Dmitrievna Zawidicz); stierf circa 1193inJerusalem , Israel.

    Aantekeningen:

    Euphrosyne of Kiev, (c. 1130 ? c. 1193), Queen Consort of Hungary.

    Euphrosyne was the first daughter of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev and his second wife, Liubava Dmitrievna. In 1146, she was married to King G

    Ievfrosina getrouwd Géza II Árpád, Magyar kir in 1146. Géza (zoon van Béla II "the Blind" (Vak Béla) Árpád, Magyar király en Jelena (Ilona) Vukanovi, Magyar kir) was born in 1130 in Tolna (Tolnau), Tolna, Magyarország (Hungary); stierf on 31 mei 1162; was begraven inSzékesfehérvár Basilica, Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Magyarország (Hungary). [Gezinsblad]

    Kinderen:
    1. Stephen III (István) Árpád, Magyar kir was born in jun 1147; stierf on 4 mrt 1172; was begraven inEsztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary.
    2. Béla III, Magyar király was born in 1148; stierf on 23 apr 1196; was begraven inMatthias Church, Budapest, Magyarország (Hungary).
    3. Elisabeth (Erzsébet) Árpád was born circa 1149; stierf na 1189.
    4. Géza was born circa 1150; stierf vóór 1210inJerusalem , Israel.
    5. Odola
    6. Ilona (Helena), princess of Hungary was born circa 1158 in Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary; stierf on 25 mei 1199.

Generatie: 2

  1. 2.  Mstislav (Harald) Vladimirovich "Belikiy" Monomach, Grand Prince of KievMstislav (Harald) Vladimirovich "Belikiy" Monomach, Grand Prince of Kiev was born on 1 jun 1076 in Turov, Belarus (zoon van Saint Vladimir II Monomach, Grand Prince of Rus en Gytha (Gyda, Gy, Princess Of England); stierf on 14 apr 1132inKiev, Ukraine.

    Aantekeningen:

    MSTISLAV Vladimirovich, son of VLADIMIR Vsevolodich "Monomakh" Grand Prince of Kiev & his first wife [Gytha of England] (1076-Kiev 14 Apr 1132). The Primary Chronicle records the birth of Mstislav, son of Vladimir, grandson of Vsevolod, in 1076. Morkinskinna records that ?Haraldr Valdimarsson? was the son of ?Valdimarr? and ?Edith the daughter of Harold Godwinsson?. He was appointed Prince of Novgorod by his grandfather in 1088, Prince of Rostov 1093, and restored as Prince of Novgorod 1095. He was transferred to Pereyaslavl 1117 by his father. He succeeded his father in 1125 as MSTISLAV I "the Great" Grand Prince of Kiev. m firstly (1095) CHRISTINE of Sweden, daughter of INGE I Stenkilson King of Sweden & his first wife Helena --- (-18 Jan 1122). Morkinskinna records that ?Haraldr Valdimarsson? married ?Kristin, the daughter of King Ingi Steinkelsson king of the Swedes?. Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by a charter dated 1194/95, reciting the consanguinity between Philippe II King of France and his second wife Ingebj

    Mstislav getrouwd Liubava Dmitrievna Zawidicz in 1122inKiev, Ukraine. Liubava was born in 1090 in Novgorod, Rossija (Russia, Rusland); stierf in 1168inKiev, Ukraine. [Gezinsblad]


  2. 3.  Liubava Dmitrievna Zawidicz was born in 1090 in Novgorod, Rossija (Russia, Rusland); stierf in 1168inKiev, Ukraine.

    Aantekeningen:



    http://mypages.allwest.com/~rognan/genealogy/pafg205.htm#16883
    Lyubava Dmitrievna

    Lyubava Dmitrievna [Grand Duchess O-16883 [Parents] was born about 1100 in Of, Novgorod, Novgorod, Russia. She died after 1168 in Kiev, Ukraine. She married Mstislav I, Grand Kiev-3871 in 1122 in Of Novgorod, Novgorod, Russia.

    They had the following children:

    F i Evfrosiniya Princess Of Kiev [Queen Of Hungar-16780 was born in 1130. She died in 1186.
    M ii Mr. Vladimir Grand Duke Kiev-16884 was born in 1131/1132. He died on 30 May 1174.
    M iii Yurij I "Dolgorukij" of Kiev-56802 was born about 1091. He died .

    Kinderen:
    1. 1. Ievfrosina (Euphrosyne) Mstislavna Rurikova, Princess of Kiev was born in 1130 in Kiev, Ukraine; stierf circa 1193inJerusalem , Israel.
    2. Vladimir III Mstislavich, Grand prince of Kiev was born in 1132 in Kiev, Ukraine; stierf on 30 mei 1171.


Generatie: 3

  1. 4.  Saint Vladimir II Monomach, Grand Prince of RusSaint Vladimir II Monomach, Grand Prince of Rus was born on 26 mei 1053 in Kiev, Ukraine (zoon van Vsevolod Yaroslavich, prince of Kiev en Irene Maria (Anastasia) Monomachos, princess of Bizantiou); stierf on 19 mei 1125inKiev, Ukraine; was begraven inSaint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev, Kiev, Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine.

    Aantekeningen:

    Vladimir II Monomakh ( Russian: ???????? ???????; Ukrainian: ????????? ???????; Christian name Vasiliy, or Basileios) (1053 ? May 19, 1125) was a famous Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kievan Rus'.

    He was the son of Vsevolod I (married in 1046) and Anastasia of Byzantium (d. 1067). Her father which some give as Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos, is not attested in any reliable primary source.

    Eupraxia of Kiev, a sister of Vladimir, became notorious all over Europe for her divorce from the Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV on the grounds that he had attempted a black mass on her naked body.

    In his famous Instruction (also known as The Testament) to his own children, Monomakh mentions that he conducted 83 military campaigns and 19 times made peace with the Polovtsi. At first he waged war against the steppe jointly with his cousin Oleg, but after Vladimir was sent by his father to rule Chernigiv and Oleg made peace with the Polovtsi to retake that city from him, they parted company. Since that time, Vladimir and Oleg were bitter enemies who would often engage in internecine wars. The enmity continued among their children and more distant posterity.

    From 1094, his chief patrimony was the southern town of Pereyaslav, although he also controlled Rostov, Suzdal, and other northern provinces. In these lands he founded several towns, notably his namesake, Vladimir, the future capital of Russia. In order to unite the princes of Rus' in their struggle against the Great Steppe, Vladimir initiated three princely congresses, the most important being held at Lyubech in 1097 and Dolobsk in 1103.

    When Sviatopolk II died in 1113, the Kievan populace revolted and summoned Vladimir to the capital. The same year he entered Kiev to the great delight of the crowd and reigned there until his death in 1125. As may be seen from his Instruction, he promulgated a number of reforms in order to allay the social tensions in the capital. These years saw the last flowering of Ancient Rus, which was torn apart 10 years after his death.

    Vladimir Monomakh is buried in the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev. Succeeding generations often referred to his reign as the golden age of that city. Numerous legends are connected with Monomakh's name, including the transfer from Constantinople to Rus of such precious relics as the Theotokos of Vladimir and the Vladimir/Muscovite crown called Monomakh's Cap.

    Marriages and children:

    Vladimir was married three times. His first wife was Gytha of Wessex, daughter of Harold of England who fell at Hastings and Edith Swannesha. They had at least five children:

    -Mstislav I of Kiev (1 June 1076 - 14 April 1132).

    -Izyaslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Kursk (c. 1077 - 6 September 1096).

    -Svyatoslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Smolensk and

    Pereyaslav (c. 1080 - 16 March 1114).

    -Yaropolk II of Kiev (1082 - 18 February 1139).

    -Viacheslav I of Kiev (1083 - 2 February 1154).

    The following daughter has been attributed to both the first and the second wife:

    -Marina Vladimirovna (d. 1146). Married Leon Diogenes. A pretender to the throne of the Byzantine Empire, claiming to be a son of Romanos IV. Rose to the rank of khan of the Cumans in Ossetia.

    The second wife is considered to have been a Byzantine noblewoman. The Primary Chronicle records her date of death on 7 May 1107. However the Chronicle does not mention her name. They had at least six children:

    -Roman Vladimirovych, Prince of Volhynia (d. 6 January 1119).

    -Eufemia of Kiev (d. 4 April 1139). Married Coloman of Hungary.

    -Eupraxia of Kiev Vladimirovna (d. 1109).

    -Agafia Vladimirovna. Married Vsevolod Davidovich, Prince of Gorodno. Her husband was a son of Davyd Igorevych, Prince of Volhynia (d. 1113).

    -Yuri Dolgoruki (d. 15 May 1157).

    -Andryi Vladimirovych, Prince of Volhynia (11 July 1102 - 1141).

    His third marriage is thought to have been to a daughter of Aepa Ocenevich, Khan of the Cumans. Her paternal grandfather was Osen. Her people belonged to the Kipchaks, a confederation of pastoralists and warriors of Turkic origin.

    However the Primary Chronicle identifies Aepa as father-in-law to Yuri Dolgoruki. With Vladimir negotiating the marriage in name of his son. Whether father and son married sisters or the identity of intended groom was misadentified is unclear.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_II_Monomakh

    Vladimir getrouwd Gytha (Gyda, Gy, Princess Of England. Gytha (dochter van Harold II Godwinsson, King of England en Edyth Swannesha) was born in 1053 in London, England, Great Britain; stierf on 5 feb 1107inKiev, Ukraine. [Gezinsblad]


  2. 5.  Gytha (Gyda, Gy, Princess Of England was born in 1053 in London, England, Great Britain (dochter van Harold II Godwinsson, King of England en Edyth Swannesha); stierf on 5 feb 1107inKiev, Ukraine.

    Aantekeningen:

    According to Saxo Grammaticus, two of Harold's sons and a daughter escaped to the court of their uncle, king Sweyn Estridsson of Denmark. They were treated by Sweyn with hospitality, while their sister was married to Waldemar, king of Ruthenia, i.e. Vladimir II Monomakh, one of the most famous rulers of Kievan Rus.

    Gytha was the mother of Mstislav the Great, the last ruler of united Kievan Rus. In the Norse sagas, Mstislav is called Harald after his grandfather. The pateric of St Pantaleon Cloister in Cologne says that "Gytha the Queen" died as a nun on 10 March.

    It is assumed that she followed Godfrey of Bouillon in the first Crusade and died in Palestine, most likely in 1098, as a year later Vladimir Monomakh married another woman.Gyda, daughter of Harold Godwinsson and Eadgyth Swanneshals

    http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLAND,%20AngloSaxon%20&%20Danish%20Kings.htm#HaroldIIdied1066B

    GYTHA ([1050/55]-). Gytha is named as King Harold's daughter in Fagrskinna, which also states that she married "Valldimar Konongr sun Iarozl

    Kinderen:
    1. 2. Mstislav (Harald) Vladimirovich "Belikiy" Monomach, Grand Prince of Kiev was born on 1 jun 1076 in Turov, Belarus; stierf on 14 apr 1132inKiev, Ukraine.
    2. Izyaslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Kursk was born circa 1077; stierf on 6 sep 1096.
    3. Svyatoslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Smolensk and Pereyaslav was born circa 1080; stierf on 16 mrt 1114.
    4. Yaropolk II Vladimirovich Monomach, Grand Prince of Kiev was born in 1082; stierf on 18 feb 1139.
    5. Viacheslav Vladimirovich, Grand Prince of Kiev was born in 1083; stierf on 2 feb 1154; was begraven inSaint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev, Kiev, Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine.
    6. Yuri Dolgoruki was born circa 1099; stierf on 15 mei 1157.
    7. Marina Vladimirovna stierf in 1146.


Generatie: 4

  1. 8.  Vsevolod Yaroslavich, prince of KievVsevolod Yaroslavich, prince of Kiev was born circa 1030 in Kiev, Ukraine (zoon van Yaroslav "Mudriy" Vladimirovich, Grand prince of Kiev en Ingegerd Olafsdotter, Prinsesse av Sverige); stierf on 13 apr 1093inKiev, Ukraine; was begraven inSaint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev, Kiev, Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine.

    Aantekeningen:

    From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Russia Rurikid:

    http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#VsevolodIaroslavichdied1093B

    VSEVOLOD Iaroslavich, son of IAROSLAV I "Mudriy/the Wise" Grand Prince of Kiev & his second wife Ingigerd Olafsdottir of Sweden (1030-13 Apr 1093, bur Kiev, Church of St Sophia).

    The Primary Chronicle records the birth of Vsevolod "a fourth son" to Vladimir in 1030[335]. Snorre names "Valdemar, Vissivald and Holte the Bold" as the children of "King Jarisleif" & his wife[336].

    In accordance with the terms of his father's testament, he succeeded in 1054 as Prince of Pereyaslavl, the territory including Rostov, the whole Volga, Oka and Klazma river basin and the region of Bielooziero[337].

    He was defeated [1062] by the Kuman [Cumans], in their first attack against Rus. He was forced out of Pereyaslavl and retreated to Kiev[338].

    He was appointed to succeed his brother Sviatoslav as Prince of Chernigov in 1073.

    He succeeded his brother in 1076 as VSEVOLOD I Grand Prince of Kiev, but was deposed in 1077 by his older brother Iziaslav.

    His nephew Oleg Sviatoslavich claimed Chernigov after the death of his father Sviatoslav, but was expelled by Vsevolod in Apr 1078. Oleg returned with support from the Kuman [Cumans] to take Chernigov by force, defeating Vsevolod on the river Sozh, east of Pereyaslavl, 25 Aug 1078[339]. Prince Vsevolod thereupon sought support from his brother Iziaslav, and they defeated Oleg 3 Oct 1078 at Nezhatin Meadow near Chernigov, where Prince Iziaslav was killed[340].

    Vsevolod was restored once more as Grand Prince of Kiev in 1078 after Prince Iziaslav's death.

    The Primary Chronicle records the death 13 Apr 1093 of Vsevolod son of Yaroslav and his place of burial[341].

    m firstly (1046) [MARIA] [Irina], daughter of [--- Monomachos] & his wife --- ([1030/35]-1067).

    The Primary Chronicle refers to the wife of Vsevolod as "the Greek princess" but does not name her or give her origin[342]. The primary source which states her name has not yet been identified. She and her marriage are not referred to in Greek sources.

    No doubt her belonging to the Monomachos family has been assumed, firstly because her son is generally known as "Vladimir Monomakh" and secondly because Emperor Konstantinos IX Monomachos ruled in Byzantium at the date of her marriage, but no information has been found to corroborate this relationship.

    It is unlikely that she was the daughter of Emperor Konstantinos himself as he is not recorded in Greek sources as having had children by any of his wives or mistresses, although her birth date range (estimated from the birth of her son in 1053) would be consistent with her having been the daughter of his second marriage. In particular, Psellos mentions no children in his detailed review of the events of the emperor

    Vsevolod getrouwd Irene Maria (Anastasia) Monomachos, princess of Bizantiou in 1046inIstanbul, Marmara, Turkey. Irene (dochter van Konstantinos IX Monomachos, Autokratos tou Bizantiou en Helena Skleraina) was born in 1035 in Istanbul, Marmara, Turkey; stierf in nov 1067inKiev, Ukraine. [Gezinsblad]


  2. 9.  Irene Maria (Anastasia) Monomachos, princess of Bizantiou was born in 1035 in Istanbul, Marmara, Turkey (dochter van Konstantinos IX Monomachos, Autokratos tou Bizantiou en Helena Skleraina); stierf in nov 1067inKiev, Ukraine.
    Kinderen:
    1. 4. Saint Vladimir II Monomach, Grand Prince of Rus was born on 26 mei 1053 in Kiev, Ukraine; stierf on 19 mei 1125inKiev, Ukraine; was begraven inSaint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev, Kiev, Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine.

  3. 10.  Harold II Godwinsson, King of EnglandHarold II Godwinsson, King of England was born circa 1022 in Northumberland, England, United Kingdom (zoon van Godwine Wulfnothsson, Earl of Wessex en Gytha (Godwin, Gida) Thorgilsdatter); stierf on 14 okt 1066inHastings, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom; was begraven inWaltham Abbey, Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, England, United Kingdom.

    Andere gebeurtenissen:

    • : 25 sep 1066, Stamford Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom; Battle of Stamford Bridge

    Aantekeningen:

    Harold Godwinson (c. 1022 ? 14 October 1066) also known as Harold II, was the last Anglo-Saxon King of England before the Norman Conquest.

    Married: Ealdgyth, Gryffydd's widow, they had one son Harold

    Mistress: Eadgyth Swanneshals (Edith Swan-neck), seven children by her or another mistress (see below)

    LINKS

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Godwinson

    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harald_Godwinson

    http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harald_II_av_England

    http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLAND,%20AngloSaxon%20nobility.htm#HaroldIIdied1066A

    http://www.walthamabbeychurch.co.uk/history.htm

    MEDIEVAL LANDS

    HAROLD Godwinson, son of GODWIN Earl of Wessex & his wife Gytha of Denmark ([1022/25]-killed in battle Hastings 14 Oct 1066, bur [Waltham Abbey]). His parentage is confirmed in several places in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle[2030]. He was created Earl of the East Angles, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire in 1044 by King Edward "the Confessor". King Edward granted him part of the earldom of his brother Svein, after the latter was outlawed following his seduction of the Abbess of Leominster. After joining his father's threatened armed rebellion against the king in 1051, he fled to Ireland with his brother Leofwine[2031]. He returned from Ireland the following year and joined forces with his father[2032]. Harold was appointed to succeed his father as Earl of Wessex in 1053, his own earldom of the East Angles passing to

    Harold getrouwd Edyth Swannesha in 1045. Edyth was born circa 1025 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom; stierf in 1086. [Gezinsblad]


  4. 11.  Edyth SwanneshaEdyth Swannesha was born circa 1025 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom; stierf in 1086.

    Aantekeningen:

    dith Swannesha (Old English: Ealdg?

    Kinderen:
    1. Godwin was born in 1049.
    2. Edmund was born in 1049.
    3. Magnus was born in 1051.
    4. Gunhild was born in 1055; stierf in 1097.
    5. 5. Gytha (Gyda, Gy, Princess Of England was born in 1053 in London, England, Great Britain; stierf on 5 feb 1107inKiev, Ukraine.