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  1. Boleslaw III "Crooked Mouth" Prince of Poland: Birth: 20 AUG 1085 TO ABT 1084 in of, Krakbow, Krakbow, Poland. Death: 28 OCT 1138


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a. Note:   {geni:occupation} велик княз на Киевска Рус (1054-1068, 1069-1973 и 1077-1078), Duke of Poland, Hertug
b. Note:   Name Prefix:<NPFX> Duke Name Suffix:<NSFX> I, Of Poland
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c. Note:   [From "The Great Dynasties", retrieved 13 Aug 07] Boleslaw was expelled in a later revolt and replaced by his weak brother, Wladyslaw Herman (b. 1043; d. 1102), ruled 1079 - 1102. Wladyslaw distanced himself from any involvement in the east and it is during this period that the Ruthenians colonised the lands of the Dniester and the San and we see the growth of Halicz.
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d. Note:   From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wladislaus I on Jan Matejko's paintingWladislaus I Herman (PolishWladyslaw I Herman, also seen as Ladislaus, Ladislas or Vladislav)(1040-1102), duke of Poland, was the son of Casimir I of Poland, dukeof Poland. He was the brother of Boleslaus II, the Bold, King ofPoland. He took the Polish throne in 1079 when Boleslaus II died, but resignedthe royal title and supported Henry IV in a bid to restore peace. Wladislaus Herman was first married to Judith of Bohemia, then toJudith of Swabia, the daughter of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor. Wladislaus and Judith of Swabia had a daughter named Agnes ofGandersheim.
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e. Note:   Wladislaus I Herman of Poland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wladislaus I Herman (Polish: Wladyslaw I Herman, also seen as Ladislaus, Ladislas or Vladislav) (1040-1102), duke of Poland, was the son of Casimir I of Poland, duke of Poland. He was the brother of Boleslaus II, the Bold, King of Poland. He took the Polish throne in 1079 when Boleslaus II died, but resigned the royal title and supported Henry IV in a bid to restore peace. Wladislaus Herman was first married to Judith of Bohemia, then to Judith of Swabia, the daughter of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor. Wladislaus and Judith of Swabia had a daughter named Agnes of Gandersheim.
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f. Note:   GIVN Wladyslaw I (Herman) SURN von Polen NSFX Duke of Poland REPO @REPO80@ TITL World Family Tree Vol. 11, Ed. 1 AUTH Brøderbund Software, Inc. PUBL Release date: July 1, 1997 ABBR World Family Tree Vol. 11, Ed. 1 Customer pedigree. Source Media Type: Family Archive CD PAGE Tree #3804 DATA TEXT Date of Import: 18 Dez 1998 REPO @REPO80@ TITL World Family Tree Vol. 11, Ed. 1 AUTH Brøderbund Software, Inc. PUBL Release date: July 1, 1997 ABBR World Family Tree Vol. 11, Ed. 1 Customer pedigree. Source Media Type: Family Archive CD PAGE Tree #3804 DATA TEXT Date of Import: 18 Dez 1998 _PRIMARY Y REPO @REPO80@ TITL World Family Tree Vol. 11, Ed. 1 AUTH Brøderbund Software, Inc. PUBL Release date: July 1, 1997 ABBR World Family Tree Vol. 11, Ed. 1 Customer pedigree. Source Media Type: Family Archive CD PAGE Tree #3804 DATA TEXT Date of Import: 18 Dez 1998 DATE 9 SEP 2000 TIME 13:17:48
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g. Note:   Hertug. Født 1043. Død 1102. Hertug av Polen 1081 - 1102.
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h. Note:   Hertug av Polen 1080 - 1102. Vladislaw [Ladislaus] overtok regjeringen i 1080 efter at hans bror Boleslaus II hadde blitt jaget bort. Da hans første hustru, Judith, døde kort tid etter Boleslaus III's fødsel, ble forholdet til Böhmen bittert, og Polen måtte senere betale tributt. Han søkte da støtte hos keiser Heinrich IV. Senere inngikk han ekteskap med keiserens søster, Jutta, men ekteskapet ble barnløst. Heldigst var han i sine tog mot Pommern 1081-90 og 1092-99, men ellers var hans styre urolig. Den opprørske adel innkalte hans uekte sønn Zbigniev mot ham. I kampen seiret Vladislaw, og Zbigniev ble en tid holdt fanget. I 1097 ble landene delt i tre, hvorav han selv beholdt de viktigste borgene, men han ga Zbigniev og sin ekte sønn, Boleslaus, hver en del. Ettter hans død seiret Boleslaus III over Zbigniev og blindet ham.
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i. Note:   The Laurentian Chronicle describes Izyaslav thusly: He "was a man fair of appearance and imposing in stature, not malicious in temper, but a hater of injustice and a lover of rectitude. In him there was no guile, for he was a simp
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Note:   le man who did not render evil for evil." His reign was one of the most troubles of all the Yaroslavichi in Kyiv. He was driven from the city twice, regaining his throne each time with the aid of other's troops. Finally, he was the only one of the Rurikid princes to die in battle with his relatives. The menacing clouds of an imminent storm were gathering on the horizon of the Asiatic steppes. The Polovtsi came up into the Pereyaslavl region in 1055 but Prince Vsyevolod Yaroslavich came to terms with them and they threatened Russia only in 1061. The Chronicle derides the morays of the Polovtsi; they ate raw meat, drank the blood of the freshly slaughtered herds, and also drank the mare's milk. In 1061 under the command of their Prince Sekala, they suddenly burst into regions of Russia, attacked Vsyevolod, thrashed him and returned to the Don with their loot. From this event begins the period of misery. The people's attention was focused on a comet and many other unexplained occurrences.
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j. Note:   Name Prefix:<NPFX> Grand Prince Name Suffix:<NSFX> I, Of Kiev
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k. Note:   Iziaslav of Kiev From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search Iziaslav Yaroslavich (1024-1078), Kniaz' (Prince) of Turaw, Velikii Kniaz (the Grand Prince) of Kiev (since 1054), the oldest son of Yaroslav I the Wise. Iziaslav was one of the authors of "Pravda Yaroslavichey" - a part of the first Russian legal code called Russkaya Pravda. In 1043 his father Velikii Kniaz (Grand Prince) Yaroslav made an agreement with King Casimir I of Poland that recognized Cherven as part of Kiev. The agreement was sealed with a double marriage—Casimir to Dobronega, Yaroslav's sister; and Iziaslav to Gertrude, Casimir's sister. From this marriage was born Iziaslav's son Yaropolk. His other son, Sviatopolk, was illegitimate. As a result of the popular uprising in 1068, Iziaslav was deposed and fled to Poland. In 1069 he retook Kiev with the help the Polish army, however, he was ousted again by his brothers in 1073. Iziaslav turned to German emperor, Polish king and the Pope for help on several occasions. In 1077 he succeeded in retaking Kiev once again, but soon died in an internecine war against princes Oleg Svyatoslavich and Boris Vyacheslavich. Preceded by: Yaroslav I Prince of Kiev and Turaw {{{years}}} Succeeded by: Vseslav of Polotsk Preceded by: Vseslav of Polotsk Prince of Kiev and Turaw {{{years}}} Succeeded by: Sviatoslav II of Kiev Preceded by: Sviatoslav II of Kiev Prince of Kiev and Turaw {{{years}}} Succeeded by: Vsevolod I of Kiev [edit] Sources Martin, Janet. Medieval Russia, 980-1584 (Cambridge Medieval Textbooks)
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l. Note:   Iziaslav is also styled as Kniaz (Prince) of Turaw, Veliki Kniaz (theG rand Prince) of Kiev (since 1054), the oldest son of Yaroslav I the Wi se. Iziaslav was one of the authors of "Pravda Yaroslavichey" - a par t of the first Rus
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Note:   sian legal code called Russkaya Pravda. In 1043 hisf ather Veliki Kniaz (Grand Prince) Yaroslav made an agreement with Kin g Casimir I of Poland that recognized Cherven as part of Kiev. The agr eement was sealed with a double marriage—Casimir to Dobronega, Yarosla v's sister; and Iziaslav to Gertrude, Casimir's sister. From this marr iage was born Iziaslav's son Yaropolk. His other son, Sviatopolk, wasi llegitimate. As a result of the popular uprising in 1068, Iziaslav was deposed andf led to Poland. In 1069 he retook Kiev with the help the Polish army,ho wever, he was ousted again by his brothers in 1073. Iziaslav turnedto German emperor, Polish king and the Pope for help on several occasions . In 1077 he succeeded in retaking Kiev once again, but soon died in a n internecine war against princes Oleg Sviatoslavich and Boris Viaches lavich.
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m. Note:   Storfyrste av Kijev [Kiev] 1054-68, 1069-73 og 1076-78. Izyaslav [Yziaslav] levde som landflyktig i Polen i 1068-69 og 1073-76. Han ble drept i 1078.
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n. Note:   He was deposed 1068-1069, 1073-1076.
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o. Note:   From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Iziaslav Yaroslavich (1024-1078), Prince of Turaw, Grand Prince ofKiev (since 1054), the oldest son of Yaroslav I the Wise. Iziaslav wasone of the authors of "Pravda Yaroslavichey" - a part of the firstRussian legal code called Russkaya Pravda. As a result of the popularuprising in 1068, Iziaslav was deposed and fled to Poland. In 1069 heretook Kiev with the help the Polish army, however, he was oustedagain by his brothers in 1073. Iziaslav turned to German emperor,Polish king and the Pope for help on several occasions. In 1077 hesucceeded in retaking Kiev once again, but soon died in an internecinewar against princes Oleg Svyatoslavich and Boris Vyacheslavich.
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