Gleb of Kiev

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Gleb Yuryevich (Глеб Юрьевич in Russian) (died 1171), Prince of Kursk (1147), Kaniv (1149), Pereyaslavl (1155–1169) and Grand Prince of Kiev (1169, 1170–1171). He was a son of Yuri Dolgorukiy.

In popular culture[edit]

He appears in Louis L'Amour's historical novel The Walking Drum.

Preceded by
Mstislav II
Grand Prince of Kiev
1169
1170–1171
Succeeded by
Vladimir