King of Rus', later Ruthenian king of Galicia-Volhynia (Latin: Rex Rusiae, Rex Galiciae et Lodomeriae) was a title of the monarch of Kievan Rus' and the Rus' kingdom, which granted by the Roman Pope.
List of kings of Rus' 
Kings of Kievan Rus' 
Kings of Rus' kingdom 
- Danylo I of Halych, king of Rus' (1253–1264).
- Lev I of Halych, king of Rus' (1293–1301), moved the capital from Kholm to Lviv in 1272.
- Yuri I of Halych, prince of Halych-Volhynia (1301–1308)
- Andrew II of Halych and Lev II of Halych, the last Ruthenian princes of Halych-Volhynia (died 1323)
- Boleslav Yuri II of Halych, Mazovian-Ruthenian prince of Halych-Volhynia (1325–1340), ruled with Maria, Andrew's and Leo's II sister.
- Liubartas, Lithuanian prince of Halych (1340–1349) and prince of Volhynia (1323–1366), prince of eastern Volhynia (1366–1384).
After the death of Boleslav-Yuri II of Halych, Galicia was gradually annexed by the Kingdom of Poland, between 1340 and 1366, during the reign of Casimir III of Poland.
Kings of Galicia and Lodomeria 
- Andrew II of Hungary, the son of Béla III of Hungary, the first nominal king of Galicia who, as a Hungarian prince, reigned from 1188 to 1190.
- Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria (Kálmán), the first king of Galicia and Lodomeria, lat. Rex Galiciae et Lodomeriae (1215–1219) and his wife Salomea of Poland, Reges Galiciae et Lodomeriae
- Andrew (András), the younger brother of Coloman, Hungarian prince, king of Galicia and Lodomeria (1219–1221)
- Kings of Poland, 1387–1569
- Kings of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1569–1772
- Maria Theresa of Austria Holy Roman Empress, 1772–1780
- Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1780–1790
- Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1790–1792
- Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1792–1835
- Ferdinand I of Austria, 1835–1848
- Franz Joseph I of Austria, 1848–1916
- Charles I of Austria, 1916–1918