Roman I of Kiev

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Roman Rostislavich (Cyrillic: Роман Ростиславич) (died 1180), Prince of Smolensk (1160–1172, 1177–1180), Grand Prince of Kiev (1171–1173, 1175–1177) and Prince of Novgorod (1178–1179). He was the son of Rostislav Mstislavich.

Temporarily installed as Grand Prince of Kiev in July 1171, he was quickly replace by Andrey Bogolyubsky's brother, Mikhail of Vladimir.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Contest for the "Kievan Succession" (1155-1175): The Religious-Ecclesiastical Dimension, Jaroslaw Pelenski, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, Vol. 12/13, Proceedings of the International Congress Commemorating the Millennium of Christianity in Rus'-Ukraine (1988/1989), 776.


Succession[edit]

Roman Rostislavich
Rurikovich
Died: 1180
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Rostislav Mstislavich
Prince of Smolensk
1160–1172
Succeeded by
Iaropolk Romanovich
Preceded by
Mstislav Rostislavich "The Brave"
Prince of Smolensk
1177–1180
Succeeded by
Davyd Rostislavich
Preceded by
Iaropolk Rostislavich
Prince of Novgorod
1178–1179
Succeeded by
Mstislav Rostislavich "The Brave"
Preceded by
Mikhail I
Grand Prince of Kiev
1171–1173
Succeeded by
Vsevolod III
Preceded by
Yaroslav II
Grand Prince of Kiev
1175–1177
Succeeded by
Sviatoslav III