Vladimir III Mstislavich

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Vladimir III Mstislavich (Владимир III Мстиславич in Russian) (1132–1173), Prince of: Dorogobuzh (1150–1154, 1170–1171), Vladimir and Volyn (1154–1157), Slutsk (1162), Tripolye (1162–1168) and Grand Prince of Kiev (1171). He was the son of Mstislav I Vladimirovich, grandson of Vladimir Monomakh. Due to his brief rule, he is omitted from some lists of the princes of Kiev.

He was son of Mstislav I from his second marriage from unknown daughter of Dymitr Zawidowicz. According to Latopis kijowski Vladimir was born between 1 March 1131 and 29 February 1132.

He kept excellent ties with Hungary and Serbia. In 1150 he married the daughter of Serbia's Beloš Vukanović. According to old Russian annals, her titular name was enscribed as "Banovna".

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Vladimir III Mstislavich
Rurikovich
Born: 1132 Died: 1173
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Rostislav I
Grand Prince of Kiev
1154–1171
Succeeded by
Sviatoslav III
Preceded by
Gleb I
Grand Prince of Kiev Succeeded by
Michael I