Yuri I of Galicia

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King's seal of Yuri I of Halych (reign: 1301–1308) "S[igillum] Domini Georgi Regis Rusie", "S[igillum] Domini Georgi Ducis Ladimerie".

Yuri I of Galicia (April 24, 1252 (1257?) – March 18, 1308) was prince of the Duchy of Belz (1264–1301) and King of Galicia-Volhynia or King of Rus' (1301–1308).

He was a son of Lev Daniilovich (Knyaz of Galich, 1269–1301) and Constance of Hungary, a daughter of King Béla IV and Maria Laskarina.

He married three times. His first wife was Yaroslavna of Tver (died ca. 1286). His second wife was Euphemia of Kuyavia (died 18 March 1308), daughter of Casimir I of Kuyavia, who in turn was the son of Konrad of Masovia, Kuyavia, Łęczyca, and Sieradz.

Family[edit]

Sons

  • Mikhail (1283–1286) (first marriage)
  • Andrew of Galicia, Prince of Galicia-Volhynia (1308–1323)
  • Lev II, Prince of Lutsk (1308–1323)

Daughters

Ancestry[edit]

See also[edit]

Yuri I of Galicia
Born: c. 1252 Died: 18 March 1308
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Lev I of Galicia
King of Galicia-Volhynia
1301–1308
Succeeded by
Andrew of Galicia and Lev II of Galicia

External links[edit]

  • Worldroots (Note: All names are spelled in German)