Volodymyrko Volodarovych

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Volodymyrko Volodarovych (Volodymyrko Volodarevych, Ukrainian: Володимирко Володарович, Russian: Владимир Володаревич (Владимирко), Vladimir Volodarevich "Vladimirko") (* 1104 - † 1152) was a Galician prince (from 1141, according to others from 1144), son of Volodar Rostyslavych.

In 1124 became Zvenyhorod prince, and in 1129, after the death of his brother Rostyslav, captured Peremyshl.

Gradually united Peremyshl, Zvenyhorod, Halych and Terebovlia land at one Principality of Halych. The capital of the principality was moved to Halych in 1141 (according to others in 1144), occupied after the death of his nephew Ivan.

Tried to unite under his authority and Volyn principality, but to fight for them with the Kiev Prince Vsevolod II Olgovichs failed. Ally performed by Yuri Dolgorukiy in its struggle against the Kyiv Prince Izyaslav Mstyslavych and helped win Kyiv.

In alliance with the Byzantine Emperor Manuel Comnenus he led the long struggle against the Kingdom of Hungary. In 1152 signed a peace treaty with Hungarian king Gejza.

He had a son: Yaroslav Osmomysl prince of Halych.

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Regnal titles
Preceded by
Prince of Halych
1141 — 1153
Succeeded by
Yaroslav Osmomysl