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Zvenyhorod Principality was a historical state which existed in the XI-XIII centuries on the west of modern Ukraine with the capital in Zvenyhorod. In 1349, Principality became part of Polish Kingdom.
Around the year of 1084, the principalities of Zvenigorod, Terebovlia and Peremyshl were founded within the Principality of Volhynia. Zvenigorod went to Volodar Rostislavich, the others to his brothers.
- Ипатьевская летопись. В лето 6652
- Галицко-Волынская летопись
- Іван КРИП’ЯКЕВИЧ. ГАЛИЦЬКО-ВОЛИНСЬКЕ КНЯЗІВСТВО
- (in Polish) Dźwinogród in the Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland, volume II (Derenek — Gżack) published 1881, S. 310. (in Polish)