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VLADIMIR IGORYEVICH (ca 1170 - 1212)


He was the son of Igor Svyatoslavich, appanage prince of Novgorod-Severia and a daughter of Yaroslav Vladimirovich Osmomisl, appanage prince of Galich. He married about in 1187 with a daughter of Konchak, Polovtsi Khan, while a prisoner as a result of the ill-fated campaign of his father celebrated in the "Tale of the Host of Igor" (or Lay of the Warfare waged by Igor). Their sons were Izyaslav, prince of Kyiv and Vsyevolod, crown prince or prince of Putivl. Vladimir appears on this family chart.


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