Rostislavich

Rostislavich

Knyaz Rostislavich (Ростиславич) or Knyaz Rostislavovich (Ростиславович) (literally: "son of Rostislav") may refer to one of the following persons.

*Yaropolk III Rostislavich (11XX - 1182?), a Russian Veliky Knyaz (Grand Prince) between 1174 and 1175, knayz of Suzdal. He was nephew of Andrei I Bogolyubsky

*Mstislav Rostislavich Eyless (Мстислав Ростиславич Безокий) (?-1178), knyaz of Novgorod, son of Suzdal knyaz Rostislav Yuryevich (Ростислав Юрьевич)

*Gleb Rostislavich (Глеб Ростиславич) - (?-1177), kniaz of Ryazan, son of Rostislav Yaroslavich

*Mstislav Rostislavich the Brave (Мстислав Ростиславич Храбрый) - (1180), knyaz of Novgorod and Smolensk, son of Rostislav Mstislavich (Ростислав Мстиславич) of Smolensk
*David Rostislavich (Давид Ростиславич) (1140 - 1197) - Smolensk kniaz, son of Rostislav Mstislavich (Ростислав Мстиславич) of Smolensk
* Konstantin Rostislavich (Константин Ростиславович) (12??-12??)- Smolensk kniaz, son of Rostislav Mstislavich (Ростислав Мстиславич) of Smolensk
*Theodor Rostislavich Black (Феодор Ростиславич Черный) (?-1298)- saint, kniaz of Smolensk and Yaroslavl, son of Rostislav Mstislavich (Ростислав Мстиславич) of Smolensk

*Rurick Rostislavich (Vassily Rostislavich) (Рюрик-Василий Ростиславич) (?-1215), Veliky Kniaz of Kiev, son of Veliky Kniaz of Kiev Rostislav Mikhailovich (Ростислав Михайлович), grandson of Vladimir Monomakh

*Svyatoslav Rostislavich (Святослав Ростиславич) (?-1170) - Novgorod knyaz, son of Veliky Kniaz Rostislav Mikhailovich of Kiev

* Volodar Vladimir Rostislavich (Володарь-Владимир Ростиславич) (?-1124)- knyaz of Peremyshl, son of Tmutarakan kniaz Rostislav Vladimirovich (Ростислав Владимирович)
*Vasilko Rostislavich (Василько Ростиславович) (10??-11??), knyaz of Terebovl (Теребовль, Требовль), son of Tmutarakan kniaz Rostislav Vladimirovich


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