Prince of Smolensk

Prince of Smolensk

The Prince of Smolensk was the "kniaz", the ruler or sub-ruler, of the Rus' Principality of Smolensk, a lordship based on the city of Smolensk. It passed between different groups of descendants of Grand Prince Iaroslav I of Kiev until 1125, when following the death of Vladimir Monomakh the latter's grandson Rostislav Mstislavich was installed in the principality, while the latter's father Mstislav I Vladimirovich became Grand Prince. It gained its own bishopric in 1136. It was Rostislav's descendents, the Rostaslavichi, who ruled the principality until the fifteenth-century. Smolensk enjoyed stronger western ties than most Rus' principalities.

List of rulers of Smolensk

Pre-Rostaslavichi

* Stanislav Vladimirovich, 1010-1015
* Viacheslav Iaroslavich, 1054-1057
* Igor Iaroslavich, 1057-1060
* Sviatoslav Iaroslavich, 1060-1073
* Vladimir Monomakh, 1073-1077/8
* Vladimir Vsevolodich, 1077-1085
* Iziaslav Vladimirovich, 1093-1094
* Davyd I Sviatoslavich, 1094 x 1096
* Mstislav Vladimirovich, 1094 x 1096
* Davyd I Sviatoslavich (again), 1096-1097
* Sviatoslav Vladimirovich, 1097-1113
* Viacheslav Vladimirovich, 1113-1125

Rostaslavichi

* Rostislav Mstislavich, 1125-1160
* Roman Rostislavich, 1159/60-1172
* Iaropolk Romanovich, 1172-1174
* Mstislav I Rostislavich "The Bold", 1175-1177
* Roman Rostislavich (again), 1177-1180
* Davyd Rostislavich, 1180-1197
* Mstislav II Romanovic, 1197-1213
* Vladimir Riurikovich, 1212/3-1219
* Mstislav III Davydovich, 1223-1231
* Rostislav II Mstislavich, 1231/2
* Sviatoslav I Mstislavich, 1232-1239
* Vsevolod Mstislavich, 1239-1249
* Gleb I Rostislavich, 1249-1278
* Mikhail Rostislavich, 1278/1279
* Fedor Rostislavich ("The Black"), 1279/80-1287
* Aleksandr Glebovich, 1297-1313
* Ivan Aleksandrovich, 1313-1359
* Sviatoslav II Ivanovich, 1359-1386
* Iurii Sviatoslavich, 1386-1394
* Gleb II Sviatoslavich, 1394-1395
* Iurii Sviatoslavich (again), 1401-1407
* "Lithuanian rule"

References

* Franklin, Simon, and Shepard, Jonathan, "The Emergence of Rus, 750-1200", (Longman History of Russia, Harlow, 1996)
* Martin, Janet, "Medieval Russia, 980-1584", (Cambridge, 1995)

External links

* [http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#_Toc111997329 Foundation for medieval genealogy]


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