Vladimir II( From the genus Vdadimiro-Suzdal Grand Dukes)
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Biography Vladimir II
Of the genus Vdadimiro-Suzdal Grand. kn. The son of Vsevolod III Big Nest Yurevich and Czech queen Mary Shvarnoviy. Genus. October 26. 1192 g. Kn. Perei in 1213 - 1215 he. Kn. Starodub in 1217 - 1227. J.: in 1215, Mr.. daughter of Prince. Gleb Svyatoslav of Chernigov. + January 6. 1227 g.
The death of Vladimir Vsevolod the Big Nest was left to reign in Yuriev-Polish. In the distribution of the older brothers Vladimir was on the side of Constantine. In 1213, he ran out of St. George's first on Portage, and thence to Moscow, and sat there, depriving the city Yuri. Together with the Muscovites and his retinue, he then went to Dmitrov (city Yaroslav Vsevolodovich). Dmitrovtsy themselves burned all the settlements, was shut, and repulsed all attacks, and Vladimir, frightened by the news of the approaching Yaroslav fled from the city back to Moscow, having lost the rear detachment of his militia, which killed dmitrovtsy, pursuing the fugitives for. Jaroslav and Yuri went to Moscow, and Yuri sent Vladimir said: "Come unto me, do not worry, I will not eat, you're my brother". Vladimir went, and the brothers had agreed that Vladimir had given back to Moscow, Yuri, and he went to reign in Pereslavl-South. In 1215, Vladimir was captured by Polovtsy and received his freedom only after a year. In the battle of Lipetsk, he was on the side of George and Jaroslav. Soon after it was Vladimir Starodub.