Vladimir Mstislavich (Prince of Pskov)( Prince of Pskov, the son of Mstislav the Brave Rostislavich)
Comments for Vladimir Mstislavich (Prince of Pskov)
Biography Vladimir Mstislavich (Prince of Pskov)
Since 1208, Mr.. Vladimir sat, with the consent of Novgorod, Pskov, Novgorod where, together with "theft of Lithuania in Hodynitseh (Tracts in the Novgorod region), and shall be elected them". In 1213, pskopichi dissatisfied with the fact that Vladimir was friends with the Bishop of Riga, drove him. Vladimir, not finding refuge in Polotsk prince, went to Livonia and got there in the control region of Edom, between Riga and Wenden, and in 1216, Mr.. again we see him in Pskov. In the same year he took part in the war his brother Mstislav removed from Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich, then still Prince Pereyaslavskaya, and triumphantly reached the most Vladimir. In the next 1,217 g. He went to Novgorod to the bear's head (r. Odenpe) in 1222, Mr.. Again wasteland Livonia, and in 1225, Mr.. participated in the Battle of Yaroslav Vsevolodovich with the Lithuanians under Usvyat; died shortly thereafter. Vladimir Mstislavich was married to the niece of Bishop Albert of Riga, from which he had a son Yaroslav. "Complete Collection of Russian Chronicles" I, 211 - 5, 219; II, 120, 124 - 5, 317; III, 31 - 2 34 - 5, 412; IV, 20, 21, 23 - 4, 26, 228, 177; VII, 120 - 2, 124; "Lifland. Chron. "Arndt. A. E.