ALEXANDER VSEVOLODOVICH( Prince)
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Alexander Vsevolodovich (knee 12)
From the kind of Volodymyr Volynskyy kn. The son of Vsevolod Mstislavovitch. Kn. Belzsky in 1204, 1210 - 1230, 1231 - 1234 he. Kn. Vladimir-Volyn in 1207 - 1211 he.
Wife: daughter of Prince. Smolensky, Vladimir Rurikovich.
+ 1234 g.
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In 1207 the Polish princes Lesco and Kondrat kicked out of Volyn Vladimir Sviatoslav Igorevich and planted here by Alexander. Later, the Poles wanted to place in Vladimir Ingvar Yaroslavich, but the nobles did not like him and, with the consent of Leshka, Alexander again came to reign in Vladimir. Belsen, he gave Vasilyek Romanovich, making it at the command of the same Leszek. In 1211 Alexandru Lesco ordered to pay Romanovich Tihoml and Przemysl, and soon they took him and Vladimir, where he got Daniel Romanovich. Seeing how easily the Poles give and take this, Alexander, probably decided to take care of himself. First of all, he became a grudge against his cousins Romanovich. In 1215, he spoke out against them at the moment when all sides were surrounded by enemies. Vasilko and Daniel, however, got out of everyone, and then went and ruined the whole Belzskuyu parish. Then Alexander Daniel quarrel with his father Mstislavich Remove Mstislav, prince of Galicia, and in every way tried to persuade the latter to the war with Romanovich. Shortly really started strife (in 1225), but this feud has suffered more than any Alexander himself.. Mstislav acted as a slack in his favor, and the parish Belzskaya again was terribly devastated. Removed shortly realized that he was deceived, and made up with Daniel. When Mstislav died, Daniel sat in Galicia. In 1230 nobles were plotting, preparing to kill him, and the table to give Alexander. The plot was exposed, and Vasilko Alexander Romanovich kicked out of Belsen. He fled in Przemysl, together with its associates Halych. But here it drove Daniel. Alexander fled to Hungary and began to raise against Daniel King Andrew. Hungarians took Galich, and many of the city, Belsen and Cherven gave Alexander and continued to press Romanovich. Alexander, together with the Hungarians fought against Daniel in Shumsk. In early 1232, however, he walked away from the Hungarians and sent Daniel said: "I do not fit me to be anywhere else except you". Brothers to the joys of just Alexander all past grievances. In the 1233-m, they besieged Galich, where sat the Hungarians with seditious nobles. Their military leader, lord Izyaslav, sent a message to Alexander: "I will give you Galich, only to depart from my brother". Alexander tempted the promise and stepped. But this treachery no harm to Daniel. Galich soon surrendered, and Alexander was caught in the moment when I wanted to run away to Kiev and, as one might expect, died in captivity.