OLEG Jaroslawicz Nastasich( Prince Galitsky)
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Oleg of Kiev Nastasich (? -1188) - Prince Galitsky, illegitimate son of the Galician prince Yaroslav Vladimirovich Osmomysl and some Nastasia (hence the nickname). Yaroslav's wife Olga, with whom he lived poorly, in 1173 she left with her son, Vladimir, first in Poland, then in Volhynia. Powerful Galician boyars grabbed Nastasia and burned it, Oleg Yaroslavich thrown into prison, and Jaroslav forced to live with his wife. In 1187 Yaroslav died, making of death order that went to Oleg Galich Yaroslavovich and Przemysl - Vladimir. However, the nobles chased Oleg Yaroslavich and put in Galicia, Vladimir. Oleg fled to Ovruch to Rurik Rostislavich, who refused to help him. Then Oleg of Kiev went to the Polish, Kor. Casimiro, along with him went to Vladimir in Galich, broke his (1188) and sat there to reign, but was soon poisoned, and the boyars called his place of Volyn. kn. Roman Mstislavich Great.