Konstantin Vladimirovich of Pronsk was born circa 1187 to Vladimir Glebovich of Pronsk (c1158-c1197) and died circa 1242 of unspecified causes. Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s.

Konstantin Vladimirovich (c1187-c1242) is the son of Vladimir Glebovich of Pronsk (c1158-c1197), a appanage Prince of Pronsk.

In 1217, he was an accomplice of his brother Gleb Vladimirovich of Ryazan (c1180-1219), who called almost all his relatives to the Council of Isady (1217) and insidiously killed them at his feast with the intention of seizing all the Grand Principality of Ryazan. Forced to flee to the Polovtsians, in 1218 tried to conquer Ryazan with their help, but was defeated by Ingvar Igoryevich and had again to seek refuge at the Polovtsians.

Then he kept hiding for a long time, and in 1240 appeared in Volhynia and helped Mikhail Vsevolodovich’s son, Rostislav Mikhailovich (c1214-1262), with whom he took Halych. Driven out of this city by Daniil and Vasilko Romanovich, he was sent by Rostislav to Przemysl, to the local "seditious" bishop, but he fled from there as Daniil approached. His further fate is unknown. His only son, Yevstafi Konstantinovich, lived in Lithuania and participated in the wars ofMindaugas.


Offspring of Konstantin Vladimirovich of Pronsk and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Yevstafi Konstantinovich (c1242-1264) 1242 1264



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