Mstislav Daniilovich of Lutsk was born 1234 to Daniil Romanovich of Halych (1201-1264) and Anna Mstislavna of Novgorod (c1205-c1250) and died 1301 of unspecified causes. He married Daughter of the Polovtsian khan Teigak 1253 JL . Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s, Rollo of Normandy (860-932)/s.

Mstislav Danilovich Prince Lutsky 1264 - after 1292 Successor Yuri I Lvovich Flag Prince Volynsky 1288 after 1292 Predecessor Vladimir-Ivan Vasilkovich Successor Lev Danilovich

Spouse daughter of Khan Teigak Children Daniil Mstislavich, died in 1280 Mstislav Danilovich (after 1292 ) - Prince Lutsky ( 1264- after 1292 ), Volynsky ( 1288- after 1292 ). Son of Daniil Romanovich of Halych.


In 1273, Mstislav, along with his elder brother Lev Daniilovich, led a campaign to help Boleslaw Stidlivoy , while Vladimir Vasilkovich Volynsky opposed yatvyagam . Upon returning from the Polish campaign the princes sent troops led by the voevodas to a campaign against the Yatvingians, which was successful.

During the Galician-volynsko- Ordynsky campaign against Lithuania in the winter 1274/1275's Mstislav acted in Polesia. Consequently, in the campaign of 1277/1278's part of forcer of the Principality of Lutsk and the Principality of Halych suffered defeat at private Volkovysk. The Russian princes had to be satisfied with the return of prisoners and leave the Lithuanian possessions.

In 1280, on the initiative of Lev Daniilovich, a joint march with the Horde of Nogai was conducted near Sandomierz. The Princes of Volhynia took part in the expedition, but their troops behaved passively, the Galician army, when attempting to develop an offensive against Krakow, was defeated by the Goslitsy [1]..

In 1285, Mstislav participated in the Galician-Horde campaign in Hungary with Nogai and Tula-Bugai, in 1286 with Tula-Bugoy near Sandomierz, in 1287 with Tula-Bugaya and Algui also in Poland.

In 1288 he inherited the Principality of Vladimir-Volhynia and the Principality of Berestye after the death of Vladimir Vasilkovich. The Lev Daniilovich was dissatisfied with the will of his cousin, and his son Yuri even took over the rule of the Principality of Berestye for a while. In 1289, Mstislav received from the Lithuanian princes Budikid and Budivid Volkovysk, in the same year helped Konrad Mazowiecki to capture Sandomierz.

Mstislav died without heirs. His only son, [[Daniil Mstislavich of Halych (c1255-c1280) died before his father's death. Volhyn was taken over by Lev Daniilovich, the lutsk prince became Yuri Lvovich Prince of Lutsk.

Marriage and children

His wife, from 1253, was the daughter of the Polovtsian khan Teigak.


Daniil, participant of the 1280 campaign against Poland. Presumably:

Vladimir [2] (died 1315 [3]), the appanage Prince of Lutsk. From the genealogy it is clear that he left behind him the only daughter Anna, married to Lubart Gediminovich .


  1. ^ ВТ-ВЭС - Гослица
  2. ^ М.Д. Хмыров называл Владимира Мстиславича Василько.
  3. ^ "RUSSIA RURIKID".,%20Rurik.htm#EufemiaVladimirovnadiedbefore1349. Retrieved 2017-07-23. 



Offspring of Daniil Romanovich of Halych (1201-1264) and Anna Mstislavna of Novgorod (c1205-c1250)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Irakli Daniilovich of Halych (c1223-c1240) 1223 1240
Lev Daniilovich of Halych (c1228-c1301) 1228 1301 Konstantia of Hungary (c1237-c1284)
Roman Daniilovich of Halych (c1230-1258) 1230 1258 Gertrud von Österreich (c1228-1299)
Yelena Glebovna of Volkovysk (c1235-1288)
Pereyaslava Daniilovna of Halych (c1231-1283) 1231 1283 Siemowit I of Masovia (c1213-1262)
Ustyniya Daniilovna of Halych (c1232-c1279) 1232 1279 Andrei II Yaroslavich of Vladimir (c1222-1264)
Mstislav Daniilovich of Lutsk (c1234-c1301) 1234 1301 Daughter of the Polovtsian khan Teigak
Shvarn Daniilovich of Halych (c1236-c1270) 1236 Halych, Halych Rayon, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Ukraine 1270 Chełm, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland Ramona Mindogovna (c1235-c1280)
Sofiya Daniilovna of Halych (c1244-1290) 1244 1290 Heinrich V. von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (c1235-1287)


Footnotes (including sources)


Preceded by
Prince of Lutsk
Succeeded by
Yuri Lvovich
Preceded by
Vladimir Vasilkovich
Prince of Volhynia
Succeeded by
Lev Daniilovich