Rostislav Volodarevich of Peremyshl (Ростислав Володаревич, князь перемышльский), Prince of Zvenigorod (Halych), Prince of Peremyshl, was born circa 1090 to Volodar Rostislavich of Peremyshl (1065-1124) and died 1128 of unspecified causes. Charlemagne (747-814).
In 1122 he was held hostage in Krakow and his father was required to pay 8 thousand griven as ransom. In 1124, after his father's death, he inherited the Principality of Peremyshl, while his younger brother Vladimir Volodarevich took over the Principality of Zvenigorod (Halych) and the principalities of Terebovl and Halych were allotted to Vasilko Rostislavich's sons. In the same year, he defended Peremyshl against a Polish army.
In 1125 - 1126 he again had to defend Peremyshl, this time against his younger brother Vladimir. Thereafter, with the support of brothers Ivan Vasilkovich and Rostislav Vasilkovich as well as of Mstislav of Kiev he was able to gain the upper hand against Vladimir.
|Ivan Rostislavich Berladnik (c1110-1162)||1110||1162 Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece|
|Rostislav Volodarevich of Peremyshl (c1090-1128)||1090||1128|
|Irina Volodarevna of Peremyshl (c1095-c1140)||1095||1040||Isaac Komnenos (1093-c1153)|
|Daughter of Volodar Rostislavich (c1100-c1150)||1100||1150||Roman Vladimirovich of Volhynia (c1091-1119)|
|Vladimir Volodarevich of Zvenigorod (1104-1153)||1104||1153||Sophia of Hungary (bef1101-c1148)|
Rostislav VolodarevichBorn: 1090 Died: 1128
| Prince of Zvenigorod (Halych)
| Prince of Peremyshl