Yaroslav Konstantinovich, Grand Prince of Ryazan, was born 1282 to Konstantin Romanovich of Ryazan (c1260-1306) and died 1308 of Murder. Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s.

Vasili Konstantinovich (c1282-1308) - Grand Prince of Ryazan (1301-1308), son of Konstantin Romanovich of Ryazan.

In 1301, after his father Konstantin Romanovich was imprisoned by the Grand Prince of Moscow Daniil Aleksandrovich, Vasili started ruling the Grand Principality of Ryazan as only the son could perform the duties of a lawful prince during his absence. However, after Konstantin Romanovich's death, Vasili managed to retain his power, despite the claims of the Princes of Pronsk Ivan and [[Mikhail Yaroslavich of Pronsk (c1277-1307)|Mikhail Yaroslavich] who had higher seniority. In 1308 during a visit to the Golden Horde Vasili Konstantinovich was killed by the Tatars [1] , probably with the participation of Princes of Pronsk princes.


  1. ^ Никоновская летопись III, 105



Offspring of Konstantin Romanovich of Ryazan (c1260-1306) and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Vasili Konstantinovich of Ryazan (c1282-1308) 1282 1308
Yaroslav Konstantinovich of Ryazan (c1285-c1308) 1285 1308


Vasili Konstantinovich of Ryazan
Born: c1282 Died: 1308
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Konstantin Romanovich
Grand Prince of Ryazan
Succeeded by
Jvan Yaroslavich

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