Vladimir Glebovich of Pinsk was born 1178 to Gleb Yuryevich of Turov (c1155-1195) and died 1230 of unspecified causes. Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s, Rollo of Normandy (860-932)/s.

Children Vladimir Glebovich (c1178-c1230) - prince of Pinsk.


It is assumed that he was the eldest son of Gleb Yuryevich Prince of Turov and Princes of Dubrovitsa. According to L.Voytovich, Vladimir was the son of Vladimir Svyatpolchich or Rostislav Svyatopolchich.

In 1208, when the Prince of Belz Aleksandr Vsedolodovich was taken prisoner, he was also captured. In 1219, during a campaign against Vladimir, the Hungarians, under the authority of a local boyar, Sudislav, ha was again taken prisoner (as well as four other princes), but was ransomed off with gold.

In 1229, left by Daniil Romanovich of Halych (1201-1264) and Vasilko Romanovich of Halych (c1203-1279) Princes of Halych-Volhynia to protect the principality against the raids of the Yotvingians raids, attacked and defeated Lithuanians passing to Poland.

He had three sons, mentioned in 1262 as Princes of Pinsk - Fyodor Vladimirovich of Pinsk (c1220-c1293), Demid Vladimirovich of Pinsk (c1222-c1295) and Yuri Vladimirovich of Pinsk (c1225-c1288).


Offspring of Vladimir Glebovich of Pinsk and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Fyodor Vladimirovich of Pinsk (c1220-c1293)
Demid Vladimirovich of Pinsk (c1222-c1295) 1222 1295
Yuri Vladimirovich of Pinsk (c1225-c1288) 1225 1288



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