Vladimir Vsevolodovich of Starodub, Prince of Yuryev, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Prince of Starodub (Vladimir), was born 26 October 1192 to Vsevolod III Yuryevich of Vladimir (1154-1212) and Mariya Shvarnovna of Ossetia (1155-1205) and died 6 January 1227 Starodub-on-the-Klyazma, Kovrov Rayon, Vladimir Oblast, Russia of unspecified causes. He married 1215 JL in Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky, Kiev Oblast, Ukraine.

Vladimir (Dmitri) Vsevolodovich (26 October 1192 - 6 January 1227), Prince of Pereyaslavl (1213-1215), Prince of Starodub (Vladimir) (1217-1227), was the son of the Grand Prince of Vladimir Vsevolod Yuryevich and of Princess Mariya Shvarnovna.

At age 15, accompanied his father in his campaign against Ryazan, and, after his death (in 1212) remained in Yuryev-Polsky. He participated in the war between his older brothers: Konstantin and Yuri II of Vladimir.

In 1213 he gave up his position of appanage prince of Yuryev, which he had received as an inheritance from his uncle Svyatoslav Yuryevich), settling first in Volokolamsk, and then in Moscow and took her by taking away . Later, along with his army and with the the Muscovites, the Dmitrov, (the city of his brother Yaroslav Vsevolodovich). The residents of Dmitrov burned all the suburbs, shut themselves in the fort and repulsed all attacks. At the news that Yaroslav was coming to relieve the city, Vladimir retreated to Moscow, losing part of his army, which was killed by the residents of Dmitrov, who were chasing the retreating army. Yaroslav went to Moscow with his brother Yuri Vsevolodovich. The latter sent a message to Vladimir Vsevolodovich... "Come to me, do not worry, I will not eat you, you're my brother." Vladimir accepted the offer and, following negotiations, the brothers decided that Vladimir should restitute the Grand Principality of Moscow to Yuri and should reign in the Principality of Pereyaslavl. Here Vladimir married NN Glebovna of Chernigov an unnamed daughter of the Gleb Svyatoslavich, Prince of Chernigov and reigned until 1215, when he was taken prisoner during a battle with the Cumans being released only in 1218 ref>Лаврентьвская летопись</ref>. After his release, he returned to Starodub-on-the-Klyazma, where he reigned until his death, in 1227.

The Principality of Vladimir reverted to the Grand Principality of Vladimir.



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