Yaropolk Yuryevich of Pinsk (Ярополк Юрьевич) was born 1157 to Yuri Yaroslavich of Turov (c1109-1167) and Anna Vsevolodovna of Goroden (c1127-1190) and died 1994 of unspecified causes. Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Rollo of Normandy (860-932), Charlemagne (747-814)/s.

Yaropolk Yuryevich - prince of Pinsk , mentioned in such a capacity in 1190 in connection with his own wedding during his stay in Pinsk Rurik Rostislavich during his campaign against Lithuania .

Yaropolk Yuryevich (c1157-c1203) - Prince of Gorodets (Polotsk) (1167-1190) and Prince of Pinsk (1187-c1203). The younger son Yuri Yaroslavich, the great-grandson of Svyatopolk II of Kiev .

Youth and reign in Pinsk

As the youngest son of Yuri Yaroslavich, after his death received as inheritance the Principality of Gorodets (Polotsk)

He married in 1190, however the name of his bride is unknown. The annals refer to him as Prince of Pinsk, which indicates that his older brother Yaroslav Yuryevich of Pinsk had already died and that his older brother Gleb Yuryevich of Turov (c1155-1195) had taken control of the Principality of Turov and that he himself had taken control of the Principality of Pinsk.

He died before 1204, when the annals of mention already Vladimir Svyatopolchich as Prince of Pinsk. Also, as he is never mentioned as Prince of Turov, it is to be assumed that he died before Gleb Yuryevich, as he was the next in line for the succession.

His son, Yuri Yaropolchich, died in the Battle of the Kalka River (1223).


Offspring of Yaropolk Yuryevich of Pinsk (Ярополк Юрьевич) and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Yuri Yaropolchich of Pinsk (c1200-1223) 1200 1223


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