Person:Rostislav Mikhailovich (1)

Rostislav Mikhailovich _____, Grand Duke of Kiev
  1. Rostislav Mikhailovich _____, Grand Duke of KievAbt 1225 - 1262
  2. Maria Mikhailovna of Tchernigov - 1271
  • HRostislav Mikhailovich _____, Grand Duke of KievAbt 1225 - 1262
  • WAnna of Hungary1226 - 1274
m. 1243
  1. Anna Rostislavna _____Aft 1243 - Abt 1297
  2. Michael of BosniaAft 1243 - Bef 1266
  3. Béla of MačvaAft 1243 - 1272
  4. Kunigunda Rostislavna _____, of Slavonia1245 - 1285
  5. Agrippina of SlavoniaAbt 1248 - Bet 1305 & 1309
Facts and Events
Name Rostislav Mikhailovich _____, Grand Duke of Kiev
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1225 Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine(aft. 1210)
Marriage 1243 Buda Pest, Hungaryto Anna of Hungary
Death[1] 1262
Reference Number? Q1060521?

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Rostislav Mikhailovich (Bulgarian and Russian: Ростислав Михайлович) (after 1210 / c. 1225 – 1262) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty), and a dignitary in the Kingdom of Hungary.[1]

He was prince of Novgorod (1230), of Halych (1236–1237, 1241–1242), of Lutsk (1240), and of Chernigov (1241–1242).[2] When he could not strengthen his rule in Halych, he went to the court of King Béla IV of Hungary, and married the king's daughter, Anna.[1]

He was the Ban of Slavonia (1247–1248), and later he became the first Duke of Macsó (after 1248–1262), and thus he governed the southern parts of the kingdom.[1] In 1257, he occupied Vidin and thenceforward he styled himself Tsar of Bulgaria.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Rostislav Mikhailovich, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   ROSTISLAV Mikhailovich, son of MIKHAIL Vsevolodich Grand Prince of Kiev & his wife Maria Romanovna of Galich ([1225]-1263), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.