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House of Ryurik

910–941

Oleg (viking prince of Novgorod c.910; captured Kiev and made it his capital; deposed, died 944/5)

941–945

Igor I (son or descendant of Ryurik)

945–972

Svyatoslav I (son)

972–978

Yaropolk I (son)

978–1015

St. Vladimir I (brother)

1015–1019

Svyatopolk I (son)

1019–1054

Yaroslav I, the Wise (brother)

1054–1068

Izyaslav I (son; deposed)

1068–1069

Vseslav (great-grandson of Vladimir I; deposed, died 1101)

1069–1073

Izyaslav I (restored; deposed)

1073–1076

Svyatoslav II (brother)

1077

Vsevolod I (brother; deposed)

1077–1078

Izyaslav I (restored)

1078–1093

Vsevolod I (restored)

1093–1113

Svyatopolk II (son of Izyaslav I)

1113–1125

Vladimir II, Monomakh (son of Vsevolod I)

1125–1132

Mstislav I (son)

1132–1139

Yaropolk II (brother)

1139

Vyacheslav (brother; deposed)

1139–1146

Vsevolod II (grandson of Svyatoslav II)

1146

Igor II (brother; deposed, died 1147)

1146–1154

Izyaslav II (son of Mstislav I)

1154

Vyacheslav (restored)

1154–1155

Izyaslav III (grandson of Svyatoslav II; deposed)

1155–1157

Yurii I, Dolgorukii (son of Vladimir II)

1157–1158

Izyaslav III (restored; deposed)

1158–1159

Mstislav II (son of Izyaslav II; deposed)

1159–1161

Rostislav I (son of Mstislav I; deposed)

1161

Izyaslav III (restored)

1161–1167

Rostislav I (restored)

1167–1169

Mstislav II (restored; deposed, died 1170)

1169–1171

Gleb (son of Yurii I)

1171

Vladimir III (son of Mstislav I)

1171–1173

Roman (son of Rostislav I; deposed)

1173

Ryurik (brother; deposed)

1173–1175

Yaroslav II (son of Izyaslav II; deposed)

1175–1176

Roman (restored; deposed, died 1180)

1176–1180

Svyatoslav III (son of Vsevolod II; deposed)

1180–1181

Ryurik (restored; deposed)

1181–1194

Svyatoslav III (restored)

1194–1201

Ryurik (restored; deposed)

1201–1203

Ingvar (son of Yaroslav II; deposed)

1203–1204

Ryurik (restored; deposed)

1204–1205

Rostislav II (son; deposed, died 1218)

1205–1206

Ryurik (restored; deposed)

1206

Vsevolod IV, the Red (son of Svyatoslav III; deposed)

1206–1207

Ryurik (restored; deposed)

1207

Vsevolod IV (restored; deposed)

1207–1210

Ryurik (restored; deposed, died 1215)

1210–1212

Vsevolod IV (restored)

1212–1223

Mstislav III, the Old (son of Roman)

1223–1235

Vladimir IV (son of Ryurik; deposed)

1235

Izyaslav IV (son of Mstislav III; deposed)

1235–1236

Vladimir IV (restored; deposed, died 1239)

1236–1240

St. Michael (son of Vsevolod IV; deposed, died 1246)

1240

Rostislav III (great-grandson of Rostislav I; deposed; Mongol capture of Kiev; end of the princedom)

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