Andrii Yuriiovych

Andrii Yuriiovych [Andrij Jurijovyč], ?–ca 1323. Prince of Galicia-Volhynia who ruled with his brother Lev Yuriiovych from 1308 to ca 1323, son of Yurii Lvovych. Andrii maintained close ties with the Teutonic Knights and Poland and waged war against the Tatars (Mongols) and Lithuanians. The deaths of Andrii and Lev while fighting the Tatars ended the dynasty of Volodymyr Monomakh in Galicia.




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