Yevtymiia Volodymyrivna

Yevtymiia Volodymyrivna [Євтимія Володимирівна; Jevtymija] (also Yevfymiia), b ?, d 4 April 1139. Kyivan Rus’ princess; daughter of Volodymyr Monomakh. She was married to the Hungarian king Kálmán in 1112 in a bid to strengthen Rus’-Hungarian diplomatic relations, but was sent back to Kyiv in 1113. Their son, Borys, was not recognized by Kálmán as an heir to the Hungarian throne. Nevertheless Borys pursued the title over a long period of time after he came of age.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]

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