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Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kyïv, approximately 956-1015

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Personal name headingVladimir, Grand Duke of Kyïv, approximately 956-1015
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Variant(s)Basilius, Grand Duke of Kyïv, approximately 956-1015
Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, approximately 956-1015
Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, ca. 956-1015
Vladimir, Saint, called the Great, Grand Duke of Kiev, 956 (ca.)-1015
Vladimir, Saint, Grand Duke of Kiev, ca. 956-1015
Vladimir Svi︠a︡toslavich, kni︠a︡zʹ kievskiĭ, approximately 956-1015
Vladimir Svi︠a︡toslavich, Saint, approximately 956-1015
Vladimir, the Great, approximately 956-1015
Volodymyr, Svi︠a︡tyĭ, approximately 956-1015
Volodymyr, syn Svi︠a︡toslava, kni︠a︡zʹ kyi︠e︡vsʹkyĭ, approximately 956-1015
Volodymyr Velykyĭ, Grand Duke of Kyïv, approximately 956-1015
Wladimir, Saint, approximately 956-1015
Wladimir, the Great, approximately 956-1015
Wolodymyr, der Grosse, approximately 956-1015
Wolodymyr, Grand-Prince of Rus', approximately 956-1015
Wolodymyr, Grossfürst, approximately 956-1015
Wolodymyr, Saint, approximately 956-1015
Владимир, Grand Duke of Kyïv, approximately 956-1015
Володимир, Grand Duke of Kyïv, approximately 956-1015
Vladimir Svi︠a︡toĭ, approximately 956-1015
Vladimir, Saint Prince, approximately 956-1015
Associated countryKievan Rus
Birth date0956~
Death date1015
Place of birthVolynsʹka oblastʹ (Ukraine)
Place of deathKyïv (Ukraine)
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Found inLC data base, 7-19-84 (hdg.: Vladimir, Saint, called the Great, Grand Duke of Kiev, 956 (ca.)-1015)
Bolʹsh. sovet. ėnt︠s︡ik., 3rd ed. (Vladimir Svi︠a︡toslavich, b. date unknown, d. 1015, kni︠a︡zʹ kievskiĭ)
Mason, R.A.E. Der Triumph des Kreuzes, c1986: cover (Hl. Grossfürst Wolodymyr der Grosse, 956-1015) p. iv (Wolodymyr, the Grand-Prince of Rus')
Holweck (Wladimir, "the Great," also called "equal to the Apostles," first Russian ruler to embrace Christianity; baptised 989 (Christian name Basilius); d. 7/15/1014; one of 3 Saints Wladimir)
Bosovych, V. Volodymyr, syn Svi︠a︡toslava, 1994.
Tolochko, P. Volodymyr Svi︠a︡tyĭ, 1996.
Svi︠a︡tyĭ Volodymyr Velykyĭ, 1954: added t.p. (Saint Vladimir the Great) p. 179 (Saint Vladimir le Grand)
Vladimir Svi︠a︡toĭ kak politicheskiĭ dei︠a︡telʹ, 2015: t.p. (Vladimir Svi︠a︡toĭ)
Sticheron for St. Prince Vladimir, 1991: program note (St. Prince Vladimir; Equal-to-the-Apostles)
Wikipedia, March 1, 2018 (Vladimir the Great; born in modern Volyn Oblast; died in modern Kiev; ruler of the Kievan Rus)