Henry I King of France
Ruled 1031-1060. The third of the Capetian line of French monarchs. He was the grandson of Hugh Capet and the son of Robert II. His reign was marked by a series of wars with ambitious French nobles. William, duke of Normandy, later known as William the Conqueror, was his contemporary. Henry's attempted invasions of Normandy were repelled by William in 1047 and again in 1058. A year before he died he crowned his son, Philip I, as joint king.
Vladimir (St.) The Great of Kiev, Grand Prince of Kiev
First Christian Grand Duke of Kiev (980-1015). To succeed his father, Sviatoslav, as ruler of KIEVAN RUSSIA he defeated his two brothers. In about 988 he became a Christian and married Anna, sister of Byzantine Emperor BASIL II.
Igor I of Kiev, Prince of Kiev
The son of Ryurik, prince of Novgorod, who is considered the founder of the dynasty that ruled Kievan Rus and, later, Muscovy until 1598. Igor, successor to the great warrior and diplomat Oleg (reigned c. 879-912), assumed the throne of Kiev in 912.
Rurik of Kiev, Prince of Kiev
Held fief in Jutland.
See Europäisch Stammtafeln Bund II tafel 89.