Yuri I of Galicia (Ukrainian: Ю́рій Льво́вич, romanized: Yurii Lvovych, 24 April 1252 (1257?) – 18 March 1308) was a King of Ruthenia, Prince of Volhynia (Latin: Regis Rusie, Princeps Ladimerie). His full title was Yuri I, King of Ruthenia, Grand Prince of Kiev, Volydymyr-Volhynia, Halych, Lutsk, Dorohochyn.
|Yuri I of Galicia|
|King of Ruthenia / Regis Rusie|
|King of Galicia and Volhynia (King of Ruthenia)|
|Predecessor||Leo I of Galicia|
|Successor||Andrew and Leo II of Galicia|
|Died||c. 1308 (aged c. 56)|
|Spouse||1st. Yaroslavna of Tver (died ca. 1286)|
2nd. Euphemia of Kuyavia (daughter of Casimir I of Kuyavia)
Maria of Galicia
Andrew of Galicia
Leo II of Galicia
Anastasia of Halych
Dmytro Dedko (disputed)
|Father||Leo I of Galicia|
|Mother||Constance of Hungary|
In 1264-1301 he was a prince of the Duchy of Belz.
He married three times. His first wife was Yaroslavna of Tver (died ca. 1286). His second wife was Euphemia of Kuyavia (died 18 March 1308), daughter of Casimir I of Kuyavia. His third wife is unknown.
- Mykhailo (1283–1286) (first marriage)
- Andrew of Galicia, Prince of Ruthenia (1308–1323)
- Lev II, Prince of Ruthenia (1308–1323)
- Dmytro, Lord of Ruthenia (1340-1349)
|Ancestors of Yuri I of Galicia|
- (in Ukrainian) Bilynsky, Ukraine-Ruthenia