Birth: c. 1131, Russia;
Death: c. 1187; Poland;
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- Duchess consort of Greater Poland - Dates: 1154-1173
- High Duchess consort of Poland - Dates: 1173-1187
- Princess of the Rurikid dynasty
Eudoxia Iziaslavna of Kiev (Russian: Евдоксия Изяславна, Polish: Eudoksja Izjasławówna; c. 1131 – c. 1187), was a Kievan Rus' princess member of the Rurikid dynasty and by marriage Duchess of Greater Poland and since 1173 High Duchess of Poland.
According to some historians she was the daughter of Iziaslav II, Grand Prince of Kiev by his first wife Agnes (perhaps renamed Lyubava), daughter of King Conrad III of Germany.
In 1154, Eudoxia married Mieszko III the Old, Duke of Greater Poland, who had recently lost his first wife, Princess Elisabeth of Hungary. With this union, Mieszko III probably wanted to cement his relations with the Rurikid rulers.
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