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Volodymyr-Volynsʹkyĭ (Ukraine)


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    • Vladimir-Volynskiy, Ukraine
    • Volodymyr (Ukraine)
    • Włodzimierz (Ukraine)
    • Włodzimierzec (Ukraine)
    • Vlodzimezh (Ukraine)
    • Ludmir (Ukraine)
    • Ludomir (Ukraine)
    • Ludimir (Ukraine)
    • Ladomīr (Ukraine)
    • Lodomeria (Ukraine)
    • Lodomera (Ukraine)
    • Wladimir Wolynsk (Ukraine)
    • Ṿladimir Ṿolinsḳ (Ukraine)
    • Vladimir-Volynsk (Ukraine)
    • Vladimir-Volynski (Ukraine)
    • Vladimir-Volynskiy (Ukraine)
    • Vladimir-Volynskiĭ (Ukraine)
    • Ludmir-Ṿolodimir Ṿolinsḳ (Ukraine)
    • Volodymyr-Volyns'kyy (Ukraine)
    • Volodymir-Volyns'kyy (Ukraine)
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • Vladimir-Volynskiĭ (Ukraine)
      • Vladimir-Volynskiy, Ukraine
    • Sources

      • found: Platonov, V. V. Oni pervymi prini︠a︡li udar, 1963.
      • found: Pinḳas Ludmir, 1962 (subj.)t.p. (Ludmir) verso t.p. (Wladimir Wolynsk [in rom.]) cover (Ṿladimir Ṿolinsḳ)
      • found: Col.-Lipp. gaz., 1966(Vladimir-Volynski or Vladimir Volynskiy; Pol. Włodzimierz; ancient form, Lodomeria or Lodomera; city in W. Volyn oblast, Ukr. S.S.R.)
      • found: Ukraïna [MAP] 1992:(Volodymyr-Volynsʹkyĭ; a city in Volynsʹka oblastʹ)
      • found: Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.:v. 2, p. 377 (Volodymyr-Volynsʹkyĭ, a city in Volynsʹka oblastʹ. 1st mentioned in chronicles under the year 988 as the city-fort of Volodymyr [no publs. in LC data base]. In the 12th cent. [after the fall of Kievan Rus] it became part of the Volodymyr-Volynsʹke kni︠a︡zivstvo, and from 1199 the city belonged to the Halyt︠s︡ʹko-Volynsʹke kni︠a︡zivstvo. In the second half of the 14th cent. Vololymyr was seized by Lithuania, and later on by Poland. In 1775 with the third partition of Poland, as part of the West. Volynia lands, Volodymyr was reunited with the Russian Empire and subsequently renamed as Volodymyr-Volynsʹkyĭ. In 1919 the city was again seized by Poland under whose authority it renamed until 1939, when as part of the West Ukraine lands it was reunited with Soviet Ukraine)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 5, p. 644 (Volodymyr-Volynskyi; city and raion center in Volhynia oblast. First mentioned in chronicles under the year 988 as the fortified trading town of Volodymyr [no publs. in LC data base], and the seat of the Volodymyr-Volynskyi Eparchy. In the 12th century it was the center of a principality and in 1199 it became part of the Principality of Galicia-Volhynia. Frequent attacks by the Tatars brought about its decline. In the late 14th century it came under Lithuanian domination. From 1569 the town belonged to Poland. In 1795 the town was annexed by the Russian Empire. It was then renamed Volodymyr-Volynskyi and served as a county center in the Volhynia gubernia. In the Spring of 1919 the town was captured by the Polish Army and remained a county center under Polish rule during the interwar period.
      • found: NIS Gaz., 1959(Vladimir-Volynskiy)
      • found: Kni︠a︡z︠h︡e misto Volodymyr, 2010:t.p. (Volodymyr) p. 3 (named Vladimir-Volynskiĭ [i.e. Volodymyr-Volynskyĭ] after 1795 in order to distinguish the city from Vladimir-Zalesskiĭ [i.e. Vladimir-na-Kli︠a︡zʹme])
      • found: Volynsʹka obl., 1970:p. 91 (Volodymyr-Volynsʹkyĭ)
      • found: BGN(phone call 3/15/82; Vladimir-Volynskiy; popl. place in Volynskai︠a︡ oblastʹ; 50°51ʹN, 24°20ʹE)
      • found: Margalit, M. Yaldut bi-lehavot, 2002:p. 4 of cover (Ludmir-Ṿolodimir Ṿolinsḳ)
      • found: GeoNET, 10-28-02(Volodymyr-Volyns'kyy, ppl.; 50°50ʹ00ʺN, 024°20ʹ00ʺE; variants: Vladimir-Volynsk; Vladimir-Volynskiy; Volodymir-Volyns'kyy; Włodzimierzec; Włodzimierz; Wladimir-Wolynsk; Vlodzimezh
      • found: Worldwide directory of cities and towns(Volodymir-Volyns'kyy)
      • found: Google, 10-28-02ww.koshertorah.com (Rochel Werbermacher, the Maiden of Ludomir)
      • found: Google, 10-28-02utne.nvg.org/j/tefillin (Hanna Rachel Werbermacher (ashkenazisk (hhasidisk), 1805–1892), "Jomfrua frå Ludimir)
      • found: Jewish shtetlseeker, 10-28-02(Vladimir-Volynskiy; 50°51ʹN, 24°20ʹE; Vladimir-Volynsk; Wladimir-Wolynsk; located 272.2 miles W of Kiev)
      • found: Russian Brockhaus:v. 6, p. 642 (Vladimīr-Volynsk; distgrict city in Volynskai︠a︡ gubernīi︠a︡; in 11th cent. it was named Ladomīr)
      • notfound: Russia and the newly independent nations of the former USSR [MAP] March, 1993.
      • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(ppl; 50°51ʹ00ʺN 024°20ʹ00ʺE)
    • Change Notes

      • 1982-04-27: new
      • 2011-01-24: revised
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