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In 1323 her brothers Andrew of Galicia and Volynia and Lev II of Lutsk were killed, and she and her niece, Eufemia, Heiress of Volynia-Lutsk, inherited the lands. She was daughter of King George I of Galicia (1252-1301-1308) and his second wife, Eufemia of Kujavia (d. 1308). Her grandfather, Leo of Halych, had been king of Galicia 1269-1301 and he moved his capital from Galich (Halicz) to the newly founded city of Lvov (Lwow, Lemberg). She lived (before -1293-1341)