Mikula (Novgorod)

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Mikula was governor of Novgorod (before 1117).


There is no further information about himself. He was the 11th or 13th governor of Novgorod.

He was possibly identical to Mikula, to whom a birch bark text was addressed.


He had at least two sons

  • Petrulin, governor of Novgorod (1131–1132)
  • Koznyatin, governor of Novgorod (1135–1136)

Possibly the family were descendants of Dobrynja , the first governor of Novgorod for the Rurikid princes of Kiev .


  • Янин В. Л., Новгородские посадники , Moscow 2003, pp. 164, 167


  1. ^ First Novgorod Chronicle
  2. ^ Fourth Novgorod Chronicle
  3. Text No. 109
  4. Koznyatin was the name of a son of Dobrynja