He supervised the rapid expansion of the city of Kiev, modelled on Constantinople. The Primary Chronicle records the birth of Svyatoslav "a third son" to Vladimir in 1027[231]. Sviatoslav was the first ruler of Rus' who is recorded in the Primary Chronicle with a name of Slavic origin (as opposed to his predecessors, whose names are ultimately derived from Old Norse). The Primary Chronicle records the birth of Svyatoslav "a third son" to Vladimir in 1027[170], He succeeded in 1054 as Prince of Chernigov, and in 1073 as SVIATOSLAV II Grand Prince of Kiev. To install click the Add extension button. VSEVOLOD Iaroslavich (1030-13 Apr 1093, bur Kiev St Sofia). [140] Franklin, S and Shepard, J. If this is correct, she must have been one of the older children in view of the date of birth of her son. Meanwhile, the Byzantines bribed the Pechenegs to attack and besiege Kiev, where Olga stayed with Sviatoslav’s son Vladimir. 7. [55][56] In 1076 Sviatoslav sent reinforcements to Poland to help his son-in-law against the Bohemians. He subjugated the Finnic tribe of Yam to secure Novgorod's control over the Gulf of Finland[156]. Nevertheless, Iaroslav´s birth date, if accurate as shown above, does suggest that an earlier marriage is likely.]. Poss. The name of Igor´s wife is not known. Sviatoslav II Iaroslavich or Sviatoslav II Yaroslavich (1027 – December 27, 1076 in Kiev) was Grand Prince of Kiev between 1073 and 1076. image. While Iaroslav was absent in Novgorod, the Pechenegs laid siege to Kiev, but were defeated after Iaroslav returned with a formidable army to relieve the siege[141]. King of Poland 1076. The Primary Chronicle names Gleb, son of Sviatoslav, recording that he was expelled from Tmutorakan by Rostislav in 1064, restored by his father in 1065, before being expelled again by Rostislav[239]. Otherwise, his short reign was uneventful. Sviatoslav defeated the Bulgarian ruler Boris II and proceeded to occupy the whole of northern Bulgaria. Snorre records the betrothal of "Ingegerd the king's daughter" and "King Jarisleif…from Russia"[149]. [43] The latter, in 1075, sent his envoys—including Sviatoslav's brother-in-law, Burchard—to Kiev to collect more information. Succeeded in 1054 as IZIASLAV I Grand Prince of Kiev. The tradition of employing Varangian tutors for the sons of … It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. m (before 1069) BOLESŁAW II "Szczodry/the Liberal" Prince of Poland, son of KAZIMIERZ I KAROL "Odnowiciel/the Renewer" Prince of Poland & his wife Dobronega Maria Vladimirovna of Kiev ([1039]-1081). Dave Buchroeder's research (no sources cited): http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=buchroeder&id=I555175402, Svyatoslav II Yaroslavich RURIK Great Prince of Kiev (1073-76) 1462. [145] Russian Primary Chronicle (1973), 1054, p. 143. av Ditmarksen. Sviatoslav's father, Igor, was killed by the Drevlians around 945, and his mother, Olga, ruled as regent in Kiev until Sviatoslav reached maturity (ca. ANNA Iaroslavna (1036-5 Sep ([1075/78], bur Abbaye Villiers near La-Ferté-Alais). Agnes Harris's 20-Great Grandfather. [68] Roman, who became prince of Tmutorakan, was born around 1052. [37] According to The Narrative, Passion, and Encomium of Boris and Gleb, Sviatoslav took Saint Gleb's hand and "pressed it to his injury, for he had pain in his neck, and to his eyes, and to his forehead"[38] before placing it back into the coffin. From the Wikipedia page on Sviatoslav II of Kiev: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sviatoslav_II_of_Kiev. This name, however, is not recorded in other medieval Slavic countries. Other troops is not affected by his ability. Under the family accord at Liubech 1097, he became Prince of Chernigov. (trans.) Thank you for helping build the largest language community on the internet. [3], The Russian Primary Chronicle writes that Sviatoslav was staying "at Vladimir"[4] (Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Ukraine) in Volhynia around the time his father fell seriously ill before his death. [259] Russian Primary Chronicle (1973), 1076, p. 164. [ILIYA Iaroslavich (-1020). [240] Franklin & Shepard (1998), pp. 1 reference. SVIATOSLAV Iaroslavich, son of IAROSLAV I "Mudriy/the Wise" Grand Prince of Kiev & his second wife Ingigerd Olafsdottir of Sweden (1027-27 Dec 1076, bur Chernigov, Church of the Redeemer). The Russian Primary Chronicle writes that Svyatoslav was staying "at Vladimir" (Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Ukraine) in Volhynia around the time his father fell seriously ill before his death. 7. 1 reference. m secondly ([1061]) as his third wife, RAOUL III “le Grand” Comte de Valois, son of RAOUL II Comte de Valois & his wife Aliénor de Champagne (-Péronne 23 Feb or 8 Sep 1074, bur Montdidier, later transferred to Crépy-en-Valois, église collégiale Saint-Arnoul). IELIZAVETA Iaroslavna (-after 25 Sep 1066). U.S. President [W. HARRISON] 's 19-Great Grandfather. [1][60], According to the Lyubetskiy sinodik, Sviatoslav's wife was Killikiya or Kelikia (Cecilia). The Primary Chronicle names David, son of Svyatoslav, recording that he left Novgorod for Smolensk "toward the close of the year" 1095[244]. Oleg was kidnapped from Tmutorokan on the orders of his uncle Vsevolod Grand Prince of Kiev and taken to Constantinople (from where he went to Rhodos where he spent two years and married his first wife), being replaced by Vsevolod's agent Ratibor, who in turn was expelled by Oleg's cousins David Igorevich and Volodar Rostislavich, before returning himself to take control of Tmutorokan in [1083]. Prince Sviatoslav of the Rurik dynasty. Adam of Bremen names "filius Iacobus et filia Ingrad" as the children of "Olaph rex Sueonum" & his wife Estred, specifying that Ingrad married "rex sanctus Gerzlef de Ruzzia"[147]. After a while, Sviatoslav returned to defeat these steppe nomads with a smaller force at the town of Snov, thus enhancing his prestige among the populace. m FEODOSIA, daughter of ---. Svyatoslav II of Kiev Sviatoslav Iaroslavich (1027 – December 27, 1076, Kiev) was the Prince (Kniaz) of Chernihiv from 1054 to 1073 and Grand Prince (Veliki Kniaz) of Kiev from 1073 until his death. He was the son of Vsevolod II Olgovich. [13] The "triumviri" closely cooperated in the following years. Father of Großfürst Jaroslav Konstantin Swjatoslawitsch; Wyszesława of Kiev; David Svyatoslavich / Prince of Chernigov; Yaroslav Sviatoslavich; Oleg Sviatoslavich, Mikhail and 2 others; Roman Sviatoslavich and Gleb Sviatoslavich « less [147] Adami, Gesta Hammenburgensis Ecclesiæ Pontificum II.37, MGH SS VII, p. 319. Baumgarten refers to the marriage of "[Kilikia] de Dithmarschen, fille du Comte Etheler" and Sviatoslav II Grand Prince of Kiev, adding that she was a different person from "Oda von Stade" who married Sviatoslav´s brother Vladimir (see above)[235]. m ---. Her birth date range is estimated based on the birth of her oldest child in 1020, and her youngest known child in [1036]. [261] Franklin & Shepard (1998), pp. This name is however not recorded in other medieval Slavic countries. Han var sønn av Storfyrste Jaroslav I den Vise av Novgorod. He ruled the Principality of Vladimir in Volhynia in his father's lifetime (from around 1040 to 1054). [12] Historian Martin Dimnik writes that taking into account Sviatoslav's political and military skills it "is reasonable to assume that he was one of the main motivating forces, if not the actual architect, of many of the policies adopted" by the three brothers. [2] The Lyubetskiy sinodik—a list of the princes of Chernigov which was completed in the Monastery of Saint Anthony in Lyubech—writes that his baptismal name was Nicholas. Sviatoslav is the first ruler of the Kievan Rus' recorded in the Primary Chronicle with a name of Slavic origin (as opposed to his predecessors, whose names derived from Old Norse). [64], According to Dimnik, Sviatoslav married his first wife, Killikiya between 1043 and 1047. Even in Rus', it was attested only among the members of the house of Rurik, as were the names of Sviatoslav's immediate successors: Vladimir, Yaroslav, Mstislav). Sviatoslav II of Kiev - Sviatoslav II Iaroslavich or Sviatoslav II Yaroslavich (1027 – 27 December 1077 in Kiev) was Grand Prince of Kiev between 1073 and 1077. m (1044) HARALD Sigurdson, son of SIGURD Syr King of Ringeringe & his wife Asta Gudbrandsdatter (1015-killed in battle Stamfordbridge 25 Sep 1066). He was installed as Prince of Smolensk 1094[245]. His law code Rus'ka Pravda also contributed to the development and consolidation of his administration especially in the area around Kiev, although it appears to have had little impact in the north[144]. [66] The second son of Sviatoslav and Killikiya was Oleg, the future prince of Chernigov. [1] The Russian Primary Chronicle writes that "the cutting of a sore"[58] caused his death. Quite the same Wikipedia. The three brothers together fought against their enemies, including the nomadic Oghuz Turks, and their distant relative, Prince Vseslav of Polotsk. russes II 25 and 27. He deposed his elder brother Iziaslav in Kiev in 1073, succeeding as SVIATOSLAV II Grand Prince of Kiev, whereupon he transferred Chernigov to his younger brother Vsevolod. m firstly (Rhodos [1081/83]) THEOPHANO Musalonissa, from Rhodos. After the murder of Andrei Bogolyubsky, Yaroslav's relatives managed to maneuver him into the Kievan throne. Død 1123. (eds.) From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Russia Rurikid (covering his married family): http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#SviatoslavIaroslavichdied1076B. [27] In the meantime, the townspeople of Kiev had dethroned and expelled Sviatoslav's brother, Iziaslav. 256 and 260. HM George I's 15-Great Grandfather. Izbornik.jpg 400 × 486; 89 KB. [29][30], Iziaslav returned at the head of Polish reinforcements. The Primary Chronicle records the death of Iaroslav 19 Feb 1054 at Vyshgorod aged 76 and his burial place[145]. A year later, the brothers were defeated by the Polovtsi on the Alta River. Meanwhile, he went to war with Boris II of Bulgaria, whose forces besieged Kiev in 968. Sviatoslav's son Oleg of Chernihiv had a posterity which continues in the male line to the present day. Prince of Novgorod, grand Prince of Kiev, and ruler of Kievan Rus' from 980 to 1015. 3. May 4, 2015 - Sviatoslav joined his brothers, Iziaslav of Kiev and Vsevolod of Pereyaslav, in forming a princely "triumvirate" that oversaw the affairs of Kievan Rus' until 1072. In 1024, his half-brother Mstislav Prince of Tmutorokan moved his headquarters north to Chernigov to challenge Iaroslav, whom he defeated at Listven. [61][62] On the other hand, German chroniclers write that his wife was Oda of Stade, a sister of Burchard, the Provost of Trier and she gave birth to one son. imported from Wikimedia project. Polon. It is more probable that she was the daughter rather than sister of King Olof if it is correct that she had ten children by her husband. [7][8] To Sviatoslav, he bequeathed Chernigov (Chernihiv, Ukraine). A son of Iaroslav I the Wise, he was a founder of the Chernihiv princely line and is sometimes referred to as Sviatoslav of Chernihiv. [143] Chirovsky, N. L. 963). [54] According to the Russian Primary Chronicle, "in his pride", Sviatoslav "showed them his riches", displaying them "the innumerable quantity of his gold, silver and silks". [20] A distant cousin of the "triumviri", Vseslav Briacheslavich (Prince of Polotsk), attacked Pskov in 1065, according to The Chronicle of Pskov. The Primary Chronicle names Iaroslav brother of Oleg, recording that the latter sent him as an outpost while he was attempting to seize Novgorod[271]. Baumgarten records her marriage and cites a primary source in support[246]. HRE Ferdinand I's 12-Great Grandfather. Baumgarten records this marriage, citing one secondary source in support[263]. IZIASLAV Iaroslavich (1024-killed in battle Nezhatinaia Niva 3 Oct 1078 bur Kiev). [237] Baumgarten (1927), p. 20, citing Sommersberg, Selisiacorum Rerum Scriptores V. I, pp. ROMAN Sviatoslavich "the Red" (-killed 2 Aug 1079). 260-62, 267. Birth of David Svyatoslavich / Prince of Chernigov, Birth of Großfürst Jaroslav Konstantin Swjatoslawitsch, Чернигов (Chernihiv), (Современная Черниговская область), Киевская Русь (современная Украина), Son of Yaroslav the Wise, grand prince of Kiev and Ingegerd Olofsdotter, Birth: 1027 in Киев, Киевское Княжество, Киевская Русь, Death: December 27, 1076 (48-49) in Киев (Kyiv), Киевская Русь (современная Украина), Place of Burial: Спасо-Преображенский собор (Savior Cathedral), Чернигов (Chernihiv), (Современная Черниговская область), Киевская Русь (современная Украина), Gleb Svyatoslavich RURIK Prince of Novgorod (1068-73)+(1077-78), Roman Svyatoslavich "the Red" RURIK Prince of Murom & Tmutarakan (1069-79), Oleg Svyatoslavich RURIK Prince of Volynsk (1076) & Chernigov (1076-78)+, Davyd Svyatoslavich RURIK Pr of Novgorod & Smolensk (c.1087/1093-97), Yaroslav Svyatoslavich RURIK Prince of Murom (1097-1129). Iziaslav's children Yaropolk and [233] Franklin & Shepard (1998), pp. Not to be confused with Sviatoslav Iaroslavich, Sviatoslav 'the Brave': Grand Prince of Kiev 945-972, The Life And Death Of Sviatoslav I of Kiev, Khazars: History of the Jewish Turkic Nomads. SVIATOSLAV Iaroslavich (1027-27 Dec 1076, bur Chernigov, Church of the Saviour). Svyatoslav was the last non-Christian ruler of the Kievan state. According to the historian Martin Di… 186-87. - see below, Part D. GRAND PRINCES of KIEV. Son of Yaroslav the Wise and Ingegerd Olofsdotter Caused a scandal in France by her second marriage and was forced to leave the court, although she returned after his death in 1074[178]. m ---. Sviatoslav III Grand Prince of Kiev -1194 (REIGN 2nd time 1177–1180 / 3rd time 1182–1194). [27] He returned to defeat the Cumans with a smaller force at the town of Snovsk on 1 November, thus enhancing his prestige among the populace. Fisher, P. [5] This is questionable,as these names follow conventions well established in other … [17] On hearing of the arrival of the Rus' forces, the Torks fled from their lands without resistance. [239] Russian Primary Chronicle (1973), 1064, p. 144. That's it. He was the son of Iziaslav II of Kiev and the brother of Mstislav II of Kiev. [71] She gave birth to Sviatoslav's fifth son, Yaroslav, who later became prince of Murom and Chernigov. ---. [231] Russian Primary Chronicle (1973), 1027, p. 136. The Primary Chronicle records the birth of Sviatoslav "a third son" to Vladimir in 1027 [182]. She is referred to as IRINA in Russian sources[151]. [6], On his deathbed, Yaroslav the Wise divided the most important towns of his realm among his five sons—Iziaslav, Sviatoslav, Vsevolod, Igor, and Vyacheslav—who survived him. (trans.) [44] Modern historians disagree about the motives of Sviatoslav's action. Sign in; Create account; Donate; Volunteer; Help . This is an excerpt from my post: KIEVAN RUS: PART 1 – NORTHERN ENIGMA OF THE MIDDLE AGES. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 89. Sviatoslav II of Kiev. They defeated Oleg 3 Oct 1078 at Nezhatin Meadow near Chernigov, where Prince Iziaslav was killed. [69] After Sviatoslav's death, Oda and her son moved to the Holy Roman Empire.[71]. He was the son of Iziaslav II of Kiev and the brother of Mstislav II of Kiev. The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. Contents; Person:Sviatoslav II of Kiev (1) Sviatopolk fled south to raise another force with the Pechenegs but was finally defeated by the river Alta in 1019, when Iaroslav resumed power in Kiev[140]. pronouncekiwi - … Sviatoslav II of Kiev : biography 1027 – December 27, 1076 Sviatoslav Iaroslavich (1027 – December 27, 1076, Kiev) was the Prince (Kniaz) of Chernihiv from 1054 to 1073 and Grand Prince (Veliki Kniaz) of Kiev from 1073 until his death. [149] Snorre, Saga of Olaf Haraldson Part III, 95. Svyatoslav married Oda VON BABENBERG in 1070 1462. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swjatoslaw_II. OLEG MIKHAIL Sviatoslavich "Gorislavich" ([1058]-1 Aug 1115[258]). SVIATOSLAV THE BRAVE OF KIEV. [28] The three brothers together visited Vyshhorod in order to participate in the translation of the relics of their saintly uncles, Boris and Gleb on 3 May 1072. 2. Personal tools. [36], With Iziaslav's return to Kiev, the "triumvirate" was restored. Fr., (1973) A History of the Russian Empire, Vol. Muligens gift ca. male. [236] Bloch, Raissa 'Verwandtschaftliche Beziehungen des sächsischen Adels zum russischen Fürstenhause im XI. 432, 433 and 683. The Primary Chronicle records the death of Svyatoslav son of Yaroslav 27 Dec 1076 "from the cutting of a sore" and his place of burial[234]. The fact of Iaroslav´s first marriage is indicated by the chronology of his oldest son, although as noted below no primary source has yet been identified which refers to this oldest son. [271] Russian Primary Chronicle (1973), 1095, p. 181. He took part at the battle of Nezhatina Niva, soon after which was killed somewhere in the Kipchak steppes (Desht-i Qipchaq) on August 2, 1079. [43][48] However, before his death in May 1074 he was reconciled with the grand prince, who supported the foundation of a stone church dedicated to the Mother of God in Kiev. In accordance with the terms of his father's testament, he succeeded in 1054 as Prince of Chernigov, the territory including the land of the Viatichians and Radimichians and the Murom region[232]. His father installed him as Prince of Novgorod in 1068, in succession to Mstislav Iziaslavich who had been forced out by Vseslav Prince of Polotsk, while Mstislav's father Iziaslav Grand Prince of Kiev was in exile in Poland. He installed himself as Prince of Murom and Suzdal in 1096, but was obliged to withdraw by the armed forces of Mstislav Vladimirovich Prince of Novgorod (later Mstislav II Grand Prince of Kiev)[262]. Sviatopolk II of Kiev is the 3,647th most popular politician (up from 3,858th in 2019), the 120th most popular biography from Ukraine (up from 135th in 2019) and the 45th most popular Ukrainian Politician. 241-60, 257 footnote 57. IAROSLAV Vladimirovich, son of VLADIMIR I "Velikiy/the Great" Grand Prince of Kiev & his first wife Rognoda of Polotsk ([978]-Vyshgorod 20 Feb 1054, bur Kiev Church of St Sophia). Consecrated Queen Consort at Reims on her wedding day. Sviatoslav II of Kiev Not to be confused with Sviatoslav Iaroslavich, Prince of Murom 1143–1145 Sviatoslav Iaroslavich (1027 – December 27, 1076, Kiev) was the Prince (Kniaz) of Chernihiv from 1054 to 1073 and Grand Prince (Veliki Kniaz) of Kiev from 1073 until his death. Død 27.12.1076. Født 1027. Listen to the audio pronunciation of Sviatoslav II of Kiev on pronouncekiwi. [11] His three elder sons—Iziaslav of Kiev, Sviatoslav of Chernigov, and Vsevolod of Pereyaslav—decided to jointly govern the Kievan Rus'. Baumgarten records this marriage and cites a primary source in support[264]. [51], Sviatoslav's rule was short and uneventful. Ru… He died on December 27, 1076 in Kiev. 1052 med Oda Kilikia (?) 5. [63] A portrait depicting Sviatoslav and his family in the Izbornik of 1073 shows that he had five sons and four of them were adults at the time their portrait was made. The Lyubetskiy sinodik– a list of the princes of Chernigov which was completed in the Monastery of Saint Anthony in Lyubech– writes that his baptismal name was Nicholas. = Yaroslav II Rurik II Rostislavich 1142-1215 brother of Roman I (REIGN 2nd time 1180-1182 / 3rd time 1194-1202 / 4th time 1203-05 / 5th time 1206-1206 / 6th time 1207-1210 ). ANASTASIA Iaroslavna ([1023]-[1074/1096], bur Admont Abbey). [63] Based on these sources, Sviatoslav married twice. [59] Within a year, his elder brother Iziaslav was restored and Sviatoslav's sons lost most parts of his domains. The "triumvirate" broke up, when Sviatoslav, supported by his younger brother Vsevolod, dethroned and replaced their older brother Iziaslav in 1073. This marriage is also discussed by Bloch[236]. Husband of Oda von Stade and Cecilia von Dithmarschen [35] He also attempted to punish Anthony—the founder of the Monastery of the Caves in Kiev—who had supported his enemies, but Sviatoslav gave shelter to the saintly monk in Chernigov. Folk history tells of the Finnic and Slavic tribes in the area calling on "'the Varangians [i.e. Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea! Svyatoslav was the fourth son of Yaroslav, Grand Prince of Kiev, and his wife, Ingegerd of Sweden. [50] According to the Izbornik of 1073, Sviatoslav, who is praised as a "new Ptolemy", had by that time collected a great number of spiritual books. Baumgarten names him and cites a primary source in support[242]. The Rurikid dynasty was founded in 862 by Rurik, a Varangian prince. Død 10.02.1050 i Vyšhorod ved Kiev. The three brothers together fought against their enemies, including the nomadic Oghuz Turks, and their distant relative, Prince Vseslav of Polotsk. Succeeded in 1054 as Prince of Pereyaslavl. Would you like Wikipedia to always look as professional and up-to-date? "The Narrative, Passion, and Encomium of Boris and Gleb" In Kantor, Marvin (1983). 0 … [65] Their first child seems to have been a daughter, Vysheslava. He was born in 1027. In the early medieval period of Russia’s history, there was a small dominion known as ‘Kievan Rus’.This realm was inhabited by Norsemen, Finns, Balts and especially Slavs. [21][23] Izyaslav, Sviatoslav and Vsevolod soon united their forces and set forth against Vseslav, "though it was the dead of winter",[24] according to the Russian Primary Chronicle. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. [246] Baumgarten (1927), p. 11, citing Synodik de Liubecz, no page reference cited. Gen. Pierpont Hamilton's 26-Great Grandfather. He succeeded in 1047 as HARALD III "Hardråde" King of Norway. JSTOR (December 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) In this Eastern Slavic name , … m [secondly] (1019) INGIGERD Olafsdottir of Sweden, daughter of OLOF "Skotkonung" King of Sweden & his wife Estrid of the Obotriten ([1000/03]-10 Feb 1050). [70] Oda, the daughter of Lothair Udo I, Margrave of the Nordmark, was in some way related to Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor. Sviatoslav I Igorevich Kiev was born in 933, at birth place, to Igor (Ingvar) Lachini von Nowogorod Kiew and Olga the saint von Nowogorod Kiew (born Pskowa). That's it. 1). The name of Vladimir´s wife is not known. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. Sviatoslav was the fourth son of Yaroslav the Wise, Grand Prince of Kiev, and his wife, Ingegerd of Sweden. Meanwhile, the Byzantines bribed the Pechenegs to attack and besiege Kiev, where Olga stayed with Sviatoslav's son Vladimir. 11 History Of Russia by William Tooke.jpg 240 × 240; 69 KB 3. [18], In 1065, Sviatoslav led his troops against his nephew, Rostislav Vladimirovich, who had in the previous year expelled by force Sviatoslav's son, Gleb from Tmutorakan. He was born as a younger son of Grand Prince Yaroslav . He returned with support from the Kuman [Cumans] to take Chernigov by force and defeated his uncle Vsevolod on the river Sozh, east of Pereyaslavl, 25 Aug 1078[260]. `Osawatomie' Brown's 27 … (2000) Morkinskinna (Cornell), 1, p. 89. He succeeded in taking the Kievan throne from Yaroslav II, and ruled Kiev alongside Rurik Rostislavich until his death. [12] In 1059 they liberated their uncle, Sudislav whom their father had sent to prison around 1035. m --- ([1022]-1066). 1 Grand-Ducal Vladimir and Moscow (Peter Owen, London), pp. [59] He was buried in the Holy Savior Cathedral in Chernigov. After King Bolesław returned to Poland, Iaroslav advanced once more on Kiev. N. de Baumgarten: Généalogie et Mariage occidenteaux des Rurikides Russes du Xe au XIII Siècle. Morkinskinna names “Queen Ingigerđr the daughter of King Óláfr the Swede” as wife of “King Yaroslav [of] Russia”[148]. Igor was born in 877, in Velikiy Novgorod, Novgorod, Russia. Sviatoslav was baptized on month day 945. Their sons were Oleg, Gleb, Roman, and Davyd. [170] Russian Primary Chronicle (1973), 1027, p. 136. One of the miniatures represents Sviatoslav himself, standing with his second wife Oda and sons. [27] From the battlefield, Sviatoslav withdrew to Chernigov and regrouped his troops. The second part of the first Russian legal code Russkaya Pravda is assigned to the brothers. [5] According to the historian Martin Dimnik, the chronicle's report shows that Yaroslav the Wise had, most probably in about 1040, appointed Sviatoslav to rule this important town of the Kievan Rus'. Sviatopolk entered Kiev again 14 Aug 1018 and resumed his rule. 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