Sviatopolk II se marie tout d'abord à une princesse de Bohême (de la dynastie des Přemyslides), avec qui il eut : Zbysława, qui épouse (le 15 novembre 1102) Boleslas III Bouche-Torse, duc de Pologne. Predslava, qui épouse (le 21 août 1104) le prince Almos de Hongrie.
Sviatopolk may refer to: . Sviatopolk I of Kiev (c. 980 – 1019); Sviatopolk II of Kiev (1050–1113); See also. Świętopełk (disambiguation) Polish version Zwentibold German version
Sviatopolk II Iziaslávich (en cirílico: Святополк II Ізяславич, 1050–16 de abril de 1113) gobernó como Gran príncipe de Kiev durante veinte años, desde 1093 hasta 1113; fue príncipe de Pólatsk (1069-1071), príncipe de Nóvgorod (1078 - 1088) y de Túrov (1088-1093).
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Sviatopolk was the son of Iziaslav Iaroslavich by his wife Gertrude of Poland. Sviatopolk's Christian name was Michael. During his brother Iaropolk's life, Sviatopolk was not regarded as a potential claimant to the Kievan throne. In 1069 he was sent to Polotsk, a city briefly taken by his father from the local ruler Vseslav, and then he spent ten years (1078–88) ruling Novgorod. Upon his brother's death he succeeded him in Turov, which would remain in possession of his descendantsuntil the 17th century.
When Vsevolod Iaroslavich died in 1093, Sviatopolk was acknowledged by other princes as the senior son of Veliki Kniaz and permitted to ascend the Kievan throne. Although he participated in the princely congresses organized by Vladimir Monomakh, he is sometimes charged with encouraging internecine wars among Rurikid princes. For instance, he sided with his cousin David of Volhynia and his son-in-law Bolesław III Wrymouth in capturing and blinding one of Galician princes. He also sided with Vladimir Monomakh in several campaigns against the Kypchaks but was defeated in the Battle of the Stugna River(1093). Sviatopolk's Christian name was Michael, so he encouraged embellishment of St Michael's Abbey in Kiev, which has been known as the Golden-Roofed up to the present. The history now known as the Primary Chronicle was compiled by the monk Nestorduring Sviatopolk's reign.
Sviatopolk married a Bohemian princess (Přemyslid dynasty) 1. Zbyslava, married to king Boleslaw III of Polandon November 15, 1102. 2. Predslava, married to Prince Álmosof Hungary on August 21, 1104. Her fate is less known. 3. Anna (died 1136), married to Sviatoslav Davydych from Chernihiv who turned into a monk upon her death. 4. Iaroslav (died 1123), Prince of Volynia and Turov was married three times - to Hungarian, Polish, and Kievan princesses. In consequence of Iaroslav's early death, his descendants forfeited any right to the Kievan throne and had to content themselves with Turov and Pinsk. It is possible that Iaroslav was a son of Olena. and in 1094 to a daughter of Tugor Khan of the Kypchaks, Olena 1. Maria, married Piotr Włostowic, castellan of Wroclaw and Polish palatine. 2. Bryachislav (1104–1127), possibly dethroned Iaroslav as the Prince of Turov(1118–1123) in 1118. 3. Izyaslav (died 1127), possibly the Prince of Turovin 1123. Some sources claim that Sviatopolk used to...
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Svjatopolk II Izjaslavič Iz Wikipedije, slobodne enciklopedije Svjatopolk II Izjaslavič (1050 – 16. april 1113) bio je vrhovni vladar Kijevske Rusije od 1093. do smrti. Nije bio popularan vladar, a vladavinu mu je obilježilo stalno suparništvo sa rođakom Vladimirom Monomahom.
Sviatopolk II Iziaslavich (1050 – April 16, 1113) was supreme ruler of the Kievan Rus for 20 years, from 1093 to 1113. He was not a popular prince, and his reign was marked by incessant rivalry with his cousin Vladimir Monomakh.
Sviatopolk II Iziaslavich (Russian: Святополк II Изяславич, 1050–April 16) was supreme ruler of the Kievan Rus for 20 years, from 1093 to 1113. He was not a popular prince, and his reign was marked by incessant rivalry with his cousin Vladimir Monomakh.
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Sviatopolk I Vladimirovich was the Kniaz' of Turov and Velykyi Kniaz or Grand Prince of Kiev whose paternity and guilt in the murder of brothers are disputed.
Sviatopolk's mother was a Greek nun captured by Sviatoslav I in Bulgaria and married to his lawful heir Yaropolk I, who became Prince of Rus in 972. In 980, Yaropolk's brother Vladimir had him murdered, and the new sovereign married his predecessor's wife, who gave birth to a child. Thus, Sviatopolk may have been the eldest of Vladimir's sons, although his parentage has been questioned. When Sviatopolk was eight years old, Vladimir put him in charge of Turov and later arranged his marriage with
Not long before Vladimir's death, Sviatopolk was freed from prison and sent to govern the town of Vyshgorod several miles from Kiev. In 1015, Sviatopolk's retinue concealed Vladimir's death from him to prevent him from claiming the Kievan throne. When Sviatopolk learned of Vladimir's demise, he seized power in Kiev almost immediately. The citizens of Kiev did not show much sympathy for Sviatopolk and, therefore, he decided to distribute presents in order to win them over. Then, he decided to rid
The I-S2077 subclade of Y-DNA haplogroup I-Z63 was sampled on an elite warrior buried in Bodzia in a rich burial from ca. 1010-1020 AD. All artefacts there indicate a strong relation to the Kievian Rus ruling elite, so this man who probably succumbed to combat wounds, was in a close relationship with Svyatopolk. The cemetery in Bodzia is exceptional in terms of Scandinavian and Kievian Rus links. The Bodzia man was not a simple warrior from the princely retinue, but he belonged to the princely f
Sviatopolk alebo (v prepise, ktorý je v rozpore s PSP) Svjatopolk môže byť: . ruská verzia mena Svätopluk, pozri Svätopluk (prvé meno); Sviatopolk I. Sviatopolk II.