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  1. Gleb Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov) - Wikipedia

    Gleb Svyatoslavich (c. 1168–1215/1220) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). His baptismal name was Pakhomy. He was prince of Kaniv (before 1192–1194), of Belgorod (1205–1206), and of Chernigov (1206/1208–1215/1220). He helped to pay for the Church of St. Paraskeva Pyatnitsa in Chernigov.

  2. Gleb Svyatoslavich - Wikipedia

    Gleb Svyatoslavich (c. 1052 – 30 May 1078) was Prince of Tmutarakan and Novgorod of Kievan Rus'. He ruled Tmutarakan under the overall authority of his father Sviatoslav Iaroslavich, Prince of Chernigov. He was twice expelled from his principality by one of his cousins Rostislav Vladimirovich.

  3. Gleb Svyatoslavich - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

    Gleb Svyatoslavich (c. 1052 – 30 May 1078) was Prince of Tmutarakan and Novgorod. He ruled Tmutarakan under the overall authority of his father Sviatoslav Iaroslavich, Prince of Chernigov. He was twice expelled from his principality by one of his cousins Rostislav Vladimirovich. His father appointed him prince of Novgorod in 1067 or 1068.

  4. GLEB Svyatoslavich, photo, biography

    Gleb Svyatoslavich - son of Grand Prince of Chernigov. kn. Kiev. Svyatoslav Vsevolodich. In 1180, sent by his father to help ryaz. princes, carousing with the brigade in Kolomna, where he was captured Vsevolod the Big Nest and sent to detention in Vladimir.

  5. Gleb Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov)

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  6. Mstislav II Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov) | Project ...

    Mstislav II Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov): lt;p|>|Mstislav II Svyatoslavich| (c. 1168 – May 31, 1223)|||[|1|]||| was a |Rus'| prince (a mem... World Heritage ...

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    In 1206, his brother Vsevolod Svyatoslavich seized Kiev, and Gleb occupied Chernigov. [1] At the beginning of 1207, his brother (who had been expelled from Kiev by Rurik Rostislavich) marched against the town, and his attacking force constituted only his brother Gleb and Mstislav with their sons. [1]

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  9. Oleg III Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov)

    In the spring of 1201, [4] Igor Svyatoslavich, the prince of Chernigov died, and the office of senior prince passed to Oleg, and thus he occupied Chernigov. [ 1 ] Shortly afterwards, Grand Prince Rurik Rostislavich of Kiev summoned the Olgovichi to campaign against Roman Mstislavich of Volodymyr who had begun wreaking havoc on domains belonging ...

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    According to some reports, he was brought up in Germany, where he was forced to flee with his mother after the death of his father. According to legend, Oda inherited big treasures from Svyatoslav, but she could not take them all and hid most of it. Later, after returning to Russia, Yaroslav found them . For the first time appears on the pages of the chronicle in 1096 in connection with the participation in the war in the east of Russia (Murom, Ryazan, Rostov, Suzdal) against Vladimir Monomakh on the side of his brother Oleg. The Svyatoslavichi were then defeated in the Battle of the Koloksha River brothers Mstislav Vladimirovich and Vyacheslav Vladimirovich and the Polovtsians. After the defeat, Yaroslav went to Murom , with the arrival of troops under the city, Mstislavconcluded peace with him. In 1097, together with his brothers Oleg and Davyd he participated in the Council of Lyubech, on which the Principality of Chernigov was divided into three parts: Chernigov was given to Dav...

    Yaroslav Svyatoslavich is sometimes identified whith the holy and blessed prince Konstantin Svyatoslavich of Murom. Konstantin Svyatoslavichis known for his life written in the 16th century, and is unknown from the annals. According to the life, he finally turned Murom into Christianity and built churches there. The time of life of this prince is difficult to establish. In addition to identifying him with Yaroslav Svyatoslavich, there are other versions, for example, Rapov believed his son was Svyatoslav Drevlyansky . The name of his wife Konstatin is known - Irina (mentioned only in her husband's "Life", and also depicted in some icons.) Buried in the Murom Blagoveshchensk cathedral, is a local martyr saint. From "Life" their children are also known: 1. Mikhail Konstantinovich is revered as an all-Russian saint; died in Murom in early childhood at the hands of the Gentiles . 2. Fyodor Konstantinovich- revered as an all-Russian saint, succeeded to the Murom throne after the death of...

    Children : 1. Yuri YaroslavichPrince of Murom 1129-1143. 2. Svyatoslav YaroslavichPrince of Ryazan 1129-1143, Prince of Murom 1143-1145. 3. Rostislav YaroslavichPrince Pronsky 1129-1143, Ryazan 1143-1145, Murom 1145-1153. 4. Mikhail Yaroslavich 5. Fyodor Yaroslavich

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    Андреев А., Корсакова В. Рязанские князья // Русский биографический словарь : в 25 томах. — СПб.—М., 1896—1918.
    Татищев В. Н. Собрание сочинений в восьми томах. — М., 1996.