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  1. Oleg III Svyatoslavich - Wikipedia

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    Oleg III Svyatoslavich (c. 1147–1204) was a Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). His baptismal name was Feodosy. He was prince of Vshchizh (1166–before 1175), of Novgorod-Seversk (1200–1201), and of Chernigov (1201/1202–1204).

  2. SVYATOPOLK II IZYASLAVICH (1093-1113) - xenophon-mil.org

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    Again Oleg Svyatoslavich refuses, stating it is beneath his dignity and station to submit. At this Svyatopolk and Vladimir attack Chernigiv. In May Oleg flees to Starodub. The others besiege him there for 33 days. Oleg at last surrenders and is ordered to get his brother, David, from Smolensk and go to Kyiv.

  3. Gleb Svyatoslavich - Wikipedia

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    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.

  4. Oleg Sviatoslavich, Mikhail (1058 - 1115) - Genealogy

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    OLEG I SVYATOSLAVICH, PRINCE OF CHERNIGOV. Oleg Svyatoslavich (c. 1052 - August 1115) was a Rurikid prince whose equivocal adventures ignited political unrest in Kievan Rus' in the late 11th and early 12th centuries. Oleg was a younger son of Sviatoslav II Yaroslavich / Prince of Chernigov (1027 - 1076) by his first wife, Killikiya.

  5. Princes of Chernigov | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Prince of Novgorod-Seversk
    Prince of Briansk
    Dimnik, Martin: The Dynasty of Chernigov - 1146-1246; Cambridge University Press, 2003, Cambridge; ISBN 978-0-521-03981-9.
    Martin, Janet, Medieval Russia, 980-1584, (Cambridge, 1995)

    Cawley, Charles, RUSSIA Rurik, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#_Toc111997339, retrieved August 2012

  6. 11th Century Russia | Rusmania

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    Oleg Goreslavich. The next challenge Svyatopolk II faced was set by his cousin Oleg Svyatoslavich, who since fleeing from the Battle of Nezhatina Niva had become prince of Tmutarakan. In 1094 Oleg led an army of Polovtsians against Vladimir Monomakh. Oleg desired Chernigov which should have been his as his father had ruled there before Vladimir ...

  7. Oleg Svyatoslavich of Putivl, Kursk and Novgorod-Seversky was born circa 1137, to Kursk Starodub Belgorod Novgorod-Seversky Turov and Chernigov Svyatoslav II of Novgorod and Polovchanka Novgorod (born of the Cumans).

  8. Konchek Otrakovich, Khan of the Cumans (c.1126 - c.1187 ...

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    In 1171, Könchek allies with the prince of Novhorod-Siverskyi Oleg II Svyatoslavich, in fight against the other Russian princes but in 1184, during an attack led against the principality of Kiev, his troops was beaten near the Khorol River by the prince Sviatoslav III.

  9. Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich - Wikipedia

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    At the beginning of 1168, grand prince Mstislav II Izyaslavich of Kiev summoned the princes of Rus' to join him against the Cumans; the Olgovichi sent Yaroslav, his brother Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich, as well as their cousins Oleg and Vsevolod Svyatoslavich.

  10. Igor Svyatoslavich - Wikipedia

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    His half-brother, Oleg Svyatoslavich died on January 16, 1180; thus Igor left Putivl to succeed him in Novgorod Siverskiy. Soon after Oleg Svyatoslavich's death, grand prince Svyatoslav III Vsevolodovich of Kiev summoned Igor and Igor's brother Vsevolod Svyatoslavich to Lyubech and concluded an agreement.