David Vseslavich( Prince of Polotsk, the son of the Prince of Polotsk Polotsk Vseslav)
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In contrast to his father and brothers who fought political osobnost Polotsk, David approaches the Kievan Yaroslaviches and participate in their campaigns: successful (1103) on Polovets and failure (1104) - in his same brother, Ming Gleb. In 1127, Mr.. He was, however, unacceptable to Yaroslavichy Prince of Polotsk, where he was about this time replaced his brother Gleb. Under the influence of military setbacks, and for the sake of Kiev, Polochans drove David, but in 1129, Mr.. after the death of his successor, David Rogvolod with the consent of Yaroslavichy again became prince of Polotsk. When David refused to Mstislav of Kiev to help against Polovtzy it with 4 Polotsk prince was exiled to Constantinople, the principality of Polotsk became part of the possessions of Mstislav (before 1132). There is news that David and the Saint Euphrosyne of Polotsk and her sister in the second half of XII century. traveled to Jerusalem. - Wed. V. Danilevich "Essay on the history of Polotsk land before the end of XIV century" (Kiev, 1896).