David I.( Prince rogue, Yaroslav, son of Igor, Prince of Vladimir-Volyn)
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Biography David I.
(1059 - 1112). Around 1080, along with other rogue Rostislavich, David fled from Russia to Tmutarakan and took it, but soon rogue princes were banished from thence he returned from Greece Svyatoslavich Oleg, prince of Chernigov. In 1084, Mr.. David has received from the Grand Prince Vsevolod I Dorogobuzh in Volhynia, and in 1086, Mr.. - Vladimir-Volyn. In 1097, Mr.. David blinded Vasilko Terebovl (cm. Vasilko). Princes (cm. Monomakh) demanded that Sviatopolk punished David. Grand Duke was slow; David Vasilko released only when he was forced to his brother, Valadar. In 1098, Mr.. David Rostislavich besieged in Vladimir and his advisers have made extradition, taught him to kill Vasilko. In 1099, Mr.. he Sviatopolk moved to Volyn and David went to Poland to seek help from King Vladislav. After receiving gifts from David, and then from Svyatopolk, the King advised the first to return to Vladimir vouch for the safety of the Grand Duke. Meanwhile, last besieged him in Vladimir, and David had to give all the Grand Duke Vladimir region. Then he made peace with Rostislavich and led the Polovtsian Khan Bonyak that crashed came to Svyatopolk Hungarians and delivered to David, Vladimir. In 1100, Mr.. princes arrived in Uvetichah and deprived of David Vladimir region, giving him Buzhsk, Dubno, and 400 hryvnia Chertorizhsk silver. Shortly afterwards Svyatopolk gave him Dorogobuzh in Volhynia. Having performed in 1111, along with other princes, the campaign for Don, the Polovtsy David died in 1112, Mr.. See. "Complete Collection of Russian Chronicles" (I, 87, 88, 104, 109 - 117, 127; II, 3, 276, 282 - 285, 289; III, 4; V, 148, 150 - 154; VII, 3, 12 - 18, 21, 22). A. E.