Yaropolk Izyaslavich( From the kind of Rurik)
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Biography Yaropolk Izyaslavich
From the kind of Rurik. Son Izyaslav I Yaroslavich and Polish queen Gertrude. Kn. Vyshgorodsky in 1077 - 1078 he. Kn. Turov and Vladimir-Volyn in 1078 - 1087 gg. + November 25, 1087, Mr..
Becoming Grand Duke Vsevolod I of Kiev gave Yaropolk Turov and Vladimir Volyn. In 1084 Rostislavich, Rurik, Volodar and cornflowers, who lived before in Yaropolk, fled from him, and then returned with his troops and took from his uncle, Vladimir. Vsevolod hand in these against Rostislav son Vladimir Monomakh, which drove them from Vladimir and planted here again Yaropolk. But at the same time Vsevolod gave Dorogobuzh in Volyn Davyd I.. Yaropolk saw in this offense, he began to rage on Vsevolod and gather an army at the instigation of evil counselors. Vsevolod sent against him, Vladimir, and Yaropolk, leaving his mother and wife in Lutsk, fled to Poland. Luck surrendered Monomakh, which captured here Yaropolk family, his squad, and all the property and planted in Vladimir Davyd Igorevich. In 1087 Yaropolk came from Poland, made peace with Monomahom and sat down again in Vladimir. After sitting here for several days, Yaropolk went to Zvenigorod. Along the way, he lay down to rest on a cart. Here rode up to him and his warrior Neradets pierced his sword. Yaropolk under-stood up, pulled out a sword and cried with a loud voice: "Oh, I caught up with this enemy!" Neradets fled to Przemysl and he went in there with Ryurika Rostislavich. Yaropolk same squad was taken to Kiev, and Kiev residents here mourned him together with her Prince Vsevolod, and then buried in the church of. Peter's monastery in the Dmitrov. Was Yaropolk in life, just like his father, a quiet man, peaceful and brotherly. This has earned it a great love of ordinary people.
All the monarchs of the world. Russia. 600 brief biographies. Konstantin Ryzhov. Moscow, 1999.
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Parents: Iziaslav (1024-1078 +), Gertrude;
Yaroslav, Prince. Brest (? -1102 +);
In 1101, wanting to retain power at least Brest, Brest, shut himself up in his uncle Svjatopolka Izyaslavich, who did not want to give him townships. Sviatopolk went to him, and forced to surrender and brought in chains to Kiev. Metropolitan Svjatopolka begged his nephew to leave to walk in freedom, taking with him an oath that he will live peacefully in Kyiv and will not infringe on the uncle's parish. But next year, Jaroslav away from his uncle, he was seized for Brest, on the Polish border and returned to Kiev. At this time Yaroslav not released and he died in captivity.
Vyacheslav (? -1104 +), Book. Volyn, kn. Muromskij? ;
. Key moments
. Prince of Turov (1078-1086), Prince of Volyn (1078-1086);
. Chronicle reports that in 1078 villages of Vsevolod I of Kiev in Kiev, sat his son, Vladimir Monomakh in Chernigov, a nephew Yaropolk Izyaslavich - Vladimir in Volyn, giving him to Turow
. In 1084 Rostislavich (sons of Rostislav Vladimirovich) kicked Yaropolk from Vladimir. Vsevolod sent against them his son Monomakh, who drove Rostislav and planted again Yaropolk.