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Oleg Svyatoslavich

( Duke of Chernigov)

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Biography Oleg Svyatoslavich
Oleg Svyatoslavich (nickname Gorislavich) (mind. 1115) - Prince of Chernigov. Son Grand. Prince Svyatoslav Yaroslavich, the grandson of Yaroslav the Wise. In 1073 received an inheritance from his father, Vladimir-Volyn. In 1078 attempted to seize power in Chernigov, but failed and fled to Tmutarakan. In 1079 he was captured and exiled to Constantinople, the Khazars, then in Greek on. Rhodes. In 1083 he returned to Russia and took Tmutarakan. In 1094 with the help of Vladimir Monomakh Polovtsy expelled from Chernigov and was there to reign. Refused to appear for prince's Congress in 1096 and killed the son of Vladimir Monomakh - Izyaslav, but was defeated by his brother Mstislav. In 1097 Oleg had to abide by the decision Lyubech Congress and get the reign of Novgorod-Seversky. Participating in many internecine wars, O. used even help Polovtsy, but later in 1107 and in 1113 advocated a campaign against them and repulsed their attack.

Used materials kn.: Shikman A.P. Figures of national history. Biographical Directory. Moscow, 1997.

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Oleg Svyatoslavich (? -1115) - Prince of Chernigov, son of Grand Prince of Kiev Sviatoslav Yaroslavich. In 1073 prince of Rostov, then in Volhynia. After the death (1076) Sviatoslav Oleg Svyatoslavich was launched the new Grand Prince Vsevolod I of Kiev, from Vladimir-Volhynia. In 1078 he fled to Tmutarakan, whence Chernihiv. kn. Boris Vyacheslavich Polovtsy and went to Chernigov and took him. In the same year, together with Vladimir. Monomahom made a successful campaign in the Czech Republic. Fall in battle against the combined forces Izyaslav and Vsevolod I of Kiev in Nezhatina Field Oleg Svyatoslavich with Boris suffered a serious defeat. Boris died, and Oleg Svyatoslavich again fled to Tmutarakan. In 1079 he was captured by the Khazars, who sent him to Constantinople. Byzas. rights of sent him into exile at about. Rhodes. In 1083 he returned to Tmutarakan and banished from the city of Prince. Volodar Rostislavich and Prince. Davyd Igorevich. In 1094 with the help Polovtsy took Chernigov. land, and drove from Chernigov, Vladimir Monomakh. In 1096 Svyatopolk Izyaslavich and Monomakh kicked him out of Chernigov, and he fled to Starodub. From left to Smolensk, Starodub. At this time, there sat his brother David, who, afraid of losing their own, do not let Oleg in the city. Then Oleg Svyatoslavich went to Muromu and killed (1095) Izyaslav Vladimirovich, who took unauthorized fiefdom Oleg Svyatoslavich. Then he 'all the land of Perea Muromsku and Rostov and put you on the mayor and the city tribute Poch take'. Son Monomakh, Mstislav the Great, expelled these Posadnik of Growth. and Moore, land, and most Oleg Svyatoslavich, breaking on the river. Koloksha forced to retreat to the Ryazan. By decision of the Congress Lyubech princes Oleg Svyatoslavich walked part of the 'paternal', Chernihiv. land, including Tmutarakan. Under the contract between Svyatopolk and Vladimir Monomakh (1096) Oleg Svyatoslavich had to get Moore, parish. After the death of Svyatopolk (143) Oleg recognized voknyazhenie Monomah in Kiev, while his brother Davyd had more rights to Kiev. Union Oleg Svyatoslavich with Polovtsy and 'sedition' and 'rotation of' on the Russian land had been convicted in Russian. chroniclers and the author of "Lay of Igor,''calling it Gorislavich.

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