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  1. Vladimir le Grand Vladimir I er le Grand (gravure de 1889). Titre Grand-prince de Novgorod puis de Kiev 11 juin 980 – 15 juillet 1015 35 ans, 1 mois et 4 jours Prédécesseur Iaropolk I er Successeur Sviatopolk I er Biographie Dynastie Riourikides Nom de naissance Vladimir Sviatoslavitch Date de naissance 958 Date de décès 15 juillet 1015 Lieu de décès Berestova (Rus' de Kiev) Père ...

  2. The Rurik dynasty (Belarusian: Ру́рыкавічы, romanized: Rúrykavichy; Russian: Рю́риковичи, romanized: Ryúrikovichi, IPA: [ˈrjʉrʲɪkəvʲɪt͡ɕɪ]; Ukrainian: Рю́риковичі, romanized: Riúrykovychi, IPA: [ˈrʲurɪkowɪtʃi]; literally "sons/scions of Rurik"), also known as the Rurikid dynasty or Rurikids, was a noble lineage founded by the Varangian prince ...

  3. Vsevolod I Yaroslavich (Russian: Всеволод I Ярославич, Ukrainian: Всеволод I Ярославич, Old Norse: Vissivald) (c. 1030 – 13 April 1093), ruled as Grand Prince of Kiev from 1078 until his death.

  4. By 1496, the monastery's fortunes had revived. Its name was changed from St. Demetrius's Monastery to St. Michael's, after the cathedral church built by Sviatopolk II. Restoration and subsequent patronage. After being restored and enlarged during the 16th century, the monastery became one of the most popular and wealthiest in Ukraine.

  5. 882–1240 Carte des débuts de la Rus’ de Kiev. Informations générales Statut Monarchie Capitale Kiev Langue(s) Vieux russe Religion Polythéisme slave et paganisme nordique (minorité varègue) puis christianisme orthodoxe (religion officielle en 988) Monnaie Grivna Démographie Population (1000) env. 5 400 000 hab Superficie Superficie (1000) 1 300 000 km 2 Histoire et événements 980 ...

  6. In 967 the Byzantines instigated the Rus to attack the First Bulgarian Empire and it is probably around this campaign that the marriage of Vladimir I of Kiev to a Bulgarian noblewoman, who is assumed to be a daughter of Peter I, i.e., sister of Boris II, was arranged. One of the sons of Vladimir I was given the name Boris.

  7. Sviatopolk ordered the murder of three of Vladimir's younger sons. 1016: Yaroslav I, another of Sviatopolk's brothers, led an army against him and defeated him, forcing him to flee to Poland. 1017: Yaroslav issued the first Russian code of law, the Russkaya Pravda. 1018: Polish Expedition to Kiev: Sviatopolk led the Polish army into Rus'.