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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sviatoslav_ISviatoslav I - Wikipedia

    Sviatoslav I Igorevich (Old East Slavic: Ст҃ославъ / Свѧтославъ Игорєвичь, romanized: Svętoslavŭ Igorevičǐ; Russian: Святослав Игоревич; Ukrainian: Святослав Ігорович, romanized: Sviatoslav Ihorovych; Belarusian: Святаслаў Ігаравіч; (943 – 26 March 972), also spelled Svyatoslav, was Grand Prince of Kiev famous ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Olga_of_KievOlga of Kiev - Wikipedia

    After Igor's death in 945, Olga ruled Kievan Rus' as regent on behalf of their son Sviatoslav. She was the first woman to rule Kievan Rus'. Little is known about Olga's tenure as ruler of Kiev, but the Primary Chronicle does give an account of her accession to the throne and her bloody revenge on the Drevlians for the murder of her husband as well as some insight into her role as civil leader ...

  3. Sviatoslav I of Kiev ... Sviatoslav's invasion of Bulgaria refers to a conflict beginning in 967/968 and ending in 971, carried out in the eastern ...

  4. Sviatoslav "Svi" Yuriyovych Mykhailiuk (Ukrainian: Святосла́в Ю́рійович Михайлю́к, pronounced [swjɐtoˈslɑu̯ mɪxɐjˈlʲuk]; born June 10, 1997) is a Ukrainian professional basketball player for the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kievan_Rus&Kievan Rus' - Wikipedia

    He extended his control from Novgorod south along the Dnieper river valley to protect trade from Khazar incursions from the east, and took control of the city of Kiev. Sviatoslav I (943–972) achieved the first major expansion of Kievan Rus' territorial control, fighting a war of conquest against the Khazars.

  6. Durante el reinado de Sviatoslav entre 945 y 972, los gobernantes de Kiev adoptaron la religión y nombres eslavos, pero su druzhina siguió estando formada principalmente por escandinavos. Las conquistas militares de Sviatoslav fueron destacables: propinó sendos impactos mortales a sus dos vecinos más poderosos, el Kaganato jázaro y el Imperio búlgaro , que cayeron poco después de sus ...

  7. Vladimir's father was Prince Sviatoslav I of Kiev of the Rurikid dynasty. After the death of his father in 972, Vladimir, who was then prince of Novgorod, was forced to flee to Scandinavia in 976 after his brother Yaropolk murdered his other brother Oleg of Drelinia, becoming the sole ruler of Rus'.