Sviatoslav I Igorevich de Kiev 1a

Nom de naissance Sviatoslav I Igorevich de Kiev
Nom de naissance Свąтославъ
Nom de naissance Sventoslavŭ
Nom de naissance Святослав Игоревич
Identifiant Gramps I2568
Genre masculin
Âge au décès environ 30 ans, 2 mois


Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Naissance [E3698] vers 942      
Décès [E3699] mars 972      


Relation avec la souche Nom Date de naissance Date de décès Relation dans la famille (si différent de la naissance)
Père Igor de Kiev [I2573]945
Mère Sainte Olga de Kiev [I2574]vers 89011. juillet 969
         Sviatoslav I Igorevich de Kiev [I2568] vers 942 mars 972


    Famille de Sviatoslav I Igorevich de Kiev et Malusha [F1110]
Non mariés Conjoint Malusha [I2569] ( * + ... )
Nom Naissance Décès
Vladimir Ier le Grand Svyatoslavich de Kiev [I2168]vers 95815. juillet 1015


Sviatoslav I Igorevich (Old East Slavic: С~тославъ / Свąтославъ[1] Игорєвичь, Sventoslavŭ / Svantoslavŭ Igorevičǐ; Ukrainian: Святослав Ігорович, Svyatoslav Igorovič; Svetoslav; Russian: Святослав Игоревич, Svyatoslav Igorevič; Bulgarian: Светослав, Greek: Σφενδοσθλάβος, Sphendosthlabos; c. 942 – March 972), also spelled Svyatoslav, was a warrior prince of Kievan Rus. The son of Igor of Kiev and Olga, Sviatoslav is famous for his incessant campaigns in the east and south, which precipitated the collapse of two great powers of Eastern Europe—Khazaria and the First Bulgarian Empire; he also subdued the Volga Bulgars, the Alans, and numerous East Slavic tribes, and at times was allied with the Pechenegs and Magyars. His decade-long reign over Rus' was marked by rapid expansion into the Volga River valley, the Pontic steppe and the Balkans. By the end of his short life, Sviatoslav carved out for himself the largest state in Europe, eventually moving his capital from Kiev to Pereyaslavets on the Danube in 969. In contrast with his mother's conversion to Christianity, Sviatoslav remained a staunch pagan all of his life. Due to his abrupt death in combat, Sviatoslav's conquests, for the most part, were not consolidated into a functioning empire, while his failure to establish a stable succession led to civil war among his successors.

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Arbre généalogique

  1. Igor de Kiev [I2573]
    1. Sainte Olga de Kiev [I2574]
      1. Sviatoslav I Igorevich de Kiev
        1. Malusha [I2569]
          1. Vladimir Ier le Grand Svyatoslavich de Kiev [I2168]


Références des sources

  1. Wikipedia [S0052]
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