Gleb Svyatoslavich of Novgorod was born circa 1048 to Svyatoslav II Yaroslavich of Kiev (1027-1076) and Cecilia of Dithmarschen (c1030-c1070) and died 30 May 1078 Volokolamsk, Volokolamsk Rayon, Moscow Oblast, Russia of unspecified causes.
He began to reign in Tmutarakan in 1064, but was driven out in the same year by his cousin Rostislav Vladimirovich. He returned to Tmutarakan with his father's help, but was soon again driven away by Rostislav. Gleb has managed to establish himself as ruler of Tmutarakan only after Rostislav's death in 1067.
In 1067 for a short time he was prince of Novgorod, but after Vsevlav Bryachislavich of Polotsk was installed as Grand Prince of Kiev he returned to Tmutarakan, where, according to the inscription on the marble stone of Tmutarakan in 1068 measured the distance between the ice and Tmutarakan Kerch (it is the oldest known example of topographic and hydrographic work in Russia).
After fleeing from Polotsk in front of the advancing Vsevlav, be settled in Novgorod in 1069 and was able to defend it against Vsevlav's troops. He ruled Novgorod till 1073 till his father Svyatoslav was crowned Grand Prince of Kiev. Svyatoslav gave Gleb the Principality of Pereyaslavl. After his father's death and the raising to power of Vsevolod Yaroslavich in 1077 was again relegated to Novgorod.
The following year, with the appearance of a Novgorod pagan priest, who called the people to revolt, according to the Chronicle, the main of them are killed, and was then fired Novgorod. Exile Hleb, according to the doctor of historical sciences Froyanova IJ , match, probably with great danger for him. "Escape from Gleb Novgorod - a sign saying about emergency situation, forcing the governor to leave the city. Apparently, the life of the prince was under threat coming from Novgorod, accused him of misfortunes (poor harvest fruits of the earth) that have befallen the land of Novgorod "  .
Getting no help from the other princes, Gleb Svyatoslavich ran for Volok-na-Lame (now Volokolamsk, where he was killed by the Chuds, on May 30, 1078. Buried 23 July 1078 in Chernigov.
|Wyszesława Svyatoslavna of Kiev (c1047-c1090)||1047||1090||Bolesław II the Bold (c1042-1081)|
|Gleb Svyatoslavich of Novgorod (c1048-1078)||1048||30 May 1078 Volokolamsk, Volokolamsk Rayon, Moscow Oblast, Russia|
|Roman Svyatoslavich Krasnyi of Tmutarakan (c1050-1079)||1050||2 August 1079|
|Davyd Svyatoslavich of Chernigov (c1052-1123)||1052||1123||Theodosia (c1060-c1110)|
|Oleg I Svyatoslavich of Chernigov (c1053-1115)||1053||2 August 1115||Theophano Mouzalonissa (c1075-c1105) |
Daughter of Osaluka-Khan
|Yaroslav Svyatoslavich of Chernigov (1074-1129)||1074||1129||NN |
|Daughter of Kiev (c1070-c1117)||1070||1117||Kilij Arslan I of Rum (-1107)|
Gleb SvyatoslavichBorn: c1048 Died: 1078
| Prince of Tmutarakan
| Prince of Tmutarakan
| Prince of Novgorod