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Rostislav Vseslavich of Lukoml (1070-c1135), Prince of Lukoml, was born 1070 to Vseslav Bryachislavich of Polotsk (c1039-1101) and died 1135 of unspecified causes.

Rostislav Vseslavich (about 1070 - after 1130 ) - the prince in Polotsk land (probably Lukoml ) from 1101, one of the younger sons of Polotsk prince Vseslav Bryachislavich .

Biography

Almost all historians consider him and Svyatoslav Vseslavich to be the younger sons of Vseslav Bryachislavich. After the death of his father in 1101, he received some inheritance in the Polotsk land. According to Voitovich, this was the Lukomsk Principality . In his lot he ruled until 1129, when the Grand Duke of Kiev, Mstislav the Great, made a march to the principality of Polotsk, capturing all Polotsk princes and members of their families, depriving them of their possessions and expelling them to Byzantium . Among the exiled was and Rostislav. More about it nothing is known.


Literature

  • Алексеев Л. В. Полоцкая земля (очерки истории северной Белоруссии) в IX — XIII вв. / *Ответственный редактор академик Б. А. Рыбаков. — М.: Наука, 1966. — 295 с.
  • Славянская энциклопедия. Киевская Русь — Московия: в 2 т. / Автор-составитель В. В. *Богуславский. — М.: ОЛМА-ПРЕСС, 2001. — Т. 2. — 816 с. — 5000 экз. — ISBN 5-224-02249-5.
  • Войтович Л. В. Рюриковичі. Ізяславичі полоцькі // Князівські династії Східної Європи (кінець IX — початок XVI ст.): склад, суспільна і політична роль. Історико-генеалогічне дослідження. — *Львів: Інститут українознавства ім. І.Крип’якевича, 2000. — 649 с. — ISBN 966-02-1683-1. (укр.)
  • Коган В.М., Домбровский-Шалагин В.И. Князь Рюрик и его потомки: Историко-генеалогический свод. — СПб.: «Паритет», 2004. — 688 с. — 3000 экз. — ISBN 5-93437-149-5.
  • Рапов О. М. Княжеские владения на Руси в Х — первой половине XIII в. — М., 1977. — 261 с.




Siblings

#g1: Offspring of Vseslav Bryachislavich of Polotsk (c1039-1101) and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Davyd Vseslavich of Polotsk (c1052-c1129) 1052, 1129, Byzantium, Byzantine Empire Nomen nescio
Roman Vseslavich of Drutsk (c1054-c1115) 1054, 1115, Murom, Murom Rayon, Vladimir Oblast, Russia
Gleb Vseslavich of Minsk (c1055-1119) 1055, 13 September 1119, Kiev, Ukraine Anastasia Yaropolkovna (c1070-1159)
Rogvolod Vseslavich of Polotsk (c1057-1128) 1057, 1128, Polotsk
Svyatoslav Vseslavich of Vitebsk (c1065-c1130) 1065, 1130, Constantinople, Turkey Sofiya Vladimirovna (c1078-c1140)
Rostislav Vseslavich of Lukoml (1070-c1135) 1070, 1135,


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