Владимир (Kiev) Киевский

Владимир Святославич (Kiev) Киевский (0956 - 1015)

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Владимир Святославич "Vladimir Sviatoslavich, Grand Prince of Kiev" Киевский formerly Kiev aka of Kiev
Born in Kiev, Kiev, Russiamap
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Died in Berestovo, Kyyiv, Ukrainemap
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Biography

Vladimir Sviatoslavich the Great (Old East Slavic: Володимѣръ Свѧтославичь, Old Norse as Valdamarr Sveinaldsson, Russian: Влади́мир, Vladimir, Ukrainian: Володимир, Volodymyr, Belarusian: Уладзiмiр, Uladzimir; c. 958 – 15 July 1015, Berestove) was a prince of Novgorod, grand prince of Kiev, and ruler of Kievan Rus' from 980 to 1015.[1]


Saint Vladimir Svayatoslavich was born in 0961. Saint Vladimir Svayatoslavich Grand Duke of Kiev ... He passed away in 1015. [2]


Name

Name: Vladimir I The Great Grand Of /Kiev/[3]
Name: Vladamir the Great[4]
Name Prefix: St.
Name: Vladimir of KIEV
Name Prefix: St[5][6]
Name: St. Vladimir of Russia
Given Name: St. Vladimir of Russia
Name: Vladimir I // The Great Good Duke
Given Name: Vladimir I
Name Suffix: The Great Good Duke
Note: Saint Vladimir The Great[7]
Note: Saint Vladimir[8]
Note: Saint Vladimir 2[9]
Note: Bijgenaamd De Grote, Grootvorst van Kiev
Name: Vladimir I (Czar of Russia)
Name: Saint Vladimir I the Great Runik /Svyatoslavich/[10]

Title

Title: Grand Duke of Kiev

Birth

Birth:
Date: 0956
Date: ABT 958
Place: Kyyiv, Kiev, Ukraine[11][12]
Place: Gårdarike, Könugård (Kiev)[13]


Occupation

Occupation: Prince of Novgorod, Grand Prince of Russia
Occupation: Great Prince of Kiev
Occupation: Kung i Novgorod (Holmgård) 970-977 och furste i Rus 980-1015[14]

Marriages

According to the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy's Medieval Lands Index:

Vladimir married:

firstly ([977], divorced 986) as her second husband, ROGNED of Polotsk, widow of --- Jarl in Sweden, daughter of ROGVOLOD Prince of Polotsk & his wife --- ([956]-[998/1000]).
secondly (Kherson 988) ANNA of Byzantium, daughter of Emperor ROMANOS II & his second wife Theophano [née Anastasia] (13 Mar 963-[1008/11] or [1022], bur Kiev, church of the Palace).
thirdly (after 1011) [ADELIA] [von Öhningen, daughter of KONRAD Duke of Swabia & his wife Richlint ---] (-after 14 Aug 1018).


Death

Date: 15 Jul 1015
Place: Berestovo, Kyyiv, Ukraine[15][16]
Place: Gårdarike, Könugård (Kiev)[17]
Place: Berestovo, Kiev, Ukraine

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_the_Great

Vladimir Sviatoslavich the Great (Old East Slavic: Володимѣръ Свѧтославичь, Old Norse as Valdamarr Sveinaldsson, Russian: Влади́мир, Vladimir, Ukrainian: Володимир, Volodymyr, Belarusian: Уладзiмiр, Uladzimir; c. 958 – 15 July 1015, Berestove) was a prince of Novgorod, grand prince of Kiev, and ruler of Kievan Rus' from 980 to 1015.[2][3]

Vladimir's father was prince Sviatoslav of the Rurik dynasty.[4] 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 had murdered his other brother Oleg and conquered Rus'. In Sweden, with the help from his relative Ladejarl Håkon Sigurdsson, ruler of Norway, he assembled a Varangian army and reconquered Novgorod from Yaropolk.[5] By 980 Vladimir had consolidated the Kievan realm from modern-day Ukraine to the Baltic Sea and had solidified the frontiers against incursions of Bulgarian, Baltic, and Eastern nomads. Originally a Slavic pagan, Vladimir converted to Christianity in 988[6][7][8] and Christianized the Kievan Rus'.[9]


Rise to the throne[edit]

Vladimir, born in 958 in Budutino (Russian: Будутино), was the natural son and youngest son of Sviatoslav I of Kiev by his housekeeper Malusha. Malusha is described in the Norse sagas as a prophetess who lived to the age of 100 and was brought from her cave to the palace to predict the future. Malusha's brother Dobrynya was Vladimir's tutor and most trusted advisor. Hagiographic tradition of dubious authenticity also connects his childhood with the name of his grandmother, Olga Prekrasa, who was Christian and governed the capital during Sviatoslav's frequent military campaigns.

Transferring his capital to Pereyaslavets in 969, Sviatoslav designated Vladimir ruler of Novgorod the Great but gave Kiev to his legitimate son Yaropolk. After Sviatoslav's death in 972, a fratricidal war erupted in 976 between Yaropolk and his younger brother Oleg, ruler of the Drevlians. In 977 Vladimir fled to his kinsman Haakon Sigurdsson, ruler of Norway, collecting as many Norse warriors as he could to assist him to recover Novgorod. On his return the next year, he marched against Yaropolk. On his way to Kiev he sent ambassadors to Rogvolod (Norse: Ragnvald), prince of Polotsk, to sue for the hand of his daughter Rogneda (Norse: Ragnhild). The high-born princess refused to affiance herself to the son of a bondswoman, so Vladimir attacked Polotsk, slew Rogvolod, and took Ragnhild by force. Polotsk was a key fortress on the way to Kiev, and capturing Polotsk and Smolensk facilitated the taking of Kiev in 978, where he slew Yaropolk by treachery and was proclaimed knyaz of all Kievan Rus.[10]

Wikipedia Description

Vladimir the Great. Three more wives.

Wikipedia: Though Christianity had won many converts since Olga's rule, Vladimir had remained a thorough going pagan, taking eight hundred concubines (besides numerous wives) and erecting pagan statues and shrines to gods. It is argued that he attempted to reform Slavic paganism by establishing thunder-god Preun as a supreme deity. "Although Christianity in Kiev existed before Vladimir's time, he had remained a pagan, accumulated about seven wives, established temples, and, it is said, taken part in idolatrous rites involving human sacrifice."
"In 983, after another of his military successes, Prince Vladimir and his army thought it necessary to sacrifice human lives to the gods. A lot was cast and it fell on a youth, Ioann by name, the son of a Christian, Fyodor. His father stood firmly against his son being sacrificed to the idols. More than that, he tried to show the pagans the futility of their faith:
"Your gods are just plain wood: it is here now but it may rot into oblivion tomorrow; your gods neither eat, nor drink, nor talk and are made by human hand from wood; whereas there is only one God -- He is worshipped by Greeks and He created heaven and earth; and your gods? They have created nothing, for they have been created themselves; never will I give my son to the devils!"
An open abuse of the deities, to which most of our forefathers bowed in reverence in those times, triggered widespread indignation. Rampant crowds killed the Christian Fyodor and his son Ioann. Later on, after the overall christening of Russia, people came to regard them as the first Christian martyrs in Russia and the Orthodox Church set a day to commemorate them -- July 25.
Immediately after the murder of Fyodor and Ioann Ancient Russia saw persecutions against Christians, many of which had to escape or conceal their belief.
However, Prince Vladimir mused over the incident long after, and not in the last place, for political considerations too. The chronicles have it that different preachers came to the Prince, each offering a particular faith. Vladimir spoke to Muslims, Catholics, Jews but for different reasons rejected all the religions. Finally, a Greek philosopher told the prince of the Old and New Testaments and presented him with a canvas depicting Doomsday. When he learned of what the unrepentant were in for, Prince Vladimir went numb with horror and after a short pause said with a sigh: "Blessed are the good doers and damned are the evil!"

Saint

Saint Vloldymyr the I of Kiev, 956-1015, Grandson of St. Olga and illegitimate son of Sviatoslav I Kiev , grand duke of Kiev, and his mistress, Malushka, he was given Novgorod to rule by his father. Civil war broke out between his half-brothers Yaropolk and Oleg; Yaropolk made himself ruler by defeating and killing Oleg, and when he captured Novgorod, Vladimirwas forced to flee to Scandinavia in 977. Vladimir returned with an army and captured Novgorod and defeated and slew Yaropolk at Rodno in 980; Vladimir was now sole ruler of Russia, notorious for his barbarism and immorality. After his conquest of Kherson in the Crimea in 988, he became impressed by the progrerss of Christianity and approached Eastern Emperor Basil II about marrying the emperor's daughter Ann. He was converted, reformed his life and married Anne. On his return to Kiev, he invited Greek missionaries to Russia, let his people to Christianity, borrowed canonical feacures from the West and built schools and churches. His later years were troubled by rebellions led by the sons of his first marriages, although two sons by Anne, SS Romanus and David became martyrs. In 1014 he was obliged to march against his rebellious son Yaroslav in Novgorod, fell ill on the way and died at Beresyx, Russia. He is patron of the Russian Catholics. Feastday July 15. [18]

Note

Denna Vladimir var resultatet av en lös förbindelse mellan fursten och hans moders hushållerska, Malusha eller Malmfrid, och räknades därför inte som fullvärdig. (Vikingar i österled, sid 47, Mats G. Larsson)

Efter att ha besegrat sin bror Jaropolk 980 blev han herre även över Kiev, varefter de två furstendömena förenades och blev Gårdarikes mäktigaste. Döpte sig 987 och införde kristendomen som statsreligion, varför han efter sin död blev förklarad helig. (Bra Böcker nr 25 sid 20)
Den virile kung Vladimir antog 988 kristendomen i dess ortodoxa form, slog sönder alla avgudabilder, upplöste sitt väldiga harem, förmälde sig med den byzantinska prinsessan Anna (syster till bulgardödaren, kejsaren Basileios II) och lät massdöpa alla sina undersåtar i Dnjepr. (En nordisk kronologi, Alf Henrikson)
Vladimir blir 970 furste i Novgorod (Holmgård). Vladimir flyr 977 från Novgorod till Skandiavien. Vladimir återvänder 980 tillsammans med varjager, intar Kiev, dödar Jaropolk och blir furste i Rus. Olaf Tryggvasson växer upp på 980-talet hos Vladimir. Vladimir gifter sig 988 med kejsarsystern Anna och döps. (Vikingar i österled, Mats G. Larsson)
Väringar (på ryska varjager) kallades nordiska krigare som under vikingatid och tidig medeltid tog tjänst som legosoldater i den bysantinske kejsarens livvakt. De var samtidigt ungefär 500 till antalet och ryktbara för tapperhet och trohet mot sin herre. Efter normandernas erövring av England vid 1000-talets mitt ersattes de nordiska soldaterna successivt av anglosaxiska. (Bra Böcker)
Vladimir (St.) the Great of Kiev, Grand Prince of Kiev Born: 960. Acceded: 978 Died: 15 JUL 1015, Kiev, Ukraine. Father: Svyatoslav I Suitislaus of Kiev, Prince of Kiev, b. ABT 942. Mother: Malusha. Married to Bohemia, Malfreda of. Married 980 to von Polotzk, Rogneda, Nun. Child 1: Yaroslav I the Wise of Kiev, Prince of Kiev, b. 978. Child 2: Vissavald of Kiev. Child 3: Iasaslav, Prince of Polotzk. Child 4: Mtsislav, Grand Prince Tschernigow. Child 5: Premislava. Child 6: Sviataslav. Child 7: Sudislav, Prince of Pskow. Child 8: Wizeslau, Prince of Novgorod. Married 989 to Porphyrogenita, Anna.Child 9: Gleb (St.). Child 10: Boris (St.). Child 11: daughter of Kiev. Married to Adelja. (Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Hull, England)
Kommentar till bilden på stenen:
För första gången har en avbildad person på en sten från vikingatiden i Skandinavien kunnat identifieras. På stenen vid Krageholms slott norr om Ystad finns en man med en märklig huvudbonad. Han håller ett kors i handen. Mannen har nu blivit identifierad som fursten Vladimir den store av Kiev, rapporterar den arkeologiska internettidningen infoArtefact.
Mannen bakom upptäckten är Bert Åkesson, filosofie kandidat med arkeologi som huvudämne. Furst Vladimir I var en hedning som tog dopet 988 i utbyte mot ett giftermål med den bysantinska kejsaren Basileios II syster Anna. När jag jämförde de få beskrivningar av Vladimir och den klädsel han förmodligen skulle ha burit, så var det som om jag såg mannen på bildstenen framför mig. Till och med ett underligt streck vid huvudet visar sig vara en hårlock som Vladimir med all säkerhet bar. En viking från Skåne bevittnade allt detta och reste en minnessten när han kom hem. - Mannen på bildstenen är tusen år gammal.

St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral

Viewable at: http://kiev.com/sights/view/st.-volodymyrs-cathedral

The St. Vladimir Cathedral, entirely financed by charitable donations, was built between 1862 and 1882. The solemn dedication of the cathedral took place in the presence of Nicolas II and his wife, on August 20, 1896.

Nowadays, Saint Vladimir is the most important religious building of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. It's the headquarters of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Kiev Patriarchate) where the frequently celebrated services differ in their solemnity.

The frescoes and paintings are the works of the most famous Russian artists of the late nineteenth century: V. Vasnetsov, M. Vruebel, M. Nesterov, and many more.

Written by Diaby Kamara


Sources

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Note: Map of Ukraine
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Note: Kiev COA
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Note: Ukraine COA
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Note: Vladimir I adopted Christianity and made Russia a Christian nation.

Footnotes

  1. Companion to the Calendar: A Guide to the Saints and Mysteries of the Christian Calendar, p. 105, Mary Ellen Hynes, Ed. Peter Mazar, LiturgyTrainingPublications, 1993
    National geographic, Vol. 167, p. 290, National Geographic Society, 1985; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volodymyr_I_of_Kiev
  2. First-hand information as remembered by Betty Hewett, Monday, January 13, 2014. Replace this citation if there is another source.
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  18. http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=434&wf=rsscol; St. Vladimir; Catholic Online

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On 13 Nov 2018 at 11:29 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:

Van Rusland-1 and Kiev-2 appear to represent the same person because: Father, grandparents and great-grandfather are all duplicates.

On 31 Aug 2018 at 22:17 GMT K. Anonymous wrote:

There is a duplicate profile for Vladimir here: Van_Rusland-1. They need to be merged; ditto father and grandparents, etc.

On 17 Mar 2018 at 13:59 GMT Rod Carty wrote:

Additional source:

Royal Genealogies, Or the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Princes by Rev. James Anderson pub 1732

https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=yrqeY839bMwC&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&authuser=0&hl=en&pg=GBS.PP3

page 404/428 (image page number/PDF page number) Table CLXXV 175 The Princes and Czars of Duscovy or Russia page 404/428, 405/429

Wolodomir I Swietoslawitz got first Newgart; he overcame his brother, and was chosen the first Czar. He built the town of Wolodimir, where he fixed his Seat. He was first a pagan idolater, but was converted to Christ, and joined those of the Greek Church and when baptized was called Basilius 990. Others say 999. He died 1005.

On 2 Oct 2016 at 14:51 GMT C (Sälgö) S wrote:

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On 2 Sep 2014 at 18:00 GMT Vic Watt wrote:

Grand Duke of Kiev-14 and Kiev-2 appear to represent the same person because: Please merge. Thanks.

On 14 Aug 2014 at 06:36 GMT Darrell Parker wrote:

Kiev-2 and Sviatoslavich-3 appear to represent the same person because: same parents, name, spouse, child

On 8 Aug 2014 at 22:19 GMT Darrell Parker wrote:

UNKNOWN-17272 and Kiev-2 appear to represent the same person because: same location, parents, siblings, spouse, death

On 19 Nov 2011 at 10:51 GMT Aran Stubbs wrote:

Vladimir "the Great" of Kiev.

On 2 Mar 2011 at 13:00 GMT Krissi (Hubbard) Love wrote:

Known as Vladimir "the Great".



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