Sviatoslav


Sviatoslav

Sviatoslav (rendered in Cyrillic as Святослав) is an East Slavic, and particularly Russian, given name. The name, composed of the roots for "holy" (святой) and "glory" (слава), has been bourne by a number of rulers of the Kievan Rus, including:

*Sviatoslav I of Kiev (r. c. 962-972)
*Sviatoslav Yaroslavich, eleventh-century prince of Kiev and Chernigov.
*Sviatoslav Olgovich, a twelfth-century Prince of Novgorod-Severski (1136-1138, 1139), Belgorod (1141-1154) and Chernigov (1154 -1164). Son of Oleg Sviatoslavich (Gorislavich), Prince of Chernigov.
*Sviatoslav III of Kiev (d. 1194), Prince of Turov (1142 and 1154), Vladimir and Volyn (1141-1146), Pinsk (1154), Novgorod-Seversky (1157-1164), Chernigov (1164-1177), Grand Prince of Kiev (1174, 1177-1180, 1182-1194).
* Sviatoslav Richter, Soviet pianist
*Sviatoslav Vsevolodovich, a thirteenth-century prince of Vladimir and Novgorod.


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