Vseslav

Vseslav

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Vseslav meaning of the name and the interpretation of the name. Vseslav - the most glorious (Art.
fame ).
Zodiac name - Aquarius. Planet - Uranus. The color of the name is gray. Auspicious tree - pine. Cherished plant-mimosa. The patron of the name is the fox. Stone mascot - zircon.
Diminutive forms. Vseslavushka, Glory.
Middle name. Bseslavovich, Vseslavich, Vseslavovna, Vseslavna.
Name and character. Vseslav is very attractive for other people with his humanity. He takes someone else's grief as his own and does everything to help those in trouble. In general, Vseslav is obsessed with the idea of ​​reorganization, the improvement of everything, ranging from human characters to social relations. He hates pedantry and routine; periods of laziness and inaction alternate with bouts of violent enthusiasm. In communication, Vseslav is reserved, modest, rarely burdens people with requests, although he is ready to give everything to others.
Name in history and literature. History is known Vseslav Bryachislavich, Prince of Polotsk from 1044 to 1101. He was the great-grandson of Rogneda and hated the children of Yaroslav, considering himself the legitimate heir to the Kiev throne, for his grandfather, Izyaslav, was the eldest son of St. VladimirThe modern chronicler calls the All-Glory evil and bloodthirsty, superstitiously attributing this cruelty to some kind of magic bandage worn by the prince to close the natural sores on his head. Vseslav, besieging Pskov without success, unexpectedly conquered Novgorod; captivated many inhabitants; not spared the shrines of the churches, robbed Sophia. Insulted by such arrogance, Yaroslavichi joined their forces and, despite the cruel winter, besieged Minsk in the principality of Polotsk; they took him, slew the citizens, and sent the wives and children into captivity to the soldiers. Vseslav met with the enemies on the banks of the Neman, covered with deep snow. Many Russians on both sides lay in place. The Grand Duke won; but still fearing his nephew, he entered into peace negotiations and called to him. Vseslav, believing the oath of Yaroslavlich that they would not do him any harm, moved the Dnieper by boat, near Smolensk. The Grand Duke met him, brought him into his tent, and put them in the hands of the soldiers: they took the unfortunate with two sons, took him to Kiev and imprisoned him in a dungeon. Providence punished the treacherous on the shores of Alta: in a few months Izyaslav and his brothers in the night battle were utterly defeated by ferocious Polovtsy.The Grand Duke and Vsevolod went to Kiev, and Svyatoslav to Chernigov. The warriors of the first, ashamed of their flight, demanded the veche; gathered in the commercial area, in Kiev Podol, and sent to tell Izyaslav that he gave them weapons and horses for the secondary battle with the Polovtsy. The Grand Duke, offended by this insolence, did not want to fulfill their desires. There was a rebellion, and the rioters freed the Polotsk prince: then both Yaroslavich fled from the capital in horror, and the people declared Vseslav the sovereign and looted the prince's house, stealing a great many gold, silver, martens and squirrels. With the help of Poland, the rebellion was soon suppressed, Vseslav returned to Polotsk and kept him behind him until his death.

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