Iziaslav Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev 1a

Nom de naissance Iziaslav Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev
Identifiant Gramps I2925
Genre masculin
Âge au décès 54 ans, 9 mois, 2 jours

Événements

Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Naissance [E3985] 1024      
Décès [E3986] 3/10/1078      
Note sur l'événement

Décès à la bataille de Nezhatinaia Niva

Parents

Relation avec la souche Nom Date de naissance Date de décès Relation dans la famille (si différent de la naissance)
Père Iaroslav Ier le Sage Vladimirovitch de Kiev [I2100]97820/2/1054
Mère Ingigerd [I2099]entre 1048 et 1050
    Le frère (germain)     Vladimir Iaroslavich [I2930] 1020 1052
    La sœur (germaine)     Anastasia Iaroslavna [I2928] vers 1023 entre 1074 et 1096
         Iziaslav Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev [I2925] 1024 3/10/1078
    La sœur (germaine)     Elisabeth Iaroslavna [I2929] 1025 vers 1067
    Le frère (germain)     Sviatoslav II Iaroslavich [I2931] 1027 27/12/1076
    Le frère (germain)     Vsevolod Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev [I2932] 1030 13/4/1093
    Le frère (germain)     Viatchelav Iaroslavich [I2933] vers 1035 vers 1056
    La sœur (germaine)     Anne Iaroslavna de Kiev [I1833] entre 1024 et 1036 entre 1076 et 1089
    Le frère (germain)     Igor Iaroslavich [I2934] vers 1036 1060
 
Père Iaroslav Ier le Sage Vladimirovitch de Kiev [I2100]97820/2/1054
Belle-mère Anna [I2926]
    Le demi-frère consanguin     Ilya Iaroslavich de Novgorod [I2927]

Familles

    Famille de Iziaslav Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev et Gertrude Piast de Pologne [F1281]
Mariés Femme Gertrude Piast de Pologne [I2924] ( * vers 1025 + 4/1/1108 )
   
Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Mariage [E3987] 1043      

Anecdote

Iziaslav was the oldest son of Yaroslav I the Wise by his second wife Ingigerd Olafsdottir. Iziaslav succeeded his father, after Yaroslav's oldest child, Valdimir (the only child by Yaroslav's first wife), had predeceased his father. Iziaslav was one of the authors of "Pravda Yaroslavichiv" - a part of the first legal code of Rus, called Ruska Pravda.

He is also credited with the foundation of the Kiev Pechersk Monastery. Prince Iziaslav I of Kiev ceded the whole mountain to Antonite monks who founded a monastery built by architects from Constantinople. According to the Primary Chronicle, in the early 11th century, Antony, a Greek Orthodox monk from Esphigmenon monastery on Mount Athos, originally from Liubech of the Principality of Chernigov, returned to Rus' and settled in Kiev as a missionary of the monastic tradition to Kievan Rus'. He chose a cave at the Berestov Mount that overlooked the Dnieper Riverand a community of disciples soon grew.

In 1043 his father Veliki Kniaz (Grand Prince) Yaroslav made an agreement with King Casimir I of Poland that recognized Cherven as part of Kiev. The agreement was sealed with a double marriage—Casimir to Dobronega, Yaroslav's sister; and Iziaslav to Gertrude, Casimir's sister. From this marriage were born three children: Iziaslav's son Yaropolk, Mstislav and Sviatopolk.

As a result of the popular uprising in 1068, Iziaslav was deposed and fled to Poland. In 1069 he retook Kiev with the help of the Polish army; however, he was ousted again by his brothers in 1073. Iziaslav turned to the German emperor, the Polish king and the Pope for help on several occasions. In 1076 he succeeded in retaking Kiev once again, but soon died in an internecine war against Princes Oleg Sviatoslavich and Boris Vyacheslavich.

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Arbre généalogique

  1. Iaroslav Ier le Sage Vladimirovitch de Kiev [I2100]
    1. Ingigerd [I2099]
      1. Vladimir Iaroslavich [I2930]
      2. Anastasia Iaroslavna [I2928]
      3. Iziaslav Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev
        1. Gertrude Piast de Pologne [I2924]
      4. Anne Iaroslavna de Kiev [I1833]
      5. Elisabeth Iaroslavna [I2929]
      6. Sviatoslav II Iaroslavich [I2931]
      7. Vsevolod Ier Iaroslavich de Kiev [I2932]
      8. Viatchelav Iaroslavich [I2933]
      9. Igor Iaroslavich [I2934]

Ascendants

Références des sources

  1. Wikipedia [S0052]
      • Page : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iziaslav_I_of_Kiev