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David Vseslavich

b. unknown – d. after 1129 [1]

Father

Vseslav Briacheslavich [2]

Mother

unknown [3]

Titles

Marriages

Footnotes

  1. Birth/Death: Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1129 records his exile to Constantinople.; Tver Chronicle, s.a. 1129 records his exile to Constaninople.[↑]
  2. Father: PVL s.a. 1103.[↑]
  3. Mother: Conjectural based upon a child cited in PVL, s.a. 1103.[↑]
  4. Kniaz′ of Polotsk: Vseslav Briacheslavich dies in 1101, and it is assumed that David inherits, though he is mentioned as Kniaz′ until 1103. PVL s.a. 1103.; Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1128.; Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1127.; Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1127.[↑]
  5. Kniaz′ of Polotsk: NPL s.a. 1128.; Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1128.; Hypatian Chronicle, s.a. 1129.; NChL s.a. 1128.; Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1128.; Tver Chronicle, s.a. 1128.; Nikon Chronicle, s.a. 1128.; All of these sources record Boris' death as ruler of Polotsk. It is possible to conjecture that David stepped back in as ruler of Polotsk in violation of an oath to Mstislav Vladimirich, thus earning his exile.; Voskresenskaia Chronicle, s.a. 1129 records his exile to Constantinople.; Tver Chronicle, s.a. 1129 records his exile to Constaninople.[↑]
  6. Marriage to unknown: Her existence is conjectural based upon the children of David cited in numerous places, including Laurentian Chronicle, s.a. 1127.[↑]