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The foresaid Vulodimir sonne of Iaroslaus kept his residence at the ancient
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The Foresaid Vulodimir Sonne Of Iaroslaus Kept His Residence At The Ancient Citie Of Kiow Standing Vpon The Riuer Of Boristhenes, And After Diuers Conflicts With His Kinsmen, Hauing Subdued All The Prouinces Vnto Himselfe, Was Called Monomachos, That Is, The Onely Champion.

This man (for I thinke it not amisse to report those things which their owne Manuscript Chronicles make mention

Of) waged warre against Constantine the Emperour of Constantinople, when he had wasted and ouerrun Thracia, being returned home with great and rich spoyles, and making preparation for new wars, Constantine sent Neophytus the Metropolitane of Ephesus and two Bishops, with the gouernour of Antiochia, and Eustaphius the Abbat of Ierusalem, to present rich and magnificent gifts vnto him; as namely, part of the crosse of Sauiour Christ, a crowne of gold, a drinking cup curiously made of Sardonyx stone, a cloake set all ouer with precious stones, and a golden chaine; commaunded them to salute him by the name of Czar (which name, as it may be prooued by many arguments, signifieth a king, and not an Emperour) and concluded a most inuiolable league of amity and friendship with him.

The foresayd Vulodimir begate Vuszeuolodus the second. This Vuszeuolodus lefte eight sonnes behind him, Miscislaus, Isoslaus, Stoslaus, Teropolcus, Weceslaus, Romanus, Georgius, and Andrew. The sonnes of George were Roseslaus, Andrew, Basilius, and Demetrius.

Demetrius begat George, in the yeere 1237. was slaine by one Bathy, a Tartarian duke, which Bathy wasted Moscouia, and subdued the same vnto himselfe.

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