Rostislav Vsevolodovich (baptised Mikail  ) (1070 - May 26, 1093) - Prince of Pereyaslavl ( 1078 -1093), the youngest son of Vsevolod Yaroslavich, from the marriage with the Polovtsian princess Anna Polovetskaya , brother of Vladimir Monomakh.
After the death of his uncle in the battle of Nezhatina Niva and the occupation of his father of the throne of Kiev throne, he reigned in Pereyaslavl and, together with his brother, prince of Chernigov, participated in the fight against the Polovtsians.
Even during Vsevolod Yaroslavich's illness, a new wave of Polovtsian raids began on the Kievan Rus'. After Vsevolod's death and the occupation of the throne of Kiev by Svyatopolk Izyaslavich of Turov, the Russian princes undertook a campaign against the Polovtsians. Svyatopolk, Vladimir and Rostislav crossed the Stugna River and lost the battle. During the retreat Rostislav drowned. Vladimir tried to save him, but almost drowned himself.
The image of Rostislav Vsevolodovich in art
Rostislav Vsevolodovich is the subject of Aleksei Konstantinovich Tolstoy's ballad "Prince Rostislav", as well as of the symphonic poem by Sergei Vasilyevich Rakhmaninov's bearing the same name. In addition, the mention of the prince is contained in the "Lay of Igor's Regiment": Igor Svyatoslavich recalls the battle of the Stugna River during the flight, which "I take Prince Rostislav off short" - "the youth of Prince Rostislav concluded" 
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Rostislav Vsevolodich of Pereyaslavl (1070-1093)
RurikovichBorn: 1070 Died: 1093
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Vladimir Vsevolodovich Monomakh)
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