Dolobske council of princes

Dolobske council of princes. A conference of princes that took place in 1103 near Dolobske Lake opposite Kyiv. The council was attended by the Kyivan prince Sviatopolk Iziaslavych and the Pereiaslav prince Volodymyr Monomakh, who were accompanied by their armed retinues. The council discussed a joint campaign against the Cumans. Volodymyr Monomakh persuaded the others that an immediate campaign was imperative. The joint campaign, in which the united armies of the Rus' princes routed the Cumans, took place in 1103.




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