Truvor (Tro-vanner) ? (Of Continental Geatland) a. a. 864 - Taolenn an diskennidi

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11/1 <?+?> Truvor (Tro-vanner) ? (Of Continental Geatland) [?]
marvidigezh: 864
Легендарний князь, брат Рюрика и Синеуса.

Historians have for decades attributed to Rurik some brothers named Sineus and Truvor. Unfortunately these names do not bear any resemblance to Rosomani, Ywar, or Vendish names and are likely misinterpretations of Scandinavian terms wherein Rurik arrived from Vendland with "sinhus" (his household) and "trosvanner" (sworn liegemen). They set sail from Roselagen (The Upsalan archepelago) and the contingency consisted of native Svear of Upsala and Rosamani (Geatish Continentals).

His historical personality is generally disputed. It is however generally accepted that one or more persons like Rurik have existed. He is said to be a Viking leader that built a fortess in 862, just south of Novgorod. Archeological exploration indicates that Ruriks settlement must be at least a century older. The pottery found there is related to Jutland pottery of that time, so a strong Viking connection is clear. One theory identifies Rurik as Rorik of Dorestad, a Danish Viking leader that ravaged the southern North Sea and was established as a fuedal lord in Dorestad (an important trading settlement on the Rhine river in then-Friesland). He dissapears from history around 860 but in 880 a document reports he is deceased. (sources: English and Dutch version of Wikipedia)

[and Dir]

Askold (Haskuldr in Old East Norse and Höskuldr in Old West Norse) and Dir (Dyri in both dialects of Old Norse) were, according to the Primary Chronicle, two of Rurik's men who ruled Kiev in the 870s. That chronicle implies that they were neither his relatives nor of noble blood.
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