For details (here are also not all the details) depicted the Byzantine historian Sviatoslav, feeling that it is designed to capture the appearance of one of the greatest generals. Svyatoslav utmost simplicity being said, as you know, and "Tale of Bygone Years" (translation Likhachev): "... and he did not have a tent, but slept postilaya saddle-blanket with a seat at the head." The fact that the Russian general, not beating Tzimisces, yet not suffered a real defeat, clearly expressed also as follows: after the meeting described the emperor in late July 971, he apparently was on the Danube for a long time. For in the not too distant Dnieper Svyatoslav already appeared in late autumn. In his terrible Dnieper rapids waiting Pechenegs ...
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