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Vyhovsʹkyĭ, Ivan, -1664

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Personal name headingVyhovsʹkyĭ, Ivan, -1664
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Variant(s)Vygovskiĭ, Ivan Ostafʹevich, -1664
Vyhovsky, Ivan, -1664
Vyhovsʹkyĭ, Ivan, d. 1664
Vyhovs'kyj, Ivan, -1644
Wyhowski, Jan, -1644
Виговський, Іван, -1644
Death date1664
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inObraz hetʹmana Vyhovsʹkoho v ukraïnsʹkiĭ literaturi, 1993: p. 3 (Ivan Vyhovsʹkyĭ; hetʹman Ukraïny 1657-1659)
Istorii︠a︡ Ukraïny, 1994: p. 215 (Vyhovsʹkyĭ, Ivan, 1657-1659)
Rzecz o hetmanie Wyhowskim, 2009: p. 38 (Jan Wyhowski, hetman ... )
LC PreMARC file (hdg.: Vyhovsʹkyĭ, Ivan, Hetman of the Cossacks, d. 1664)
Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 5, p. 665 (Vyhovsky, Ivan [Vyhovs'kyj], d. 19 March 1664 in Olkhivka, near Korsun. Hetman of Ukraine in 1657-59 and close confederate of B. Khmelnytsky with whom he joined forces. He attempted a rapprochement with Poland in order to secure the independence of a fledgling Ukrainian state. However, there was open opposition to closer ties with the Polish Commonwealth which eventually led to a revolt against Vyhovsky. After Vyhovsky's defeat he fled to the Kiev region in September 1659 and his title of hetman was officially revoked. Although he was made voivode of Kiev and starosta of Bar by the Polish king, he was later denounced by P. Teteria as a leader of a Cossack insurrection, and was shot by the Poles near Korsun)
BSĖ, 2nd ed.: (Vygovskiĭ, Ivan Ostafʹevich, d. 1664)