Yeruslan Lazarevich (Cyrillic: Еруслан Лазаревич), also known as Eruslan Lazarevich or, in the Tatar original, Uruslan, is the Russian folk literature hero of The Tale of Eruslane Lazarevic, recounting the many military and amorous adventures of a young and beautiful hero, a tale which was much liked by the old Russian readers due to a variety of its content and by appearing frequently on the lubok, was widely spread among the people. Its influence is noticeable even on some retelling of tales about Ilya of Murom.

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  • Yeruslan Lazarevich (Cyrillic: Еруслан Лазаревич), also known as Eruslan Lazarevich or, in the Tatar original, Uruslan, is the Russian folk literature hero of The Tale of Eruslane Lazarevic, recounting the many military and amorous adventures of a young and beautiful hero, a tale which was much liked by the old Russian readers due to a variety of its content and by appearing frequently on the lubok, was widely spread among the people. Its influence is noticeable even on some retelling of tales about Ilya of Murom. Erusulan, Uruslan and the German form Jeruslan Lasarewitch are some of the variant spellings. (en)
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  • Yeruslan Lazarevich (Cyrillic: Еруслан Лазаревич), also known as Eruslan Lazarevich or, in the Tatar original, Uruslan, is the Russian folk literature hero of The Tale of Eruslane Lazarevic, recounting the many military and amorous adventures of a young and beautiful hero, a tale which was much liked by the old Russian readers due to a variety of its content and by appearing frequently on the lubok, was widely spread among the people. Its influence is noticeable even on some retelling of tales about Ilya of Murom. (en)
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