Vyshata "the Magnanimous", styled at the time of his death as Vyshata, the First of His Name, Basileus of the Orthodox Roman Empire, Tsar of All Russia, King of Greece, Doux of Thracia, High Gnaz of Antioch, and Lord Protector of Tripoli was a Byzantine Emperor who ruled from 1155.

Vyshata was considered heir apparent after his father Rostislav's death in 1138. He was peacefully crowned in 1155, following the death of his grandfather. His reign was marked by the funding of new hospitals, Byzantine expansion into the Levantine, and a third outbreak of bubonic plague.