- Eudoxia of Moscow (Russian: Евдокия Дмитриевна, Yevdokia Dmitriyevna), with monastic name Euphrosyne (1353 – 1407), was a Grand Princess of Moscow and wife of Dmitry Donskoy.
Sep 03, 2020 · Eudoxia, Russian in full Yevdokiya Fyodorovna Lopukhina, (born Aug. 9 [July 30, Old Style], 1669, Moscow, Russia—died Sept. 7 [Aug. 27], 1731, Moscow), tsarina and first wife of Peter I the Great of Russia.
Eudoxia of Moscow. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eudoxia Dmitriyevna (Russian: Евдокия Дмитриевна)—monastic name, Euphrosyne— (? - 1407) was a Grand Duchess of Muscovy and wife of Dmitry Donskoy. Family. Eudoxia Dmitriyevna was a daughter of Dmitry Konstantinovich, Grand Prince of Nizhny Novgorod and Vasilisa of Rostov.
Eudoxia of Moscow or of Suzdal (Yevdokia) (d. 1407), Grand Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Moscow, wife of Dmitry Donskoy Eudoxia Lopukhina (1669–1731), first wife of Peter the Great Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou (d. 1869), queen of the Polynesian island of Mangareva , wife of Maputeoa, mother of Joseph Gregorio II
EUDOXIA OF MOSCOW, FROM THE KULIKOVO FIELD SERIES. signed in Cyrillic t.r.; further bearing a USSR export label on the stretcher . oil on canvas. 99.5 by 73cm, 39¼ by 28¾in.
Eudoxia of Moscow , 1884-1889. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
Eudoxia Dmitriyevna was a daughter of Dmitry Konstantinovich, Grand Prince of Nizhny Novgorod and Vasilisa of Rostov. Her maternal grandparents were Konstantin Vasilievich, Prince of Rostov and...
In 1669, Eudoxia Lopukhina was born in Moscow into a boyarin family; boyars were the equivalent of the Russian aristocracy. She received a poor education, as was then typical for Russian women, but grew up extremely devoted to the Russian Orthodox Church .
Eudoxia of Moscow (Study for frescos in the St Vladimir's Cathedral of Kiev), 1884-1889. Artist: Vasnetsov, Viktor Mikhaylovich (1848-1926) Eudoxia of Moscow (Study for frescos in the St Vladimir's Cathedral of Kiev), 1884-1889.
Inside it you may find a lot of monasteries and churches, including the one in which Dmitry of the Don, Prince of Moscow and Grand Prince of Vladimir, had his wedding to the Grand Duchess of Muscovy Eudoxia of Moscow. There is still a reserved residential area which is called Posad, right in the Kremlin territory.