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.
EUDOXIA LOPUKHINA (1669-1731), tsaritsa, first consort of Peter the Great, was the daughter of the boyarin Theodore Lopukhin. Peter, then a youth of seventeen, married her on the 27th of January 1689 at the command of his mother, who hoped to wean him from the wicked ways of the German suburb of Moscow by wedding him betimes to a lady who was as pious as she was beautiful.
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Jun 19, 2018 · Michael I, Tsar of All Russia died in Moscow on July 23, 1645, at the age of 49. Consumed by grief over her husband’s death, Eudoxia survived him by only a few weeks, dying on August 18, 1645, at the age of 36. She was buried at the Ascension Convent, a Russian Orthodox nunnery in the Moscow Kremlin where royal and noble women were buried. In ...
Eudoxia Lopukhina, Tsaritsa consort of Russia unknown, Public Domain Eudoxia was born to Feodor Abramovich Lopukhin and Ustinia Bogdanovna Rtishcheva, making her a member of the Lopukhin family. Like parents of all the 17th century Tsarinas, they did not belong to the highest aristocracy.
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Through her they were grandparents of Eudoxia of Moscow. Ivan II of Moscow (30 March 1326 - 13 November 1353). Andrei Ivanovich, Prince of Novgorod (4 August 1327 - 6 June 1353).
Jun 02, 2017 · Moscow’s ultimate love-it-or-hate-it landmark, Lenin’s Mausoleum houses a glass sarcophagus with the embalmed body of the legendary Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin. First opened to the public in August 1924, the Mausoleum attracts around 2.5 million visitors every year, who don’t mind standing in line and going through a thorough ...
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