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  1. Eudoxia of Moscow - Wikipedia

    Eudoxia was a daughter of Dmitry Konstantinovich, Grand Prince of Suzdal and Nizhny Novgorod and Vasilisa of Rostov. Her maternal grandparents were Konstantin Vasilievich, Prince of Rostov and Maria of Moscow. Maria was a daughter of Ivan I of Moscow and his first wife Yelena. On 18 January 1366, Eudoxia married Grand Prince Dmitry Donskoy.

  2. Eudoxia | tsarina of Russia | Britannica

    Eudoxia, tsarina and first wife of Peter I the Great of Russia. In 1689 she was given in marriage to Peter, a bridegroom of only 17. Endowed with beauty but lacking intelligence and ambition, she had little in common with the young tsar, whose chief interest was the mechanics of war.

  3. Vasily I of Moscow - Wikipedia

    Vasily I Dmitriyevich (Russian: Василий I Дмитриевич; 30 December 1371 – 27 February 1425) was the Grand Prince of Moscow (r. 1389—1425), heir of Dmitry Donskoy (r. 1359—1389).

    • 19 May 1389 – 27 February 1425
    • Dmitry I
  4. Eudoxia of Moscow (1483–1513) |

    Eudoxia of Moscow (1483–1513)Russian princess. Name variations: Evdokhiia. Born in 1483 (some sources cite 1492); died in 1513; daughter of Sophia of Byzantium (1448–1503) and Ivan III the Great (1440–1505), grand prince of Moscow (r. 1462–1505); married Peter Ibragimovich, prince of Khazan.

  5. Eudoxia Lopukhina (1669–1731) |

    Eudoxia Lopukhina (1669–1731)Empress of Russia. Name variations: Eudoxia Lopukhin; Lapuchin; (nickname) Dunka. Born in 1669 (some sources cite 1672); died on September 7, 1731, in Moscow; daughter of Theodore Lopukhin, a boyar; married Peter I the Great (1672–1725), tsar of Russia (r. 1682–1725), on January 27, 1689 (marriage repudiated in 1703; divorced 1718); children: Alexis (1690 ...

  6. Eudokia - St. Euphrosyne of Moscow - geni family tree

    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.

  7. Eudoxia Lukyanovna Streshneva, Tsaritsa of All Russia ...

    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 ...

  8. How to pronounce Eudoxia |

    Eudoxia of Moscow - 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.

  9. Eudoxia Feodorovna Lopukhina, Tsaritsa of All Russia ...

    Jun 29, 2018 · Eudoxia died in Moscow on September 7, 1731, at the age of 62 and was buried at the Novodevichy Convent by the southern wall of the Smolensk Cathedral near the tombs of Peter the Great’s half-sisters Sophia Alexeievna, Regent of Russia and Ekaterina Alexeievna.

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    Yuri IV, Grand Duke of Moscow was born in 1374. 1 He was the son of Dimitri IV Donskoi, Grand Duke of Moscow and Eudoxia of Suzdal. 1 He married Anastasia of Smolensk, daughter of Yuri of Smolensk, Grand Duke of Smolensk, in 1400. 1 He died in 1434. 1 He gained the title of Grand Duke Yuri IV of Moscow in 1433. 1