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  1. Prince Fedor Ivanovich Mstislavsky (died: 16 December 1622) was a Russian boyar, one of the leaders of the Duma aristocracy, leader of the Seven Boyars (who governed Russia for a brief period between 1610-1612) and the Chairman of Zemsky Sobor of 1613.

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  2. Feodor I of Russia - Wikipedia

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    Fyodor I Ivanovich (Russian: Фёдор I Иванович) or Feodor I Ioannovich (Russian: Феодор I Иоаннович; 31 May 1557 – 16 January (NS) 1598), also known as Feodor the Bellringer (Russian: Феодор Звонарь), was the last Rurikid Tsar of Russia (1584–1598).

    • 31 May 1584
    • Ivan IV
    • 28 March 1584 – 16 January (NS), 1598
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  3. Lidval, Fedor Ivanovich | Article about Lidval, Fedor ...

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    Lidval’, Fedor Ivanovich (also Fredrik Ivanovich Lidval’). Born May 20 (June 1), 1870, in St. Petersburg; died in 1945 in Stockholm (?). Russian architect. Of Swedish descent. Lidval’ studied under L. N. Benois at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts from 1890 to 1896. He became an academician of architecture in 1909.

  4. Fedor Mstislavsky - Wikipedia

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    Prince Fedor Ivanovich Mstislavsky (died: 16 December 1622) was a Russian boyar, one of the leaders of the Duma aristocracy, leader of the Seven Boyars (who governed Russia for a brief period between 1610-1612) and the Chairman of Zemsky Sobor of 1613.

    • 16 December 1622
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  5. Tolbukhin, Fedor Ivanovich. - WW2 Gravestone

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    Tolbukhin, Fedor Ivanovich born 16-06-1894 in Androniki, Yaroslavl Governorate, Russian Empire, into a peasant family in the province of Yaroslavl, north-east of Moscow. He volunteered for the Imperial Army in 1914 at the outbreak of World War I. He was steadily promoted, advancing from private to captain by 1916.

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  7. Fedor Ivanovich Sheremetev | Eric Flint Wiki | Fandom

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    Fedor Ivanovich Sheremetev (ca. 1570-1650) served as the de facto head of government from 1613-18 and again from 1642-46, both time during the reign of Tsar Michael. Sheremetev descended from the same old Moscow line as the Romanovs. In 1605 he was made a boyar by False Dmitry I. In 1610, he became one of the so called Seven Boyars - a self-appointed provisional government.

  8. Fedor Ivanovich, tsar: biography, years of government

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    Fedor Ivanovich, tsar: biography, years of government The real personality of Tsar Feodor I Ivanovich,Despite the relatively short historical period (460 years) that separates us from it, it is hidden.

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    Signed in Cyrillic “F. Zakharov” (lower right) and signed again and inscribed “Fedor Zakharov/Football” (en verso) Oil on card laid down on panel This exceptionally rare early work by the celebrated portraitist Fedor Ivanovich Zakharov represents the rare opportunity to own a piece of both art historical and cultural significance.

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  10. Provotorov Fedor Ivanovich: photo, biography

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    Fedor Ivanovich for a while even was under arrest, but then he was released on bail, and a criminal case against him was closed six months later. In the summer of 1999, Provotorov founded his own criminal gang, whose members were also Sergei Zenin and Mikhail Bulychev (today they are also well-known Ryazan politicians).

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    Quiet, deeply believing in God's dispensation, the king saw that the Lord ruled his country and saved his kingdom. That was the last Rurikovich, Fedor Ivanovich - the king, whose biography and deeds left a good mark on the history of the country.