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  Feodor I of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Feodor presents a golden chain to Boris Godunov.
Feodor I Ivanovich (May 31, 1557 - January 6/7, 1598) was the last Riurikid Tsar of Russia (1584 - 1598), son of Ivan the Terrible and Anastasia Romanovna.
He is known as Feodor the Bellringer in consequence of his inclination to travel the land and ring the bells at churches.
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 Feodor III of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Feodor (Theodore) III of Russia (In Russian: Фёдор III Алексеевич) (June 9, 1661 - May 7, 1682) was the Tsar of all Russia, during whose short reign (1678-82) the Polish cultural influence in the Kremlin was paramount.
Feodor was the eldest surviving son of Tsar Alexius and Maria Miloslavskaya.
The most notable reform of Feodor III, however, was the abolition, at the suggestion of Vasily Galitzine, of "place priority," which had paralyzed the whole civil and military administration of Muscovy for generations.
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 Encyclopedia: Nicholas-I-of-Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was son to Paul I of Russia and Sophie Marie Dorothea of Württemberg, younger brother to Alexander I of Russia.
Russia fought a successful war with the Ottomans in 1828 and 1829.
In 1833 Russia negotiated the Treaty of Unkiar-Skelessi with the Ottoman Empire.
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 Feodor I of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feodor I (Feodor Ivanovich) (May 31, 1557 - January 6 / 7, 1598) was a Tsar of Russia (1584 - 1598).
The last of the Riurikovich Czars, Feodor was born mentally disabledand was nothing more than a figurehead during his reign.
He is known as Feodor the Bellringer because of his inclination to travel the land andring the bells at churches.
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 Feodor I of Russia - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feodor I (Feodor Ivanovich) (May 31, 1557 - January 6/7, 1598) was a Tsar of Russia (1584 - 1598).
He inherited a land devastated by the excesses of his father Ivan the Terrible and Russia further declined under his reign.
He is known as Feodor the Bellringer because of his inclination to travel the land and ring the bells at churches.
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Tsar Feodor III of Russia (1676 - 1682).
Tsar Ivan V of Russia (1682 - 1696).
Tsar Peter I of Russia (1682 - 1725).
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg47 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Feodor I, Czar Of RUSSIA [Parents] was born on 11 May 1557 in Of, Moscow, Moscow, Russia.
She married Feodor I, Czar Of RUSSIA in 1580 in Moskva, Moskva, Russia.
Feodosya, Grand Duchess Of RUSSIA was born on 14 Jun 1592 in Of, Moskva, Moskva, Russia.
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 A capsule history of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Nicholas' reign was nothing short of disastrous, as Russia was defeated by Japan in 1904 and the régime collapsed altogether in 1917.
However, with Russia losing the war and the authority of the provisional government challenged by ad hoc urban soviets or councils, it became obvious that it was not in control of events.
Lenin attempted to help Russia compensate for the fact that, according to classic Marxian theory, it was not ripe for socialism because it had not even reached the capitalist stage.
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 Opera Shop: Feodor Chaliapin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feodor Chaliapin was the first Russian singer to establish a great international reputation.
When he first performed outside Russia, it was in the "traditional" bass roles.
Chaliapin remained in Russia for a while after the revolution (he thought of himself as a man of the people and was therefore basically sympathetic to socialist aspirations), but eventually found the Communist regimentation as distasteful as the Romanov, and he subsequently emigrated.
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 Timeline Russia to 1910
Russia in 1997 had 49 regions of ethnic Russians, 6 frontier territories, 11 autonomous districts, the cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg and 20 republics populated by ethnically distinct minorities.
The alliance of Russia, Austria and Prussia was formed after the downfall of Napoleon and later all European rulers signed the agreement except the prince regent of Great Britain, the pope and the sultan of Turkey.
1828 Russia conquered the Armenian provinces of Persia, and this brought within her frontier the Monastery of Etchmiadzin, in the Khanate of Erivan, which was the seat of the Katholikos of All the Armenians.
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 Feodor Iii Of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mikhail Golovkin, husband of the daughter of Prince Feodor Romodanovsky, chief...
Feodor III of Russia (In Russian: Федор III Алексеевич Романов) (June 9, 1661 - May 7, 1682) Tsar and Autocrat of all the Russias, son of Aleksey Romanov (1629-1676) and of Maria Ilinichna Miloslavskaya (1626-1669), reigned from January 29, 1676 to his death.
Feodor suffered badly from ill-health, and was forced to spend much of his short reign ruling from a bed.
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 Feodor I of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He inherited a land devastated by excesses of his father Ivan the Terrible and Russia further declined under his His failure to procreate brought an end the centuries old dynasty and led Russia the Time of Troubles.
He is known as Feodor the because of his inclination to travel the and ring the bells at churches.
However, it is not thorough enough to evoke a five star rating, simply because of the enormity of Russia and its history.The tapes...
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 Ivan IV of Russia Article, IvanRussia Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ivan IV (August 25, 1530 - March 18, 1584) was thefirst ruler of Russia to assume the title of tsar.
The Oprichnina was the section of Russia directly ruled byIvan and policed by his personal servicemen, the Oprichniks.
This wholesystem of Oprichnina was intended as a tool against the omnipotent hereditary nobility of Russia (boyars) who opposed the absolutist drive of the tsar.
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 There Be Elves
Feodor's element is wind, which is a special case because it is known as the transitive element.
Feodor: Lifetime sentencing is pretty rare for elves, since we live so long and that'd be really unfair since elves believe in turning things around and stuff, but I'm pretty sure I'd get the life sentence for what I did, and join the other dozen or so criminals in that bracket.
Feodor: ::snickers:: Well, as you can tell, there are a lot of things that go on at elven weddings, but it's good enough to say they're a lot like what would happen at a normal wedding if humans could do magic and lived in a "fantasy" world.
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 Feodor I Of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In czarist Russia and later in the Soviet Union, Crimean Karaites played down their...
Now, with his record-breaking debut film "9th Company", Feodor Bondarchuk has put their...
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 AllRefer.com - Ivan V (Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Ivan V 1666–96, czar of Russia (1682–96), son of Czar Alexis by his first wife.
Ivan was mentally retarded, and on the death of his elder brother, Feodor III, his succession was opposed by the supporters of his half brother, Peter I (Peter the Great).
Ivan's elder daughter, Catherine, was the grandmother of Ivan VI; his younger daughter, Anna, became czarina of Russia in 1730.
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 Time of Troubles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
With Feodor's death, Russia was, for the first time left without any legitimate heirs to the throne.
A time of troubles hit Russia, as various princes and boyars fought to gain power and war and famine spread throughout Russia.
Ivan IV's reign had left Russia weak and without a strong ruler to maintain the country.
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 Sound chip bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Born in Moscow in 1589, Tsar Feodor II was the son and sixteen year old successor to Boris Godunov.
Feodor III of Russia (In Russian: Федор III Алексеевич Романов)
Federica Montseny (February 12 1905-January 14 1994) was a Spanish anarchist intellectual and Minister of Health during the social revolution that occurred in Spain parallel to the Civil War.
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 Feodor I Of Russia Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 The House of Romanov, 1939-1945
Succeeded as head of the dynasty in 1938 on the death of his father, Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich, self-proclaimed Emperor of All the Russias.
Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich, Emperor of All the Russias (1845-1894)
Sons of Emperor Nikolai I Pavlovich of All the Russias (1796-1855)
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 Feodor III of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feodor III of Russia (In Russian : Федор III Алексеевич Романов) (June 9 1661 - May 7 1682) Tsar and Autocrat of all the son of Aleksey Romanov (1629-1676) and of Ilinichna Miloslavskaya (1626-1669) reigned from January 29 1676 to his death.
Feodor suffered badly from ill-health and was to spend much of his short reign from a bed.
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 Encyclopedia: Feodor I of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 1605 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
April 13 - Tsar Boris Godunow dies - Feodor II accedes to the throne
June 1 - Russian troops in Moscow imprison Feodor II and his mother.
April 13 - Boris Godunov, Tsar of Russia (born 1551)
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 NATO Security through Science: Workshop analyses Tensions in Society - 17-20 April 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Among other presentations may be noted those given by Professor Stepanov who spoke of globalization and regionalization as causative factors for much of the conflict in Russia, and Professor Feodor O. Alexandrov, of the Department of Philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, who discussed the development of scientific models of conflict dynamics.
William F. Lincoln, founder and president of the Lincoln Institute for Collaborative Planning and Cooperative Problem Solving, and Executive Director for the Conflict Resolution, Research and Resource Institute in Tacoma, Washington, provided on excellent overview of approaches that might be used to mitigate tensions in urban environments.
Gérard Toulouse of the Laboratoire de Physique of the École Normale Supérieure in Paris spoke of the individual and collective responsibilities of scientists and pointed to efforts of individual scientists (Russell, Einstein, Sakharov) in affecting the use of science by their governments in the development of weapons.
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 Feodor I of Russia in TutorGig Encyclopedia
'Feodor I Ivanovich' (May 31, 1557 - January 6/ 7, 1598) was the last Riurikid Tsar of Russia (1584 - 1598), son of Ivan the Terrible and Anastasia Romanovna.
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 Children of Aleksandr Mikhailovich, Grand Duke of Russia (1866-1933)
Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich, Emperor of All the Russias (1845-1804)
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 AllRefer.com - Peter I, czar of Russia (Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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Peter I, czar of Russia, Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biographies
Peter I or Peter the Great, 1672–1725, czar of Russia (1682–1725), major figure in the development of imperial Russia.
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 Encyclopedia: Feodor III of Russia
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Feodor III of Russia (In Russian: Фёдор III Алексеевич) (June 9, 1661 - May 7, 1682) was the Tsar of all Russia, during whose short reign (1678-82) the Polish influence in the Kremlin was paramount.
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