24/08/2021 · Eudoxia van Oldenburg wurde geboren im Jahr 1581, Tochter von Magnus van Oldenburg Bisschop van Ösel-Wiek en und Maria Rurikides. Sie ist verstorben im Jahr 1588. Diese Informationen sind Teil von West-Europese adel von Pieter bei Genealogie Online .
Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eudoxia Streshneva has received more than 55,556 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019) . Eudoxia Streshneva is the 7,647th most popular politician (up from 8,560th in 2019) , the 722nd most popular biography from Russia and the 211th most popular Russian Politician .
29/06/2018 · Eudoxia did not agree, insisting that her seven-year-old son Alexei needed her. When Peter returned to Russia in August 1698, he continued his relationship with Anna Mons. More dramatically, Peter decided to force Eudoxia into a convent. In September 1698, Eudoxia was finally banished to the Intercession Convent of Suzdal and their marriage was ...
Eudoxia : 1581-1641 child of Frederik II 1534-1588: Hedwig X 1602 Christian II of Saxony 1583-1611: her grave [N-8] in the Dom St.Marien, Freiberg. grave of spouse [N-9] in the Dom St.Marien, Freiberg. 1583-1602 child of Frederik II 1534-1588: Johannes [Hans]
08/09/2010 · In her memoirs, the princess described the "training she and her brother received for their royal station," but she confesses to a desire for a home life. Princess Eudoxia wrote that it "may seem anomalous in our present area of excitement but is perhaps to be explained by the absence of woman-suffrage in our country."
19/06/2018 · Eudoxia Lukyanovna Streshneva was the second wife of the first Romanov ruler, Michael I, Tsar of All Russia. She was probably born in 1608 in Meshchovsk, Kaluga, Russia, the eldest of the five children of Lukyan Stepanovich Streshnev and Princess Anne Konstantinovna Volkonskaya. In 1624, Michael I, Tsar of All Russia had married Maria ...
04/03/2018 · Peter in OTL had 2 sons by Eudoxia Lopukhina - the ill-fated Alexei and the short-lived Alexander (1691-1692). There was also a third pregnancy in 1693, ending in miscarriage (referred as (fictitious) Tsarevich Pavel, but OTL he never lived though birth, let alone being baptized).