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Vasily Polikarpovich Titov - Biography
... He joined Tsar Fedor's choir, the Gosudarevy Pevchie Diaki (Государевы Певчие Дьяки, The Tsar's Singers) when he was in his twenties his salary is recorded in 1678 ... Simeon Polotsky (a famed churchman, man of letters and tutor to the children of Tsar Aleksey Mikhailovich), composing musical settings of Polotsky's psalter and an almanac of sacred poetry ... In the 1680s Titov also joined Tsar Ivan's choir ...
Anna-Theodora Asenina Of Bulgaria
... Асенина) was a 13th century Bulgarian princess, the daughter of tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria and princess Irene Komnene of Epirus ... Anna-Theodora was grandmother of tsar Michael Shishman of Bulgaria and great-grandmother of tsar Ivan Stephen of Bulgaria, tsar Ivan Alexander of Bulgaria and Helena of Bulgaria, the wife ...
Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna Of Russia (1899–1918) - Revolution and Captivity
... Tsarina Alexandra chose Maria to accompany Tsar Nicholas II and herself to Yekaterinburg when the family was briefly separated in April 1918 ... towards you? Be refined and respectable men and then we can get along." Ivan Kleschev, a 21-year-old guard, declared that he intended to marry one of the grand ... Ivan Skorokhodov, yet another of the guards, smuggled in a birthday cake to celebrate Maria's nineteenth birthday on June 26, 1918 ...
Cuman People - Famous or Notable Cumans, or People of Cuman Descent, in History
1320), daughter of Anna - who was a daughter of Elizabeth the Cuman Tsar Ivan Asen I of the Second Bulgarian Empire, established the Second Bulgarian Empire, with ... Boril Kaliman), 1207–1218, Second Bulgarian Empire Tsar Teodor I Peter IV, 1186–1197, Second Bulgarian Empire Tsar Ivan Asen II of the Second Bulgarian Empire, 1218–1241 Tsar Ivan ... Was Tsar during the second golden age of Bulgaria (naphew of Michael Shishman) Ivan Shishman of Bulgaria (b ...
Medieval Bulgarian Royal Charters - History and Details
... trade all over the Bulgarian lands, were issued by Tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria after 1230, and are both undated ... The Virgino Charter, also from the 13th century, was awarded by Tsar Constantine Tikh of Bulgaria to the Monastery of Saint George near Skopje between 1257 and ... The royal chancellery of Ivan Alexander of Bulgaria awarded two known charters ...