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First Russian eagle (1472), adopted by Ivan III after marriage with Byzantine princess Sophia Palaiologina "Seal of Ivan 3 (reverse)" by Лобачев Владимир - File:Seal of Ivan 3.png. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Seal_of_Ivan_3_(reverse).svg#/media/File:Seal_of_Ivan_3_(reverse).svg

First Russian eagle (1472), adopted by Ivan III after marriage with Byzantine princess Sophia Palaiologina "Seal of Ivan 3 (reverse)" by Лобачев Владимир - File:Seal of Ivan 3.png. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Seal_of_Ivan_3_(reverse).svg#/media/File:Seal_of_Ivan_3_(reverse).svg

August 21, 1745: Peter III, aged 17, married Catherine II, aged 16. The marriage was political and organized by Empress Elizabeth.

August 21, 1745: Peter III, aged 17, married Catherine II, aged 16. The marriage was political and organized by Empress Elizabeth.

Countess Sofia Alexandrovna Ferzen, who is also dressed as a boyarinya.  She was born Princess Dolgorukov in 1870, and married Count Nicholas Pavlovich Ferzen in 1893.  She died in Rome in 1957, and is buried there in a Russian Cemetery.

Countess Sofia Alexandrovna Ferzen, who is also dressed as a boyarinya. She was born Princess Dolgorukov in 1870, and married Count Nicholas Pavlovich Ferzen in 1893. She died in Rome in 1957, and is buried there in a Russian Cemetery.

Princess Sophia Torby with her daughter Anastasia "Zia" Mikhailovna

Princess Sophia Torby with her daughter Anastasia "Zia" Mikhailovna

Countess Anastasia Hendrikova. Hendrikova, who was nicknamed "Nastinka," was the daughter of Count Vassili Alexandrovich Hendrikov, Grand Master of Ceremonies of the Imperial Court, and his wife, Princess Sophia Petrovna Gagarine. She was a descendant of the sister of Catherine I of Russia, the wife of Peter the Great. Hendrikova was appointed a lady of waiting in 1910. She acted as a "sort of unofficial governess" to the four grand duchesses.

Countess Anastasia Hendrikova. Hendrikova, who was nicknamed "Nastinka," was the daughter of Count Vassili Alexandrovich Hendrikov, Grand Master of Ceremonies of the Imperial Court, and his wife, Princess Sophia Petrovna Gagarine. She was a descendant of the sister of Catherine I of Russia, the wife of Peter the Great. Hendrikova was appointed a lady of waiting in 1910. She acted as a "sort of unofficial governess" to the four grand duchesses.

A sapphire and diamond demi-parure from circa 1900, inherited from Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her daughter Princess Elena of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess of Russia (1882-1957)

A sapphire and diamond demi-parure from circa 1900, inherited from Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her daughter Princess Elena of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess of Russia (1882-1957)

“Tsarevna Sophia Alexeievna painted by Ilya Repin ” In the end we must deduce Peter´s attitude towards his half-sister from circumstantial evidence. Weber records a speech of Peter´s to the effect that Sophia was “a princess endowed with all the...

“Tsarevna Sophia Alexeievna painted by Ilya Repin ” In the end we must deduce Peter´s attitude towards his half-sister from circumstantial evidence. Weber records a speech of Peter´s to the effect that Sophia was “a princess endowed with all the...

Countess Sophie de Torby with her daughter,Anastasia “Zia” Mikhailovna Romanova. "AL"

Countess Sophie de Torby with her daughter,Anastasia “Zia” Mikhailovna Romanova. "AL"

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