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CONSISTENCY LIST FOR

HISTORY OF RUSSIA FROM EARLIEST TIMES

By Sergei M. Soloviev

PERSONAL NAMES (I-P)

Consistency Lists

CHURCHES

GEOGRAPHICAL

INSTITUTIONS AND CHANCELLERIES

PERSONAL NAMES (A-H)

PERSONAL NAMES (I-P)

PERSONAL NAMES (R-Z)

RANKS

TABLE OF RANKS

TERMS

WEIGHTS, NUMBERS, & MEASURES

 

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Name, Volume, Time Period

Iamblichus, Neoplatonist philosopher 23 17c

Ibn Fadhlan, Arab chronicler 01 9-11c

Ibrahim, pasha, Turkish ambassador 13 1584-98

Ibrahim (Crimean) 45 1766-68

Ibrahim Pasha 25 1680s

Ibrahim Pasha , Crimean noble 16 1613-34

Ibrahim, father of Kudaikul 09 16c

Ibrahim, Grand Vizier 34 1730s

Ibrahim, khan of the Kazan Horde 07 15c

Ibrahim, Turkish sultan 17 1634-45

Ibrahim-Ivan, master of the Tiumen Horde 07 15c

Ibrayim, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Ieoasaf , Ioasaf. Use Joasaph 37 1741-44

Ieremiia, Jeremiah 45 1766-68

Ievlev, Nikita 24

Igelstrom, Russian officer 48 1772-74

Ignat, "old-timer" in village 06 1389-1462

Ignat Besk 04 13-14c

Ignat Molygin 04 13-14c

Ignatiev, Ustiug boundary commissioner 18 16-17c

Ignatius, bishop 04 13-14c

Ignaty, archbishop 06 1389-1462

Ignaty, archimandrite of Kiev Caves mon. 12 16c

Ignaty, archimandrite of Rostov, later bishop 06 1389-1462

Ignaty, bishop of Tambov 29 18c

Ignaty, bishop of Suzdal 29 18c

Ignaty, co-conspirator of Feodosy Kosoy 12 16c

Ignaty, monk, litigant 06 1389-1462

Ignaty, patriarch (first False Dmitry) 14 1598-1606

Ignaty Loginovich, mayor of Pskov 08 15c

Ignaty of Kolomna 34 1730s

Igor, prince of Kiev 01 9-11c

Igor Igorievich, prince of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Igor Molibozhich 04 13-14c

Igor Olgovich (?) 24

Igor Olgovich 02 11-12c

Igor Sviatoslavich 02 11-12c

Igor Yaroslavich 02 11-12c

Ilarion, archimandrite 38 1745-48

Ilarion, bishop of Astrahan 35 1730s

Ilarion, bishop of Kazan 35 1730s

Ildey, Pecheneg prince 01 9-11c

Ilgam, brother of Kudaikul 09 16c

Ili 24

Ilia, archimandrite of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Ilia, leader of rebel band 21 17c

Ilia Muromets, tsarevich Peter. Use Ilya of Murom 14 1598-1606

Ilin, ensign 48 1772-74

Ilin, lieutenant 46 1768-70

Ilinich, nobleman 09 16c

Iliushka, butcher 15 1606-13

Ilya, abbot of Epiphany monastery 17 1634-45

Ilya, archbishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ilya, eldest son of Yaroslav I 01 9-11c

Ilya Muromets, popular hero 01 9-11c

Ilya of Murom. See Peter, pretender 14 1598-1606

Ilya Shchepanovich, boyar of Galich 03 12-13c

Ilyin, captain 38 1745-48

Ilyin, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Imin-Girey 09 16c

Inegeld, emissary 01 9-11c

Inge, Swedish king 01 9-11c

Ingeldeeva, gentrywoman 48 1772-74

Ingigerda, wife of Yaroslav I 01 9-11c

Ingles, Peter 24

Ingvar Igorievich of Riazan 03 12-13c

Ingvar Yaroslavich of Lutsk 03 12-13c

Ingvar, prince of Riazan 04 13-14c

Innocent, bishop of Pskov 48 1772-74

Innocent III, pope 04 13-14c

Innocent IV, pope 04 13-14c

Innokenty (Kunchitky) 29 18c

Inozemtsov, Semeon 38 1745-48

Ioakim (another), patriarch of Jerusalem 08 15c

Ioakim, Joachim 24

Ioakim, patriarch of Jerusalem. Use Greek form Joachim 08 15c

Ioann. Use John for higher ecclesiastical dignitaries

Ioann, use Ivan 45 1766-68

Ioann Bolshoy Kolpsak, fool for Christ 12 16c

Ioannikios 24

Ioanniky, first name; archimandrite 25 1680s

Ioasaf, abbot 09 16c

Ioasaf, archbishop of Rostov 08 15c

Ioasaf, metropolitan 10 16c

Ioasaf (Joseph), metropolitan of Evgrip 12 16c

Ioasaf, monk 35 1730s

Ioasaf Skripitsyn, abbot of Trinity monastery, metropolitan

of Moscow 12 16c

Iona, henceforth use Jonas

Iona (Jonas), abbot of Sii monastery 14 1598-1606

Iona (Jonas), abbot of Tikhonov hermitage 25 1680s

Iona, archbishop of Novgorod 07 15c

Iona, bishop of Perm 07 15c

Iona, metropolitan of Moscow 07 15c

Iona (Jonas), metropolitan of Rostov 14 1598-1606

Iona, monk 09 16c

Iona (Jonas), monk of Verkhoturie 14 1598-1606

Iona (Jonas), non-Russian 24

Iona the Miracle Worker 09 16c

Iona, Osip, monk 34 1730s

Ionnovna, Ivanovna 45 1766-68

Iosaf, henceforth use Joasaph

Iosasif, Iosif. Use Joseph 37 1741-44

Iosif, Joseph (Pol. Jo;zef) 25 1680s

Iosifovich, prefect of Mogila 12 16c

Iov (Job), Metropolitan 45 1766-68

Iov (Job), patriarch 14 1598-1606

Ipatiev, Timofey 35 1730s

Ippolitov, Lavrenty 35 1730s

Irakli (Heraclius), Eastern Georgian tsar 48 1772-74

Irina, granddaughter of Vladimir Monomakh 06 1389-1462

Irina Fedorovna, tsaritsa (religious name Alexandra) 14 1598-1606

Irina Mikhailovna, tsarevna 15 1606-13

Irina Mikhailovna, tsarevna 17 1634-45

Irinarkh, archimandrite 41 1757-61

Irinarkh, monk of St. Anthony monastery of the Sii river 14 1598-1606

Irman, colonel 41 1757-61

Iron Hobbler (Tamerlane) 06 1389-1462

Isaac, bishop of Perm 06 1389-1462

Isaac, bishop of Lutsk 18 16-17c

Isaac, Old Testament 46 1768-70

Isaac the Syrian, saint 06 1389-1462

Isaak 45 1766-68

Isabella 24

Isaev, I. 29 18c

Isaiah 24

Isaiah, father superior of Ferapont monastery 21 17c

Isaiah, metropolitan of Krutitsa 15 18c

Isakov, captain 41 1757-61

Isakov, Bogdan, trader 17 1634-45

Isakov, Sidor, native of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Isakowski, bailiff to Sigismund III 15 1606-13

Isanbeg. Use Tini-Beg 04 13-14c

Isbraandt 26 1690s

Ishey, murza of Kadom 12 16c

Ishterek, Nogay khan 15 1606-13

Isidor(e). Use e on end

Isidore 07 15c

Isidore, metropolitan of Kiev 12 16c

Isidore, metropolitan of Novgorod 14 1598-1606

Isidore, metropolitan, later Cardinal 08 15c

Isiney, Manchurian prince 23 17c

Iskander, prince of Mankup 09 16c

Iskra 29 18c

Islam, Tatar prince 10 16c

Islam-Girey, Crimean khan 09 16c

Isleniev, noble, ambassador to Crimea 13 1584-98

Ismail, Nogay prince 12 16c

Istlenev, Stepan Ivanovich, commander 16 1613-34

Istomin, Karion, poet (1680s) 25 1680s

Itkowitz, Norman 48 1772-74

Itlar, khan 02 11-12c

Iurii, Yury, Yurievna 24

Ivach Svenevich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ivan, archbishop of Kholm 04 13-14c

Ivan, architect in Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Ivan, archpriest 21 17c

Ivan, ataman of cossack fortress "Riga" 21 17c

Ivan, bogus son of Ivan IV and Maria Koltovskaia 15 1606-13

Ivan, cathedral priest of Shuia 24

Ivan, citizen of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Ivan, khan of the Shibansk (Tiumen Horde). See Ibrahim-Ivak 07 15c

Ivan, Moscow artist 06 1389-1462

Ivan, Moscow archpriest 18 16-17c

Ivan, priest of Gavrilov 21 17c

Ivan, priest of Klementievo village 17 1634-45

Ivan, prince of Beloozero 04 13-14c

Ivan, prince of Mozhaisk 06 1389-1462

Ivan, prince of Novosil 06 1389-1462

Ivan, schoolmaster of Sokol, possible identity of False Dmitry II 15 1606-13

Ivan, son of Simeon Bekbulatovich 14 1598-1606

Ivan, son of Vsevolod III 07 15c

Ivan, student from Sokol 15 1606-13

Ivan, Yaroslav's brother 06 1389-1462

Ivan Akinfovich, boyar 04 13-14c

Ivan Alexandrovich, boyar 04 13-14c

Ivan Alexandrovich, prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Ivan Alexandrovich, prince of Zvenigorod 08 15c

Ivan Alexeevich, Tsar 34 1730s

Ivan Andreevich, prince 06 1389-1462

Ivan Andreevich, prince of Mozhaisk, grandson of Dmitry

Donskoy 08 15c

Ivan Andreevich, son of Andrei the Elder 07 15c

Ivan Andreevich Sviblo, boyar, brother of Fedor Sviblo 04 13-14c

Ivan Berladnik 03 12-13c

Ivan Borisovich, prince of Nizhny Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Ivan Borisovich, son of Boris of Volotsk 07 15c

Ivan Danilovich, prince 06 1389-1462

Ivan Dmitrievich ("Luba"), alleged son of False Dmitry II and

Marina Mniszech 15 1606-13

Ivan Dmitrievich, in some sources mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Ivan Dmitrievich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Ivan Dmitrievich, prince of Nizhny Novgorod 04 13-14c

Ivan Dmitrievich, prince of Pereiaslavl 04 13-14c

Ivan Dmitrievich, son of Dmitry or Moscow 04 13-14c

Ivan Dmitrievich, the "Little Brigand" 15 1606-13

Ivan (Fedor), nephew of St. Sergius 06 1389-1462

Ivan Fedorovich, boyar, son of Fedor Andreevich "the Cat" 04 13-14c

Ivan Fedorovich, pr. of N. Starodub 04 13-14c

Ivan Fedorovich, prince of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Ivan Fedorovich, son of Fedor Voronets 04 13-14c

Ivan Fedorovich Uda 04 13-14c

Ivan Fominich, Zaporozhian commander 35 1730s

Ivan Glebovich, prince of Stepan 04 13-14c

Ivan Godinovich, popular hero 01 9-11c

Ivan Grek - John the Greek confidant of Turkish sultan 13 1584-98

Ivan I Danilovich 24

Ivan I Kalita, grand prince of Moscow 14 1598-1606

Ivan II Ivanovich 24

Ivan III, grand prince of Moscow 07 15c

Ivan IV, the Terrible, tsar, grand prince 14 1598-1606

Ivan VI Antonovich 46 1768-70

Ivan Ivanovich 04 13-14c

Ivan Ivanovich (the Younger), grand prince of Moscow,

son of Ivan III 07 15c

Ivan Ivanovich, son of Ivan IV 14 1598-1606

Ivan Ivanovich, tsarevich 16 1613-34

Ivan Ivanovich Korotopol 04 13-14c

Ivan Kalita 06 1389-1462

Ivan Khaldeevich, boyar 02 11-12c

Ivan Konstantinovich, boyar 06 1389-1462

Ivan Mikhailovich, aide to Prince Vasilko Romanovich 04 13-14c

Ivan Mikhailovich, prince of Starodub 04 13-14c

Ivan Mikhailovich, prince of Tver 04 13-14c

Ivan Mikhailovich, tsarevich 15 1606-13

Ivan Mikhailovich, tsarevich 17 1634-45

Ivan Mikhailovich, witness to Grand Prince Simeon's treaty 04 13-14c

Ivan Mikhailovich Sedelnichy 04 13-14c

Ivan Olovianichnik, native of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Ivan Pavlovich, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

"Ivan, prince" 41 1757-61

Ivan Prokshinich, boyar, vicegerent of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Ivan Radislavich, boyar of Chernigov 02 11-12c

Ivan Rodionovich 04 13-14c

Ivan Rodionovich Kvashin 04 13-14c

Ivan Rostislavich 02 11-12c

Ivan Ruchechnik, boyar of Smolensk 02 11-12c

Ivan Syp, emissary from Novgorod 04 13-14c

Ivan the Miracle Worker 07 15c

Ivan Tvorimirovich, popular hero 01 9-11c

Ivan Vasilievich, grand prince of Riazan 07 15c

Ivan Vasilievich, nephew of Prince Sviatoslav of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Ivan Vasilievich, prince of Gorodets 06 1389-1462

Ivan Vasilievich Veliaminov, boyar 04 13-14c

Ivan Vasilkovich 02 11-12c

Ivan Voitishich, commander 02 11-12c

Ivan Vsevolodovich, prince 06 1389-1462

Ivan Vsevolodovich, prince of Kholm 04 13-14c

Ivan Vsevolodovich, prince of Northern Starodub 04 13-14c

Ivan Yaroslavich, prince of Riazan 04 13-14c

Ivan Yaroslavich, prince of Yuriev-Polsky 04 13-14c

Ivan Yurievich, prince of Turov 02 11-12c

Ivan Yurievich 02 11-12c

Ivan Zacharich, burgrave of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ivan Zakharich 02 11-12c

Ivan Zhiroslavich 02 11-12c

Ivanko, chiliarch 02 11-12c

Ivanko, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ivanko Chudinovich, boyar of Chernigov 02 11-12c

Ivanko Frolovich, mayor 02 11-12c

Ivanko Stepanovich, boyar 03 12-13c

Ivanko Timoshkinich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ivanko Tvorimirich 02 11-12c

Ivanov, copy clerk in Synod 41 1757-61

Ivanov, deacon 38 1745-48

Ivanov, merchant 38 1745-48

Ivanov, secretary 41 1757-61

Ivanov, servant 38 1745-48

Ivanov, Almaz (Yerofey Ivanovich), conciliar secretary 16 1613-34

Ivanov, Andrei 08 15c

Ivanov, Andrei, ambassador to Poland 15 1606-13

Ivanov, Andrei, cossack captain 23 17c

Ivanov, Andrei, Muscovite diplomat 13 1584-98

Ivanov, Avramy 29 18c

Ivanov, Avtomo (?) 29 18c

Ivanov, Dmitry 09 16c

Ivanov, F. 29 18c

Ivanov, Grigory, scribe 12 16c

Ivanov, I. 29 18c

Ivanov, Konstantin, subdeacon of Annunciation cathedral,

Moscow 18 16-17c

Ivanov, Kuzma, blacksmith 21 17c

Ivanov, Lario (?) 35 1730s

Ivanov, Mikhail 17 1634-45

Ivanov, Mikhailo, guards grenadier 48 1772-74

Ivanov, Nikita 41 1757-61

Ivanov, Nikita, peasant 13 1584-98

Ivanov, Postnik, Siberian servitor 17 1634-45

Ivanov, Savluk, crown secretary 10 16c

Ivanov, Semeon (Senka), captive in Crimea 13 1584-98

Ivanov, Stepan, insurgent 48 1772-74

Ivanov, V. 29 18c

Ivanova, Anna 35 1730s

Ivash, artist in Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Ivashentsov, Yakub 09 16c

Ivashev, Dmitry, ambassador of Ivan IV 12 16c

Ivashka, "hired man" 17 1634-45

Ivashka the Scribe 08 15c

Ivashka (sobriquet Soldat), native of Ustiug 18 16-17c

Ivashko, Skobeltsin's man 08 15c

Ivats, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ivin, Tver military governor 38 1745-48

Ivkov, craftsmen 38 1745-48

Ivor Mikhailovich, commander 03 12-13c

Ivor Yurievich, boyar 02 11-12c

Ivon, prince of Moldavia 12 16c

Izbygnev Ivachevich, boyar 02 11-12c

Izheslavsky, Prince Mikhail, of Mstislavl 09 16c

Iziadinov 08 15c

Iziaslav, prince of Svisloch 04 13-14c

Iziaslav Andreevich 02 11-12c

Iziaslav Davydovich 02 11-12c

Iziaslav Mstislavich 02 11-12c

Iziaslav Sviatopolchich 02 11-12c

Iziaslav Vladimirovich, grandson of Igor of Severia 04 13-14c

Iziaslav Vladimirovich, pr. of Polotsk 02 11-12c

Iziaslav Vladimirovich 02 11-12c

Iziaslav Vladimirovich, prince of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Iziaslav Yaroslavich, prince of Kiev 02 11-12c

Iziaslava, adopted daughter of Vladimir Vasilkovich 04 13-14c

Izmail, bishop of Saray 06 1389-1462

Izmail Pasha 34 1730s

Izmail, Nogay prince 10 16c

Izmail, Mark (Zhmailo, Marko), cossack leader 18 16-17c

Izmailov 29 18c

Izmailov, general 34 1730s

Izmailov family 15 1606-13

Izmailov, Andrei Vasilievich 15 1606-13

Izmailov, Andrei Yakovlevich, ambassador to Poland 13 1584-98

Izmailov, Artemy Vasilievich, commander 16 1613-34

Izmailov, Ivan 15 1606-13

Izmailov, Lev 34 1730s

Izmailov, Lev Vasilievich 35 1730s

Izmailov, Semeon 16 1613-34

Izmailov, Timofey 16 1613-34

Izmailov, Vasily 16 1613-34

Izosim (Zosima), apostate 04 13-14c

Izvekov, justice counsellor 38 1745-48

Izvolov, steward 38 1745-48

Jablonowski family 38 1745-48

Jablonowski, Polish crown hetman 20 17c

Jablonowski, prince 41 1757-61

Jacoby, Robert, English physician 11 16c

Jadwiga (Piast) 08 15c

Jadwiga, Queen of Poland 15 1606-13

Jagailo, grand prince of Lithuania 14 1598-1606

Jagailo, Polish king 16 1613-34

Jagiello (W¬adys¬aw II), king of Poland. Use Jagailo 08 15c

Jagiellonica, Katarzyna, wife of King John of Sweden 13 1584-98

James I, king of England 16 1613-34

Jan. Use Jan in Polish context; but use church of St. John, not Jan 45 1766-68

Jan Albrecht, king of Poland 07 15c

Jan Arslan, Nogay murza 16 1613-34

Jan Kazimierz, king of Poland 18 16-17c

Jani-Beg (Chanibek), Tatar khan 04 13-14c

Janibek-Girey 15 1606-13

Janibek-Girey, Crimean khan 16 1613-34

Janowicz, Peter Bely 07 15c

Janowicz, Stanis¬aw Gastold 07 15c

Japheth 24

Jaromír, pr. of Bohemia 02 11-12c

Jaromír, another pr. of Bohemia 02 11-12c

Jaroslav of Sternberg, Czech commander 04 13-14c

Jazlowiecki, Miko¬aj, prefect of Sniatyn 13 1584-98

Jebe, Mongol leader 03 13-14c

Jedrowski, Stanis¬aw, Polish envoy 10 16c

Jenkinson, John, English trader 11 16c

Jeremiah, archbishop of Larissa, later patriarch of Constantinople 15 1606-13

Jerzy, first name (Pol.) 14 1598-1606

Joachim, archimandrite of Miracles monastery 21 17c

Joachim, archimandrite of Savior monastery, Holy Mountain 18 16-17c

Joachim, bishop of Novgorod 01 9-11c

Joachim, bishop of Suzdal 02 11-12c

Joachim, metropolitan of Silistria 17 1634-45

Joachim, patriarch of Alexandria 09 16c

Joachim, patriarch of Antioch 13 1584-98

Joachim, patriarch of Moscow 24

Joachim of Periaslavl 34 1730s

Joachim, Albert, Dutch emissary 16 1613-34

Joasaph, archbishop of Tver 21 17c

Joasaph I, patriarch of Moscow 17 1634-45

Joasaph II, patriarch of Moscow 21 17c

Job, elder 09 16c

Job, metropolitan of Novgorod 29 18c

Job, OT figure 23 17c

Job, patriarch of Moscow 14 1589-1605

Job, sacristan of Dormition cathedral 21 17c

Job (Boretsky), metropolitan of Kiev 18 16-17c

Joel, monk 21 17c

Joel, N. Novgorod abbot 15 1606-13

Johan, cousin of King Gustav Adolf 16 1613-34

Johan III, King of Sweden. Use John 15 1606-13

Johan, prince of Denmark 14 1598-1606

Johan von der Fechte 04 13-14c

Johann, Danish prince 14 1598-1606

Johann, elector of Saxony 08 15c

Johann the German 08 15c

Johanna, princess of Anhalt-Zerbst 38 1745-48

John, abbot of Caves monastery 02 11-12c

John, archbishop of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

John, archimandrite of St. Peter's monastery (Moscow) 06 1389-1462

John, bishop of Lutsk 06 1389-1462

John, Byzantine prince, son of Manuel II 06 1389-1462

John, priest, Novgorod chronicler 06 1389-1462

John, son of Despot Stepan of Serbia 08 15c

John Chrysostom, theologian, saint 24

John Climacus, saint 06 1389-1462

John Damascene 12 16c

John III, Swedish king 16 17c

John Paleologue, Byz. emperor. Use Paleologus 07 15c

John the Apostle, saint 06 1389-1462

John the Baptist 17 1634-45

John the Domestic, Byzantine official 01 9-11c

John the Evangelist 16 1613-34

John the Greek, confidant of Turkish sultan 13 1584-98

John the Theologian (Ioann Bogoslov) 12 16c

John Tzimisces, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

John von Appeldern, crusader 03 13-14c

Jonas, abbot of St. Anthony monastery on the Sii river 14 1598-1606

Jonas (Iona), abbot of Tikhonov hermitage 15 1606-13

Jonas, abbot of Trinity monastery 12 16c

Jonas, archbishop of Novgorod 12 16c

Jonas, archimandrite of Miracles monastery 12 16c

Jonas, archimandrite of Nizhny Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Jonas, bishop of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Jonas, metropolitan of Kiev and Galich 12 16c

Jonas, metropolitan of Krutitsa 17 1634-45

Jonas (Iona), metropolitan of Moscow 15 1606-13

Jonas, metropolitan of Rostov 21 17c

Jonas (Iona), metropolitan of Rostov 14 1598-1606

Jonas, monastic name of Ivan Petrovich Sheremetev 15 1606-13

Jonas (Iona), monk of Verkhoturie 14 1598-1606

Jonas Ruchkin, monk, Solovetsk monastery 12 16c

Jordan, bombardier 09 16c

Jordan, Johann 09 16c

Jordanes, geographer 01 9-11c

Joseph, abbot of New Savior monastery 15 1606-13

Joseph, abbot, founder of Volokolamsk mon. 08 15c

Joseph, Alexandria archimandrite 17 1634-45

Joseph, archbishop of Kolomna 14 1598-1606

Joseph, archbishop of Kolomna 24

Joseph, archbishop of Pskov, later patriarch 16 1613-34

Joseph, archbishop of Riazan 17 1634-45

Joseph, archbishop of Rostov 08 15c

Joseph, archbishop of Suzdal 17 1634-45

Joseph, archimandrite of Caves monastery, Nizhny Novgorod 21 17c

Joseph, archimandrite of Miracles mon. 16 1613-34

Joseph, archimandrite of New Savior monastery 21 17c

Joseph, archimandrite of Trinity mon. 15 1606-13

Joseph, bishop of Smolensk. See Bolgarinovich 07 15c

Joseph, metropolitan 09 16c

Joseph, metropolitan of Astrakhan and the Terek 21 17c

Joseph, metropolitan of Kiev 12 16c

Joseph, monk of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Joseph, Old Believer 29 18c

Joseph, patriarch of Constantinople 23 17c

Joseph, patriarch of Jerusalem 08 15c

Joseph, patriarch of Moscow 17 1634-45

Joseph Devochkin, treasurer of Trinity m. 15 1606-13

Joseph II, Austrian emperor 48 1772-74

Joseph of Volokolamsk, abbot 10 16c

Josephine, princess of Saxony 38 1745-48

Juchi, son of Genghis Khan 04 13-14c

Judas Iscariot 48 1772-74

Judith, slayer of Holofernes 24

Juel, Baron Gregor, Danish nobleman 48 1772-74

Juliane Marie, widowed queen mother of Denmark 48 1772-74

Juliania, widow of Algirdas 04 13-14c

Julius Caesar, Roman emperor 01 9-11c

Julius II, pope 07 15c

Julius III, pope 11 16c

Juncker, Gottlieb Friedrich Wilhelm 35 1730s

Justinian I, Byzantine emperor 23 17c

Kachaim, Perm commander 07 15c

Kachalov, Nikita 14 1598-1606

Kadysh, Tatar prince 09 16c

Kafilat, citizen of Vladimir-in-Volhynia 06 1389-1462

Kaftyrev, lieutenant, hospital administrator 48 1772-74

Kaftyrev, musketeer captain 10 16c

Kaganali, Kumyk leader 23 17c

Kahan, Arcadius 48 1772-74

Kaibula, Tatar crown prince 10 16c

Kaibulov, Astrakhan tsarevich 12 16c

Kaibulovich, Mikhail, Tatar tsarevich 17 1634-45

Kakhovsky, priest 38 1745-48

Kakhovsky, Count Mikhail Vasilevich, governor of Mogilev 48 1772-74

Kalachev, Posnik, Shuia elder 17 1634-45

Kalachnik, Fedor, burgher (meshchanin) 14 1598-1606

Kalga-Saltan, grandson of khan 35 1730s

Kalimet, Prince 07 15c

Kaling, a Swede 45 1766-68

Kalinin, Andrei, Ustiug musketeer 18 16-17c

Kalinovsky, bailiff of Pr. Kurbsky 12 16c

Kalinowski, Marcin, Polish field hetman 17 1634-45

Kalistratov, Emelian, peasant 48 1772-74

Kalka (Murzakaiko), Don Cossack, rebel leader 21 17c

Kalman, Hungarian prince 04 13-14c

Kalokyres, Byzantine patrician 01 9-11c

Kaluga, Brigand, tsar, tsarlet 15 1606-13

Kalushkin, Ivan 35 1730s

Kalushkin, Ivan, resident in Persia 38 1745-48

Kama, a Turk 45 1766-68

Kamajewski, Jan, Lithuanian envoy 10 16c

Kamal, envoy 09 16c

Kamar (Komar), Jeronim, Polish ambassador 23 17c

Kamay, Tatar aristocrat 10 16c

Kamenev, college secretary 35 1730s

Kamensky, Mikhail Fedotovich, general 48 1772-74

Kamensky, Vladimir,archimandrite 48 1772-74

Kaminsky, clerk 29 18c

Kaminsky, sheep farmer 29 18c

Kämpfer, Engelbert, German traveller in Moscow 1680s 25 1680s

Kanay Murza (baptized Mikhail) 16 16-17c

Kanbarov, prince 10 16c

Kangxi, reign title of Manchurian emperor Xuanye 23 17c

Kantemir, D.. Use Cantemir 29 18c

Kantemir-Murza 17 1634-45

Kapitan-Pasha 17 1634-45

Kapiton, monk 21 17c

Kaplan-Girey, Crimean khan 46 1768-70

Kaplia, burgher of Vladimir-in-Volhynia 12 16c

Kapnist, brigadier 41 1757-61

Kapnist, Vasily Petrovich 35 1730s

Kara-Kuchuk 07 15c

Karacha, Siberian prince 13 1584-98

Karaimovich (Karaimovych), Iliash, cossack colonel 18 16-17c

Karakuch, Tatar prince 08 15c

Karamyshev, B. 29 18c

Karamyshev, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Karamyshev, Ivan 10 16c

Karamyshev, Ivan, governor 17 1634-45

Karamyshev, Ivan, governor of Volokolamsk 15 1606-13

Karamzin, Nikolay Mikhailovich, historian 13 1584-98

Karash, Crimean prince 20 17c

Karaulov, Ivan 35 1730s

Karaulov, Semen 35 1730s

Karl, brother of King Adolf Fredrik 38 1745-48

Karl, elector palatine 26 1690s

Karl, Olga's emissary 01 9-11c

Karl, prince of Hesse 48 1772-74

Karl, Saxon prince 46 1768-70

Karl IX, king of Sweden 14 1598-1606

Karl X, Charles X Gustavus (king of Sweden). Use Karl X Gustav 24

Karl XI, king of Sweden 23 17c

Karl XII, king of Sweden 38 1745-48

Karl of Zweibrücken 48 1772-74

Karl Philipp, Swedish prince. Use Karl Filip 15 1606-13

Karl Sverkersson, k. of Goths 02 11-12c

Karl Theodor, elector palatine 48 1772-74

Karl Velikii, Charlemagne 24

Karnkowski, Stanis¬aw, archbishop-primate of Gniezno 13 1584-98

Karnovich, valet 38 1745-48

Karol Ferdynand, bishop of Breslau 17 1634-45

Karp, cossack ataman 12 16c

Karp, layman in Pskov 06 1389-1462

Karp "Cripple" Danilovich 04 13-14c

Karpov, ambassador to Poland from Muscovy 11 16c

Karpov, guards soldier 48 1772-74

Karpov, scrivener at Pyskorsk monastery 38 1745-48

Karpov, second lieutenant 48 1772-74

Karpov, Afanasy, Astrakhan town secretary 15 1606-13

Karpov, Savva 09 16c

Karpov, Semeon 34 1730s

Karpovich, Leonty, abbot of Brotherhood monastery in Wilno 16 1619

Karsinski, Polish ambassador 16 1613-34

Kartavy, Nekhoroshko, cossack 13 1584-98

Karzhavin, I. 29 18c

Kasha, courtier 09 16c

Kashchak, Ulan, Tatar military leader 10 16c

Kashin, Prince (unspecified), governor of Novosil 13 1584-98

Kashin, Prince Alexander 12 16c

Kashin, Prince Yury 10 16c

Kashin-Obolensky, Prince, governor of Chernigov 14 1598-1606

Kashin-Sukhoy, Prince Ivan 10 16c

Kashintsev 24

Kashintsev, captain 48 1772-74

Kashkaldev, junior boyar 09 16c

Kashkarov, Andrei, musketeer 10 16c

Kashkin, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Kashurin, Ivan, Moscow merchant 13 1584-98

Kasim 45 1766-68

Kasim, Prince 07 15c

Kasim, Turkish general 10 16c

Kasim-Aga 17 1634-45

Kasimir. Use Casimir 45 1766-68

Kasogov, Grigory, Muscovite commander 20 17c

Kassian, abbot of St. Cyril monastery 06 1389-1462

Kassian, archimandrite of Yuriev mon. 08 15c

Kassian, bp. of Riazan 12 16c

Kassian, monk 09 16c

Kataev, Russian serviceman 23 17c

Katarzyna, sister of W¬adys¬aw IV of Poland 17 1634-45

Katarzyna Jagiellonica, Swedish queen 13 1584-98

Katorzhny, Alexis, Don ataman 21 17c

Katorzhny, Ivan, Don ataman 17 1634-45

Katyrev-Rostovsky, Prince Ivan Mikhailovich 14 1598-1606

Katyrev-Rostovsky, Prince Mikhail Petrovich 15 1606-13

Kaunitz-Reitberg, Pr. Wenzel Anton von, Austrian chancellor,

foreign minister 48 18c

Kavgady, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Kaza-Girey, Crimean khan 48 1772-74

Kazanowski, Polish cavalry captain 15 1606-13

Kazanowski, Polish colonel 18 16-17c

Kazanowski, Polish gentleman soldier 41 1757-61

Kazanowski, Polish lord 16 1613-34

Kazareisky, Ivan - see Akudinov, Timofey 18 16-17c

Kazarin, Nazar, Bulgarian officer in Russian service 46 1768-70

Kazarinov, clerk in College of Mines 38 1745-48

Kazimierz Odnowiciel, Casimir Restaurator, prince of Poland 02 11-12c

Kazimierzski, bishop of Kiev 16 1613-34

Kazimierzski, False Dmitry's emissary 15 1606-13

Kazy-Girey, Crimean khan 14 1598-1606

Kebiak, Tatar prince 10 16c

Kegich 29 18c

Keistut, Lithuanian grand prince. Use Kestutis 10 16c

Keith, English envoy in Denmark 48 1772-74

Keith, General James Francis 35 1730s

Keith, Robert, British diplomat 41 1757-61

Keith, William, foreign officer 17 1634-45

Kelemet, Ivan, servant of A. Kurbsky 12 16c

Kerepecki 15 1606-13

Kerning, Danish burgomaster 46 1768-70

Kernozicki, Polish military commander 15 1606-13

Kestutis, son of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Kettler, Gotthard von, Livonian master 10 16c

Keyserling, Count Hermann-Karl von 35 1730s

Keyserling, Karl Hermann von, Russian ambassador to Austria 46 1768-70

Khabar Simsky 45 1766-68

Khabarov, Ivan Ivanovich, boyar 09 16c

Khabarov, Yerofey (Yarko) Pavlovich, trader, explorer 23 17c

Khaletsky, Lithuanian nobleman 09 16c

Khalil Bey, Turkish grand vizier 46 1768-70

Khalil Pasha, grand vizier 16 1613-34

Khamikov, David, Solvychegodsk public scribe 18 16-17c

Khamov, Novgorod townsman 18 16-17c

Khanenko, Mikhail (Khanenko, Mykhailo) 20 17c

Kharlamov, Ivan, "old-timer" in village 06 1389-1462

Khariton, priest 15 1606-13

Kharitonov, Mikhail, rebel leader 21 17c

Kheraskov, general 46 1768-70

Khidr-Beg (Khidyr) 04 13-14c

Khilkov family 23 17c

Khilkov, Prince 24

Khilkov, Prince (unspecified), governor of Novosil 13 1584-98

Khilkov, Prince Andrei Vasilievich 15 1606-13

Khilkov, Prince Dmitry Ivanovich 10 16c

Khilkov, Prince Fedor Andreevich, governor of Novgorod,

later Putivl 18 16-17c

Khilkov, Prince Ivan Andreevich, governor of Astrakhan, later Tobolsk 21 17c

Khitrov, governor of Mosalsk 16 1613-34

Khitrov, military governor 38 1745-48

Khitrovo 41 1757-61

Khitrovo Bolshoy, Ivan Sergeevich, conciliar noble 23 17c

Khitrovo, Anna Petrovna, lady-in-waiting 25 1680s

Khitrovo (Khitry), Bogdan Matveevich 21 17c

Khitrovo, Daniel Varfolomeevich, governor of Saratov 21 17c

Khitrovo, Ivan Sevastianovich, table attendant 20 17c

Khitrovo, Yakov Timofeevich, conciliar noble 20 17c

Khlebnikov, crown agent 48 1772-74

Khlopko (Kosolap), hetman, rebel leader 14 1598-1606

Khlopov, Gavrila 16 1613-34

Khlopov, Ivan 16 1613-34

Khlopov, Kirilla Osipovich, table attendant, Borisov commander 20 17c

Khlopova, Maria Ivanovna, betrothed to Tsar Michael 16 1620s

Khludenev, envoy 09 16c

Khlynov 14 1598-1606

Khmelevsky, liquor franchise holder 17 1634-45

Khmelnitsky, Bogdan Mikhailovich (Khmelnytsky, Bohdan Mykhailovych) 20 17c

Khmelnitsky, Mikhail, sergeant 18 16-17c

Khmelnitsky, Yury Bogdanovich (Khmelnytsky, Yury (Yuras)

Bohdanovych) 20 17c

Khoderiakin, Kondrat, cossack 21 17c

Khodyka, mayor of Kiev 18 16-17c

Khokhlov, Vasily, musketeer captain 16 1613-34

Khoklov 29 18c

Kholmsky family 08 15c

Kholmsky, Prince Daniel Dmitrievich 07 15c

Kholmsky, Prince Mikhail 07 15c

Kholmsky, Semen 07 15c

Kholodilov, merchant 48 1772-74

Khomiako, Petrushka 24

Khomutov, brigadier 41 1757-61

Khoriv, prince 01 9-11c

Khorobrov, Ivan 06 1389-1462

Khorvat 41 1757-61

Khosrev, khan of Shemakha 23 17c

Khot Grigorievich, commander 03 12-13c

Khotetovo, prince of 08 15c

Khotinsky, Nikolay Konstantinovich, Russ. ambassador to France 48 1772-74

Khovansky, prince 06 1389-1462

Khovansky, prince 12 16c

Khovansky family 23 17c

Khovansky, I., prince 29 18c

Khovansky, Ivan Andreevich 24

Khovansky, P.I., prince 29 18c

Khovansky, Prince Andrei 09 16c

Khovansky, Prince Andrei Andreevich 16 1613-34

Khovansky, Prince Ivan Andreevich 16 1613-34

Khovansky, Prince Ivan Fedorovich, governor of Pskov 15 1606-13

Khovansky, Prince Ivan Nikitich 18 16-17c

Khovansky, Prince Peter Ivanovich, Muscovite commander 20 17c

Khovansky, Princess Evfrosinia 09 16c

Khovrin family 08 15c

Khovrin, Ivan Golova 08 15c

Khovrin, Vladimir Grigorievich 08 15c

Khoze, Assan 08 15c

Khozin, Alexis 15 1606-13

Khozin, Nikula, Pskov townsman 18 16-17c

Khoznikov, Alexis, Muscovite ambassador 10 16c

Khrapovitsky, major general 48 1772-74

Khrebtovich, Yan Liutavor 07 15c

Khrebtovich-Bogurinsky (Khrebtovych-Bohurynsky),

archimandrite of Caves monastery 18 16-17c

Khripun-Riapolovsky, Prince 07 15c

Khripunov, defector to Poland at time of Godunov 14 1598-1606

Khripunov, Trofim, townsman of Voronezh 21 17c

Khrobtovich, Yan Liutavor (Lith) 45 1766-68

Khrom, Ivan Andreevich 08 15c

Khromoy, Fedor Davidovich 07 15c

Khromy, peasant 09 16c

Khrul, Paletsky, prince. See Paletsky-Khrul, Prince 07 15c

Khrushchev, junior boyar 13 1584-98

Khrushchev, musketeer captain 13 1584-98

Khrushchov, Peter, plotter, political exile 48 1772-74

Khrushchov, Peter, cossack captain 14 1598-1606

Khudiak, servitor of Trinity monastery 15 1606-13

Khudiakov 29 18c

Khulefa (Khulafa), Persian representative of Mahasp Quli Khan 34 1730s

Khvalov, Semeon, native of Riazan 15 1606-13

Khvatov, Artemy, crown secretary 17 1634-45

Khvorostinin, Prince Dmitry Ivanovich 13 1584-98

Khvorostinin, Prince Fedor Yakovlevich 13 1584-98

Khvorostinin, Prince Ivan Andreevich 16 1613-34

Khvorostinin, Prince Ivan Dmitrevich, governor of Astrakhan 15 1606-13

Khvorostinin, Prince Ivan Dmitrievich 16 1613-34

Khvorostinin, Prince Yury 16 1613-34

Khvost, Alexis Petrovich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Khvostov, nobleman 16 1613-34

Kikin, leader of cossack settlement 13 1584-98

Kikin, noble 17 1634-45

Kikin family, Riazan gentry 15 1606-13

Kikin, A. 29 18c

Kikin, Loggin Mikhailovich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Kikin, Timofey, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Kikin, Vasily Petrovich, table attendant 20 17c

Kindey, Paul, Kindiy, Pavlo (Ukr.) 20 17c

Kindiy, Pavlo, cossack 20 17c

Kinnoull, Lord 34 1730s

Kinski, chancellor 26 1690s

Kipchakov, Tatar family 09 16c

Kiprian. Use Cyprian

Kiprian[ov], Kurmysh priest 38 1745-48

Kireevsky, ambassador to Poland 16 1613-34

Kirey 07 15c

Kiriak, Greek, Lvov merchant 20 17c

Kirik 03 12-13c

Kirik, Luke 34 1730s

Kirik, Prince (unspecified), cossack ataman 13 1584-98

Kirill. Use Cyril for senior prelates, ecclesiastics

Kirill, keeper of the seal (Galich) 04 13-14c

Kirill, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Kirill, musketeer 18 16-17c

Kirill, teacher in Lvov Brotherhood School 18 16-17c

Kirill Semeonovich 17 1634-45

Kirillov, village elder in Troitskoe 38 1745-48

Kirillov, Ivan 41 1757-61

Kirillov, Ivan, state official 38 1745-48

Kirilov, Peter 24

Kirilovka, Princess Anna 20 17c

Kirim-Girey, Crimean khan 46 1768-70

Kirpichnikov, blacksmith 41 1757-61

Kirzhatsky 29 18c

Kisel (Kysil), Adam Sventoldich, Ukrainian magnate 18 16-17c

Kiselev, Commander 09 16c

Kiselev, Fedor 07 15c

Kishensky, ataman 41 1757-61

Kishka (Kiszka), Stanis¬aw Petrowicz 45 1766-68

Kishkin, Shuia elder 17 1634-45

Kislitsa, Prince Mikhail Vasilievich 09 16c

Kislovsky, president of College of Mines 38 1745-48

Kiszka, Peter 09 16c

Kiszka, Stanis¬aw Petrowicz 08 15c

Kiszka, Stanis¬aw, Lithuanian envoy 10 16c

Kiszka, Stanis¬aw, Polish commander of Smolensk 15 1606-13

Kitaev, Dmitry Vasilievich 08 15c

Kitai, Vasily 07 15c

Kitan, khan 02 11-12c

Kiy, early ruler of Kiev 01 9-11c

Kizelbash, shah of Persia 45 1766-68

Kizimenko (Kyzymenko), cossack leader 18 16-17c

Kizliar-Aga, Turkish leader 38 1745-48

Klauson, Swedish ambassador 14 1598-1606

Klederman (Kellermann), Thomas, English merchant 23 17c

Klein, V.O., historian 14 1598-1606

Klement (iev, evich, ovna) 45 1766-68

Klementiev brothers 07 15c

Klementy, false tsarevich 15 1606-13

Klenk, Doenraad van, Dutch ambassador 25 1680s

Kleopin, Alexis Kirillov 24

Kleopin, Fedor 24

Kleopin, Ivan Alexeev 24

Kleopina, Anisia 24

Kleshnin, Andrei Petrovich, lord-in-waiting 14 1598-1606

Klesl (Khlesl), Melchior, cardinal 16 1613-34

Kliaptsev, Afanasy 35 1730s

Klichka, Russian colonel 48 1772-74

Klim Smoliatich, metropolitan of Kiev 1147-54 02 11-12c

Kliment, architect in Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Kliment (Klim), bishop of Smolensk 06 1389-1462

Klimenty, bogus tsarevich 15 1606-13

Klimiata, Galich boyar 04 13-14c

Klimka (Klim), peasant 23 17c

Klimovich, Agafia Grigorievna 38 1745-48

Klimovich, Vlas 38 1745-48

Klimshin, Ivan, merchant, tax collector in Archangel 23 17c

Klinowski 45 1766-68

Klinowski, envoy 09 16c

Kliuchevsky, Vasily Osipovich, historian 29 18c

Klobuchkov, Ivan, native of Pskov 18 16-17c

Klobukov, Andrei, Moscow bailiff 14 1598-1606

Klobukov, Andrei Fedorovich, crown secretary 10 16c

Klobukov, Ivan, crown secretary 10 16c

Klochko, magnate 09 16c

Klopsky, Mikhail 12 16c

Klyapik-Eropkin, Mikhail 08 15c

Kmita, Filon, commander of Smolensk 11 16c

Kmitich, Polish commander 20 17c

Kniprode, Winrich von, grand master 04 13-14c

Knobloch, general 41 1757-61

Knutsson, Tyrgils, Swedish marshal 04 13-14c

Knyphausen, Dodo Heinrich von, Prussian diplomat 41 1757-61

Koban, khan of Polovetsians 03 12-13c

Kobel, Naum 09 16c

Kobelev, Fedor, merchant and scout 13 1584-98

Kobenzl, Hans, imperial ambassador to Ivan IV 11 16c

Kobiak, khan of Polovetsians 03 12-13c

Kobiakov, secretary 38 1745-48

Kobiakov, Alexander 09 16c

Kobylin-Koshkin family 08 15c

Kobyzenko, Kondraty Ivanov, ataman, cossack brigand 23 17c

Kochanowski, Jan, Polish ambassador to Turkey 16 1613-34

Kochen, Chancellor von 34 1730s

Kochergin, clerk 29 18c

Kochergin, treasurer of Trinity Monastery 15 1606-13

Kochevin, Yury, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Kochkar, favorite of Sviatoslav Vsevolodovich of Chernigov 03 12-13c

Kochubei, Vasily. Use Kochubey 25 1680s

Kochubey, colonel 35 1730s

Kochubey, V.L. 29 18c

Kochubey, V.V. 29 18c

Koet, Dutch master craftsman 16 1613-34

Kokorev, Grigory, governor of Mangazeia 17 1634-45

Kokoshilov 24

Kokoshkin, I. 29 18c

Kokoshkin, Yakov, court butler, ambassador 23 17c

Kolchko, servant of Davyd Igorevich 02 11-12c

Kolesnikov, Ivan, cossack ataman 23 17c

Kolleti, Evfimy 35 1730s

Kolman, son of King Andrew of Hungary 03 12-13c

Kolobov, Moscow merchant 35 1730s

Kologrivov 29 18c

Kolokolnikov, Feofil, rebel leader 21 17c

Koloman, k. of Hungary 02 11-12c

Kolomna, Afanasy, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Kolomna, Bishop Vassian of 09 16c

Kolontaev, table attendant 17 1634-45

Kolovrat, Ipaty, Riazan nobleman 06 1389-1462

Koltovskaia, Anna. See Anna Koltovskaia, tsaritsa 15 1606-13

Koltovskoy, cossack captain 13 1584-98

Koltovsky, landowner 38 1745-48

Koltovsky, Ivan Andreevich, commander in First Militia Force 15 1606-13

Koltso, Ivan, cossack ataman 11 16c

Koltsov-Mosalsky (-Masalsky), Ivan Mikhailovich 24

Koludarov, a criminal 06 1389-1462

Kolupaev, hetman 10 16c

Kolupaev, Mikhail, musketeer captain 20 17c

Kolychev family 13 1584-98

Kolychev 29 18c

Kolychev, boyar, father of Metropolitan Philip 10 16c

Kolychev, Fedor, petitioner 13 1584-98

Kolychev, governor 15 1606-13

Kolychev, nobleman 16 1613-34

Kolychev, table attendant 17 1634-45

Kolychev, Stepan 34 1730s

Kolychev-Umny, Fedor, boyar 12 16c

Kolychov, native of Briansk 18 16-17c

Kolzakov, musketeer captain at Nizhny Novgorod 15 1606-13

Komar, Hieronim, Polish emissary 20 17c

Komarowski, Polish commissioner to Ukraine 18 16-17c

Komarowski, Polish primate 41 1757-61

Koming, major general 41 1757-61

Komulius, Illyrian priest 13 1584-98

Komykin, Ivan, table attendant, ambassador 23 17c

Kon, icon painter 08 15c

Kon, Fedor Savelevich, military engineer 15 16-17c

Konarski, Father Stanislas, Polish philosopher 48 1772-74

Konashevich, Luka 35 1730s

Koncha, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Konchak, khan of Polovetsians 03 12-13c

Konchaka, Agafia, wife of Yury of Moscow 04 13-14c

Kondak, D. 29 18c

Kondoidi, A. 29 18c

Kondrat, chiliarch 04 13-14c

Kondratiev, Mikhail 12 16c

Kondratiev, S. 29 18c

Konduvdey, prince 03 12-13c

Kondyrev, governor of Voronezh 18 16-17c

Kondyrev, junior boyar 09 16c

Kondyrev, Ukrainian 15 1606-13

Kondyrev, Ivan, ambassador to France 16 1613-34

Konev, Fedor, trader 14 1598-1606

Koniaev, Mikhail Timofeevich, Russian naval captain 48 1772-74

Koniecpolski, cavalry captain 15 1606-13

Koniecpolski, Polish hetman 16 1613-34

Koniecpolski brothers, Polish commanders 15 1606-13

Koniecpolski, Stanis¬aw, Polish hetman 18 16-17c

Königsegg, Austrian military leader 35 1730s

Konisski, bishop of Belorussia 45 1766-68

Koniukhovsky, Konstantin Evdokimovich, secretary to pretender Akudinov 18 16-17c

Kononov, Davyd 41 1757-61

Kononov, Sidor 41 1757-61

Kononovich (Kononovych), Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Konoplev, Dmitry 08 15c

Konovalov, Fedor, native of Pskov 18 16-17c

Konrad. Use Conrad for emperors

Konrad, Polish prince 03 12-13c

Konrad, pr. of Bohemia 02 11-12c

Konrad of Mazovia, prince 06 1389-1462

Konshin, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Konstantin. Use Constantine for Byzantine emperors

Konstantin, Kholm boyar 04 13-14c

Konstantin, prince of Rostov 06 1389-1462

Konstantin, son of Alexander of Kakhetia 14 1598-1606

Konstantin Borisovich, prince of Uglich 04 13-14c

Konstantin Dmitrievich, prince of Tver 06 1389-1462

Konstantin Dmitrievich, youngest son of Dmitry Donskoy 08 15c

Konstantin Dobrynich, Novgorod burgrave 01 9-11c

Konstantin Fedorovich, Riazan prince 14 1598-1606

Konstantin Fedorovich, son of Fedor of Yaroslavl 04 13-14c

Konstantin Grigorievich, envoy of Ivan III 08 15c

Konstantin Khotovich 02 11-12c

Konstantin Mikhailovich of Tver 04 13-14c

Konstantin Mikulinich, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Konstantin Moiseevich, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Konstantin Prokopich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Konstantin Romanovich 04 13-14c

Konstantin Seroslavich, commander of Galich 03 12-13c

Konstantin Vasilievich, prince of Rostov 04 13-14c

Konstantin Vasilievich 02 11-12c

Konstantin Vasilievich of Suzdal 04 13-14c

Konstantin Vladimirovich, traitor 04 13-14c

Konstantin Vsevolodovich 03 12-13c

Konstantin Yaroslavich 04 13-14c

Konstantin Yurievich 04 13-14c

Konstantinov 35 1730s

Konstantinov, Pavel, Konstantyniv, Pavlo (Ukr.) 20 17c

Konstantinovich, Augustin, Lithuanian envoy 23 17c

Konstantinovich, Moscow boyar family 06 1389-1462

Kopinsky (Kopynsky), Isaia, Ukrainian bishop 18 16-17c

Kopnin, Tretiak, crown secretary 17 1634-45

Kopyczewski, Polish colonel 16 1613-34

Kopyl, Vasily 09 16c

Kopyl, Yury 09 16c

Kopylov 24

Kopylsky family 09 16c

Kopystensky, Mikhail, bishop of Peremyshl 18 16-17c

Kopyto, Vasily, Pskov musketeer 18 16-17c

Kopyto, Yev 18 16-17c

Kopytov, Ivan, Pskov musketeer 18 16-17c

Korela, hetman of Don Cossacks 14 1598-1606

Korepin, Savinka, native of Ustiug 18 16-17c

Koretsky, Bodgan, Polish lord 12 16c

Koretsky, Vadim Ivanovich, historian 14 1598-1606

Korff, Baron Nikolay Fridrich, diplomat 38 1745-48

Korff, Johann Albrecht 35 1730s

Korff, Nikolay, general 41 1757-61

Koriakov, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Koriat-Mikhail, son of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Korigailo, son of Algirdas 04 13-14c

Kornily, first name 25 1680s

Kornyshov 29 18c

Korob 24

Korobeinikov, Trifon 17 1634-45

Korobka, Fedor, Korobka, Fedir (Ukr.) 20 17c

Korobov, Vasily Andreevich, envoy 09 16c

Korobyin, lord-in-waiting 16 1613-34

Korobyin, nobleman 16 1613-34

Korobyin, Vasily, ambassador to Denmark 16 1613-34

Korolevich Val'demar, Prince Valdemar 24

Korotiaev, peasant 48 1772-74

Korotkoy, I. 29 18c

Korovin, Ivan, native of Murom, father of Ileika Muroments

(Pretender Peter) 14 1598-1606

Korovin, Ivan, native of Murom 14 1598-1606

Korsak, colonel 38 1745-48

Korsak, Lithuanian envoy 10 16c

Korsak, nobleman 12 16c

Korsakov (Rimsky-), Ya.N. 29 18c

Korsakov 34 1730s

Korsakov, Ignaty, governor of Verkhny Lomov 21 17c

Korsakov, Larka, governor of Dorogobuzh 16 1613-34

Korshinsky, prince 12 16c

Korshun, Siberian prince 17 1634-45

Kortashev, town secretary of Vologda 15 1606-13

Kosetsky, lieutenant 41 1757-61

Koshak, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Koshelev 29 18c

Koshelev, False Dmitry II's jester 15 1606-13

Koshka, Fedor Andreevich, Muscovite commander 12 16c

Koshka, Ivan Fedorovich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Koshka, Samuil (Kishka, Samiylo), cossack leader 18 16-17c

Koshkin family 09 16c

Koshkin, Fedor (also Koshka), Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Koshkin, Mikhail Yurievich 09 16c

Koshkin, Yakov Zakharevich 09 16c

Koshkin-Zakharin, Yakov Zakharievich 08 15c

Koshkin-Zakharin, Yury Zakharievich 08 15c

Koshkin-Zakharin, Zakhar Ivanovich 08 15c

Koshtivley, Tatar aristocrat 10 16c

Kosin;ski (Kosynsky), cossack leader 18 16-17c

Kositsky, Khristofor, Zaporozhian hetman 13 1584-98

Koslovsky, Grigory, Muscovite commander 20 17c

Kosniachko, chiliarch ot Kiev 02 11-12c

Kosniatko, boyar 02 11-12c

Kosolap. See Khlopko 14 1598-1606

Kosoy (Kosov), M.A. 29 18c

Kosoy, Vassian, monk (Prince Vasily Patrikeev) 09 16c

Kossov (Kosiv), Sylvester, metropolitan of Kiev 20 17c

Kostevich, Yanush (Lith). See Kostewicz, Janusz (Pol.) 09 16c

Kostia, commander of the Viatkans 07 15c

Kostia, physician 14 1598-1606

Kostia, witness in trial 06 1389-1462

Kostiurin, general 41 1757-61

Kostka, Jan 11 16c

Kostomarov, Nikolay Ivanovich 16 1613-34

Kostroma, deacon 04 13-14c

Kosziuchowski, Polish noble 45 1766-68

Kotelnikov, Dmitry, Ustiug townsman 18 16-17c

Kotian, Polovtsian khan 04 13-14c

Kotianikov, Stepan (Stenka) 24

Kotliar, Lubny district chief 20 17c

Kotoshikhin, Grigory Karpovich 24

Kotov, Rodion, merchant 16 1613-34

Kotovich, castellan of Wilno 23 17c

Koval, native of Vologda 12 16c

Kovalevsky, Ivan, lieutenant 20 17c

Kovrov princes 12 16c

Kovrov, Prince Vasily 07 15c

Koza, Prokhor, Pskov musketeer 18 16-17c

Kozakowski, Nikolaj, Polish officer 15 1606-13

Kozanowski, Polish colonel 16 1613-34

Kozarin, boyar 02 11-12c

Kozel, peasant 09 16c

Kozhin 29 18c

Kozhin, Ivan 34 1730s

Kozhin, Peter Nikolaevich, state councillor 48 1772-74

Kozhukh, Rodion, secretary to metropolitan, author 06 1389-1462

Kozhukhov, Mikhail Gavrilovich, naval captain 48 1772-74

Kozlov, brigadier 34 1730s

Kozlov, courtier 10 16c

Kozlov, Marko, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Kozlovsky, Prince 15 1606-13

Kozlovsky, Prince 18 16-17c

Kozlovsky, Prince, military leader from seaboard towns 15 1606-13

Kozlovsky, S.M. 29 18c

Kozlovsky, Stepan Alexeevich, prince and senator 48 1772-74

Kozma, presbyter 08 15c

Krabbe, Gregor, Danish emissary 17 1634-45

Krabbe, Jakob, Livonian official 10 16c

Krafft, Georg Wolfgang 35 1730s

Krakov, junior boyar 15 1606-13

Krakovsky, Polish lord 12 16c

Kramer, German expatriate 15 1606-13

Krasenskaia, Anna 12 16c

Krasensky family 18 16-17c

Krasheninnikov, S.P. 35 1730s

Krasinski, bishop of Kamenets 45 1766-68

Krasnoshchekov, Fedor Ivanovich, brigadier 41 1757-61

Krasnoshchekov, Ivan 35 1730s

Krasny, Fedor, hundredman 15 1606-13

Krasovsky, Polish colonel 20 17c

Kravchenko, Ivan, Bila Tserkva colonel 20 17c

Krechetnikov, Mikhail Nikitich, governor of Pskov 48 1772-74

Kreiss 29 18c

Krekshin, Peter 35 1730s

Kremski, cavalry captain 17 1634-45

Krevza, Lev, Ukrainian Uniate archimandrite 18 16-17c

Krinitsyn, cadet 35 1730s

Kristina, mother of Prince Valdemar 17 1634-45

Kristina, Swedish queen 17 1634-45

Kristler, Swedish artisan 17 1634-45

Kristofer Yakunovich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Kriuk-Kolychev, Ivan Fedorovich, boyar 15 1606-13

Kriukov 41 1757-61

Krivoezerskie princes 12 16c

Krivoy, Ivan Dmitrievich 12 16c

Krivoy, Sergei, comrade in arms of Stenka Razin 21 17c

Krivtsov 41 1757-61

Krivtsov, architect from Pskov 08 15c

Krizhanich, Yury (Juraj Kriz"anic;) 24

Krok, Bohemian prince 01 9-11c

Krokovsky 24

Kron, trader from Lübeck 13 1584-98

Kronstedt, Swedish general 26 1690s

Kropotkin, Prince (unspecified) 21 17c

Kropotkin, Prince Peter, governor of Ivangorod 14 1598-1606

Kropotov, Major General 34 1730s

Kroshensky princes 07 15c

Krotkova, gentrywoman 48 1772-74

Krotky, Shuia elder 17 1634-45

Krotoszewski, Jan, Lithuanian envoy 10 16c

Krotowski 45 1766-68

Krubin (Korobin), Semen 09 16c

Krusbjorn, Peter, Swedish resident 17 1634-45

Kruse, Ehlert, Livonian aristocrat 10 16c

Krutitsa, archbishop of 41 1757-61

Krykhalov, merchant 35 1730s

Krylov, collegiate assessor 41 1757-61

Krym-Girey, Tatar crown prince of Crimea 10 16c

Krym-Shevkal, Kakhetian prince 13 1584-98

Kryn;ski, Stanis¬aw, governor of Mazovia 11 16c

Krzycki, Lithuanian chancellor 16 1613-34

Kseniia, Xenia 14 1598-1606

Ksenofont Sudokov 04 13-14c

Ksniatin (Konstantin) Seroslavich, boyar 02 11-12c

Kubensky, Prince Ivan 09 16c

Kubensky, Prince Mikhail Ivanovich 09 16c

Kubensky, princely family 10 16c

Kubyshkin, merchant 38 1745-48

Kuchetsky, Fedor 09 16c

Kuchinsky, ensign 38 1745-48

Kuchkovich, boyar 03 12-13c

Kuchkovichi 04 13-14c

Kuchum, Siberian Tatar chief, khan 14 1598-1606

Kudaiar, Prince 09 16c

Kudaikul, Prince 09 16c

Kudekusha-Timofey Trepets, Pskov artisan 15 1606-13

Kudiar (Crimean prince) 45 1766-68

Kudriavtsev 34 1730s

Kudriavtsev, N.A. 29 18c

Kuhlemann, Dr. Johann 48 1772-74

Kuiuk. Use Guyuk 04 13-14c

Kukiel, M. 48 1772-74

Kulaga, Zaporozhian ataman 13 1584-98

Kulaga-Petrazhitsky (Kulaha-Petrazhytsky), cossack leader 18 16-17c

Kuleshin, Vasily 08 15c

Kuli Khan 35 1730s

Kulmey, boyar 02 11-12c

Kulpa, khan 04 13-14c

Kultashev, landowner 48 1772-74

Kultashev, Prokhor, second lieutenant 48 1772-74

Kumudro, Greek captain 46 1768-70

Kunakov, Muscovite courier to Warsaw 18 16-17c

Kuno Liebstein, commander of Osterrod 04 13-14c

Kuntsevich (Kuntsevych), Josaphat, bishop of Polotsk 18 16-17c

Kunui, Polovetsian 02 11-12c

Kupkeev, Murza, defector to Lithuania 13 1584-98

Kurachov, elder in Trinity monastery 12 16c

Kurakin family 34 1730s

Kurakin, Alexander Borisovich 35 1730s

Kurakin, Ivan Semeonovich, boyar 15 1606-13

Kurakin, Prince 09 16c

Kurakin, Prince (unspecified) 13 1584-98

Kurakin, Prince Alexander Borisovich 38 1745-48

Kurakin, Prince Andrei Petrovich 15 1606-13

Kurakin, Prince Fedor Fedorovich, boyar 20 17c

Kurakin, Prince Grigory Andreevich 13 1584-98

Kurakin, Prince Grigory Semenovich 20 17c

Kurakin, Prince Ivan Andreevich 10 16c

Kurakin, Prince Ivan Semenovich 14 1598-1606

Kurakin, Prince Peter 10 16c

Kurakina, Princess (unspecified) 38 1745-48

Kuratnik, Foma Andreevich 07 15c

Kurbatov, A.A. 29 18c

Kurbatov, P. 29 18c

Kurbskaia, Maria Yurievna, second wife of Andrei Kurbsky 12 16c

Kurbsky family 10 16c

Kurbsky, Pr. Andrei Mikhailovich 08 15c

Kurbsky, Pr. Roman Mikhailovich 10 16c

Kurbsky, Prince Fedor 07 15c

Kurbsky, Prince Mikhail 09 16c

Kurbsky, Prince Semen 07 15c

Kurbsky, Semen, governor of Pskov 09 16c

Kurbsky-Karamysh, Pr. Mikh. Fedorovich 10 16c

Kurbsky-Karamysh, Prince Mikhail Mikhailovich 10 16c

Kuremsha, Tatar tax official 04 13-14c

Kuritsyn, secretary of Vasily III 09 16c

Kuritsyn, Fedor Vasilievich 07 15c

Kuritsyn, Ivan "the Wolf" 08 15c

Kurliatiev (Shkurliatiev), Prince Dmitry Ivanovich 10 16c

Kurliatiev (Shkurliatiev), Prince Konstantin 12 16c

Kurochkin, contractor 38 1745-48

Kurov, Dmitry, envoy to Siberia 11 16c

Kursel, sergeant 41 1757-61

Kurtsevich, Joseph, archimandrite of Sii monastery 17 1634-45

Kurtsov, Novgorod military governor 12 16c

Kushinnikov, Ivan, inhabitant of Balakhna 15 1606-13

Kutais, pasha of (Turk) 45 1766-68

Kutepov, leader of odnodvortsy 48 1772-74

Kutlubitsky, Russian interpreter 46 1768-70

Kutska, Ivan, Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Kutskovich (Kutskovych) 18 16-17c

Kutuzov, Andrei 07 15c

Kutuzov, Yury 07 15c

Kutzov, Mikhail 07 15c

Kuvshikov, ambassador to Persia 16 1613-34

Kuzemka, priesthood candidate 08 15c

Kuzemka, Skobeltsin's man 08 15c

Kuzma Grigoriev 24

Kuzma of Kiev, servant 03 12-13c

Kuzma Ratyshich, swordbearer 03 12-13c

Kuzma Snovidovich, boyar 02 11-12c

Kuzmin, Alexis, priest 17 1634-45

Kuzmin, Ivan 07 15c

Kuzmin, Ivan, servitor of Holy Widsom monastery, Novgorod 18 16-17c

Kuzmin, Ivan the Younger, Tambov merchant 48 1772-74

Kuzminsky, Russian envoy 10 16c

Kuznetsov, Maxim, guard 13 1584-98

Kuznetsov, Stepan, soldier, Old Believer 48 1772-74

Kvanin (Kvanyn) 18 16-17c

Kvashin, Ivan Rodionov, boyar 15 1606-13

Kvashnin, cossack 23 17c

Kvashnin-Samarin, Andrei Nikitich, governor of Kazan 48 1772-74

Kvashnin-Samarin, master of heraldry 35 1730s

Kvasov, soldier 48 1772-74

Kzo, khan of Polovetsians 03 12-13c

Lablanc 29 18c

Lachinov, major general 41 1757-61

Lacosta 29 18c

Lacy, General 34 1730s

Lacy, Field Marshal Peter Petrovich 38 1745-48

Lada, a Czech 09 16c

Ladislas I, k. of Hungary, saint 02 11-12c

Ladislas of Hungary 03 12-13c

Ladislas, king of Hungary 09 15c

Ladkay, Siberian prince 17 1634-45

Ladyzhensky, Amvrosy, ambassador to Poland 16 1613-34

Ladyzhensky, table attendant 20 17c

Lagerhielm, Swedish lieutenant 38 1745-48

Lagovchin 29 18c

Laish, Cheremiss native 10 16c

Lakastov, Major, factory owner 38 1745-48

La Martinière, Bruzen de 35 1730s

Lamberdey, Cheremiss native 10 16c

Lambert, captain 41 1757-61

Lambton, Albert. See Skotnicki 15 1606-13

Lamotte de la Peirouze, brigadier general 34 1730s

Lamsdorf, colonel 41 1757-61

Lamsdorff, captain 48 1772-74

Lancaster, Henry, duke of 04 13-14c

Lanczynski, Ludwik, Russian ambassador to Vienna (1730s) 35 1730s

Langen, Baron Augustus 26 1690s

Lannoy, Ghillebert de, Flemish envoy to Novgorod 06 1389-1426

Lapsha, Grigory, peasant 15 1606-13

Laptev, Anton, Yaroslav merchant 18 16-17c

Larion, cook 21 17c

Larion, hundredman 03 12-13c

Larionov, crown agent 17 1634-45

Larionov, Andrei, musketeer 18 16-17c

Larionov, Semeon, noble 21 17c

Larionovich, Lev 45 1766-68

Lascy, Austrian official 48 1772-74

Lashin, mayor of Belgorod 38 1745-48

Laski, chancellor of Poland 09 16c

Laski, Adalbert, Polish magnate 11 16c

Laskirev, nobleman 09 16c

Laurenty, false tsarevich. Use Lavrenty 15 1606-13

Laureo, papal nuncio 11 16c

Lauritas, legendary Slav prince 01 9-11c

Lavallais 29 18c

Lavar, a Polovetsian 03 12-13c

Lavkay, Daur chieftain 23 17c

Lavrentiev, Ivan, proofreader in Printing Office 21 17c

Lavrenty, archimandrite of St. George monastery (Novgorod) 06 1389-1462

Lavrenty, bishop of Peremyshl 12 16c

Lavrenty, bogus tsarevich 15 1606-13

Lavrenty, chronicler 06 1389-1462

Lavrenty, Lvov schoolteacher 18 16-17c

Lavrenty, monk 17 1634-45

Lavrenty, archbishop of Tver, later Kazan 21 17c

Lavretsky, Semeon, interpreter 23 17c

Lavrin, Zaberezski's clerk 07 15c

Lawicki, Andrzej, Jesuit 14 1598-1606

Lazar, Lazrus, Lazrev. Use Lazar 24

Lazar 02 11-12c

Lazar, chiliarch of Kiev 02 11-12c

Lazar, Moscow craftsman 06 1389-1462

Lazar, priest of Romanov-Borisoglebsk 21 17c

Lazar Domazhirich, citizen of Galich 04 13-14c

Lazar Sakovsky, boyar 02 11-12c

Lazarenko, Anton (Antin), colonel 18 16-17c

Lazarenko, R. 29 18c

Lazarev, Dementy, governor of Kashin 17 1634-45

Lazarev, Timofey 15 1606-13

Lazarevskaia, Yuliania, subject of poem 17 1634-45

Lazarevsky, Leonty, ambassador to C/ple 17 1634-45

Lazariev, Pakhomia 07 15c

Lazarus 24

Lazovsky, Feodosy, bishop of Kholm, later of Vladimir-in-Volhynia and Brest 18 16-17c

Le Gendre 29 18c

Lebedev, collegiate councillor 48 1772-74

Lebedev, Andrei, cossack lieutenant, rebel leader 21 17c

Lebedev, Prince Vasily 13 1584-98

Lebrun 29 18c

Lechmanov, Ivashka (Ivan), Berezov Ostiak 23 17c

Lefort, baron, grand master of ceremonies 41 1757-61

Lefort, François, Swiss friend of Peter I 48 1772-74

Lefort, P. 29 18c

Lehwaldt, general 41 1757-61

Leibniz, G.W. 29 18c

Leibov, Borokh 35 1730s

Leicester, English earl 13 1584-98

Leipoxais, legendary ancestor of Scythians 01 9-11c

Len 12 16c

Lentulus, Prussian general 48 1772-74

Leo, Byzantine prince 02 11-12c

Leo, metropolitan of Kiev 01 9-11c

Leo III, pope 15 1606-13

Leo the Deacon 01 9-11c

Leo the Wise, Byzantine emperor 02 11-12c

Leo VI, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Leon, bishop of Rostov 03 12-13c

Leon, Georgian tsarevich, son of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Leon, German doctor 08 15c

Leon, Señor 07 15c

Leonid 29 18c

Leonid, archbishop of Novgorod 12 16c

Leonid, bishop of Riazan 13 1584-98

Leonid, monk 14 1598-1606

Leonid, monk of Sii monastery 14 1598-1606

Leonid of Krutitskoe 34 1730s

Leontiev 17 1634-45

Leontiev, general 41 1757-61

Leontiev, major general 34 1730s

Leontiev, nobleman, ambassador to Persia 16 1613-34

Leontiev, Danila, governor of Mozhaisk 16 1613-34

Leontiev, Fedor Ivanovich, conciliar noble 21 17c

Leontiev, Gavrila, ambassador to Poland 17 1634-45

Leontiev, Mikhail, servant of Novin monastery 12 16c

Leontiev, Mikhail Ivanovich 35 1730s

Leontiev, Peter, rebel leader 21 17c

Leontiev, Samuel, Dutch merchant 17 1634-45

Leonty, bishop of Rostov 08 15c

Leonty, peasant litigant 06 1380-1425

Leonty, Pskov official 09 16c

Leonty Dadiani, Mingrelian tsar 23 17c

Leonty Davidovich, Georgian tsarevich, grandson of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Leonty Makarovich 08 15c

Leopold, duke of Austria 02 11-12c

Leopold, duke of Lorraine 26 1690s

Leopold, duke of Tuscany 48 1772-74

Leopold I, Holy Roman emperor 23 17c

Leopold the Glorious 04 13-14c

Leshek, lesser boyar of Vyshgorod 01 9-11c

Leskov, lieutenant 48 1772-74

Leslie, Alexander "the Younger", Scottish mercenary 16 1613-34

Leslie, Alexander 35 1730s

Leslie, Colonel 34 1730s

Lesnitsky, Daniel (Lisnytskyi, Danylo, Ukr.) 20 17c

Lesnitsky, Grigory (Lisnytskyi, Hryhorii, Ukr.) 20 17c

Lestocq, Count Johann-Hermann 38 1745-48

Lestok. Use Lestocq in French 29 18c

Lestvichnik, Ivan, monk 17 1634-45

Lesun, cossack ataman 12 16c

Leszczyn;ski (Pol.) 26 1690s

Leszczyn;ski, Andrzej, governor of Brest Kujawy 18 16-17c

Leszczyn;ski, Jan, Poznan governor 20 17c

Leszczyn;ski, Stanis¬aw (Stanis¬aw I) 34 1730s

Leszek, Polish prince 03 12-13c

Leszek Casimirowicz 04 13-14c

Leuwenhoek 26 1690s

Lev, Lev (Polish Lew). Use Leo 45 1766-68

Lev Danilovich 04 13-14c

Lev Mazyrev, boyar 04 13-14c

Lev Yurievich 04 13-14c

Levashev, Fedor 15 1606-13

Levashov, Fedor Vasilievich, military commander 15 1606-13

Levashov, General 34 1730s

Levashov, Vasily Yakovlevich 35 1730s

Levenuol'd, Löwenwold 45 1766-68

Levky, archimandrite of Simonov mon., later archbishop of Pskov 16 1613-34

Levon But, Crimean messenger 11 16c

Levonovich, nobleman 12 16c

Levshin, captain 38 1745-48

L'Hôpital, French private soldier 41 1757-61

L'Hôpital, marquis de, French general 41 1757-61

Liagatos, Antonio 08 15c

Liakh, Nikolai 07 15c

Liapun, envoy 09 16c

Liapunov family 14 1598-1606

Liapunov, military governor 38 1745-48

Liapunov, Fedor Grigorievich 15 1606-13

Liapunov, Prokopy Petrovich 14 1598-1606

Liapunov, Ulian Semeonovich 17 1634-45

Liapunov, Vladimir Prokofievich 17 1634-45

Liapunov, Zakhar Petrovich 14 1598-1606

Liatsky, Ivan, commander 09 16c

Libanius, fourth-century philosopher 23 17c

Libger, commendant 35 1730s

Libus"e, daugher of legendary Czech king 01 9-11c

Lichtenstein, Joseph-Wenceslaus von 35 1730s

Lichuga, Khromoy, cossack 11 16c

Liebstein, Kuno, commander of Osterrod 04 13-14c

Liesnowolski, Polish senator 13 1584-98

Lieven, brigadier 38 1745-48

Lieven, Count Hans Henry von, Swedish senator 48 1772-74

Lieven, Matvey, general 41 1757-61

Liewen, colonel, Swedish senator 38 1745-48

Ligarides, Paisios, metropolitan of Gaza 21 17c

Likhachev, Fedor, conciliar secretary 17 1634-45

Likhachev, Vasily Bogdanovich, table attendant 23 17c

Likharev 29 18c

Likharev, cossack captain 13 1584-98

Likharev, Ivan Petrovich, table attendant 21 17c

Likharev, Nikita, commander 16 1613-34

Likhutiev, bandit 35 1730s

Liman, Tatar prince 10 16c

Limarev, Mikhail, saltworks proprietor 17 1634-45

Linzen, foreign merchant 35 1730s

Lipski, bishop of Krakow 34 1730s

Lipski, petty Polish noble 14 1598-1606

Lipski, Andrzej, bishop of Lutsk 16 1613-34

Lipski, Vice-Chancellor 34 1730s

Liria, de, Spanish envoy 34 1730s

Liria, duke of 35 1730s

Lisishnikov, Matvey, Don ataman 16 1613-34

Lisitsa - see Grigoriev, Yelisey 18 16-17c

Lisnitsky, Danilo, emissary, Grigory's son 20 17c

Lisnitsky, Grigory, Mirgorod colonel 20 17c

Lisovsky (Russ.) 29 18c

Lisovsky, colonel 20 17C

Lisowski, Alexander Jo;zef, Polish mercenary, freebooter 15 1606-13

Litomin, Bashmak 09 16c

Litvin-Mosalsky, Prince Vasily Fedorovich 15 1606-13

Liubomirski, Polish prince 45 1766-68

Liubomirski, Jerzy, Polish marshal 20 17c

Liutprand of Cremona, bishop, chronicler 01 9-11c

Liven, (Count), Lieven 45 1766-68

Liven, Russian agent in Poland (Lieven) 34 1730s

Livshits, doctor 38 1745-48

Lizakevich, Russian translator 48 1772-74

Lizogub, Ivan, Lyzohub, Ivan (Ukr.), Kanev colonel 20 17c

Lobanov family 10 16c

Lobanov, Dmitry Ivanovich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Lobanov-Rostovsky, Prince (unspecified), governor of Novgorod 13 1584-98

Lobanov-Rostovsky, Prince (unspecified), lord-in-waiting 13 1584-98

Lobanov-Rostovsky, Prince Ivan Ivanovich 20 17c

Lobanov-Rostovsky, Prince Peter Semeonovich, governor 13 1584-98

Lobkov, Peter 34 1730s

Lobkowitz, Prince Joseph, Austrian ambassador 48 1772-74

Loboda, Fedor (Fedir) 20 17c

Loboda, Grigory (Hryhory), Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Lobov, Nikita, merchant 38 1745-48

Lobov, Sofron, merchant 38 1745-48

Locatelli, Giovanni Battista, Italian impresario 41 1757-61

Lodyzhensky 29 18c

Loffelt, Peter, Swedish resident 17 1634-45

Login, subprecentor of Trinity monastery 17 1634-45

Loginova,V. 29 18c

Logvinenko 29 18c

Lok, Father Joseph 41 1757-61

Loman, colonel 35 1730s

Lomonosov, Mikhail Vasilievich 35 1730s

Lomut, general 41 1757-61

Longin, Murom archpriest 21 17c

Loos, Saxon minister 38 1745-48

Lopata-Pozharsky, Prince Dmitry Petrovich 16 1613-34

Lopatin, deputy military governor 38 1745-48

Lopatin, Ivan Timofeev, captain of Muscow musketeers 21 17c

Lopatinski, Polish messenger 11 16c

Lopatinsky, F. 29 18c

Lopatinsky, Feofilakt, archbishop 35 1730s

Lopukhin family 34 1730s

Lopukhin, major 34 1730s

Lopukhin, Larion, crown secretary 21 17c

Lopukhin, Nekharoshko 15 1606-13

Lopukhin, Vasily Abramovich, general 41 1757-61

Lopukhin, Ya. 29 18c

Lopukhina, Evdokia, first wife of Peter I 15 17-18c

Lopukhina, Natalia Fedorovna 38 1745-48

Lord of Sabaoth, biblical term, leader of hosts 23 17c

Lorraine, Duke Francis (Stephen) 34 1730s

Lotukhin, Yury 24

Loudon, Baron Ernst von, field marshal 41 1757-61

Louis of Anjou, king of Hungary, nephew of Casimir 04 13-14c

Louis the German, king 01 9-11c

Louis IX, king of France 04 13-14c

Louis XI, king of France 07 15c

Louis XIII, king of France 16 1610-42

Louis XIV, king of France 41 1757-61

Louis XV of France 34 1730s

Louis XVI, king of France 48 1772-74

Louis-Philippe 24

Louisa Ulrica, queen of Sweden, sister of Frederick II 48 1772-74

Louise Marie of Mantua, wife of W¬adys¬aw IV 18 16-17c

Louzang (Louzan, Lobsan), Kalmyk leader 23 17c

Lovchikov, governor 17 1634-45

Löwendal, Ulrich Friedrich 35 1730s

Löwenhaupt, Count (Swedish) 34 1730s

Löwenwolde, Count Frederick Casimir 34 1730s

Löwenwolde, Count Karl Gustav 34 1730s

Löwenwolde, Count Reinhold 34 1730s

Lozhnik, Senka, Azov cossack ataman 11 16c

Lozka, marshal of Mozyr 18 16-17c

Lozka, Anna - see Gugulevichevna 18 16-17c

Luba, Dmitry, father of pretender 17 1634-45

Luba, Ivan Dmitrievich (Jan Faustin, Ivan Faustin Dmitriev),

pretender 17 1634-45

Luba, pretender 14 1598-1606

Lubartis-Vladimir, son of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Lubomirski, Prince Marcin, Polish delegate from Sandomierz 48 1772-74

Lubomirski, Stanis¬aw, marshal of Polish diet 48 1772-74

Lübras, Baron Johann Friedrich 38 1745-48

Lübras, Major General 34 1730s

Luca 25 1680s

Luchanin, retailer in Verkhoturie 14 1598-1606

Ludmila, wife of Czech prince Bor"ivoj 18 16-17c

Ludwig, margrave of Bavaria 26 1690s

Ludwig von Ottingen 04 13-14c

Lugovskoy, Flor Yudich (Tomila) 16 1613-34

Lugovskoy, Ivan Leontovich, town secretary of Pskov 15 1606-13

Lugovskoy, Tomilo Yudin, conciliar secretary 15 1606-13

Luguy, Ostiak prince 13 1584-98

Lugveny, Prince Semeon 10 16c

Luka 24

Luka, bishop of Vladimir 03 12-13c

Luka, priest 17 1634-45

Luka Ivanich, Kholm boyar 04 13-14c

Luka Varfolomeich 04 13-14c

Luka Zhidiata, bishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Lukaris, Cyril, patriarch of Constantinople 16 1613-34

Luke the Evangelist, saint 15 1606-13

Luke, choirmaster 03 12-13c

Lukianov, Danila 12 16c

Lukomsky, Prince Ivan 07 15c

Lukovsky, Prince (unspecified) 13 1584-98

Lunev, Jan, Dutch organ builder 17 1634-45

Lunev, Melchart, Dutch organ builder 17 1634-45

Lupandin, Peter 24

Lupkin, Prokofy 35 1730s

Lupul, Vasily, Moldavian hospodar 17 1634-45

Lusikov, Grigory Matveevich, Armenian merchant from Persia 23 17c

Lusky, patriarchal junior boyar 21 17c

Lusokhin, inhabitant of Novgorod 15 1606-13

Luther, Martin 18 16-17c

Lutokhin, musketeer captain 21 17c

Luzhin, F. 29 18c

Lvov, commander 09 16c

Lvov, lieutenant 46 1768-70

Lvov, lieutenant-colonel 38 1745-48

Lvov family 41 1757-61

Lvov, Dmitry 24

Lvov, Grigory, crown secretary 17 1634-45

Lvov, Kuzma, undersecretary 18 16-17c

Lvov, Prince 24

Lvov, Prince Andrei Mikhailovich 16 1613-34

Lvov, Prince Nikita, Kiev commander 20 17c

Lvov, Prince Semeon Ivanovich, table attendant 20 17c

Lybed 03 12-13c

Lyko, Ivan Obolensky-. See Obolensky-Lyko, Ivan 07 15c

Lykoshin, Demian Grigorevich, general 48 1772-74

Lykov family 14 1598-1606

Lykov, Bogdan, translator of Cosmographia 17 1634-45

Lykov, Prince 15 1606-13

Lykov, Prince Boris Mikhailovich 14 1598-1606

Lykov, Prince Fedor 17 1634-45

Lykov-Obolensky, Prince Boris Mikhailovich 15 1606-13

Lykova-Obolenskaia, Princess Anastasia Nikitchna 15 1606-13

Lynar, Carl Moritz, diplomat 46 1768-70

Lyon, Frenchman 48 1772-74

Macarius 24

Macartney, Lord 45 1766-68

Macedonius, early church father and heretic 06 1389-1462

Machiavelli, Niccolo 02 11-12c

Maciejowski, Bernard, bishop of Lutsk 18 16-17c

Maciejowski, Cardinal 14 1598-1606

Maciszewski, Jarema, historian 15 1606-13

Macri, Venetian sea captain 38 1745-48

Madalinski, Lithuanian 16 1613-34

Madalinski, Polish governor of Smolensk 17 1634-45

Madariaga, Isabel de 48 1772-1774

Magmedin, Crimean 14 1598-1606

Magmet, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Magmet-Ain, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Magmet-Kulybek, Persian ambassador 23 17c

Magna, French envoy 34 1730s

Magnitsky, L.F. 29 18c

Magnus, Danish prince, Ivan IV's vassal king of Livonia 14 1598-1606

Magnus, prince of Denmark 02 11-12c

Magnus Eriksson, Swedish king 04 13-14c

Magnus the Good, Danish prince 01 9-11c

Magomet, Mohammed 24

Magomet- Tatar name 45 1766-68

Magomet-Soltan 04 13-14c

Magrini, Andre 34 1730s

Mahler, sub-lieutenant 38 1745-48

Mahmet, Don Cossack 13 1584-98

Mahmet Pasha 10 16c

Mahmet-Girey, Crimean khan 10 16c

Mahmet-Kul, Siberian prince 11 16c

Mahmoud, Sultan 34 1730s

Mahmud 07 15c

Mahmud II, Turkish sultan 48 1772-74

Mahmud of Khorasan 08 15c

Mahomet, Turkish sultan 18 16-17c

Mahomet Emin Pasha, grand vizier 46 1768-70

Mahomet Pasha, grand vizier 16 1613-34

Maikov, Nil 08 15c

Maival, Emmanuel 21 17c

Makarios, patriarch of Antioch 21 17c

Makarov, A.V. 29 18c

Makary, archbishop of Novgorod 09 16c

Makary, archbishop of Tobolsk 17 1634-45

Makary, archbishop of Pskov and Izborsk 18 16-17c

Makary, archbishop, later metropolitan 08 16c

Makary, bishop of Lvov 12 16c

Makary, cellarer of Ferapontov monastery 21 17c

Makary, founder of Zheltye Vody monastery 18 16-17c

Makary, metropolitan of Novgorod 16 1613-34

Makary Tuchapsky, bp. of Galich 12 16c

Makeevsky, Ioasaf 35 1730s

Makovsky, Daniil Pavlovich, historian 15 1606-13

Makranowski, Polish envoy in Paris 46 1768-70

Makripuli, Greek captain 46 1768-70

Maksim - use Maxim 45 1766-68

Maksim Larionovich, mayor of Pskov 08 15c

Maksima, priesthood candidate 08 15c

Maksimov, I. 29 18c

Maksimov, Ivan 08 15c

Maksimov, Ivan 24

Mal, prince of Drevliane 01 9-11c

Malachi (Rzhevitin), monk 15 1606-13

Malachowski 34 1730s

Malachowski, Count, vice chancellor of Lithuania 38 1745-48

Malachowski, Count Stanis¬aw, Polish crown chancellor 41 1757-61

Malagrida, Cardinal 15 1606-13

Malenky, Ivan (Yan), rebel leader 21 17c

Malfrida, wife of Vladimir I 01 9-11c

Malinovsky, Platon 35 1730s

Maliuta Skuratov (Grigory Lukianovich Belsky), Ivan IV's

favorite 14 1598-1606

Maliutin 29 18c

Malka (Maliushka), Olga's steward 01 9-11c

Maltsev, Semeon, Muscovite envoy 10 16c

Maltsov, Irkutsk merchant 38 1745-48

Maltzahn, Danish diplomat 41 1757-61

Maly, Stepan, Montenegrin pretender 46 1768-70

Maly, Vasily Yurievich, boyar 12 16c

Malygin 29 18c

Mamat-Khoza 04 13-14c

Mamatov, Kazan chief of gendarmes 38 1745-48

Mamay, khan 24

Mametsha Suleshov, Crimean prince 20 17c

Mamich Berdey, Cheremiss leader 10 16c

Mamin, servant of Buturlin 12 16c

Mammas, Grigory, patriarch of Constantinople 07 15c

Mamon, Andrei Dmitrievich, citizen of Mozhaisk 06 1389-1462

Mamon, Grigory Andreevich 07 15c

Mamonich, Kuzma, Wilno burgomaster 12 16c

Mamonich, Luka, Lithuanian merchant 13 1584-98

Mamonov, brigadier 48 1772-74

Mamonov, envoy to Crimea 09 16c

Mamonov, Dmitriev 34 1730s

Mamonov, Ivan Grigorievich 07 15c

Mamonov, Ivan Iliich 34 1730s

Mamstriuk Temriukovich, Kabardian prince 15 1606-13

Mamuk, Shiban prince 07 15c

Mamvrillon (Mamvrion) (?) 29 18c

Mamyrev, Vasily 07 15c

Manasy, prince of Riazan's mentor 06 1389-1462

Mangu-Khan (Mongke) 04 13-14c

Mangu-Temir (Mengu Temir) 04 13-14c

Mankiev, Aleksei 35 1730s

Manstein, Christoph Hermann von, adjutant to Münnich 35 1730s

Mansurov, crown agent 09 16c

Mansurov, Ivan, commander 13 1584-98

Mansurov, Peter, emissary to Turkey 16 1613-34

Mansurov, Peter Ivanovich, governor of Viatka 15 1606-13

Manteuffel, major general 41 1757-61

Manuel, prince of Portugal 34 1730s

Manuel, secretary of patriarch of Constantinople 16 1613-34

Manuel Comnenus, Byzantine emperor 03 12-13c

Manuel II Paleologus, Byzantine emperor 06 1389-1462

Manuil Yagolchevich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Manuilov, Grigory, boyar 12 16c

Marchocki, Miko¬aj, Polish military commander and memoirist 15 1606-13

Mardary, monk 21 17c

Mardefeld, Baron Axel von, Prussian ambassador 38 1745-48

Marfa Alexeevna, tsarevna 23 17c

Marfa Matveevna, tsaritsa 29 18c

Marfa the nun 07 15c

Margarita, sister of Archduke Friedrich, wife of Otakar 04 13-14c

Marger, Lithuanian commander 04 13-14c

Margeret, Jacques, French soldier of fortune and chronicler 14 1598-1606

Maria. See Dobrogneva 01 9-11c

Maria, daughter of Ivan I 04 13-14c

Maria, daughter of Kestutis 04 13-14c

Maria, daughter of Louis of Anjou 04 13-14c

Maria, daughter of Monomakh 02 11-12c

Maria, Dutch adventuress 38 1745-48

Maria, Grand Princess 07 15c

Maria, mother of D.M. Pozharsky 14 1598-1606

Maria Alexandrovna of Tver, wife of Simeon Ivanovich 04 13-14c

Maria Alexeevna, tsarevna 23 17c

Maria Andreevna of Galich, sister of Yury II 04 13-14c

Maria Antonia, wife of Saxon elector 46 1768-70

Maria Borisovna of Tver, grand princess, first wife of Ivan III 07 15c

Maria Dorothea, margravine of Brandenburg 35 1730s

Maria Fedorovna Nagaia (religious name: Martha), tsaritsa,

widow of Ivan IV, mother of Tsarevich Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Maria Grigorievna, tsaritsa, wife of Boris Godunov 14 1598-1606

Maria Ignatievna, sorceress 01 9-11c

Maria Ilyinichna, tsaritsa 21 17c

Maria Ivanovna, daughter of Ivan IV 12 16c

Maria Ivanovna, grand princess 06 1389-1462

Maria Magdalena, Polish widow 10 16c

Maria Petrovna, tsaritsa, wife of Vasily Shuisky 15 1606-13

Maria Temriukovna, tsaritsa, second wife of Ivan IV 15 1606-13

Maria Theresa, queen and empress 34 1730s

Maria Vasilievna of Yaroslavl, wife of Fedor Rostislavich 04 13-14c

Maria Vladimirovna, daughter of Vladimir of Staritsa 15 1606-13

Maria Yaroslavna, grand princess 06 1389-1462

Mariana, princess of Saxony 38 1745-48

Marie Antoinette, Austrian archduchess, queen of France 48 1772-74

Marina Mniszech, daughter of Mniszech, later married to

False Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Marisov, Fedot Timofeev, Kurmysh townsman 21 17c

Mark, bishop 04 13-14c

Mark Balaban, bp. of Galich 12 16c

Mark, English merchant 16 1612

Mark, Greek doctor 09 16c

Markell 41 1757-61

Markell, archbishop of Vologda 21 17c

Markell, sacristan and deacon 17 1634-45

Markold, adviser to Daniel Romanovich 04 13-14c

Markolt, citizen of Vladimir-in-Volhynia 06 1389-1462

Markov, bookkeeper on Orenburg Expedition 38 1745-48

Markov (Ospenny), boy who provided smallpox toxin for

Catherine II 46 1768-70

Markov, major 48 1772-74

Markov, Neliub, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Markovna, Nastasia 24

Marlborough, duke of 41 1757-61

Marselis, Gabriel 17 1634-45

Marselis, Leonty 17 1634-45

Marselis, Peter 24

Marsh, Anthony, English merchant 13 1584-98

Marsigli, Luigi Ferdinando 35 1730s

Martemianov, Isay, Don ataman 17 1634-45

Martens, Fedor Fedorovich (Theodor T.) 48 1772-74

Martensson, Mons, sec. to Swedish king 15 1606-13

Martha, abbess of Resurrection convent 21 17c

Martha, grand princess 06 1389-1462

Martha, nun (Maria Fedorovna Nagaia, widow of Ivan IV) 15 1606-13

Martha (Ivanovna), religious name of Xenia Fedorovna, wife

of F.N. Romanov 14 1598-1606

Martha Ivanovna, mother of Tsar Michael 16 1613-34

Martin, heretic 03 12-13c

Martinich, Mons, Russian sobriquet for Mons Martensson 15 1606-13

Martiry, archbishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Martynka, false tsarevich 15 1606-13

Martynov, Ivan, goldsmith 17 1634-45

Martynov, N. 29 18c

Maruzzi, Paolo, Russian ambassador to Venice and

other Italian states 46 1768-70

Mary I, English queen 10 16c

Mary of Burgundy and the Netherlands 08 15c

Masalski, hetman of Livonia 38 1745-48

Mashkeev, landowner 38 1745-48

Mashkov, Ivan 09 16c

Mashkov, Vasily Danilovich 04 13-14c

Maskiewicz, Boguslaw 15 1606-13

Maskiewicz, Samuel 15 1606-13

Maslov, councilor 34 1730s

Maslov, Preobrazhensky major 48 1772-74

Maslov, Tula military governor 38 1745-48

Maslov, Anisim 35 1730s

Maslov, Ivan 38 1745-48

Massa, Isaac Abrahamszoon, Dutch merchant apprentice

and chronicler 14 1598-1606

Massalski, Ignacy, Polish bishop 46 1768-70

Matczynski (Pol.) 26 1690s

Mateiash Butovich, boyar 03 12-13c

Matey Dushilchevich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Matfey, prince 04 13-14c

Matilda, queen of Denmark 48 1772-74

Matiushka. See Sidorka 17 1634-45

Matiushkin 29 18c

Matiushkin, Afanasy Ivanovich, table attendant 23 17c

Matiushkin, Mikhail 34 1730s

Matkowski (Pol.) 26 1690s

Matseevich, Arseny, metropolitan of Rostov 41 1757-61

Matthias, Holy Roman emperor 16 1612-19

Matthias I Corvinus, king of Hungary 07 15c

Mattison, foreign colonel 16 1632-4

Matveev, crown secretary, ambassador to Constantinople 17 1634-45

Matveev, merchant 38 1745-48

Matveev, peasant 38 1745-48

Matveev, A. A. 29 18c

Matveev, Artamon Sergeevich 24

Matveev, Timofey, peasant 48 1772-74

Matveev, Ya. 29 18c

Matvey, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Matvey, Zaporozhian ataman 13 1584-98

Matvey Dushilchevich, Novgorod citizen and political leader 06 1389-1462

Matvey Mikhailovich 07 15c

Matvey Semeonovich, mayor of Ladoga 04 13-14c

Matvey the Pole 07 15c

Matvey Varfolomeich Koska (Kozka), mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Matvey, Fedorov, Zaporozhian hetman 14 1598-1606

Maurice, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Maurice, Prince of Orange 15 1606-13

Maurice of Saxony 34 1730s

Maurina, Irina 24

Mavromikali, Greek captain 46 1768-70

Maxim, archpriest of Nizhyn 20 17c

Maxim, bishop 03 12-13c

Maxim, Georgian metropolitan 46 1768-70

Maxim, metropolitan 04 13-14c

Maxim the Confessor, saint 06 1389-1462

Maxim the Greek. See Triboles, Michael 07 16c

Maximilian, Austrian archduke 14 1598-1606

Maximilian, king of the Romans, later Holy Roman emperor 08 15c

Maximilian II, Holy Roman emperor 10 16c

Maximilian Joseph, elector of Bavaria 48 1772-74

Maximov 45 1766-68

Mayerberg, Baron Augustin von, Austrian ambassador 23 17c

Mazepa, I.S. 29 18c

Mazowsze, Polish commandant 34 1730s

Mechislav. See Mieszko 01 9-11c

Mecklenburg, duke of 41 1757-61

Medem, general 46 1768-70

Meder, quartermaster general 46 1768-70

Medici, Fernando di, Florentine duke 23 17c

Medvedev, Efim 07 15c

Medvedev, Sylvester (Simeon Agafonnikovich) 24

Mefret 24

Mehmet II (Magomet), Turkish sultan 12 16c

Meider, Dr., political exile 48 1772-74

Meinhard 03 12-13c

Melanchthon, Philipp 12 16c

Meletios, Greek hierodeacon 21 17c

Meletios, patriarch of Alexandria 18 16-17c

Melgunov, Aleksei Petrovich, senator, general 48 1772-74

Melgunov, Peter Naumovich 35 1730s

Melik, Vasily 04 13-14c

Melissino, major general 46 1768-70

Melkhizedek, monk 45 1766-68

Meller, Johann, Swedish agent 16 1613-34

Memnon, bp. of Peremyshl 04 13-14c

Menander the Protector 08

Mencke, Johann-Burkhard 35 1730s

Menedy-Khan, admiral of Persian fleet 21 17c

Menevsky (Minevsky, Ukr.), Yury 20 17c

Mengden, Büna 38 1745-48

Mengden, Julie 38 1745-48

Mengli-Girey, khan of the Crimea 07 15c

Mengu Timur. Use Mangu-Temir 04 13-14c

Mennighausen, bp. of Øsel 10 16c

Menshikov, A.D. 29 18c

Menshikov, Pskov elder 18 16-17c

Menshikov, Prince 34 1730s

Menshikov, Prince Alexander Danilovich 48 1772-74

Menshikov, Semeon 24

Menzies, Paul, officer, ambassador 23 17c

Merck, councillor at Russian embassy in Vienna 46 1768-70

Mercy d'Argenteau, Count, Austrian ambassador to Paris 48 1772-74

Merkuriev, Foma, native of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Merkuriev, Kuzma, native of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Merin-Volkonsky, Prince Fedor Fedorovich 15 1606-13

Merrick, John, English agent 14 1598-1606

Mertens, Charles de, doctor 48 1772-74

Merzeban, ruler of Azerbaijan 01 9-11c

Meshchaninov, merchant 38 1745-48

Meshcheriak, Matvey, cossack ataman 11 16c

Meshcheriakov, Timofey, rebel leader 21 17c

Meshcherinov, Ivan, musketeer captain, commander 20 17c

Meshcherinov, Nikofor, governor of Nevel 16 1613-34

Meshcherinov, Yakov 09 16c

Meshcherinov, Yustin, emissary 20 17c

Meshchersky princes 07 15c

Meshchersky, Egor 35 1730s

Meshchersky, Prince (unspecified) 13 1584-98

Meshchersky, Prince, envoy 10 16c

Meshchersky, Prince Fedor Andreevich 15 1606-13

Meshchersky, Prince Ivan 48 1772-74

Meshchersky, Prince Nikofor Fedorovich 16 1613-34

Meshchersky, Prince Vasily, Muscovite envoy 11 16c

Meshchovsky, Peter 08 15c

Mestmacher (not Mestmakher), Ivan Ivanovich, Russian

ambassador in Denmark 48 1772-74

Methodius, apostle of Slavs 01 9-11c

Methodius, archpriest of Nezhin, later bishop of Mstislavl

and Orsha 21 17c

Methodius, bishop of Mstislavl, acting metropolitan of Kiev 20 17c

Metrevelov, gendarme in Nizhny Novgorod 38 1745-48

Meyer 34 1730s

Mezetsky (Meshchovsky), Prince Mikhail Romanovich 07 15c

Mezetsky, Prince 09 16c

Mezetsky, Prince Daniel Ivanovich, lord-in-waiting 15 1606-13

Mezetsky, Prince Danila Ivanovich 15 1606-13

Mezetsky, Prince Nikita 17 1634-45

Mezhakov, Filat, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Miakinin Liapun Nekrasov 12 16c

Miakinin, Ivan Semeonovich, envoy 23 17c

Miaskowski, Polish colonel 20 17c

Miasnikov, Ivan 41 1757-61

Miasnoy, Lukian, ambassador to HRE 16 1613-34

Miasnoy, Lukian, Tatar captain 15 1606-1610

Miasoyedov, Muscovite envoy 10 16c

Michael. See Boris of Bulgaria 01 9-11c

Michael, Constantinople cleric 21 17c

Michael, Jew 21 17c

Michael, prince of Chernigov, saint 06 1389-1462

Michael, hospodar of Wallachia 14 1598-1606

Michael, metropolitan of Kiev 02 11-12c

Michael, prince of Moldavia 14 1598-1606

Michael, Wallachian hospodar 38 1745-48

Michael Fedorovich Romanov, tsar 15 1606-13

Michael III, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Micha¬ Wis;niowiecki, king of Poland 23 17c

Michelet, Jules 24

Miechowicki, Miko¬aj, Polish military commander 15 1606-13

Mieszko, Polish prince 02 11-12c

Mieszko, Polish prince 03 12-13c

Mieszko I "the Stumbling" 04 13-14c

Mieszko II, Polish king 01 9-11c

Mieszko III 04 13-14c

Migir-Aley, khan of Shemakha 23 17c

Mikhail (ovich). Use Mikhail except tsars and non-Russ.,

use Michael 24

Mikhail, archpriest from Chernigov 18 16-17c

Mikhail, bishop of Peremyshl 18 16-17c

Mikhail, boyar 02 11-12c

Mikhail, iconographer 12 16c

Mikhail, Muscovite boyar 04 13-14c

Mikhail, prince 07 15c

Mikhail, rebel leader 21 17c

Mikhail Akinfovich, boyar 04 13-14c

Mikhail Alexandrovich, boyar, vicegerent of Prince of Serpukhov 04 13-14c

Mikhail Alexandrovich, pr. of Mikulin, subsequently Tver 04 13-14c

Mikhail Andreevich 04 13-14c

Mikhail Andreevich, prince of Tver 06 1389-1462

Mikhail Andreevich, prince of Vereia and Beloozero 08 15c

Mikhail Andreevich Brenko, warrior 04 13-14c

Mikhail Andreevich Cheliudin, boyar 04 13-14c

Mikhail Borisovich, prince of Tver 07 15c

Mikhail Danilovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Mikhail Davydovich, vicegerent in Torzhok 04 13-14c

Mikhail Dementievich, Muscovite boyar 04 13-14c

Mikhail Fedorovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Mikhail Fedorovich, son of Fedor Rostislavich of Yaroslavl 04 13-14c

Mikhail Glebovich, prince of Beloozero 04 13-14c

Mikhail Golitsa, son of Prince Ivan Bulgakov-Patrikeev 09 16c

Mikhail Ivanovich, prince of Starodub 04 13-14c

Mikhail Klimovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Mikhail Mikhailovich, mayor of Tver 04 13-14c

Mikhail Mishinin, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Mikhail Rogoza, metropolitan of Kiev 12 16c

Mikhail Romanovich 07 15c

Mikhail Rostislavich, prince, Yaroslavl miracle-worker 15 1606-13

Mikhail Rostislavich, prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Mikhail Stepanovich, burgrave of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Mikhail Stepanovich, envoy of Ivan III 08 15c

Mikhail Vasilievich, Simeon I's son-in-law, prince of Kashin 04 13-14c

Mikhail Vsevolodvich, prince of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Mikhail Vsevolodovich (Olgovich) of Chernigov 04 13-14c

Mikhail Yaroslavich, GP of Tver (later canonized) 10 16c

Mikhail Yaroslavich, prince of Tver 04 13-14c

Mikhail Yaroslavich Khorobrit, prince of Moscow 04 13-14c

Mikhail Yurievich 02 11-12c

Mikhail Yurievich, prince of Vladimir 06 1389-1462

Mikhaila Andreevich, chiliarch of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Mikhaila Pinishchinich 04 13-14c

Mikhailo Ivanovich, prince 06 1389-1462

Mikhailov, A. 29 18c

Mikhailov, Artemy, Don Cossack 21 17c

Mikhailov, Onisim, Ustiug undersecretary 18 16-17c

Mikhailov, Osip, captain of St. Sabbas musketeers 21 17c

Mikhailov, Vasily, crown secretary 20 17c

Mikhailov, Yakov, cossack ataman 11 16c

Mikhailov, Yevdokim, native of Uglich 13 1584-98

Mikhailovs, crown peasants 23 17c

Mikhalev, Nikita 24

Mikhalko 04 13-14c

Mikhalko, chiliarch of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Mikhalko Alexandrovich, boyar 04 13-14c

Mikhalko, Novgorod boyar 06 1389-1462

Mikhalko Stepanovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Mikhalkov, nobleman 17 1634-45

Mikhalon, Litvin, writer 12 16c

Mikhna, ruler of Wallachia 16 1613-34

Mikhno, swordbearer 03 12-13c

Mikhnovich (Mykhnovych) 18 16-17c

Miklashevsky, A. 29 18c

Mikliaev 29 18c

Mikliaev, factory owner 38 1745-48

Mikliaeva, factory owner 35 1730s

Mikula, Galich captain 04 13-14c

Mikulin, Andrei Yarovich 09 16c

Mikulin, Gavril Nestorovich, son of public scribe 18 16-17c

Mikulin, Grigory, captain of musketeers 14 1598-1606

Mikulin, Grigory Ivanovich, ambassador to England 14 1598-1606

Mikulin, Nester, public scribe 18 16-17c

Mikulinsky, Prince Andrei 07 15c

Mikulinsky, Prince Semeon Ivanovich 09 16c

Mikulitsa, archpriest 03 12-13c

Milais, French tutor 38 1745-48

Milashevich, Ivan 35 1730s

Miliakov, mine owner 38 1745-48

Miliukov, naval lieutenant 35 1730s

Miliukov, Andrei Ivanovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Andrei Klementievich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Astafy Ivanovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Davyd 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Davyd Mikhailovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Ermolay Nazarievich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Fedor Ivanovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Ivan Fedorovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Matvey Ivanovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Mosey Emelianovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Stepan 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Vasily 17 1634-45

Miliukov, Yakov Ivanovich 17 1634-45

Miliukov-Gus, Ivan, gov. of Dvina lands 15 1606-13

Miller, Müller 45 1766-68

Miller, Fedor Ivanovich 35 1730s

Milo, Roman tribune 13 1584-98

Miloneg Peter, builder 03 12-13c

Miloradovic, G., vich if Russ. 29 18c

Miloradovic, M., vich if Russ. 29 18c

Miloslavskaia, Anna Petrovna 24

Miloslavskaia, Maria Ilichna, tsaritsa 23 17c

Miloslavsky 08 15c

Miloslavsky, lord-in-waiting 38 1745-48

Miloslavsky, Moscow resident 35 1730s

Miloslavsky family 08 15c

Miloslavsky, Danila 24

Miloslavsky, Fedor Andreevich 24

Miloslavsky, Ilia Danilovich 24

Miloslavsky, Ivan Andreevich 20 17c

Miloslavsky, Mikhail Vasilievich, governor of Ustiug 18 16-17c

Miloslavsky, Prince Ivan Bogdanovich, boyar, commander 23 17c

Miloslavsky, Prince Ivan Mikhailovich, lord-in-waiting 23 17c

Miltiades, military leader 35 1730s

Mina, peasant, father of Patriarch Nikon 18 16-17c

Mindaugas (Mindovg), Lithuanian prince 04 13-14c

Mindaugas, prince of Golshansk 04 13-14c

Mindovg. Use Minduagas 04 13-14c

Minevsky, Yury 20 17c

Miniay 04 13-14c

Minikh-Münnich, Burckhardt. Use Münnich 45 1766-68

Minin, Kuzma 15 1606-13

Minin, Nefed(y) Kuzmich 17 1634-45

Minina, Tatiana, wife of Kuzma 17 1634-45

Minn, M. 29 18c

Miralem, Turkish ambassador 38 1745-48

Miron, Don Cossack 21 17c

Miroshka 03 12-13c

Miroslav, Daniel Romanovich's mentor 04 13-14c

Miroslav, mayor of Pskov 02 11-12c

Miroslav, retainer 04 13-14c

Miroslav, tutor 03 12-13c

Miroslav Andreevich, boyar 02 11-12c

Miroslav Guriatinich, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Mirovich 29 18c

Mirovich, Vasily, attempted assassin 48 1772-74

Mirozhka Nezdinich, burgrave of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Misail 45 1766-68

Misail, bishop of Kolomna 23 17c

Misail, metropolitan of Kiev 18 16-17c

Misail, monk (secular name Mikhail Povadin), travelling

companion to Grishka Otrepiev 14 1598-1606

Misail, Tatar convert to Christianity 06 1389-1462

Misha, one of Alexander Nevsky's men 04 13-14c

Mishnev, Andrei 07 15c

Mishinichi, members of Novgorod Mishinin family 04 13-14c

Mishnitsyn, Mikhaila, native of Pskov 18 16-17c

Mishuk, Putivl cossack bandit 13 1584-98

Mishukov, admiral 41 1757-61

Mishurin, crown secretary, courier to Crimea 13 1584-98

Mishurin, Fedor, secretary 09 16c

Misiur-Munekhin, Mikhail Grigorievich 09 16c

Missenheim, Hans, Danish ambassador 12 16c

Mitchell, British envoy 45 1766-68

Mithridates Eupator, Pontic king 01 9-11c

Mitiay, Mikhail, priest 06 1389-1462

Mitrofan 35 1730s

Mitrofan, archbishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Mitrofan, archimandrite of Andronikovsky monastery 08 15c

Mitrofan, bishop of Saray 06 1389-1462

Mitrofan, bishop of Vladimir 06 1389-1462

Mitrofanov, Yushka, tenman 12 16c

Miturich, Dmitry, canonarch 12 16c

Mitusa, bard 04 13-14c

Mitya 12 16c

Mitya 45 1766-68

Miurid. Use Murid Amurat 04 13-14c

Mladanovich, Mladanowicz (Polish) 45 1766-68

Mlocki, Andrzej, Polish commander 15 1606-13

Mlodziejowski, Polish crown chancellor 48 1772-74

Mniszech, countess 41 1757-61

Mniszech, marshal 34 1730s

Mniszech, Count Jerzy, crown marshal of Court of Poland 41 1757-61

Mniszech, Jerzy, gov. of Sandomierz (Pol.) 14 1598-1606

Mniszech, Jerzy, Polish court marshal 46 1768-70

Mochalov, Andrei (Andriushka), sorcerer 13 1584-98

Mochvan, lieutenant 41 1757-61

Modein, Count de, French envoy 45 1766-68

Modrzewski, Andrzej 26 1690s

Mogila, Peter, metropolitan of Kiev (Mohyla, Ukr.) 16 1613-34

Moguta, brigand 01 9-11c

Mohammed II, sultan of the Ottoman empire 08 15c

Mohammed III, Turkish sultan 13 1584-98

Mohammed IV, Turkish sultan 23 17c

Mohammed-Amin, khan of Kazan 07 15c

Moiseich, official in Novgorod 03 12-13c

Moisey 24

Moisey, archbishop of Novgorod 07 15c

Moisey, doctor 41 1757-61

Moislav of Novgorod, merchant 06 1389-1462

Mojmir, prince of Moravia 01 9-11c

Mojslav, prince of Mazovia 01 9-11c

Mokeev, Alexis, priest 38 1745-48

Mokhovikov, Kirill, native of Uglich 13 1584-98

Moklokov 08 15c

Molchanov, musketeer sergeant 21 17c

Molchanov, Mikhail, noble 14 1598-1606

Moldan, prince of Yugra 07 15c

Molechkin, Peter 09 16c

Molibozhich, Ivor, citizen of Galich 06 1389-1462

Moller 12 16c

Molodozhnik, Ignaty, native of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Molostvov 29 18c

Molvianinov 13 1584-98

Monastyrev, Vasily 16 1613-34

Monchak (Puntsuk), Kalmyk leader 23 17c

Mongke, Batu's nephew. Use Mangu-Khan 04 13-14c

Monheim, Eberhardt von 04 13-14c

Monier, Anton, Swedish ambassador 16 1613-34

Monk Peresvet, Briansk boyar 06 1389-1462

Monomakh, Vladimir, grand prince 02 11-12c

Monomakhov, Ignaty, Uglich elder 17 1634-45

Monomnashichi, descendants of Vladimir Monomakh 04 13-14c

Monson, Johan, Swedish emissary 20 17c

Montalembert, marquis de 41 1757-61

Montecuccoli, count and military leader 35 1730s

Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, baron, philosopher 48 1772-74

Montgomery, major 24

Montia, de, French envoy 34 1730s

Montluc, Jean de, bp. of Valence, French ambassador to Poland 11 16c

Montolt, Andrei 12 16c

Monvid, son of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Morakushev, Boris, citizen of Uglich 17 1634-45

Mordkin, Prince Andrei 17 1634-45

Mordvinov, Semen Ivanovich, admiral 46 1768-70

Morin, Vologda estate owner 17 1634-45

Morina, gentrywoman 48 1772-74

Morkov, I. 29 18c

Morning Star (Lucifer) 23 17c

Morozov, Dorpat vicegerent 10 16c

Morozov, nobleman 09 16c

Morozov family 23 17c

Morozov, Boris Ivanovich, boyar 16 1590-1661

Morozov, Boris Ivanovich 24

Morozov, Gleb Ivanovich, boyar 16 1613-34

Morozov, Grigory 07 15c

Morozov, Ivan Semenovich 09 16c

Morozov, Mikhail Yakovlevich, boyar 10 16c

Morozov, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Morozov, Osip, Belgorod merchant 38 1745-48

Morozov, Peter Vasilievich, commander 10 16c

Morozov, Vasily 09 16c

Morozov, Vasily Petrovich, boyar 15 1606-13

Morozov, Vasily Petrovich, gov. of Pskov 16 1613-34

Morozov, Vasily Yakovlevich, boyar 12 16c

Morozova, Anna Ilyinishna (née Miloslavskaia), wife of Boris

Ivanovich 18 16-17c

Morozova, Feodosia Prokofievna 24

Morsztyn, crown treasurer (Polish) 25 1680s

Mortkin, prince 12 16c

Mosalski, abbot 41 1757-61

Mosalski, Prince, full hetman of Poland 41 1757-61

Mosalsky. See Rubets-Mosalsky, Pr. V.M. 14 1598-1606

Mosalsky, prince, ambassador to Crimea 12 16c

Mosalsky, Dmitry, governor of Roslavl 15 1606-13

Mosalsky, Prince 08 15c

Mosalsky, Prince, governor of Korela 15 1606-1

Mosalsky, Prince, Tushinite governor of Kostroma 15 1606-13

Mosalsky, Prince Andrei 15 1606-13

Mosalsky, Prince Vasily 16 1613-34

Mosalsky-Litvin, Prince Vasily Fedorovich 15 1606-13

Mosalsky-Rubets, Prince Vasily Mikhailovich, governor of Putivl 15 1606-13

Moscow Chronicler 06 1389-1462

Moses 24

Moses, biblical prophet 17 1634-45

Mosheim, Johann Lorenz 35 1730s

Moshnitsyn, Mikhail, native of Pskov 18 16-17c

Moskov, Mordvin rebel leader 15 1606-13

Mosoch 24

Moszinski, Polish lord 15 1606-13

Motiakin, Iona, monk 12 16c

Motokhov, Ustiug artillery captain 18 16-17c

Motora, Semeon, Russian serviceman 23 17c

Motovilo, Arian 12 16c

Mourinov, captain 48 1772-74

Movkold Rogvolodovich, hetman 10 16c

Mozhaisky, Andrei Vasilievich 07 15c

Mozhaisky, Luka 06 1389-1462

Mozhaisky, Prince Semeon Ivanovich 07 15c

Mozhaisky, prince of Starodub 09 16c

Moznicki, Lord, crown bailiff of False Dmitry II 15 1606-13

Mrtoza 45 1766-68

Mstislav, prince of Rylsk 04 13-14c

Mstislav, referred to in speech of Polish primate as Polish king 16 1613-34

Mstislav Andreevich 02 11-12c

Mstislav Danilovich, prince of Volhynia 04 13-14c

Mstislav Davydovich 04 13-14c

Mstislav Glebovich 04 13-14c

Mstislav Iziaslavich, grand prince 02 11-12c

Mstislav Iziaslavich, prince of Polotsk 02 11-12c

Mstislav Mstislavich the Bold, prince of Toropets 04 13-14c

Mstislav Mstislavich the Daring 03 12-13c

Mstislav Nemoy of Peresopnitsa 03 12-13c

Mstislav Romanovich, prince of Kiev 04 13-14c

Mstislav Rostislavich, prince of Smolensk 01 9-11c

Mstislav Rostislavich the Brave 03 12-13c

Mstislav Sviatopolchich 02 11-12c

Mstislav Sviatoslavich, prince of Chernigov 04 13-14c

Mstislav Vladimirovich, pr. of Tmutorokan 02 11-12c

Mstislav Vladimirovich, the Great 35 11-12c

Mstislav Vsevolodovich 02 11-12c

Mstislav Yaropolchich 02 11-12c

Mstislav Yurievich 02 11-12c

Mstislav Yurievich 03 12-13c

Mstislav, Prince Ivan Yurievich 08 15c

Mstislavets, Peter Timofeev, printer 12 16c

Mstislavich, Andrei (Mstyslavych, Andriy), prince of Chernigov 18 16-17c

Mstislavichi 03 12-13c

Mstislavsky family 14 1598-1606

Mstislavsky, Prince Fedor Ivanovich 14 1598-1606

Mstislavsky, Prince Fedor Mikhailovich 09 16c

Mstislavsky, Prince Ivan Fedorovich 14 1598-1606

Mstislavsky, princess 09 16c

Mstiuy, envoy 04 13-14c

Mueller (Meller), use Müller 29 18c

Mukha, Ignaty, Pskov musketeer 18 16-17c

Mukhanov, P.A. 15 1606-13

Mukhort, fugitive peasant 13 1584-98

Müller, major 38 1745-48

Müller, mine order 38 1745-48

Müller, Gerhard Friedrich, academician 48 1772-74

Munekhin, M.G., town secretary of Pskov 15 1606-13

Munk, countess, second wife of Christian IV 17 1634-45

Munk, Ludvik, Danish count 17 1634-45

Münnich, cornet 46 1768-70

Münnich, Burkhard Chrisoph von, count 45 1766-68

Münnich, Count Johann Ernst, customs official 48 1772-74

Müntzer, Thomas 12 16c

Murad III, Turkish sultan (see also Amurat III) 13 1584-98

Murad IV, Turkist sultan 16 1613-34

Murad-Girey, khan of Crimea 25 1680s

Murat-Girey, son of Mahmet II, Crimean khan 13 1584-98

Muradin, Tatar prince, often second heir; official "receiver

of gifts" 25 1680s

Murashka, Andrei, Chaika colonel 20 17c

Muraviev, Matvey, nobleman 16 1613-34

Murid-Amurat (Miurid) 04 13-14c

Murnykin, major, Belgorod burgomaster 38 1745-48

Muromets, Ilya (Ileika), alias Tsarevich Peter 15 1606-13

Murtoz, son of Mengli-Girey 45 1766-68

Murtoz, Prince 07 15c

Murza Chet 04 13-14c

Murza, Tatar prince 45 1766-68

Murzin, guards grenadier 48 1772-74

Murzin, P. 29 18c

Musafia, money lender 38 1745-48

Musin-Pushkin, Alexis Semeonovich, Russian ambassador

to England 48 1772-74

Musin-Pushkin, Alexis, nobleman 23 17c

Musin-Pushkin, I.A. 29 18c

Mussin-Zade, pasha, grand vizier 48 1772-74

Mustafa, Crimean envoy 10 16c

Mustafa, Tatar prince 06 1389-1462

Mustafa II, Turkish sultan 17 1634-45

Mustafa III, Turkish sultan 48 1772-74

Mustafa-Pasha, grand vizier 17 1634-45

Mustafaley, khan of Kasimov 13 1584-98

Musuk-Oglu Pasha 35 1730s

Muzhilovsky, Andrei (Muzhylovsky, Andriy), Orthodox

archpriest 18 16-17c

Mylnik, Semeon, Ustiug land arbiter 18 16-17c

Mylnikov, Grigory 24

Myshetsky, Gavrilia 24

Myshetsky, Prince Boris Efimovich 20 17c

Myshetsky, Prince Daniel 20 17c

Myshetsky, Prince Ivan Danilovich 20 17c

Myshetsky, Prince Yefim 17 1634-45

Myshkin, architect of Pskov 08 15c

Myszkowski, Zygmunt, Pol. crown marshal 15 1606-13

Naaman, OT figure 23 17c

Naamsara (Namansoro), Kalmyk leader 23 17c

Nabatov, Osokin's manager 35 1730s

Naczimowicz 29 18c

Nadasdy, General Franz 41 1757-61

Nadir Quli Khan, Persian shah 38 1745-48

Nadir, Shah 35 1730s

Nagaevy, princes 12 16c

Nagaia, Maria (Martha), widow of Ivan IV 14 1598-1606

Nagaia, Maria Fedorovna. See Maria Fedorovna Nagaia 14 1598-1606

Nagay, Fedor, Moscow merchant 13 1584-98

Nagoi family, relatives of tsaritsa Maria Fedorovna. Use Nagoy 14 1598-1606

Nagoi, Gavrila Ivanovich. Use Nagoy 14 1598-1606

Nagoi, Ivan Grigorevich. Use Nagoy 14 1598-1606

Nagoi, Mikhail Fedorovich. Use Nagoy 14 1598-1606

Nagoi, Nikfor Ivanovich. Use Nagoy 14 1598-1606

Nagovitsyn, Fedor, native of Gorokhovets 15 1606-13

Nagovo, Bogdan, table attendant 17 1634-45

Nagoy, Afanasy, brother of Maria Nagaia, Ivan IV's wife 11 16c

Nagoy, Afanasy Fedorovich, envoy 10 16c

Nagoy, Alexander 15 1606-13

Nagoy, Andrei Andreevich 15 1606-13

Nagoy, Andrei Fedorovich, ambassador to Crimea 13 1584-98

Nagoy, Fedor 09 16c

Nagoy, Gavrilo Ivanovich 14 1598-1606

Nagoy, Grigory Fedorovich 13 1584-98

Nagoy, Ivan Grigorievich 14 1598-1606

Nagoy, Mikhail Fedorovich 15 1606-13

Nagoy, Nikofor Ivanovich 14 1598-1606

Nagoy, Prince Peter Vasilievich Obolensky, see Obolensky-Nagoy 07 15c

Nagy, Dmitry, alias of False Dmitry II 15 1606-13

Nakhimovsky family 41 1757-61

Nalivaiko, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Nalivaiko, Severin (Nalyvaiko, Severyn), rebel cossack leader 14 1598-1606

Namur, count of 04 13-14c

Napoleon I 41 1757-61

Narbutowicz, Stanis¬aw 08 15c

Narimunt-Gleb, prince of Lithuania 04 13-14c

Narykov, Chura, Tatar prince 09 16c

Naryshevich, Lithuanian vice chancellor 20 17c

Naryshkin, landowner 35 1730s

Naryshkin, noble family 48 1772-74

Naryshkin, A.L. 29 18c

Naryshkin, Alexis V., courtier 46 1768-70

Naryshkin, K.A. 29 18c

Naryshkin, Kirill Poleuktovich, lord-in-waiting 23 17c

Naryshkin, L.K. 29 18c

Naryshkin, Matvey 24

Naryshkina, A.L. 29 18c

Naryshkina, Natalia 24

Nasedka, Ivan 15 1606-13

Nashchokin, ambassador to Turkey 13 1584-98

Nashchokin, boyar, envoy to Bathory 11 16c

Nashchokin, gendarme 38 1745-48

Nashchokin, governor of Mozhaisk 15 1606-13

Nashchokin, major 41 1757-61

Nashchokin, military leader from seaboard towns 15 1606-13

Nashchokin, Bogdan Ivanovich, nobleman 23 17c

Nashchokin, Fonka. See Ordin-Nashchokin, Afanasy 20 17c

Nashchokin, Grigory Borisovich, conciliar noble 20 17c

Nasonov, Klimko 09 16c

Nastasia, nun 35 1730s

Nastasia of Novgorod 07 15c

Nastasia or Anastasia, mistress 03 12-13c

Nastasia, Princess, niece of Vasily III 09 16c

Nastia 45 1766-68

Natalia 45 1766-68

Natalia Alexeevna (Alekseevna) 29 18c

Natalia Kirillovna 29 18c

Natashia 45 1766-68

Naum 35 1730s

Nauma, priest 08 15c

Naumov 29 18c

Naumov, envoy 09 16c

Naumov, governor 15 1606-13

Naumov, Ivan IV's ambassador to Crimea 12 16c

Naumov, Fedor 34 1730s

Naumov, Grigory, landowner 06 1389-1462

Naumov, Stepan, bailiff 21 17c

Nazar, ambassador from Novgorod 07 15c

Nazhir 02 11-12c

Nazhir Pereiaslavich 02 11-12c

Nazimov, Vasily, registrar 48 1772-74

Nebolsin, P.I., historian and ethnographer 11 16c

Nebuchadnezzar, biblical king 17 1634-45

Nechay, Ivan, Nechai, Ivan (Ukr.) 20 17c

Nefediev, Marusha, seal maker 12 16c

Negodiaev, Fedor, Novgorod junior boyar 18 16-17c

Negodiaev, Fedor, sacristan of Dormition cathedral, Astrakhan 21 17c

Negodiaev, Makar, Novgorod junior boyar 18 16-17c

Neipperg, Austrian military leader 35 1730s

Nekliudov, Pskov landowner 18 16-17c

Nekliudov, Ya. 29 18c

Nekomat Surozhanin 04 13-14c

Nekrasov, bailiff 14 1598-1606

Nektarios, patriarch of Jerusalem 21 17c

Nektary, abbot of Ferapont 12 16c

Neledinsky, quartermaster 48 1772-74

Nelidov 07 15c

Nemirich, Yury, Nemyrych, Yuras (Ukr.) 20 17c

Nemirovich, Andrei, commander of Kiev 09 16c

Nemytovsky, Fedor Sidorov, Don Cossack 21 17c

Neofit, abbot 38 1745-48

Neophytus, metropolitan of Ephesus 02 11-12c

Nepeia, Osip, Russian envoy 10 16c

Nepliuev 34 1730s

Nepliuev, Adrian Ivanovich, diplomat and state official 38 1745-48

Nepliuev, Ivan Ivanovich 35 1730s

Neradets, murderer of Yaropolk Iziaslavich 02 11-12c

Nerevin, boyar of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Nerevin, commander of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Neronov, Ivan (monastic name Grigory), sacristan of Dormition

cathedral, then archpriest of Kazan cathedral, Moscow 21 17c

Nester, Novgorod undersecretary 18 16-17c

Nester, Tver priest 17 1634-45

Nesterko, deacon 04 13-14c

Nesterov, A.Ya. 29 18c

Nesterov, Afanasy, Chaika colonel 20 17c

Nesterov, Gavrila (sobriquet Kolcha), Novgorod bailiff 18 16-17c

Nesterov, Nikita, master printer 17 1634-45

Nesterov, S. 29 18c

Nesterova, P.Ya. 29 18c

Nestor, Armenian in Astrakhan 23 17c

Nestor, bishop of Rostov 03 12-13c

Nestor, chronicler 35 1730s

Nestor, clerk 04 13-14c

Nestor Borislavich 02 11-12c

Nestorius, heresiarch 18 16-17c

Nesvitaev, Yury (Yushka), cossack ataman 13 1584-98

Neuenberg, Ehrenfried von 04 13-14c

Neuendorf, Arnold von 04 13-14c

Neuville, Foy de la, Frenchman in Moscow (Sophia) 25 1680s

Nevedomitsyn, Dosifey 08 15c

Nevelsky, nobleman 12 16c

Neverov, peasant 17 1634-45

Neverov, undersecretary 16 1613-34

Neverovsky, Polsh colonel 20 17c

Nevezha, Andronik Timofeev, printer under Ivan IV 14 1598-1606

Nevezha, Ivan Andronikov, printer, son of A.T. 14 1598-1606

Nevezhin, Fedor 09 16c

Nevezhin, Ivan Andronikov, printer 14 1598-1606

Nevriuy, Tatar commander 04 13-14c

Nevruz, khan 04 13-14c

Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, duke of 41 1757-61

Nezamay, Yury, judge of Host 20 17c

Nezda, boyar of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Nezda, herald of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Nezdila Pekhinich, commander of Velikie Luki 03 12-13c

Nezdiloy, son of Stenimir, burgrave of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Nezhata 02 11-12c

Nezhata Terdiatich, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Neznay, Taras, cossack 20 17c

Nianka, Filipp, governor of Moscow 04 13-14c

Nicephoros Phocas, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Nicephoros, archimandrite, protosingel 17 1634-45

Nicephoros, patriarchal exarch 18 16-17c

Nicholas, foreign physician 09 16c

Nicholas, German bombardier 09 16c

Nicholas, metropolitan of Kiev 02 11-12c

Nicholas of Magdeburg 04 13-14c

Nicholas the Greek, ambassador of patriarch of Constantinople 13 1584-98

Nicholas the Miracle Worker 09 16c

Nicholas the Thaumaturge, saint 14 1598-1606

Niemojewski, Jan, Polish lord 13 1584-98

Nifont, archbishop of Krutitsa 12 16c

Nifont, archbishop of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Nifont, bishop of Suzdal 08 15c

Nifont, cellarer, Trinity monastery 12 16c

Nikandr, monk 21 17c

Nikandr, priest 17 1634-45

Nikandr, Rostov archbishop 10 16c

Nikandr, Slutsk archimandrite 12 16c

Nikanor, formerly archimandrite of St. Sabbas monastery, leader of Solovetsk uprising 21 17c

Nikifont, metropolitan of Galich 04 13-14c

Nikifor 24

Nikifor, chiliarch of Pereiaslavl 02 11-12c

Nikifor (Nykyfor), cossack captain 18 16-17c

Nikifor, hundredman of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Nikifor, metropolitan 03 12-13c

Nikifor, Simbirsk archpriest 21 17c

Nikifor Kallist 12 16c

Nikifor Manuskinich, resident of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Nikifor Tudorovich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Nikiforov, Vasily 07 15c

Nikiforov, Vasily, Novgorod townsman 18 16-17c

Nikiforov, Yury, Secret Affairs Chancellery secretary 20 17c

Nikita, bursar of St. Sabbas monastery 23 17c

Nikita, deacon in Pskov 06 1389-1462

Nikita, Muscovite envoy 04 13-14c

Nikita, subdeacon 21 17c

Nikita, Suzdal priest 21 17c

Nikita Konstantinovich, boyar 06 1389-1462

Nikita Matveevich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Nikita Pan, cossack ataman 11 16c

Nikita Petrilovich, chiliarch of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Nikitin, Afanasy 07 15c

Nikitin, Moisey, brigand 38 1745-48

Nikitin, Poleiukht, brigand 38 1745-48

Nikitin, state smith 23 17c

Nikitina U. 29 18c

Nikitnikov, Grigory, merchant 16 1619

Nikitinsky, Yan, rebel leader 21 17c

Nikofor, Russian-born clergyman in London 16 16-17c

Nikoforov, lieutenant 38 1745-48

Nikolaev, David, Dutch merchant 16 1613-34

Nikolaev, Zakhar, translator 17 1634-45

Nikolay, a Belorussian 21 17c

Nikolay, archimandrite 06 1389-1462

Nikolay, fool for Christ 12 16c

Nikolay, Georgian tsarevich, grandson of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Nikolay, monk 16 1613-34

Nikolay Vasilievich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Nikolay Vasilievich Veliaminov 04 13-14c

Nikon, abbot of Holy Trinity monastery 06 1389-1462

Nikon, patriarch of Moscow 15 1606-13

Nikon, priest of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Nikon of Radonezh, saint 06 1389-1462

Nikonov 08 15c

Nikulin Vikulin, D. 29 18c

Nikulishna, Nastasia 24

Nil, dreacon of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Nil of Sorsk 09 16c

Nil of Tver, archbishop 09 16c

Nil, metropolitan of Thessalonika 12 16c

Nilandor, archimandrite of St. George monastery, Novgorod 16 1613-34

Nilov, Grigory, captain 48 1772-74

Nilus, saint 06 1389-1462

Nilus of Sinai 09 16c

Nirot 29 18c

Nizhegorodtsev, burgomaster 38 1745-48

Nizovtsov, junior boyar 17 1634-45

Nogaev, Kuzma, musketeer, participant in peasant war 21 17c

Nogay, Tatar khan 04 13-14c

Nogin, Pskov landowner 18 16-17c

Nogin, Fedor, Ustiug peasant 18 16-17c

Nogotkov princes 13 1584-98

Nogotkov-Obolensky, Prince 14 1598-1606

Nogotkov-Obolensky, Prince Fedor Andreevich 13 1584-98

Nogtev, Prince 09 16c

Nolcken, Baron, Swedish minister and diplomat 38 1745-48

Nordoulat, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Norov 29 18c

Norov, G. 29 18c

Northern Chronicler 06 1389-1462

Norzunov, Sila, service-tenured cossack 11 16c

Nosach, Timofei, Nosach,Tymish (Ukr.) 20 17c

Nosov 34 1730s

Nosyrev, Moscow merchant 35 1730s

Novgorod, Great Novgorod 15 1606-13

Novi, Alevisio 08 15c

Novikov, Nikolai Ivanovich, 18th-century publisher and author 15 1606-13

Novokshchenova, Tatiana 34 1730s

Nozhevshchikov, doctor 38 1745-48

Novosilets, Yakov Yurievich, vicegerent of Serpukhov 06 1389-1462

Novosilsky princes 07 15c

Novosiltsev, Luka, ambassador to Austria 13 1584-98

Novosiltsev, Lukian, governor of Astrakhan 14 1598-1606

Novosiltsev, Muscovite emissary to Poland 11 16c

Novosiltsev, Tarasy Petrovich, boyar 06 1389-1462

Novosiltsev, Vasily Petrovich, boyar 06 1389-1462

Novosiltsev, Vasily Yakovlevich 34 1730s

Nowodworski, Adam, Chevalier 16 1613-34

Nozdrevaty, Prince Vasily 07 15c

Nugent-Westmeath, Jacob (John) Robert, Austrian ambassador

to Prussia 46 1768-70

Numan Pasha, Turkish general 48 1772-74

Nummens, Login, Swedish agent 18 16-17c

Nur-Doulat 07 15c

Nur-ed-Din, brother of Crimean khan 17 1634-45

Nur-ed-Din, Crimean prince 13 1584-98

Nur-Saltan 07 15c

Nuraddin, second vice-khan in the Khanate of Crimea 45 1766-68

Nurredin, Sultan 34 1730s

Oblezov, Moisey, Moscow merchant 18 16-17c

Obolensky family 14 1598-1606

Obolensky, Alexander 07 15c

Obolensky, Grigory 24

Obolensky, Prince Alexander Vasilievich 08 15c

Obolensky, Prince Dmitry Fedorovich 12 16c

Obolensky, Prince Fedor 15 1606-13

Obolensky, Prince Mikhail 12 16c

Obolensky, Prince Mikhail Andreevich, 19th-century antiquarian 15 1606-13

Obolensky, Prince Yaroslav Vasilievich 07 15c

Obolensky-Lyko, Ivan 45 1766-68

Obolensky-Lyko, Prince Ivan 07 15c

Obolensky-Nagoy, Prince PeterVasilievich 07 15c

Obolensky-Nemogo, Pr. Dmitry Ivanovich 10 16c

Obolensky-Ovchina-Telepnev, Prince Fedor Fedorovich 10 16c

Obolensky-Ovchina-Telepnev, Prince Ivan Fedorovich, boyar 12 16c

Obolensky-Ovchinin, Pr. Dmitry Fedorovich 10 16c

Obolensky-Peninsky, Prince 12 16c

Obolensky-Serebriany, Prince Peter Semeonovich 10 16c

Obolensky-Serebriany, Prince Vasily Semeonovich 10 16c

Obolensky-Striga, Prince Ivan Vasilievich. See Striga-Obolensky 07 15c

Obolensky-Striga, Vasily Ivanovich 08 15c

Obolensky-Strigin, Prince Alexander 12 16c

Obolensky-Turena, Prince Boris Mikhailovich 07 15c

Oborski, Jan, Polish emissary 17 1634-45

Obrazets, commander 48 1772-74

Obrazets, Muscovite commander 07 15c

Obrazets, Vasily Fedorovich 07 15c

Obraztsov, commander in Second Militia Force 15 1606-13

Obraztsov, governor 15 1606-13

Obraztsov, Andrei, tax collector 17 1634-45

Obraztsov, Ivan, crown agent 21 17c

Obreska, cossack 15 1606-13

Obrezkov, ensign 38 1745-48

Obrezkov, Alexis Mikhailovich, diplomat 48 1772-74

Obriutin, Savvaty, cellarer of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Obukhov, Siberian gendarmerie director 38 1745-48

Obukhov, Merkury, Ustiug townsman 18 16-17c

Obukhovich, Polish colonel 20 17c

Ochakov, pasha of 34 1730s

Octavian, later Augustus Caesar 46 1768-70

Octologos Theophilus, Melety Smotritsky's pseudonym 18 16-17c

Oda, Polish queen 01 9-11c

Odescalchi 26 1690s

Odinets (Odynets), Peter, ataman, emissary to Moscow 18 16-17c

Odo (Otto), prince of Bohemia 04 13-14c

Odoacer, Gothic king 06 1389-1462

Odoevsky 29 18c

Odoevsky princes 07 15c

Odoevsky, Peter Semenovich 07 15c

Odoevsky, Prince (unspecified) 06 1389-1462

Odoevsky, Prince (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Odoevsky, Prince Fedor Ivanovich 07 15c

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan 41 1757-61

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan Fedorovich "the Greater" 15 1606-13

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan Fedorovich "the Lesser" 15 1606-13

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan Nikitich "the Younger" 15 1606-13

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan Nikitich"the Elder" 15 1606-13

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan Semenovich 07 15c

Odoevsky, Prince Ivan Vasilievich 38 1745-48

Odoevsky, Prince Mikhail 13 1584-98

Odoevsky, Prince Mikhail Nikitich 23 17c

Odoevsky, Prince Nikita Ivanovich 15 1606-13

Odoevsky, Prince Peter 10 16c

Odoevsky, Prince Semeon 07 15c

Odoevsky. Prince Yakov Nikitich 21 17c

Odoevsky, Vasily Semenovich 07 15c

Odoevtsov, junior boyar 12 16c

Ogarev, Ivan 16 1613-34

Ogarev, Posnik, emissary to King Sigismund 14 1598-1606

Ogarkov, Mikhail 13 1584-98

Ogedey (Oktay), son of Genghis Khan 04 13-14c

Ogibalov, Vasily, driver 41 1757-61

Oginska, Mme 48 1772-74

Ogin;ski, Polish noble 34 1730s

Ogin;ski, Count, deputy chancellor of Lithuania 38 1745-48

Ogin;ski, Ignacy, castellan of Wilno 46 1768-70

Ogin;ski, Marcjan, governor of Trotsk 23 17c

Ogin;ski, Michael-Casimir, grand hetman of Lithuania 48 1772-74

Ogin;ski, Prince Bogdan Matveevich, ambassador to Moscow 13 1584-98

Ogin;ski, Prince, Polish colonel 20 17c

Ogurets ("Cucumber"), Fedot Afanasievich, sexton 13 1584-98

Okatievich, Vasily, witness to GP Simeon's treaty 04 13-14c

Okhliabinin , Prince Ivan Petrovich 09 16c

Okraska, Jan (Pol.) 26 1690s

Okulov, monastic servant 12 16c

Okunev, Novgorod bailliff 16 1613-34

Olaf, king of Norway, saint 01 9-11c

Olbeg Ratiborovich 02 11-12c

Olbyr Sheroshevich, boyar 02 11-12c

Oldenburg, Johannes 45 1766-68

Oldr"ich, Bohemian prince 01 9-11c

Olearius, Adam, Holstein writer on Russia 17 1634-45

Oleg 09 16c

Oleg, prince of Chernigov 06 1389-1462

Oleg, prince of Kiev 01 9-11c

Oleg, prince of Pereiaslavl 04 13-14c

Oleg, prince of Pronsk 04 13-14c

Oleg, prince of Rylsk 04 13-14c

Oleg Ingvarievich, prince of Riazan 04 13-14c

Oleg Ivanovich, prince of Riazan 04 13-14c

Oleg Romanovich of Briansk 04 13-14c

Oleg Sviatoslavich, pr. of Novgorod Seversk 02 11-12c

Oleg Sviatoslavich, prince of Chernigov 02 11-12c

Oleg Sviatoslavich, prince of Drevliane 01 9-11c

Oleg Sviatoslavich, son of Sviatoslav Vsevolodovich 02 11-12c

Oleg Sviatoslavich of Chernigov 04 13-14c

Oleg the Handsome, prince 06 1389-1462

Oleg the Wise 24

Oleg Vladimirovich, prince of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Oleksa Sviatoslavich 03 12-13c

Olelkovich, Prince Mikhail Alexandrovich 07 15c

Oleshensky, Yury Vasilievich Kochevin, envoy to Constantinople 04 13-14c

Olesnicki, Miko¬aj, Polish negotiator 16 16c

Olferiev, Grigory, rural elder 17 1634-45

Olfery Selkovich 04 13-14c

Olga, Kievan princess 01 9-11c

Olga, monastic name of Xenia Borisovna Godunova 14 1598-1606

Olga, second wife of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Olga, wife of Vladimir Vasilkovich 04 13-14c

Olgerd. Use Algirdas 45 1766-68

Olgovichi 02 11-12c

Olifer (Olyfer), Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Olitz, colonel 41 1757-61

Olitz, major general 46 1768-70

Olkhin, merchant 41 1757-61

Olof Skötkonung, k. of Swedes and Goths 02 11-12c

Olova, mother of Prince Sviatoslav Vladimirovich 01 9-11c

Olovenikov, guards corporal 48 1772-74

Oloveninov, clerk 21 17c

Olstin Oleksich, boyar 03 12-13c

Olsufiev 34 1730s

Olsufiev, cabinet secretary 38 1745-48

Olszewski, Pole 21 17c

Olszowski, Andrzej, Polish vice chancellor, bp of Chelm 23 17c

Omer Pasha 48 1772-74

Onichkov, Voin, Muscovite envoy 11 16c

Onisifor Devochka, metropolitan of Kiev and Galich 12 16c

Onisimovich, Vasily 04 13-14c

Onitsifor Lukich, Novgorod adventurer 04 13-14c

Onuchin, musketeer captain 16 1613-34

Onufriev, Zakhar 24

Onufry, bishop of Chernigov 03 12-13c

Onufry, boyar of Lutsk 02 11-12c

Opalinski, Lukasz 15 1606-13

Opalinski, Piotr 16 1587-1624

Opara, Stepan, Opara, Stefan 20 17c

Opukhtin, tsar's emissary to Don Cossacks 16 1613-34

Opukhtin, Ivan, Muscovite emissary to Ukraine 20 17c

Oranskie, noblemen 12 16c

Oransky, archimandrite 38 1745-48

Orda, son of Juchi 04 13-14c

Ordin-Nashchokin, Afanasy Lavrentievich 24

Orel, a Muscovite 10 16c

Orlik the elder 34 1730s

Orlik the younger 34 1730s

Orlik, Filip 35 1730s

Orlov 08 15c

Orlov family 48 1772-74

Orlov, Count Alekis Grigorevich 48 1772-74

Orlov, Grigory 15 1606-13

Orlov, Ivan 41 1757-61

Orlov, Vasily 15 1606-13

Orogost 02 11-12c

Orraeus, Gustavus, doctor 48 1772-74

Osenev, merchant 35 1730s

Osey, son of prince's mentor 06 1389-1462

Oshchera family 08 15c

Oshchera, Ivan Vasilievich 07 15c

Osin;ski, Polish lord 17 1634-45

Osin;ski, Jan, Polish captain 18 16-17c

Osip, Novgorod chiliarch 04 13-14c

Osip Varfolomeich, commander 04 13-14c

Osip Zakharich, mayor 04 13-14c

Osipov, Maxim, Don Cossack, rebel leader 21 17c

Osipov, Timofey 14 1598-1606

Osipov, Zakhar, Pskov undersecretary 18 16-17c

Osipovich, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Osliab 04 13-14c

Osman II, Turkish sultan 16 1613-34

Osman-effendi, Turkish envoy 48 1772-74

Osmenik Petrila 03 12-13c

Osmulski, Jan, manservant to Marina 14 1598-1606

Osokins, merchants 35 1730s

Osokin, factory owner 38 1745-48

Osoryin, Murom noble 17 1634-45

Osoryin, Kallistrat Druzhina 17 1634-45

Ospenny (Markov, Alexander). See Markov 46 1768-70

Ossoliniski, Polish official 45 1766-68

Ossolinski, Polish crown chancellor 17 1634-45

Ostafiev, secretary 35 1730s

Ostakhovichi, landowners in Brest 12 16c

Ostalovsky-Lopatka, Ivan, bishop of Galich 12 16c

Ostan, iconographer 12 16c

Ostashkov 15 1606-13

Ostein, Heinrich 35 1730s

Osten, Count Adolf Siegfried, Danish statesman, foreign minister 48 1772-74

Oster 14 1598-1606

Ostermann, Baron (later Count) Andrei Ivanovich 34 1730s

Ostermann, Count Ivan Andreevich, Russian ambassador

to Sweden 48 1772-74

Ostey, Lithuanian prince 04 13-14c

Ostikov, Grigory 09 16c

Ostranin (Ostrenitsa Yatsko), cossack rebel leader 17 1634-45

Ostrogorski, Prince Konstantin, Polish commander 11 16c

Ostrogski, Prince, governor of Poznan; 13 1584-98

Ostromir, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Ostrorog, Pan, castellan of Poznan 14 1598-1606

Ostrowski, Antony Kazimierz, bishop of Kujawy 48 1772-74

Ostrozhsky, Konstantin Ivanovich 08 15c

Ostrozhsky, Konstantin (Konstantyn), Ukrainian magnate 18 16-17c

Ostrozski, Prince Janusz 14 1598-1606

Ostrozski, Prince Konstantin, Polish magnate 14 1598-1606

Ostrozski, Prince Konstantin Konstantinovich, Lithuanian senator 13 1584-98

Ostrozski, Prince Wladys¬aw Dominic 17 1634-45

Ostrozski, Wasili, Prince, Polish magnate 14 1598-1606

Otakar (Ottokar), Pr"emysl, king of Bohemia 04 13-14c

Otiaev, captain 48 1772-74

Otiaev, Vasily 18 16-17c

Otojewski, Polish correspondent of M.B. Shein 15 1606-13

Otrepiev, Bogdan, father of Grishka 14 1598-1606

Otrepiev, Grigory, Grishka (secular name Yury

Bogdanovich), False Dmitry I 14 1598-1606

Otrepiev, Smirnoy, uncle of first Pretender 14 1598-1606

Otrepiev, Solmen, captain from Ustiuzhna 15 1606-13

Ottingen, Ludwig von, lieutentant of Teutonic Order in Prussia 04 13-14c

Otto, brother of Mieszko II 01 9-11c

Otto, prince of Bohemia. Use Odo 04 13-14c

Otto I, German emperor 01 9-11c

Otto III, German emperor 01 9-11c

Ottokar of Bohemia. Use Otakar 04 13-14c

Ovchin-Pleshcheev, boyar 10 16c

Ovchina-Telepnev-Obolensky, Prince Fedor 09 16c

Ovchina-Telepnev-Obolensky, Prince Ivan Andreevich 09 16c

Ovchina-Telepnev-Obolensky, Prince Ivan Fedorovich 09 16c

Ovchina-Telepnev-Obolensky, Prince Nikita Khromoy 09 16c

Ovchina-Telepnev-Obolensky, Prince Yury 09 16c

Ovchinnikov, sergeant 48 1772-74

Ovchinnikova, Akulina, Old Believer 48 1772-74

Ovchinnikova, Mavra, Old Believer 48 1772-74

Ovin, Zakhar 07 15c

Ovstat, boyar of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Ovtso, Dmitry Vladimirovich 07 15c

Ovtsyn, captain 38 1745-48

Ovtsyn, governor 35 1730s

Oxenstierna, Axel, Swedish chancellor 16 1613-34

Oxenstierna, Count Gustav, Swedish ambassador 23 17c

Ozarowski 34 1730s

Ozerov, guards plotter 48 1772-74

Ozerov, Ivan, pupil of F.M. Rtishchev 18 16-17c

Oziz, khan. Use Aziz 04 13-14c

Oznobish, Vasily Ostafievich 08 15c

Pac, Michal, Polish general 46 1768-70

Pac, Miko¬aj, bishop of Kiev 11 16c

Pachomius, Byzantine patriarch 09 16c

Pachomius Logothetes, Serbian monk and scholar 06 1389-1462

Paczanowski, Stanis¬aw, Pole 15 1606-13

Padniewski, Philip, bishop of Cracow 11 16c

Pafnuty, abbot of the Borovsk monastery 08 15c

Pafnuty, archimandrite 29 18c

Pafnuty, bishop of Vladimir 09 16c

Pafnuty, Greek monk 18 16-17c

Pafnuty, hieromonk 29 18c

Pafnuty, monk 29 18c

Pafnuty of Borovsk, abbot 12 16c

Paisios, patriarch of Alexandria 21 17c

Paisios, patriarch of Jerusalem 21 17c

Paisy, abbot of Athos 12 16c

Paisy, abbot of Solovetsk monastery 10 16c

Paisy, abbot of the Trinity monastery 07 15c

Pakhomy the Serb 08 15c

Pakoslav, negitator 04 13-14c

Pakos¬aw, Leszek's commander 03 12-13c

Palacky, Frantisek 24

Palatov 24

Palchikov, musketeer captain 16 1613-34

Palchikov, Afanasy, Muscovite emissary to Poland 14 1598-1606

Paleologus, Andrei Fomich 08 15c

Paleologus, Dmitry Larev 08 15c

Paleologus, John VIII. See John VIII Paleologus, Byzantine

emperor 08 15c

Paleologus, Thomas, prince of Morea 07 15c

Paletsky, Fedor 07 15c

Paletsky, Martin, owner of glassworks 12 16c

Paletsky, Prince 09 16c

Paletsky, Prince Andrei Dmitrievich 12 16c

Paletsky, Prince Boris Dmitrievich 12 16c

Paletsky, Prince David 09 16c

Paletsky, Prince Dmitry Fedorovich, boyar, vicegerent of Novgorod 12 16c

Paletsky, Prince Dmitry Fedorovich 09 16c

Paletsky, Prince Ivan 09 16c

Paletsky-Khrul, Prince 07 15c

Paley 26 1690s

Palichikov, Afanasy 14 1598-1606

Palitsyn, Andrei, deputy governor of Mangazeia 17 1634-45

Palitsyn, Andrei Fedorovich, noble 15 1606-13

Palitsyn, Avraamy, cellarer of Trinity monastery, chronicler 14 1598-1606

Palitsyn, Varlaam, cellarer of New Savior monastery 21 17c

Palka, a hundredman of Upper Bezhetsk 08 15c

Pallady, monk 21 17c

Palmenbach, general 41 1757-61

Palmstierna, Nils, Swedish politician 38 1745-48

Palt, Yury, colonel in Tsar Alexis's service 20 17c

Pamburg, Peter von 26 1690s

Pamfil, chronicler 06 1389-1462

Pamfil, starosta of Fedorovsky Street 07 15c

Pamphila 08 15c

Pan, Gavrila, Terek cossack hetman 14 1598-1606

Panfiliev, abbot of the Eleazarov monastery 08 15c

Panfiliev, Marko 07 15c

Panin, Count Nikita Ivanovich, foreign minister 48 1772-74

Panin, Count Peter Ivanovich, field marshal 48 1772-74

Panin, Grishka 24

Panin, Vasily, commander 21 17c

Pankratiev, S. 29 18c

Pankraty-Sviatoslav 03 12-13c

Panov, crown secretary, ambassador to Persia 16 1613-34

Panov, Vasily, horse guards captain 48 1772-74

Panteleev, Druzhina, conciliar secretary 13 1584-98

Paoli, Pasquale, Corsican patriot 46 1768-70

Papazuli, Greek artillery officer 46 1768-70

Paphnutius, Greek monk 18 16-17c

Paphnutius, metropolitan of Krutitsa 15 1606-13

Papias 09 16c

Parabuch, major 41 1757-61

Paradies, Austrian captain 35 1730s

Paramon, native of Novgorod 01 9-11c

Paramsha, icon painter 06 1389-1462

Parfenev, Fedot, murderer of Archbishop Ambrose 48 1772-74

Pariisky, Vasily 08 15c

Parobich, lieutenant 41 1757-61

Parthenios, metropolitan of Thebes 21 17c

Parthenios, patriarch of Constantinople 17 1634-45

Parthenios, patriarch of Jerusalem 38 1745-48

Partsevskaia, gentrywoman 48 1772-74

Pasha, Ibrahim 25 1680s

Pashay, Crimean murza 13 1584-98

Pashkov, brigadier 35 1730s

Pashkov, Guards officer 29 18c

Pashkov, vice-governor of Voronezh 34 1730s

Pashkov, Afanasy 24

Pashkov, Istoma (Filip Ivanovich Patrikey) 15 1606-13

Pashkov, Yeremey Afanasievich, governor of Tambov 21 17c

Passbirg, Danish ambassador 17 1634-45

Pastukhov, merchant 38 1745-48

Patkul, Johann Reinhold, Livonian adventurer 46 1768-70

Patrikeev family 14 1598-1606

Patrikeev, Ivan, crown secretary, ambassador to Denmark 17 1634-45

Patrikeev, Prince Ivan Yurievich 07 15c

Patrikeev, Prince Vasily Ivanovich 07 15c

Patrikeev, Prince Yury 07 15c

Patrikeev, Vasily Ivanovich 24

Patrikeev, Vassian 14 1598-1606

Patrikeevich, Prince Fedor 06 1389-1462

Patrikey, progenitor of Golitsyn and Patrikeev families 15 1606-13

Patriky, son of Kestutis 04 13-14c

Patriky, son of Narimunt 04 13-14c

Pats family 23 17c

Pats, Hetman Michael (Mikhail) 25 1680s

Pats, Krzystof, Lithuanian chancellor 20 17c

Pats, Polish governor of Mstislavsk 15 1606-13

Pauk, governor of Shum 03 12-13c

Paul, apostle 12 16c

Paul, archimandrite of Miracles monastery 21 17c

Paul, archimandrite of Spaso-Evfimiev monastery 21 17c

Paul, bishop of Kolomna 21 17c

Paul, bishop of Wilno 12 16c

Paul, metropolitan of Saray (Krutitsa) 16 1613-34

Paul, metropolitan of Saray 24

Paul I Petrovich 24

Paul II, pope 07 15c

Paul V, pope 14 1598-1606

Paul, St. 06 1389-1462

Paul Petrovich, grand duke, later emperor 48 1772-74

Paul, Jan, Dutch 29 1690s

Pavel 08 15c

Pavel, burgrave of Ladoga 03 12-13c

Pavel, elder 09 16c

Pavel, Paul, Emperor Paul 37 1741-44

Pavlik (Pavlyk, Pavliuga, Pavliuha), cossack officer 18 16-17c

Pavlov, bailiff 38 1745-48

Pavlov, lieutenant 38 1745-48

Pavlov, A. 29 18c

Pavlov, cossack hetman 10 16c

Pavlov, Mikhail, peasant of B.I. Morozov 18 16-17c

Pavlov, Mikhail, servitor of Trinity monastery 15 1606-13

Pavlova, Marfa 35 1730s

Pavlusov, Lukash, German, ambassador of Tsar Fedor 13 1584-98

Pavsha, son of Anania, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Pavsha (Pavel Semenovich) 04 13-14c

Pchelka, V. 29 18c

Pechikhvostovsky, Bokey, szlachta member 12 16c

Pechlin, Swedish noble 46 1768-70

Pechlin, Carl Frederik, Holstein envoy 38 1745-48

Peerson, Swedish dignitary 10 16c

Peirouze, Brigadier General Lamotte de la 34 1730s

Pekin, Andrei, governor of Nizhny Lomov 23 17c

Pelchinsky (Pelchynsky), Rus bishop of Pinsk 18 16-17c

Pelepelitsyn, Vasily, Cherdyn governor 11 16c

Peleva, Yukagir chieftain 23 17c

Pelgusy (Filip) 04 13-14c

Pelsy, Dutch banker 41 1757-61

Peninsky family 09 16c

Penkler, Austrian internuncio 38 1745-48

Penko, Prince Daniel 08 15c

Pereneg, chiliarch of Chernigov 02 11-12c

Peresvet, monk 04 13-14c

Peresvetov, Ivan Semenovich, publicist 12 16c

Perfushkov, military commander 06 1389-1462

Peri, Greek adventurer 38 1745-48

Pershin, Fedor, merchant 12 16c

Persky, Bogdan, captain from Usting 15 1606-13

Perstein, ambassador of Maximilian II to Poland 11 16c

Peshkov, Alexis, Riazan noble 15 1606-13

Pesoczynski, castellan of Kamenets, Polish ambassador 17 1634-45

Pesotsky, Danylo, Pryluky colonel 20 17c

Pestov, Ivan, native of Kolomna 18 16-17c

Pestry, Feodor 45 1766-68

Pestry, Prince Fedor 07 15c

Petacy, count 41 1757-61

Peter (Smilianic), archimandrite 29 18c

Peter, a Volhynian 10 16c

Peter, anchorite 06 1389-1462

Peter, cossack lieutenant in "Riga" fortress 21 17c

Peter, false tsarevich (Ilia Muromets) 14 1598-1606

Peter, metropolitan of Kiev and All Russia 24

Peter, metropolitan of Moscow 14 14c

Peter, pretender (Ileika Muromets) 14 1598-1606

Peter (prince) 06 1389-1462

Peter, Tatar Prince. See Kudaikul 09 16c

Peter Alekseev, Peter I's incognito name 26 1690s

Peter Antonovich 38 1745-48

Peter Borislavich, boyar 02 11-12c

Peter Dmitrievich, prince of Dmitrov, son of Dmitry Donskoy 08 15c

Peter Dmitrievich 04 13-14c

Peter I Alexeevich, the Great 24

Peter II, emperor of Russia 14 1598-1606

Peter III, Russian emperor 48 1772-74

Peter Ilyich, boyar 02 11-12c

Peter Ilyich 17 1634-45

Peter Konstantinovich, boyar 06 1389-1462

Peter Leopold Joseph, son of Maria Theresa 38 1745-48

Peter Mikhailov, Peter I's incognito name 26 1690s

Peter Mikhailovich, envoy of Ivan III 08 15c

Peter of Volhynia, metropolitan 06 1389-1462

Peter Oge 03 12-13c

Peter Osliadiukovich, governor of Vladimir 04 13-14c

Peter Petrovich, Royal prince 29 18c

Peter Stepanovich, hospodar of Moldavia 09 16c

Peter the Greek 07 15c

Peter the Miracle Worker 07 15c

Peter Vlast 02 11-12c

Peterson, Ivan Ivanovich, Russian colonel 48 1772-74

Peterson, Khristofor Ivanovich, colonel 48 1772-74

Petr, Peter 24

Petreius (Peer Peerson de Erlesunda), Swedish soldier, diplomat and chronicler 14 1598-1606

Petrenko, Yakov, Petrenko,Yakiv (Ukr.) 20 17c

Petriaszkowicz, Stanis¬aw 07 15c

Petrik, Swedish commander 04 13-14c

Petrila, osmenik 02 11-12c

Petrillo, prince of Moldavia 12 16c

Petrilo, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Petrilo Nikolaich (same as mayor?) 02 11-12c

Petrizhitsky-Kulaga, Ivan, Zaporozhian hetman 16 1613-34

Petrkov 08 15c

Petrov, hostler 48 1772-74

Petrov, Abram 34 1730s

Petrov, Artemy, silversmith 12 16c

Petrov, Faddey, servitor of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Petrov, Konon 41 1757-61

Petrov, Matvey, judge in Obonezh 06 1389-1462

Petrov, Philip 08 15c

Petrov, Rodion, silversmith 12 16c

Petrov, Taras, Novgorod merchant 06 1389-1462

Petrov-Solov, I. 29 18c

Petrovich, Filipp 41 1757-61

Petrovich, Ivan, Montenegrin 46 1768-70

Petrovich, Ivan 41 1757-61

Petrovich, Nikolay, Montenegrin 46 1768-70

Petrovich, Rafail 41 1757-61

Petrovich, Stepan, major 41 1757-61

Petrovich, Vasily, metropolitan of Montenegro 41 1757-61

Petrovsky, Muscovite fugitive, servant of Leo Sapieha 14 1598-1606

Petrowski, canon lawyer in Cracow 13 1584-98

Petushin, Venetian Greek 46 1768-70

Peyerle, Hans Georg, Augsburg merchant and memoirist 15 1606-13

Peysonnel, French envoy in Turkey 38 1745-48

Pezold, Saxon envoy 38 1745-48

Pfennig, Holstein envoy 38 1745-48

Philaret. Use Filaret

Philip, archduke of Austria 08 15c

Philip, metropolitan of Moscow 07 15c

Philip, prince of Schleswig 14 1598-1606

Philip, Spanish Infante 41 1757-61

Philip II, king of Spain 10 16c

Philip IV, king of Spain 23 17c

Philip II, king of Macedon 01 9-11c

Philip IV, the Fair, king of France 04 13-14c

Philipps, Ernest, Dutch merchant 16 1613-34

Philotheus, monk 08 15c

Philotheus, patriarch 04 13-14c

Phoebus, St., relics of 01 9-11c

Photius, metropolitan 06 1389-1462

Photy, patriarch. Use Photius 08 15c

Piano di Carpini, abp. of Antivari (Johannes de Plano Carpini) 04 13-14c

Piasecki 24

Piast dynasty (Poland) 04 13-14c

Piast, founder of Polish dynasty 01 9-11c

Piast, Polish nobleman 38 1745-48

Piatnitsky, hostler 48 1772-74

Piatnitsky, secretary 48 1772-74

Pidblavin, legendary character in Novgorod 03 12-13c

Pierling, Paul, S.J., historian 14 1598-1606

Piest, Swedish chamberlain 38 1745-48

Pietro, a cannon caster 08 15c

Pietro, apprentice to Aristotle Fioraventi 08 15c

Pilgrzimowski, Elizar, high notary of G. P. Lithuania 14 1598-1606

Piliusz, cousin of Emperor Matthias 16 1613-34

Pimen 07 15c

Pimen, archimandrite of Goritsk monastery (Pereiaslavl) 06 1389-1462

Pimen (Rybushkin), archimandrite of Virgin monastery, Staritsa 15 1606-13

Pimen, monk 14 1598-1606

Pimen, Novgorod archbishop 10 16c

Piper, Swedish general 26 1690s

Pirsky (Pyrsky), Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Pisarev, Viatka military governor 38 1745-48

Pisarev, G. 29 18c

Pisemsky, captain 10 16c

Pisemsky, Fedor Andreevich, envoy 10 16c

Pitirim, abbot 29 18c

Pitirim, bishop 07 15c

Pitirim, bishop of Perm 06 1389-1462

Pitirim, metropolitan of Krutitsa, later of Novgorod 20 17c

Pitirim of Nizhny Novgorod 34 1730s

Pitt, William, the elder 48 1772-74

Pius IV, Pope 11 16c

Pivov, Lev 16 1613-34

Pivov, Roman Mikhailovich, conciliar noble 11 16c

Pivovarov 29 18c

Plato, Greek philospher 06 1389-1462

Platon 24

Platonov, Sergei Fedorovich, historian 15 1606-13

Plautus, classical author 14 1598-1606

Plemiannikov, ambassador to Sweden 16 1613-34

Plemiannikov, crown secretary 09 16c

Plemiannikov, Davyd, commander at Murashkino 21 17c

Plemiannikov, G. 29 18c

Plemiannikov, major general 46 1768-70

Pleshcheev (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Pleshcheev, Chernigov boyar 06 1389-1462

Pleshcheev, commander in Kostroma 04 13-14c

Pleshcheev, commander of Russian forces in Dagestan 14 1598-1606

Pleshcheev, Andrei, boyar 21 17c

Pleshcheev, Elevfery-Simeon, lay name of Metropolitan Alexis 06 1389-1462.

Pleshcheev, Fedor, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Pleshcheev, Fedor Kirillovich, commander for False Dmitry II 15 1606-13

Pleshcheev, Ivan, governor 15 1606-13

Pleshcheev, Leo, Tushino Russian 15 1606-13

Pleshcheev, Leonty, lord-in-waiting 18 16-17c

Pleshcheev, M.A. 09 16c

Pleshcheev, Matvey, governor 15 1606-13

Pleshcheev, Mikhail 07 15c

Pleshcheev, Mikhail Borisovich 08 15c

Pleshcheev, Naum, emissary of False Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Pleshcheev, Nikifor Yurievich, governor of Putivl 17 1634-45

Pleshcheev, Peter 08 15c

Pleshcheev, Zakhar, commander 10 16c

Pleshcheevs, two captains in Tsar Alexis's service 20 17c

Plessen, Danish minister 38 1745-48

Plessen, Lord High Chamberlain (Denmark) 34 1730s

Pletenevsky 34 1730s

Plettenburg, Walter von, master of Livonian Order 08 15c

Plevkovich, Sofrony, Serbian cook 46 1768-70

Pliasov, Fedor, junior boyar 17 1634-45

Plichta, Konstanty, castellan of Sochaczew 16 1613-34

Pliny the Younger 24

Plocki, Polish bishop 20 17c

Plokhovo, Simeon, Belorussian monk, writer 21 17c

Plomgren, Thomas, Swedish merchant 38 1745-48

Plotnik, Ivan, Starodub colonel 20 17c

Plotskinia, Brodnik commander 03 12-13c

Plutarch 48 1772-74

Pochapovsky, Pokost, bishop of Lutsk and Kholm 18 16-17c

Podebrady, Jiriz. See George of Podebrady 07 15c

Podewils, Count Heinrich von, Prussian diplomat and minister 34 1730s

Podgorichani, major general 46 1768-70

Podgornov, guards corporal 48 1772-74

Podgorsky, deputy from Volhynia 41 1757-61

Podkova, Ivan, cossack 12 16c

Podkursky, Ivan 08 15c

Podoski, Polish official 45 1766-68

Podoski, Gabriel, Polish primate 46 1768-70

Podovin (Poitevin?), Pokazaius 24

Podshchipaev, Foma 15 1606-13

Podzhogin, Shigona. See Shigona, I.Y. 09 16c

Pogankin, Sergei 24

Pogodin, Mikhail 24

Pogorelov, Fedot, envoy 12 16c

Pogost 08 15c

Pogozhev, Mikhail 07 15c

Pogozhy, Fedor 16 1613-34

Pogozhy, Isaak, commander 16 1613-34

Poiarkov, Vasily, civil governor of Yakutsk 23 17c

Pokhabov, Grigory, Ustiug undersecretary 18 16-17c

Pokhvisnev, Mikhail Semenovich, senator 48 1772-74

Poletiki, doctor 41 1757-61

Polev, governor of Elets 16 1613-34

Polev, Ivan 09 16c

Polev, Nil 09 16c

Poliak, elder to Jagailo 04 13-14c

Poliakov 41 1757-61

Poliansky 34 1730s

Polibin, commissary general of stores 35 1730s

Polievkt Vasilievich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Polikarp, abbot 03 12-13c

Polikarp, abbot of Caves 02 11-12c

Polikarp, abbot of Vyshgorod 03 12-13c

Polikarpov, F.P. 29 18c

Polikarpov, Fedor 35 1730s

Polikarpov, Vasily 09 16c

Polinarin brothers, boyars 07 15c

Polochanin, Prokopy, boyar 04 13-14c

Polochanin, Vasily (Vaska) 15 1606-13

Polochanin, Yakov 04 13-14c

Polotsky, Simeon (Simeon Petrovsky Sitianovich) 24

Poltev, Grigory, leader of Smolensk levy 15 1606-13

Poltev, Ivan, musketeer captain 20 17c

Polubensky family 10 16c

Polubensky, Lithuanian marshal 20 17c

Polubensky, Prince 10 16c

Poluboiarinov, Ivan, junior boyar 17 1634-45

Polubotok 29 18c

Poluekhtov, Alexis 07 15c

Poluekhtov, Natalia 07 15c

Poluekhtovich 08 15c

Poluektov, Yakov, supervisor of shipbuilding project 23 17c

Poluiaroslavtsev, factory owner 35 1730s

Polyeuctes, Byzantine patriarch 01 9-11c

Pompadour, Mme de 48 1772-74

Pomy, marquis de 41 1757-61

Poniatowski, Polish royal regimentarian 34 1730s

Poniatowski, Count, governor of Mazovia 38 1745-48

Poniatowski, Count Stanis¬aw, castellan of Cracow castle 41 1757-61

Poniatowski, Count Stanis¬aw, future King Stanis¬aw Augustus

of Poland 48 1772-74

Poninski, marshal of Poland 34 1730s

Poninski, Count, Polish 45 1766-68

Poninski, Count Adam, royal marshal of confederation in Poland 48 1772-74

Pope, Alexander 48 1772-74

Poperzack, Livonian merchant 14 1598-1606

Popov, chancellery official 38 1745-48

Popov, government official (copyist) 48 1772-74

Popov, Andrei, historian 15 1606-13

Popov, Mikhail, Moscow merchant 48 1772-74

Popovich, Grigory 08 15c

Popovich, Nikita 07 15c

Popovich, Philip, merchant 09 16c

Poppel, Nicholas 08 15c

Porey Ostromirovich 02 11-12c

Porfiry 21 17c

Porfiry, archimandrite, rector of Slavonic-Greek-Latin Academy 38 1745-48

Porfiry, bishop of Chernigov 04 13-14c

Porfiry, bishop of Kolomna 41 1757-61

Porter, Sir James, British diplomat 41 1757-61

Portomoin, Yakov, chancellery undersecretary 20 17c

Posnikov, undersecretary 16 1613-34

Posnikov, Alexis, chancellor, ambassador 23 17c

Posnikov, (Postnikov), P. 29 18c

Pososhkov, Ivan Tikhonovich 24

Posse, baron, Swedish diplomat, senator 41 1757-61

Possevino, Antonio, papal legate 15 1606-13

Postnik (Posnik), iconographer 13 1584-98

Postnikov 24

Potemkin, Alexander Ivanovich 38 1745-48

Potemkin, Dmitry 34 1730s

Potemkin, Grigory Alexandrovich 48 1772-74

Potemkin, Peter Ivanovich, table attendant, ambassador 23 17c

Potemkin, Nikolay 38 1745-48

Potemkin, Yefrem, monk 21 17c

Potemkin, Yury 15 1606-13

Potemkin, Yushka, governor of Serpeisk 16 1613-34

Potey (Potiy), Adam, castellan of Brest (see also Potey, Ignaty) 18 16-17c

Potey (Potiy), Ignaty (secular name Adam), bishop of

Vladimir-in-Volhynia, later metropolitan of Kiev 18 16-17c

Potey (Potiy), Yan, son of Adam 18 16-17c

Potocki, Polish envoy 34 1730s

Potocki, Andrzej 15 1606-13

Potocki, Andrzej, crown quartermaster 20 17c

Potocki, Antoni, palatine of Bielz 41 1757-61

Potocki, Fedor, bishop of Gniezno 34 1730s

Potocki, Jakub, Polish gov. of Smolensk 15 1606-13

Potocki, Joachim, Polish noble 46 1768-70

Potocki, Józef, grand royal hetman of Lithuania 38 1745-48

Potocki, Michal 34 1730s

Potocki, Miko¬aj, castellan of Cracow, crown hetman 17 1634-45

Potocki, Stanis¬aw, crown hetman 20 17c

Potrebatsky, Zaporozhian ataman 13 1584-98

Povadin, Mikhail. See Misail, monk 14 1598-1606

Povolotsky, colonel 20 17c

Pozdeev, Mark 16 1613-34

Pozharskaia, Princess Praskovia Varfolomeevna, wife of

Prince D.M. 17 1634-45

Pozharsky princes 12 16c

Pozharsky princes of Starodub 23 17c

Pozharsky, Prince Dmitry Mikhailovich 14 15c-16c

Pozharsky, Prince Dmitry Petrovich 16 1613-34

Pozharsky, Prince Fedor 17 1634-45

Pozharsky, Prince Fedor Dmitreevich 17 1634-45

Pozharsky, Prince Ivan 17 1634-45

Pozharsky, Prince Peter 17 1634-45

Pozharsky, Prince Peter Dmitrievich 17 1634-45

Pozharsky, Semeon Romanovich 24

Pozharsky-Lopata, Pr. Dmitry Petrovich 15 1606-13

Pozharsky-Lopata, Prince Roman Petrovich 15 1606-13

Pozniakov, Ivan 34 1730s

Pozvizd, son of Vladimir I 01 9-11c

Praskovia 45 1766-68

Praskovia, empress 34 1730s

Praskovia Fedorovna, tsarevna 38 1745-48

Prasse, Saxon diplomat 41 1757-61

Prazmowski, Albert, Polish royalchancellor 20 17c

Prazmowski, Miko¬aj, Polish senator, chancellor 23 17c

Predslava, daughter of Sviatopolk 02 11-12c

Predslava, daughter of Vladimir I 01 9-11c

Predslava, first wife of Roman Mstislavich 04 13-14c

Pretich, Rus commander 01 9-11c

Pribylovich, S. 29 18c

Prideaux, William, English envoy in 1654 23 17c

Priimkov family 10 16c

Priklonsky, captain 38 1745-48

Priklonsky, table attendant 20 17c

Priklonsky, Fedor, Solvychegodsk tax collector 18 16-17c

Prinz, Daniel of Buchow, imperial ambassador to Ivan IV 11 16c

Pristaltsov, Tomila, native of Novgorod 16 1613-34

Prittwitz, captain 41 1757-61

Procopius of Caesarea, Byz. chronicler 01 9-11c

Proestev family 04 13-14c

Proestev, Stepan Matveevich, ambassador to Poland 17 1634-45

Proezzhalov, Vasily, Novgorod townsman 18 16-17c

Prokhor, abbot 03 12-13c

Prokhor Miasnik, Pskov townsman 18 16-17c

Prokhor of Gorodets, iconographer 15 1606-13

Prokhorov, Ivan, Old Believer petitioner 48 1772-74

Prokofy 35 1730s

Prokofy, priest of St. Nicholas 21 17c

Prokopovich, Feofan 34 1730s

Prokopy 02 11-12c

Prokopy, chiliarch of Belgorod 02 11-12c

Prokopy, favorite of Andrei Bogoliubsky 03 12-13c

Prokopy, Novgorod "raider" 06 1389-1462

Prokopy Kiev 04 13-14c

Prokopy Polochanin, boyar 04 13-14c

Pronchishchev, Afanasy, ambassador to Constantionople 17 1634-45

Pronchishchev, Ivan Afanasievich, table attendant 20 17c

Pronchishchev, Osip, nobleman 16 1613-34

Pronsky princes 09 16c

Pronsky, Prince 09 16c

Pronsky, Prince Fedor 09 16c

Pronsky, Prince Friedrich Glebovich, governor of Kiev 12 16c

Pronsky, Prince Ivan Ivanovich 10 16c

Pronsky, Prince Mikhail Petrovich 18 16-17c

Pronsky, Prince Peter Danilovich 09 16c

Pronsky, Prince Vasily, governor 15 1606-13

Pronsky, Prince Vasily, table attendant 13 1584-98

Pronsky-Shemiakin, Prince Peter Danilovich 10 16c

Proshchin, naval lieutenant 48 1772-74

Proshka 17 1634-45

Prosky, Prince Peter Ivanovich 16 1613-34

Prosovetsky, Andrei Zakharievich, table attendant 15 1606-13

Protasiev of Smolensk 08 15c

Protasiev, F. 29 18c

Protasiev, Peter, Muscovite emissary 20 17c

Protasiev, Solovoy Ivanovich 16 1613-34

Protasiev, Vasily 04 13-14c

Protasov, president of Main Magistracy 48 1772-74

Protasy (also known as Veliamin) 04 13-14c

Protasy, monk of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Protaszewicz, Walerian, bishop of Wilno 11 16c

Protasy, Moscow boyar, progenitor of Velaiminov family 06 1389-1462

Protokin, Alexis, Don Cossack ataman 21 17c

Protopopov, clerk 29 18c

Protopopov, Subbota, crown agent 13 1584-98

Prov, monk 21 17c

Prozorovskaia, Princess, wife of Ivan Semeonovich 21 17c

Prozorovsky princely family 23 17c

Prozorovsky, Alexander Alexandrovich, general 48 1772-74

Prozorovsky, Prince, emissary from Tsar Vasily 15 1606-13

Prozorovsky, Prince Ivan Semeonovich, lord lieutenant of

Archangel 20 17c

Prozorovsky, Prince Peter Semeonovich Bolshoy 23 17c

Prozorovsky, Prince Semeon Ivanovich 15 1606-13

Prozorovsky, Prince Semeon Vasilievich 16 1613

Prytkov, government employee 48 1772-74

Prz"emysl, early Bohemian ruler 01 9-11c

Przemys¬aw 04 13-14c

Przezdziecki, Polish nobleman 48 1772-74

Psarski, Polish special envoy to Russia 48 1772-74

Psipov, Timofey 14 1598-1606

Pskov Chronicler 06 1389-1462

Ptitsyn, Moscow wine merchant 48 1772-74

Ptolemy, geographer 01 9-11c

Puchkov, collegiate councillor 46 1768-70

Puchkov, colonel 41 1757-61

Pufendorf, Samuel von, historian 29 18c

Pugachev, Emelian Ivanovich 24

Pugovishnikov, collegiate secretary 38 1745-48

Puisieux, marquis de, French foreign minister 38 1745-48

Pulad-Temir, khan. Use Bulat-Temir 04 13-14c

Pulaski, Józef, Polish noble 46 1768-70

Punkov, Prince Semen 09 16c

Puresh, prince of Mordvinians 04 13-14c

Purgas, Mordvinian prince 04 13-14c

Pushchin (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Pushchin, governor of Okhotsk fortress 23 17c

Pushchin, Kirill, court butler 20 17c

Pushchin, Konstantin, governor of Oskol 17 1634-45

Pushkar (Pushkarenko), Martyn, Poltava colonel 20 17c

Pushkin (unidentified), lord-in-waiting 16 1613-34

Pushkin, governor of Voronezh 41 1757-61

Pushkin brothers, counterfeiters 48 1772-74

Pushkin brothers, emissaries from Trubetskoy to Trinity

monastery 15 1606-13

Pushkin, Alexis, chamberlain 38 1745-48

Pushkin, Boris, lord-in-waiting 17 1634-45

Pushkin, Gavrila, conciliar noble 16 1613-34

Pushkin, Gavrilo, emissary of False Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Pushkin, Grigory, ambassador to Poland 17 1634-45

Pushkin, Matveytable attendant 21 17c

Pushkin, Nikita Mikhailovich, governor of Vologda 15 1606-13

Pushkin, Ostafy Mikhailovich, boyar and diplomat 11 16c

Pushkin, Ya.S. 29 18c

Pushkin, Yevstafy Mikhailovich, conciliar secretary 13 1584-98

Pustoshkin, Novgorod nobleman 29 18c

Pustoshkin, F.M. 29 18c

Pustosvat, Nikita Dobrynin, leading Schismatic 25 1680s

Pustovalov, manufacturer 41 1757-61

Pustynskaya, M., abbess 29 18c

Putiata Vyshatich, commander and chiliarch 02 11-12c

Putiata, chiliarch 01 9-11c

Putiata, commander and chiliarch 02 11-12c

Putiatin, vicegerent of Oreshek 11 16c

Putiatin, Grigory 07 15c

Putiatin, Menshoy, secretary 09 16c

Putiatin, Prince Nikolai Abramovich 48 1772-74

Putsha, native of Novgorod 01 9-11c

Pykachev, Yakov, junior boyar 14 1598-1606

Pyrotsky, lieutenant 29 18c

Pyrsky, Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c


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