Alexis mikhailovich



(Aleksei Mikhailovich) 1629–76, czar of Russia 1645–76 (father of Peter I).
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The code of Alexis Mikhailovich does not even punish a husband for disposing of his wife in a criminal way.
Women of the Teutonic Nations Hermann Schoenfeld

The six daughters of Alexis Mikhailovich received a good education.
Women of the Teutonic Nations Hermann Schoenfeld

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1629–76, tsar of Russia (1645–76); father of Peter the Great

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