Artsybashev Andrew Gavrilovich( Moscow clerk XVI century)
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In 1576, a. and Prince Zachary I. Sugorsky sent ambassadors to the Emperor Maximilian II. The purpose of the embassy was to determine the relationship Germanskoy Empire and Moscow on the replacement of the unemployed at the time of the Polish throne. Ambassadors were to express its willingness to promote the election of the Tsar on the Polish throne of Austria's Prince Ernst subject, . what, . If the Poles and Lithuanians elect a single sovereign, . "The Grand Duchy of Lithuania to and from Kiev and that to him the city" would have gone to Moscow State,
. The latter requirement was based on the fact that the king himself was a candidate for the Polish crown for himself or for one of his sons. Relatively Livonia ambassadors were to express a desire a king to the emperor for it do not enter, because it isstarinnaya patrimony of the king. A. described in detail in the filed of stateynom list the way the embassy, his reception by Caesar and negotiations. Maximilian II took the Moscow embassy with great ceremony in Regensburg, July 16, 1576. Ambassadors from the emperor had 4 more audience, but after the last audience with the Emperor fell ill and died after 6 weeks. A. was richly endowed and sent back. This embassy left an impression in Europe, in memory of him was engraved image of all its members with their names (A. named on the medal Andre Gawrilowitz Ertzy Buschuf). Upon his return to Moscow, A. served as a clerk in the discharge order and instructed to parish and a senior clerk in Veliky Novgorod. In 1593 for unauthorized occupation by any estates in A. were selected and it is removed from service, but in 1599 again entered the service in order to more coming. Signed A. was among the literacy brace for election to the throne of Boris Godunov. Died, probably about 1603. - See. NP. Likhachev, "Discharge clerks XVI century (St. Petersburg, 1888).