Anastasia Romanova( first wife of Tsar Ivan the Terrible)
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Biography Anastasia Romanova
the genus Zakharins-Jurjevyh, later nicknamed the Romanovs. Her father, Roman Yurevich, was Okolnichy under Ivan III. And got married. the king on Feb. 3, 1547, died Aug. 7, 1560. According to the chronicle, "predobraya A. John's mentor and led to all sorts of virtues ". In a letter to the king reproached Kurbsky boyars hatred for AA, which they likened to Eudoxia, the persecutor Chrysostom, Sylvester and his friends she was "one small word for obscene". Kurbski, speaking about the death of Alexander, refers to defamation of the Sylvester and Adasheva, "alleging that it shared in the same scharovali men". The Tsar himself in the second epistle to Kurbsky wrote: "... but with my wife and me to you about that razluchiliN If only I had not been deprived of yunitsy moeya, foreign to chrome victim was not". There is no doubt that the death of a. seriously affected the mental state of John and was one of the circumstances, strained his struggle with the nobles. - Wed. "Russian Biographical Dictionary", II.