Sophia

Sophia EPUB Sophia Author Lindsey Hughes Bandcamptomp Sophia Alekseevna, The Half Sister Of Peter The Great, Was The First Woman To Tule Russia In , Ten Year Old Peter And His Mentally Retarded Brother Ivan Were Declared Joint Tsars With Year Old Sophia As Their Regent The Regency Lasted For Seven Years Until Sophia Was Ousted By Peter And Dispatched To A Convent For The Last Years Of Her Life

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  • Hardcover
  • 345 pages
  • Sophia
  • Lindsey Hughes
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 0300047908

10 thoughts on “Sophia

  1. says:

    Perhaps you have never heard of Sophia who briefly ruled over Russia as regent for her brothers at the close of the seventeenth century, and if you have heard of her you may have the impression that she was a purely conservative figure holding back Peter from chopping off the boyars beards, dragging Russia into the eighteenth century and thus becoming great.Lindsey Hughes rare attempt, if not to rehabilitate Sophia, then at least asserts her historical significance and helps to demonstrate the Perhaps you have never heard of Sophia who briefly ruled over Russia as regent for her brothers at the close of the seventeenth century, and if you have heard of her you may have the impression that she was a purely conservative figure holding back Peter from chopping off the boy...

  2. says:

    Hughes does a wonderful job researching and presenting the available material on Sophia, the 1 2 sister to Peter the Great Scholarly and well documented, the text could have used better reproduction of the few photographs included.

  3. says:

    Extremely in depth Makes very clear some of the difficulties of writing history when source material is weak, obviously biased or non existent Not for the casual reader perhaps, but if you re looking for in depth analysis of the Petrine era, this is great.

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