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Peter I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725

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Personal name headingPeter I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725
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Variant(s)Buṭrus, al-Akbar, 1672-1725
Buṭrus, al-Kabīr, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725
Mikhaĭlov, Petr, 1672-1725
Peeter I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725
Peter, de Grote, 1672-1725
Peter, den store, 1672-1725
Peter, der Grosse, 1672-1725
Peter I, the Great, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725.
Peter, the Great, 1672-1725
Petr I Alekseevich, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725
Petr I, Velikiĭ, 1672-1725
Petr, Velikiĭ, 1672-1725
Petro, Büyük, 1672-1725
Petru, cel Mare, 1672-1725
Pierre I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725
Pierre, le Grand, 1672-1725
Pietro, il Grande, 1672-1725
Piotr, Wielki, 1672-1725
Pyōtoru Taitei, 1672-1725
Pyotr I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725
Pyotr, Velikiy, 1672-1725
Romanov, Petr Alekseevich, 1672-1725
Romanov, Pyotr Alexeyevich, 1672-1725
Романов, Петр Алексеевич, 1672-1725
Петр I, Великий, 1672-1725
See alsoRussia. Sovereign (1682-1725 : Peter I)
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Biography/History notePeter the Great (Russian: Пётр Вели́кий, tr. Pyotr Velikiy), Peter I (Russian: Пётр I, tr. Pyotr I) or Peter Alexeyevic; 9 June [O.S. 30 May] 1672 - 8 February [O.S. 28 January] 1725) ruled the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire from 7 May (O.S. 27 April) 1682 until his death in 1725, jointly ruling before 1696 with his elder half-brother, Ivan V. Through a number of successful wars, he expanded the Tsardom into a much larger empire that became a major European power. He led a cultural revolution that replaced some of the traditionalist and medieval social and political systems with ones that were modern, scientific, Westernised and based on the Enlightenment. Peter's reforms made a lasting impact on Russia, and many institutions of Russian government trace their origins to his reign.
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Associated countryRussia
Birth date1672-06-09
Death date1725-02-08
Place of birthMoscow (Russia)
Place of deathSaint Petersburg (Russia)
Profession or occupationEmperors
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
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Russ. Brockhaus, 1898: v. 23, p. 487 (Petr I Alekseevich Velikiĭ, first Russian emperor)
Sovetskiĭ ėnt︠s︡ikl. slovarʹ, 1986: p. 996 (Petr I Velikiĭ, tsar from 1682, ruled from 1689)
Encycl. Americana, 1975: v. 21, p. 657 (Peter I, czar of the Romanov dynasty and first emperor of Russia)
Collier's encycl., 1973: v. 18, p. 618 (Peter I the Great, emperor)
Voltaire. Hādhā kitāb al-rawḍ al-azhar fī tārīkh Buṭrus al-Akbar imbirāṭūr al-Mūsqū, 1266 i.e. 1850.
Dohi, T. Pyōtoru Taitei to sono jidai, 1992: p. i (emperor in Russia, between 1682-1725)
Büyük Petro'nun vasiyeti, 1890?
Tsaar Peter de Grote en zijn Amsterdamse vrienden, c1996.
Peter den store och Karl XII, 1998.
Androsov, S. Pietro il Grande, c1999.
Aderca, F. Petru cel Mare, 2001.
Wikipedia, Aug. 7, 2008 (Peter I the Great or Pyotr Alexeyevich Romanov (Russian: Пётр Алексе́евич Рома́нов = Petr Alekseevich Romanov, Пётр I = Petr I, Pyotr I, or Пётр Вели́кий = Petr Velikiĭ, Pyotr Velikiy); 9 June [O.S. 30 May] 1672-8 Feb. [O.S. 28 Jan.] 1725)
Peeter I ja Katariina I Tallinnas, 2004.
Wikipedia, August 17, 2018 (name: Peter I, monarch, Emperor of All Russia, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias; reign: 2 November 1721-8 February 1725)
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