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Об одном эпизоде придворной борьбы времени царствования Михаила Романова в рассказе В. Н. Татищева

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This article examines unique information provided by the renowned eighteenth-century historian V.N. Tatishchev about a conflict that occurred at the court of Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich and the rapid rise and fall of Prince Boris Aleksandrovich Repnin. Information reported by Tatishchev remains controversial and therefore needs corroboration. A detailed comparison of Tatishchev’s story about Prince Repnin with accounts found in other sources suggests that Tatishchev’s work reflected the reality of court life in Muscovy during the 1630s and 1640s. The author concludes that information reported by Tatishchev deserves much more attention and critical analysis.

Affiliations: 1: St. Petersburg State University, Russia


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