"the Great", 1672–1725, czar of Russia 1682–1725.
Peter Karageorgevich, 1844–1921, king of Serbia 1903–21.
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Peter I. died in 1725, leaving the crown to his wife Catharine.The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power | John S. C. Abbott
Peter I. abolished the patriarchate, introduced his own classes and reforms, and made himself head of the church.
The crown then passed to the grandson of Peter I., a boy of thirteen.The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power | John S. C. Abbott
Menchikoff, the well-known favourite of Peter I., was one of these.
When Peter I. after the battle of Narva, ordered old cannon and church bells to be cast into new ordnance, this was spared.The Story of Moscow | Wirt Gerrare
British Dictionary definitions for Peter I
known as Peter the Great. 1672–1725, tsar of Russia (1682–1725), who assumed sole power in 1689. He introduced many reforms in government, technology, and the western European ideas. He also acquired new territories for Russia in the Baltic and founded the new capital of St Petersburg (1703)
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