Alexander III

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son of Alexander II who was czar of Russia (1845-1894)

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As a result of the influx of widowed parish priests it increased slightly under Alexander III (25.
After 1894 when Alexander III died, his son, Tsar Nicholas II continued to present an Imperial Egg each Easter morning to his wife, the Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna and one to his mother, the Dowager Empress.
The death of Alexander III has plunged the country into war, both with itself and with Edward I of England.
Kaulbars was sent by Russian Emperor Alexander III to convey his will for the development of the young Bulgarian state.
While the world knows the name Vladimir Lenin, very few people have heard of the Russian leader's older brother, a terrorist who was hanged for plotting the assassination of Czar Alexander III.
The tribunal, which had been formed by Pope Alexander III in 1179, has never before divulged details of the cases it scrutinizes, cases that were considered so heinous by the Catholic Church that only the Pope can grant absolution to the perpetrator.
In 1883 Russian Czar Alexander III commissioned Faberge to make a special Easter gift for his wife.
He was the grandson of Tsar Alexander III and lived in Seymour Place, London.
IMPERIA is uniquely based on famed Russian scientist Dimitri Mendeleev's original formula, decreed by Czar Alexander III as "The Standard of Vodka" for the royal court of St.
Few conquerors have been more important than Alexander III of Macedonia (ma-suh-DOH-nee-uh).
November 1Russian Tsar Alexander III dies and is succeeded by his son Nicholas II;
It has been appointed an exclusive Midland supplier of the 11cm high by 4cm wide gift item -of which only 75 have been made -exactly 120 years since Czar Alexander III presented the first Faberge egg to his wife Maria in 1894.
The young musicians will play a varied programme, including the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, Tchaikovsky's Coronation March for Alexander III and Bizet's L'Arlesienne Suite No 2.
Four appendices give the sixteen surviving letters of the Archbishop to Popes Adrian IV and Alexander III, references to eleven lost acta, the Archbishop's itinerary, and rhymes written by Roger and the Prior of Kirkham in their correspondence regarding the Salomite heresy.
Eventually the cardinals became the exclusive electors of the pope in 1179 when Pope Alexander III issued the document Licit de Vitancla.