Maria Ivanovna Khlopova
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Maria Ivanovna Khlopova (died 1633), was a Russian noble, the fiancee of Tsar Michael I of Russia.
Maria Ivanovna Khlopova was chosen to be the future bride of the tsar in 1616, and brought to court. However, a feud took place between her and her family and the mother of the tsar, which lasted for several years. In the end, the tsar married another in 1624.
- П. Мельников. «Мария Ивановна Хлопова, невеста царя Михаила Федоровича» ("Нижегородские Губернские Ведомости", 1845, № 7 и след.)
- Д. Мордовцев. «Русские женщины допетровской Руси»;
- И. Е. Забелин. «Домашний быт русских цариц» (глава 3-я).
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