|Tsaritsa of All Russia|
|Died||2 January 1626
|Burial||Archangel Cathedral, Kremlin; prev. Novodevichy Convent|
|Spouse||Vasili IV of Russia|
Tsarevna Anna VasilievnaTsarevna Anastasia Vasilievna
Maria Petrovna Buynosova-Rostovskaya (Буйносова-Ростовская, Мария Петровна in Russian) (born as Catherine - died 2 January 1626) was the second spouse and only empress consort of Tsar Vasili IV of Russia.
Maria Buynosova-Rostovskaya was the daughter of prince Peter Buynosov-Rostovskay. The wedding took place on 17 January 1608.
In 1610, Vasili was deposed. After the deposition of her consort, Maria was forced to enter a convent. As a nun, she took the name Elena. Her youngest daughter, by then newborn, joined her and became a nun when adult.
- Tsarevna Anna Vasilievna (1609-1609), died in infancy
- Tsarevna Anastasia Vasilievna (1610-died unknown year), a nun.
- Белокуров С. А. Разрядные записи за Смутное время (7113-7121 гг.). М., 1907. С. 95, 249, 269—271 (Чин бракосочетания царя Василия Ивановича Шуйского с княжною Мариею (Екатериною) Буйносовой-Ростовской).
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Title last held byMarina Mniszech
|Tsaritsa consort of Russia
Title next held byMaria Dolgorukova
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