Tsarevna Praskovya Ivanovna of Russia
Portrait of Praskovya Ivanovna by Ivan Nikitich Nikitin
24 September 1694|
|Died||8 October 1731
|Burial||Peter and Paul Cathedral|
|Spouse||Ivan Ilich Dmitriev-Mamonov|
|Father||Ivan V of Russia|
Praskovya's father died in 1696 and she was raised with her sisters, Catherine and Anna, at the estate awarded to her mother by Tsar Peter, Izmailovo in Moscow. She was tutored in literature and the sciences by German teachers. Praskovya was described by the Spanish ambassador in comparison to her sisters as lacking in intelligence, in addition to being very sickly.
By the consent of her mother, she was married to a Rurikid noble, Ivan Dmitriev-Mamonov. They had one son.
- Liriyskiy (1989), p. 248.
- Liriyskiy, Gertsog (1989). "Zapiski o prebyvanii pri imperatorskom rossiyskom dvore v zvanii posla korolya ispanskogo" [Memoirs of the visit to the Imperial Russian court as ambassador of the King of Spain]. In Limonov, Yu. A. Rossiya XVIII v. glazami inostrantsev [Eighteenth century Russia in the eyes of foreigners] (in Russian). Leningrad: Lenizdat. pp. 189–260.
|Ancestors of Tsarevna Praskovya Ivanovna of Russia|