Sword of Peter "The Great", with scabbard, Russia (90cm)
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Peter I Alekséievich or Peter I of Russia, nicknamed Pedro el Grande, son of Tsar Alejo I and his second wife Natalia Narýshkina and successor to his half-brother Teodoro III (Fiódor Alekséievich), was one of the most prominent rulers in history of Russia, belonging to the Románov Dynasty.
He ruled Russia from May 7 (April 27 C.J.) of 1682, until his death, and before 1696 he did so along with his weak and sickly brother, Ivan V of Russia. It carried out a process of modernization through westernization and expansion that transformed Moscow Russia into one of the main European powers. He married Eudoxia Lopujiná, with whom he had a son and, in second nuptials, with his servant, who would take the title of Catherine I upon succeeding Peter after his death in St. Petersburg on February 8, 1725 as a result of an infection in the bladder
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