К ГОСПОДАРЮ НАШЕМУ ПИСАЛ ФРАНЦОВСКОЙ КОРОЛЬ О ЛЮБВИ: ГЕНРИХ III ДЕ ВАЛУА И ИМПЕРАТОРЫ МОСКОВИИ

Translated title of the contribution: The French king wrote to our sovereign about love: Henry III de valois and the emperors of muscovy

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Abstract

This article is an analytical review of five letters by King Henry III of France and Poland to the Russian tsars Ivan IV and Fyodor I between 1574 and 1588. The author reconstructs their content based on extant sources from archive collections in Russian and French libraries. The appendix provides evidence about the attribution of one of Henry III's letters from 1588, which was previously considered to have been addressed to Fyodor by Henry IV de Bourbon in 1589: its transcription based on three copies with a Russian translation. Based on the materials of royal and diplomatic correspondence, the article also traces the evolution of relations between the monarchs of the two countries in the second half of the sixteenth century.

Translated title of the contributionThe French king wrote to our sovereign about love: Henry III de valois and the emperors of muscovy
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)939-962
Number of pages24
JournalQuaestio Rossica
Volume8
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 3 Sep 2020

Scopus subject areas

  • Cultural Studies
  • Language and Linguistics
  • History
  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts
  • Linguistics and Language
  • Literature and Literary Theory

Keywords

  • Franco-Russian relations
  • FYODOR I
  • Henry III de Valois
  • HISTORY OF SIXTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE
  • HISTORY OF SIXTEENTH-CENTURY RUSSIA
  • Ivan IV
  • Livonian War
  • NORTHERN TRADE
  • religious wars
  • ГЕНРИХ III ДЕ ВАЛУА
  • Иван IV Васильевич
  • история России XVI в
  • ИСТОРИЯ ФРАНЦИИ XVI В
  • Ливонская война
  • религиозные войны
  • русско-французские отношения
  • СЕВЕРНАЯ ТОРГОВЛЯ
  • Федор I Иванович

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