The biochronicle presented by the researcher illustrates the life of Peter literally by the day. Evgeny Anisimov has been collecting materials for the “eternal reference book” for more than 40 years.
Evgeny Anisimov, a scientist from the city on the Neva River, created the digital biochronicle of Peter the Great. The researcher has put together more than 40 thousand facts about the first Russian emperor in an “eternal reference book,” Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports.
Despite the fact that the biography of Peter the Great has been studied in sufficient detail, many details of his life are controversial among historians. So, Evgeny Anisimov expresses the point of view that the Russian ruler died not from the consequences of urological diseases, but from a stroke.
The biochronicle presented by the scientist illustrates the life of Peter literally by the day. Evgeny Anisimov has been collecting materials for the “eternal reference book” for more than 40 years.
Peter the Great is a representative of the Romanov dynasty. He ruled the Russian state from 1689 to 1725. In the years 1697-1698 Peter traveled incognito in Europe, where he gained extensive knowledge in navigation, artillery and shipbuilding.
In an effort to make the state more effective, Peter the Great carried out reforms of public administration, which created the Senate, collegiums, bodies of higher state control and political investigation. In addition, under the Emperor, Spiritual regulations were introduced, the country was divided into provinces, and a new capital, St. Petersburg, was built.
In foreign policy, Peter personally led the army in the Azov campaigns, took part in the development of operations during the Northern War, the Prut and Persian campaigns.
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