Re: [sig] Digest Number 1631
> Well, he adopted the Byzantine double-headed eagleWhisht, how many countries used that darn pesky
> after he married Sofia
> Paleologia. Can't name anything else off the top of
> my head
> Vasilisa Myshkina
> Glymm Mere, An Tir
two-headed eagle anyhow?! (Says one who has had to
try to draw the thing).
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- --- In email@example.com, Tracy Kremer <eluned_p@y...> wrote:
> > Well, he adopted the Byzantine double-headed eagleDorogaya Vasilisa Prekrasnaya,
> > after he married Sofia
> > Paleologia. Can't name anything else off the top of
> > my head
> > Vasilisa Myshkina
> > Glymm Mere, An Tir
It was Vanya's Grandad Ivan III Velikiy who wed the Greek lass, not
himself! He married about six times I think, including firstly
Anastasia Romanova, and lastly Mariya Nogaya from the Caucasus.
Funnily enough, what with Ivan being quarter Greek, I have seen
bronze casts of his bust made by the anthropologist Gerasimov from
his disinterred skull, and he looks remarkably like the [extremely
attractive] Russified Greek TV presenter here in Russia, Tina
Kandalakis... I wonder has she been told of this?
Mmmm, for his flag? Just the Moscow crest of St George killing the
dragon on a red shield, stuck on the front of an eaglet?