Eupraxia of Kiev

The Case of Eupraxia of Kiev

Eupraxia of Kiev was born circa 1070 as the daughter of Vsevolod I, Prince of Kiev and his wife, Anna. As with many women from the medieval eastern European Kingdom of Rus’, there is very little information about her, despite the fact that she married a Holy Roman Emperor. There is just one surviving primary source [read more]

Alexandra Feodorovna

Results of “Yekaterinburg remains” DNA-testing once again delayed

Although it had previously been announced that the results of the DNA-tests currently being conducted on the “Yekaterinburg remains”, or the remains of Emperor Nicholas II, Alexandra Feodorovna and their five children, would be announced in the second quarter of 2017, they have been delayed until November 2017 without an obvious reason. A meeting has [read more]