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Empress Elizabeth Petrovna, V. Eriksen, 18th century. She died "without descendants", but years later a girl of striking resemblance to her, known as Tarakanova, claimed to be her daughter. It seems that the empress had another girl from her secret marriage, Augusta later the nun Dosifeya./ Murió "sin descendencia" pero años después una chica de gran parecido, Princesa Tarakanova, decía ser su hija. Parece ser que la emperatriz tuvo otra niña de su matrimonio secreto, Augusta (hermana…

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Portrait by Alexey Antropov of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna Romanova (29 Dec 1709-5 Jan 1762 age 52) Russia. 5th child of Tsar Peter I The Great Alekseyevich Romanov (9 Jun 1672-8 Feb 1725 age 52) Russia & 2nd wife Empress Catherine I Alexeyevna Romanova (Marta Elena Skavronska) (15 Apr 1684-17 May 1727 age 43) Poland. Location in 2015 The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Portrait by Louis Caravaque abt 1720 of future Empress Elizabeth Petrovna Romanova (29 Dec 1709-5 Jan 1762 age 52) Russia in embroidered silver dress & a red mantle. 5th child of Tsar Peter I The Great Alekseyevich Romanov (9 Jun 1672-8 Feb 1725 age 52) Russia & 2nd wife Empress Catherine I Alexeyevna Romanova (Marta Elena Skavronska) (15 Apr 1684-17 May 1727 age 43) Poland. Located in 2015 in The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia-bought 1994 from private German Collector.