Eudoxia Streshneva
Historical Figure
Nationality: Russia
Religion: Eastern Orthodox
Date of Birth: 1608
Date of Death: 18 August 1645
Occupation: Tsarista of All Russia
Parents: Lukyan Stepanovich Streshnyov, Anna Konstantinovna Volkonskaya
Spouse: Michael of Russia
Affiliations: House of Romanov (by marriage)
1632 series
POD: May, 1631
Appearance(s): Grantville Gazette IX
1636: The Kremlin Games
1637: The Volga Rules
Type of Appearance: Direct
Eudoxia Streshneva (Russian: Евдоки́я Лукья́новна Стрешнёва, Yevdokiya Lukyanovna Streshnyova) (1608 – 18 August 1645) was the second wife of Tsar Mikhail. She was a daughter of a nobleman Lukyan Stepanovich Streshnyov from Mozhaysk, who died in 1630, and his wife Anna Konstantinovna Volkonskaya.

Eudoxia Streshneva in 1632Edit

Note: Huff and Goodlett render her name as Evdokia.

Note: Eudoxia is the saint of health

As the wife of Czar Mikhail, Eudoxia Streshneva was very bored with her palace life in Moscow. Despite her nobility, she received less attention from her palace's staff, though her married life was satisfactory and she was content with her relationship with Mikhail. She was present when her husband Czar Mikhail and their court saw their guest Bernie Zeppi. Eudoxia was amazed and astonished by the things that were brought to her time from four hundred years in the future, especially the thought of actually flying in the sky. However, she and her husband were aware of the fact that their royal position was precarious and that any changes to Russia's society would further endanger their situation.