Andrei Ivanovich Lyzlov was born into a family of Muscovite service nobility. His father had served as a voevoda in provincial towns around Moscow and held offices in the administrative chancelleries before he was named a Duma gentleman and became a patriarchal boyar. Close ties with the patriarchal administration and the learned members of the Chudov Monastery in the Kremlin might expla…
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“Andrei Ivanovich Lyzlov”, in:
Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900, General Editor David Thomas.
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