Fedor Dorokhin was a nobleman of the rank of petty gentryman (syn boiarskii). All that is known about him is contained in the report of the governor of Kiev, Iu.P. Trubetskoi, who interrogated him after his return from captivity in Ottoman Turkey.
It is likely that Dorokhin entered military service as a youth. In 1660, he was captured by Crimean Tatars in a battle near the city of Chudnov. He spent about two y…
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“Fedor Feoktistov Dorokhin”, in:
Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900, General Editor David Thomas.
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