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Russian Czars During the Reformation: Michael Romanov and Peter the Great

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What did Michael Romanov and Peter the Great have in common?

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1. How did Michael Romanov become Czar of Russia in 1613?

2. What is notable about Michael Romanov's reign as Czar?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet will test your knowledge of the Reformation era and the czars who shaped it.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With these practice questions, you can review:

  • When Michael Romanov was made czar
  • The empires that Romanov defeated
  • Peter the Great
  • Who built Russia's first navy

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Romanov
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about Peter the Great
  • Making connections- use understanding of Russian czars to understand what two of them have in common

Additional Learning

Improve what you know further by using the lesson titled Russian Czars During the Reformation: Michael Romanov and Peter the Great. You can also use this lesson to explore these objectives:

  • Details the 1605 death of czar Boris Godunov
  • Explains Romanov's era as czar
  • Covers Peter the Great's reign as czar
  • Explores the impact the Russian model of ruling had on Europe
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