Artamon Sergueïevitch Matveïev (en russe : Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев), né en 1625 et mort le 27 mai 1682 à Moscou, est un diplomate et homme politique russe. Il dirigea le Prikase Malorossiysky (Département des affaires ukrainiennes) (1669), puis le Prikaze Posolsky (Département de la diplomatie) de 1671 à 1676. Conseiller d'Alexis Ier de Russie, il fut aussi chef des streltsy.

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  • Artamon Sergueïevitch Matveïev (en russe : Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев), né en 1625 et mort le 27 mai 1682 à Moscou, est un diplomate et homme politique russe. Il dirigea le Prikase Malorossiysky (Département des affaires ukrainiennes) (1669), puis le Prikaze Posolsky (Département de la diplomatie) de 1671 à 1676. Conseiller d'Alexis Ier de Russie, il fut aussi chef des streltsy.
  • Артамо́н Серге́евич Матве́ев (1625 — 15 (25) мая 1682, Москва) — русский государственный деятель, «великого государя ближний боярин», руководитель русского правительства в конце царствования Алексея Михайловича, один из первых «западников». Стоял у истоков придворного театра. Отец графа Андрея Матвеева.
  • Artamon Sergeyevich Matveyev (Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев in Russian) (1625–1682) was a Russian statesman, diplomat and reformer.Because his father - Sergey Matveyev - was a notable diplomat, Artamon Matveyev was brought up at the royal court since the age of thirteen, where he would become close friends with Alexius I. Matveyev started his career as a government official, who worked in Ukraine and took part in some of Russia's wars with Poland. He was a member of the Russian delegation at the conclusion of the Treaty of Pereyaslav in 1654 and Russian diplomatic mission to Poland in 1656-1657. As the head of the Streltsy Department, Matveyev participated in suppression of the Copper Riot in 1662. Seven years later, he was put in charge of the Malorossiysky Prikaz, i.e. Ministry of the Ukrainian Affairs, and in 1671 - head of the Posolsky Prikaz (foreign affairs office) and other ministries. Matveyev was known to have considered unification of Ukraine and Russia as the most important issue of the Russian foreign policy. He once said that it was even possible to temporarily forget about the struggle with the Swedes for the Baltic Sea for the sake of unification with Ukraine. In 1672, Matveyev managed to secure Kiev for Russia during the talks with Poland.In 1671, the tsar Alexius I and Artamon were already on intimate terms, and, on the retirement of Afanasy Ordin-Nashchokin, Matveyev became the tsar's chief counselor. It was at his house that Alexius, after the death of his first consort Maria Miloslavskaya, met Matveyev's ward and favorite student, the beautiful Natalia Naryshkina, whom he married on January 22, 1671. At the end of the year Matveyev was raised to the rank of okolnichy, and on September 1, 1674 attained the still higher dignity of boyar. The deplorable physical condition of Alexius's immediate successor, Feodor III, suggested to Matveyev the desirability of elevating to the throne the sturdy little tsarevich Peter, then in his fourth year. He purchased the allegiance of the Streltsy and then, summoning the boyars of the council, earnestly represented to them that Feodor was unable to reign and urged the substitution of little Peter. But the reactionary boyars, among whom were the near kinsmen of Feodor, proclaimed him tsar and Matveyev was banished to Pustozyorsk, where he remained till Feodor's death on May 7, 1682. Immediately afterwards Peter was proclaimed tsar by Patriarch Joachim, and the first ukaz issued in Peter's name summoned Matveyev to return to the capital and act as chief adviser to the tsaritsa Natalia. Matveyev came to Moscow on May 11, and four days later had to meet with the rebellious Streltsy, who had been instigated to rebel by the anti-Petrine faction. He had already succeeded in partially pacifying them, when one of their colonels began to abuse the still hesitating and suspicious musketeers. Infuriated, they seized Matveyev and hacked him to pieces.Matveyev was a very educated and versatile individual for his time. He organized a publishing house on the premises of the Posolsky Prikaz and compiled the so-called Book of Titles (Царский титулярник), an illustrated reference book about titles of the Russian tsar and foreign rulers, with some information on Russian history, pictures of different coats of arms, stamps, monarchs and patriarchs. Matveyev was also a collector of rare books and had a huge library. He decorated his house with pieces of fine art, optical devices and models of different ships. Matveyev was the one to introduce theater to the court by organizing a group of actors who staged various plays. He was also one of the organizers of the first apothecary in Moscow. His son Andrey Matveev was made a count and served as the first President of Justice Collegium.
  • Artamon Sergejewitsch Matwejew (* 1625; † 15. Mai 1682) war ein russischer Politiker.Matwejew war ein Vertrauter des Zaren Alexei und während dessen Regierungszeit Erster des Gesandtschaftsprikas. Dank seiner Verbindungen zu Ausländern wurde ihm der Beiname Der Westler gegeben. Bezeichnend für das enge Verhältnis zum Zaren ist, dass dieser seine zukünftige Gemahlin Natalja Kirillowna Naryschkina, deren Vormund Matwejew wurde, in Matwejews Haus traf. Beim Tode des Zaren, 1676, wurde er von der, durch ihre Verwandtschaft mit Fjodor III. einflussreichen, Familie der Miloslawskij der Ermordung des Zaren und des Gebrauchs schwarzer Magie beschuldigt. Die nächsten Jahre bis 1682 in der Verbannung. Erst beim Tode des Zaren wurde er von der Mutter des neuen Herrschers Peter, die besagte Naryschkina war, zurückgerufen, die zu diesem Zeitpunkt Regentin war. Als Matwejew am 11. Mai in Moskau ankam hatten die Schwester des Zaren, Sofia Alexejewna, und ihr Onkel Iwan Miloslawskij Unruhen unter den Strelitzen geschürt. Sie behaupteten, dass die Regentin Iwan, den anderen Sohn Alexejs ermordet hätten. Nachdem es ihm vorerst gelungen war, die am 15. Mai in den Kreml gestürmten Strelitzen zu beruhigen, wurde er von diesen schließlich ermordet und verstümmelt. Seine Körperstücke wurden von einem Diener gesammelt und seiner Familie überbracht. Seine Enkelin, Marie Hamilton, sollte später Geliebte Peters des Großen werden.
  • Artamón Serguéievich Matvéyev (en en ruso: Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев), nacido en 1625 y fallecido el 27 de mayo de 1682 en Moscú fue un diplomático y político ruso. Dirigió el Malorossiyski Prikaz (Departamento de asuntos ucranianos) (1669), y más tarde el Posolski Prikaz (Ministerio de diplomacia) de 1671 a 1676. Consejero de Alejo I de Rusia, también fue el jefe de los streltsí.
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  • Artamon Sergueïevitch Matveïev (en russe : Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев), né en 1625 et mort le 27 mai 1682 à Moscou, est un diplomate et homme politique russe. Il dirigea le Prikase Malorossiysky (Département des affaires ukrainiennes) (1669), puis le Prikaze Posolsky (Département de la diplomatie) de 1671 à 1676. Conseiller d'Alexis Ier de Russie, il fut aussi chef des streltsy.
  • Артамо́н Серге́евич Матве́ев (1625 — 15 (25) мая 1682, Москва) — русский государственный деятель, «великого государя ближний боярин», руководитель русского правительства в конце царствования Алексея Михайловича, один из первых «западников». Стоял у истоков придворного театра. Отец графа Андрея Матвеева.
  • Artamón Serguéievich Matvéyev (en en ruso: Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев), nacido en 1625 y fallecido el 27 de mayo de 1682 en Moscú fue un diplomático y político ruso. Dirigió el Malorossiyski Prikaz (Departamento de asuntos ucranianos) (1669), y más tarde el Posolski Prikaz (Ministerio de diplomacia) de 1671 a 1676. Consejero de Alejo I de Rusia, también fue el jefe de los streltsí.
  • Artamon Sergeyevich Matveyev (Артамон Сергеевич Матвеев in Russian) (1625–1682) was a Russian statesman, diplomat and reformer.Because his father - Sergey Matveyev - was a notable diplomat, Artamon Matveyev was brought up at the royal court since the age of thirteen, where he would become close friends with Alexius I. Matveyev started his career as a government official, who worked in Ukraine and took part in some of Russia's wars with Poland.
  • Artamon Sergejewitsch Matwejew (* 1625; † 15. Mai 1682) war ein russischer Politiker.Matwejew war ein Vertrauter des Zaren Alexei und während dessen Regierungszeit Erster des Gesandtschaftsprikas. Dank seiner Verbindungen zu Ausländern wurde ihm der Beiname Der Westler gegeben. Bezeichnend für das enge Verhältnis zum Zaren ist, dass dieser seine zukünftige Gemahlin Natalja Kirillowna Naryschkina, deren Vormund Matwejew wurde, in Matwejews Haus traf.
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  • Artamon Matveyev
  • Artamon Sergejewitsch Matwejew
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  • Матвеев, Артамон Сергеевич
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