Byron was as little of a philosopher as Peter the Great: both were instances of that rare and useful, but unedifying variation, an energetic genius born without the prejudices or superstitions of his contemporaries.
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Back in the seventeen hundreds, Prince Menshikov threw a party for Peter the Great—the tsar who built this city.
Rick Riordan -- The Throne of Fire
Then, I read more about the Northern War (1700-21) involving Peter the Great, Charles XII, Augustus the Strong, Stanislaus Leczinsky, Mazeppa, von Gorz, Bran— denburg, Western Pomerania, Eastern Pomerania and Denmark, plus the usual dates.