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Peter II (reigned 172730) and Empress, anna (reigned 173040). What sometimes appeared as irresolution and procrastination was most often a wise suspension of judgment under exceptionally difficult circumstances. Anna died on October 17, 1740 at the age of 47 from a terrible kidney stone that made for a slow and painful death. The document of " Conditions " was presented to Anna in January, and she signed the same on, which was just around the time of his death. Petersburg at some point between 23 October and 1 December 1707.
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