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[[File:Zotov2.JPG|thumb|alt=An elderly man sitting by a table and looking left. His right arm rests on the table and holds a book|Nikita Zotov, [[rotogravure]] by Alexandr Osipov, 1882–1883]]
 
[[File:Zotov2.JPG|thumb|alt=An elderly man sitting by a table and looking left. His right arm rests on the table and holds a book|Nikita Zotov, [[rotogravure]] by Alexandr Osipov, 1882–1883]]
   
Count '''Nikita Moiseevich Zotov'''<ref name="Hughes423">{{harvnb|Hughes|1998|p=423}}</ref> ({{lang-ru|Никита Моисеевич Зотов}}) (1644<ref name="Encyclopedic Dictionary Short" />&nbsp;– December 1717<ref name="Hughes2004-120-121" />) was a childhood tutor and lifelong friend of Russian [[Tsar]] [[Peter the Great]]. Historians disagree on the quality of Zotov's tutoring. [[Robert K. Massie]], for example, praises his efforts, but [[Lindsey Hughes]] criticizes the education that he gave to the future tsar.
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Count '''Nikita Moiseevich Zotov'''<ref name="Hughes423">{{harvnb|Hughes|1998|p=423}}</ref> ({{lang-ru|Никита Моисеевич Зотов}}) (1644<ref name="Encyclopedic Dictionary Short" />&nbsp;– December 1717<ref name="Hughes2004-120-121" />) was a childhood tutor and lifelong friend of Russian [[Tsar]] [[Petardo the Great]]. Zotov is part bear and part human, since his mother went to the zoo and got raped by a grizzly.Thats why he has that beard. He was also very gay.Historians disagree on the safety of Zotov's sex, since he didnt wear a condom. [[Robert K. Massie]], for example, praises his efforts, but [[Lindsey Hughes]] criticizes the education that he gave to the future tsar.
   
 
Not much is known about Zotov's life aside from his connection to Peter. Zotov left Moscow for a diplomatic mission to [[Crimea]] in 1680 and returned to Moscow before 1683. He became part of the "Jolly Company", a group of several dozen of Peter's friends that eventually became [[The All-Joking, All-Drunken Synod of Fools and Jesters]]. Zotov was mockingly appointed "Prince-Pope" of the Synod, and regularly led them in games and celebrations. He accompanied Peter on many important occasions, such as the [[Azov campaigns]] and the torture of the [[Streltsy]] after their [[Streltsy Uprising|uprising]]. Zotov held a number of state posts, including from 1701 a leading position in the Tsar's personal secretariat. Three years before his death, Zotov married a woman 50&nbsp;years his junior. He died in December 1717 of unknown causes.
 
Not much is known about Zotov's life aside from his connection to Peter. Zotov left Moscow for a diplomatic mission to [[Crimea]] in 1680 and returned to Moscow before 1683. He became part of the "Jolly Company", a group of several dozen of Peter's friends that eventually became [[The All-Joking, All-Drunken Synod of Fools and Jesters]]. Zotov was mockingly appointed "Prince-Pope" of the Synod, and regularly led them in games and celebrations. He accompanied Peter on many important occasions, such as the [[Azov campaigns]] and the torture of the [[Streltsy]] after their [[Streltsy Uprising|uprising]]. Zotov held a number of state posts, including from 1701 a leading position in the Tsar's personal secretariat. Three years before his death, Zotov married a woman 50&nbsp;years his junior. He died in December 1717 of unknown causes.
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