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- Salomea Nikolayevna Andronikova
(Russian: Саломея Николаевна Андроникова) (also known
as Salomea Ivanovna Andronikova
), born Salome Andronikashvili
- Hana Andronikova
1967 – 20 December
2011) was a Czech
was born in Zlín. After attending
in Zlín, she studied...
- (1963–1994), Czech pianist
Hana Jonášová (born 1966), Czech opera singer
(1967–2011), Czech writer
Hana Říčná (born 1968), Czechoslovak
in the book "Russian Masons
and Revolution." He married Salomea Andronikova
; for a long time the couple lived
in London, and...
- Zvuk slunečních hodin
is a Czech
by Hana Andronikova
. It was first published
- unrequitedly, with a Georgian princess
and St. Petersburg socialite Salomea Andronikova
, to whom Mandelstam dedicated
his poem "Solominka" (1916). In 1922, Mandelstam...
(b. 1917) Hugh Marlowe, American actor
(b. 1911) May 8 Salomea Andronikova
, Georgian-Russian socialite
(b. 1888) Gilles
in the Russian service Salomea Andronikova
(1888–1982), socialite Alexander Andronikashvili
Bakhrakh, and the Georgian
émigré princess Salomea Andronikova
, who became
her main source
support. Her poetry
in the Imperial Russian
army; and his father's sister, Salomea Andronikova
(1888-1982), was a prominent socialite
in the Silver
Age of Russian
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