Under his son Christian I., who succeeded in 1586, the chief power was wielded by the chancellor Nikolas Crell, who strongly favoured Calvinism; but, when Christian II.
Between Nikolas Land and the mainland two islands were discovered and named Alexis and Starokadomski, each with a greatest width of about 6 miles.
Some further surveys of Nikolas Land were made, but ice conditions were bad.
Nikolas Land extends from lat.
Nikolas Cassidine (Laura's son with Stavros Cassidine) is considered a member of the family as is Elizabeth Webber (by marriage to Lucky) and her two sons Cameron Webber (with Zander Smith) and Jake Spencer (with Jason Morgan).
His sister Courtney passed away during the virus storyline though her son Spencer lives with his father Nikolas Cassidine and does not appear to be often remembered as a Corinthos.
Nichols joined the cast in 1985, leaving in 1990 (he did a stint on General Hospital as Nikolas Cassadine's uncle Stefan) but returned to his role on Days in 2006.
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