Aristov, Nikolai Yakovlevich( historian ()
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Biography Aristov, Nikolai Yakovlevich
(born in 1834, died Aug. 26, 1882). The son of a village priest in Tambov province, and. received higher education at the Kazan Theological Academy, where, under the influence of VI. Grigorovich, A.P. Shchapova, A. began studying Russian history, from Shchapova he took over and his senior scientific outlook. A Kandidatsk essay. was written on the proposed Shchapova theme: "A look of ancient Russian chronicles the events of the World" (published in "Orthodox interlocutors, 1859). Consisting teacher in Simbirsk Theological Seminary, A. placed several articles in Russian Conversation, "" Orthodox interlocutors "," Christian Spirit ". Leaving the service in 1861 and moved to St. Petersburg, A. met here with Shchapova and for several years lived journalistic work, placing articles on the history and reviews in the "Library for Reading," "Notes of the Fatherland", "Northern Lights," "Notes of a branch of ethnography Geographic Society and others. In 1866 he defended his thesis for a master's degree in Russian history: "Industry of ancient Russia (St. Petersburg, 1866). The following year he was invited lecturer at Kazan University, and in 1869 received a professorship at Warsaw. Received a Ph.D. for a thesis: "Moscow turmoil during the reign of the princess Sophia" (Warsaw, 1871). In 1873 A. moved to the University of Kharkov, and in 1875 became chair of Russian history and an inspector in the historical-philological institute in Nizhin. In recent years, a life. collaborated in the "Ancient and Modern Russia", "Church public Bulletin", "Historical Messenger," Proceedings of the Institute of History and Philology kn. Bezborodko "," Age "and other journals. The most significant works of, except the dissertation: "Readings on Russian history for the study of ancient life, letters and literature to the XVI century" (Warsaw, 1870), "The historical significance of the Russian robber songs" (Voronezh, 1875); "A.P. Shchapov, his life and works "(St. Petersburg, 1882);" Works NI. Gogol on the part of domestic science "(St. Petersburg, 1883). Like Shchapova, A. most interested in the history of the masses, its ideals and movements. - Wed. Languages, "Review of the life and works of Russian writers of the deceased," No.. 2, "Russian Biographical Dictionary", t. II.