Bartold, Vasily Vladimirovich( Orientalist)
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Biography Bartold, Vasily Vladimirovich
Born in 1869, was educated at St. Petersburg University in the Faculty of Oriental Languages. In 1900, . to protect the dissertation "Turkestan in the era of the Mongol invasions" (parts 1 and I 2-I, . Petersburg., . 1898 - 1900), . received his doctorate in the history of the East, in 1901 he was appointed extraordinary, . in 1906 ordinary professor of St. Petersburg University and in 1904 produced the excavations in the vicinity of Samarkand, in 1910 was elected a corresponding member of Academy of Sciences,
. Major works (except dissertation): "On Christianity in Turkestan in the pre-Mongol period" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division of the Imperial Russian Archaeological Society, t. VIII (1893 - 94), German translation: "Zur Geschichte des Christentums in Mittel-Asien bis zur mongolischen Eroberung" (Tц+bingen, 1901), "Education of the empire of Genghis Khan" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division, t. X, 1896), "Report on a trip to Central Asia in 1893 - 94 years" (St. Petersburg, 1897, and "Notes of the Academy of Sciences, Department of History and Philology, 8-series, T. I, N 4), "Essay on the history Semirech'ya" ( "Memorial book Semirechensk field", t. II, True, 1898), "Report on trip to Turkestan" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division of the Archaeological Society, t. XV, . 1902 - 03); "Historical and geographical overview of Iran" (St. Petersburg, . 1903, . university course), "Information about the Aral Sea and the lower reaches of the Amu Darya from ancient times until the XVII century" (Tashkent, . 1902); German translation: "Nachrichten uber den Aralsee und den unteren Lauf des Amu-Darja" (L., . 1911); "Zur Geschichte der Saffariden" ( "Orientalische Studien", . I, . 1906), "On some Oriental manuscripts in the libraries of Constantinople and Cairo" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division", . t,
. XVIII, 1908), "Review of the Faculty of 1855 - 1905 years" ( "Materials for the history of the Faculty of Oriental Languages, t. IV, 1909), "On the history of Merv" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division, t. XIX, 1909), "The Persian inscription on the wall of Ani Mosque Manuche" ( "Ani Series", N 5, 1911), "History of Oriental Studies in Europe and in Russia (St. Petersburg, 1911, university course).