Beneshevich Vladimir( Lawyer)
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Biography Beneshevich Vladimir
(b. 1874). Educated at St. Petersburg University, until autumn 1900. studied at the universities of Heidelberg, Leipzig and Berlin, professors Jellinek, soman, Friedberg, Kalya and Harnack. He studied Greek and Slavic manuscripts in the libraries of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Vienna, Munich, Paris, Venice, Rome, Constantinople, Athens, core Patmos, Athos, Sinai and Cairo. In 1911, Mr.. elected to the chair of ecclesiastical law. His master's thesis: "The canonical collection XIV titles in the second quarter of the VII century up to 883 years. For the ancient history of the sources of law of the Greek-Eastern Church "(St. Petersburg, 1905). Collection, is the subject of Beneshevich, long known as Nomocanon Patriarch Photius. Beneshevich set out to establish the grounds and show how to determine the different lists Nomocanon its initial composition (VII cent.) And the later additions (VIII and IX centuries). Other major works Beneshevich: "Two lists of the Slavic translation Syntagma Matthew Vlastar stored in the library of the Synod of St. Petersburg". (Proceedings of the Division. Russian Language and Literature of the Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1901, t. VI, Prince. 4); "Kirchenrecht" (bibliographic review of Russian literature in the "Jahrbuch d. Internat. Verein. f. vergl. Rechtswissenschaft und Volkswirtschaftslehre zu Berlin ", t. V, h. 2, 1902, t. VI, h. 2, 1903); "Codex JustineusN" ( "Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung fur Rechtsgeschichte", Rom. Abth., 1903, t. XXVI); "Applications to the study:" The canonical collection XIV titles in the second quarter of the VII century up to 883 g. (St. Petersburg, 1905), "the ancient Slavonic helmsman XIV titles, without interpretations" (t. I, St. Petersburg., 1906), "The will of the Byzantine nobleman XI century" (Journal of the Ministry of National Education, 1907, May); "Vision" Diadochi, Bishop fotikiyskogo in Epirus "(" Notes of the Imperial Academy of Sciences ", t. VIII, N 11, and Dep. SPb., 1908), "Monuments of ancient canon law, XI - XV centuries (Rousseau. East. Bibl., T. VI, ed. 2-e); Procheron "(Ho procheiros nomos (Greek)) in the modern Russian literature" ( "Legal Notes", published. Demid. Legal. Lyceum, 1909, t. I); "Peter answered Hartofilaksa (St. Petersburg, 1909). Beneshevich employee is present "Dictionary".