Brun Philippe Karlovic( historian and archaeologist)
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Biography Brun Philippe Karlovic
(1804 - 80). Initial education in the hostel Muralt, in St. Petersburg, and then attended lectures at Tartu University (from 1821 to 1825). In 1832, Mr.. entered the Richelieu Lyceum, as a teacher of World History and statistics, and four years later was elevated to the rank of extraordinary professor. In 1839, the year of foundation in Odessa Society of History and Antiquities, Bruno started working on the history and archeology, to concentrate on the historical geography of the Black Sea coast. Academy of Sciences (since 1860) was to publish the results of his research, and archaeological commission - to give him all sorts of assignments. In 1864, Mr.. She invited him to check on the spot by investigations on the testimony of Herodotus Scythia. Even earlier (1862), on behalf of the Odessa Society, he traveled to the mouths of the Bug and Dnepr. In 1866, Mr.. He was appointed to correct an associate professor in the department of General History at Novorossiysk University, four years later by the Council of the Novorossiysk University awarded an honorary doctorate of universal history, and the following year was appointed professor. His articles of historical and geographical: "Traces of the camp of Charles XII near Bandar, near the village Varnita" (in "Memoirs of the Odessa Society of History and Antiquities", t. II, 1850); "Noteces historiques et topographiques concernant les colinies italiennes en Gazarie" (St. Petersburg, 1866); "Essai de concordance entre les opinions contradictoires relatives a la Scythie d'Herodote et auz contrees limitrophes. Avec une carte "(St. Petersburg, 1873). Studying the historical topography gave him the opportunity to do the publishing and commenting on notes and travel notes of different travelers of earlier times. From these works we mention: "Journey Gillbera de Lannoy in South Russia in 1421" (in III T. Notes of the Odessa Society of History and Antiquities, 1852), "Journey Ivan Shtiltbergera Europe, Asia and Africa from 1394 to 1437 years" (translation and notes, Odessa, 1866, and I t. Memoirs of Novorossiysk University) and others. In 1877, Mr.. with Palauzovym published a translation of "History of Bulgaria" Irechka, and in 1879. issued the first volume of collection of "Black Sea", is a set of revised and reworked earlier compositions of his historical and geographical and historical. Academy of Sciences crowned this work Bruna Uvarov Prize. Subsequently he was released and the second volume of the collection, already the son of the deceased.