Velyaminov-Zernov Vladimir( Orientalist and historian)
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Biography Velyaminov-Zernov Vladimir
(1830 - 1904). He graduated from the course in the Alexander Lyceum. While still in high school, he studied languages: Jewish, Arabic and Persian. Serving in the Orenburg region, engaged in practical study of Turkic dialects, until almost completely unexplored, and has written "Historical news of the Kyrgyz-kaysakah and relations between Russia and Central Asia" (Ufa, 1853 - 1855). Affairs of the regional archives relating to local natives, formed the material for his "source for the study sharhanstva complained of Bashkortostan of the Russian sovereign" ( "Notes of the Academy of Sciences", t. V, annex). In 1861, Mr.. extraordinary elected academician of the Academy of Sciences. Leaving the academy in late 1870 due to serious illness, Velyaminov-Zernov was later Maloarkhangelsk (Orel province), Marshal of the Nobility, in 1888. appointed trustee of the Kiev district and was elected an honorary member of the Academy, and in 1889. appointed chairman of an interim commission to review acts of ancient Kiev, Podolia and Volyn provinces. In 1863, Mr.. the first volume of his "Studies on Kasimovskij kings and princes" (published in "Proceedings of the Eastern Division of the Imperial Archaeological Society, Part IX, X, XI, 1863 - 1866, h. XII, 1887, Mr.. and a separate edition, German translation Zenker'a, Lpts., 1867). It clarified several issues relating to the history of the Golden Horde, Crimean, Kazan, Astrakhan and Central Asia. In 1864, Mr.. appeared "Materials for the history of the Crimean Khanate" (French translation, Lpts., 1864), in 1868. Dictionary dzhagataysko-Turkish ". Of his other major works - "History of the Kurds" (in Persian) and "The coins of Bukhara and Khiva (" Western Archeological Society ", t. XIII). Research Sonya-Zernova different consistency and accuracy of techniques used. - See. "Historical Journal" (1891, February; article about 40 years anniversary, 1904, March, obituary).