Ezbera Fyodor Ivanovich( philologist)
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Biography Ezbera Fyodor Ivanovich
(1829 - 1901), a native of the Czech Republic. Consisted assistant professor in the department of Slavic tongues at Warsaw University. Travel to Russia, Ezbera was a collection of objects of ethnographic drawings, models, icons, and T. n. and are arranged in Warsaw, "All-Russia Museum" (description and catalog of the museum published in Warsaw in 1879). He promoted the belief in the saving of all the Western Slavs who use Latin alphabet, the transition to the Slavic letter, t. e. to the Cyrillic alphabet, as a means to achieve unification at least in the letter, a powerful factor in the literary reciprocity. Number of his works on this subject was called back in 1858. brochure (in Czech) "Cyril and Methodius". In 1860, Mr.. published his article "On the writings of all Slavs". Since that time, most of his pamphlets, written in Czech language, or one printed in Cyrillic, or in conjunction with these characters and Latin. Russian letters published in the Russian-Slavic spirit published them in 1863. Journal Slovesnik.