Zamyslovsky Egor Egorovich( historian)
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Biography Zamyslovsky Egor Egorovich
Born in 1841, Mr.. He graduated from the course to the historical-philological faculty of St. Petersburg University. In 1869, Mr.. he entered a teacher of Russian history in the historical-philological institute, . in 1871, . defended his master's thesis "The reign of Feodor Alekseevich", . was appointed assistant professor at the University Department of Russian history and extraordinary professor of History and Philology Institute,
. In 1884, Mr.. Zamyslovsky defended his doctoral thesis "Herberstein and its historical and geographic news about Russia" and shortly thereafter adopted by the full professor of St. Petersburg University. In 1890, Mr.. Zamyslovsky, sickness, left the service. The main work of Professor Zamyslovsky, especially his thesis dealt with issues of Source, sometimes by limiting their task listing the most salient of facts discovered in the sources. Among other works he issued: "Chronicle of classes Archaeological Commission" (t. V, . VI, . VII, . 1871, . 1875, . 1877), "Tales from the masses and Gerkmana on the Time of Troubles in Russia" (1874), "The significance of the XVIII century in Russian history" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education", . 1871), "Description of Lithuania and other, ,
. Edited Zamyslovsky was prepared is considered the best school atlas of Russian history, which went through three editions (1865, 1869 and 1887); to the latest edition of the appended separate book with explanatory text. The course of Russian history, delivered by Zamyslovsky the university and the institute, distinguished detailing the evidence and in the distribution of the material followed the system adopted by KN. Bestuzhev-Rumin in his "Russian history". Edited Zamyslovsky release of "History of Russian orders" (publication of the Chapter of Orders). Died in 1896. A. M. L.