Zernin Aleksandr Petrovich( Professor of Kharkov University)
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Biography Zernin Aleksandr Petrovich
(1820 - 1866). He graduated from the Pedagogical Institute and the Chief ibid. remained a teacher of Russian history. In 1847, Mr.. received a master's degree and transferred to an associate professor at Kharkov University. He was not a brilliant lecturer, but is of great benefit students research the subject matter, introducing them to primary sources. His own scientific works testify to the thorough study of the issues involved: "On the relations of the Patriarch of Constantinople to the Russian hierarchy", . "On the establishment of the patriarchate in Russia", . "Nifont, . Bishop of Novgorod ", . Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich ", . "The Emperor Basil the Macedonian", . Sketches, . Polish officials to explain the history of the XVI century. ", . "The Pretender" (about the works of Merimee "Dimitri"), . "The riots in the reign of Alexei Mikhailovich", . "The fate of regionalism in the first three sovereigns of the Romanov dynasty", . review essay Kostomarova - "Bohdan Khmelnytsky",
. Zernin was deeply devoted to science, in a moral sense, he also was very high. D. B.