Krachkovskii Ignatius Yulianovich( Orientalist)
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Biography Krachkovskii Ignatius Yulianovich
Born in 1883, he graduated to the Arab-Persian-Turkish-Tatar-level faculty of oriental languages at St. Petersburg University. Received a gold medal for an essay on Arabic literature, "The reign of the Caliph al-Mehdi. Consists assistant professor of Arabic poetry, Christian-Arabic literature and modern literature of the Arabs. Major works: "The poetic works of Abu-l-Amax" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division of the Imperial Russian Archaeological Society, t. XVIII); "Arabica" ( "Byzantine chronicle, t. XIII - XIV); "Mutanabbi and Abu-l-Ala (" Notes of the Eastern Division, t. XIX); "New Testament apocrypha in the Arabic manuscripts" ( "Byzantine times, t. XIV); "Oriental Faculty of the University of Saint Joseph in Beirut" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education, 1910)," The Legend of Saint George in the Arabic edition "(" Living Antiquity ", t. XIX); "Poet koreyshitskoy galaxy" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division, t. XX), "The historical novel in modern Arabic literature" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education", 1911); "Abu-Hanifa ad-Dinaweri" (Leiden, 1912); Hamas Buhturi and its first researcher in Europe "(" Notes of the East Branches ", t. XXI); "from the Ethiopian geographical literature" (The Christian Orient, t. I); "From the Arab press of Egypt" ( "The World of Islam", t. I); "the description of manuscripts Tayfura and Ibn al-Suli (" Notes of the Eastern Division "T. XXI); "One of the Melkite versions Arab Synaxarion" (The Christian Orient, t. II); "Arab manuscripts of the public library in Alexandria" ( "Notes of the Eastern Division, t. XXII) "Abu al-Faraj al-Va'va Damascus. Materials for the characteristics of poetic creativity "(Petrograd, 1914).