Lavrov, Petr Alekseevich( Slavic Studies and scholar)
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Biography Lavrov, Petr Alekseevich
Born in 1856. He graduated from the course to the historical-philological faculty of Moscow University. In 1885, Mr.. visited the South Slavic countries and worked in the local library and archives. Upon his return, he defended his master's thesis: "Peter II Njegos and his literary activity". By 1890, in collaboration with others, to finish the AL. Duvernoit Bulgarian-Russian dictionary. In 1893, Mr.. defended his doctoral dissertation: "Overview of sound and the formal features of the Bulgarian language" (Moscow, 1893). Print as: "A brief grammar of the Serbian language" in the dictionary Michatka and brief grammar of the Bulgarian language "in the dictionary Michatka and separately. In the monastic libraries of the Holy Mountain, as well as in Sofia and Belgrade, studied South Slavic Bulgarian and Serbian manuscripts. Letter Lavrov on this trip published in "Collection of the Academy of Sciences, and his collection of apocryphal texts came out in book form in the same edition. In 1895, Mr.. book "Clement, bishop of Slovenian", launched in. Undolskim and finished Lavrov. The "book to read on the history of the Middle Ages," Professor Vinogradov Lavrov placed with comments in Russian translation Slavic Lives of Cyril and Methodius, the Greek legend of St. Clement and the Latin legend. He managed to find and print the publication of the Academy a number of Slovenian words of Clement, "The Life of St. Naum Ohridski" (St. Petersburg, 1907), "The Life of Methodius" (Moscow, 1895). He took an active part in the "Proceedings of the Slavonic Committee of the Moscow Archaeological Society, states at one time his secretary. Since 1900. professor at the University of Petrograd. In 1900, Mr.. traveled to Macedonia, taking part in the expedition of Academician NP. Kondakova. Taught Slavic language in the historical-philological institute, South Slavic palaeography of the Archaeological Institute, he taught the history of Slavic literature at the University for Women. In 1902, Mr.. was in Zagreb and in Prague, where he studied the manuscripts Safarik in the Czech Museum. Most of the works devoted to Lavrov South Slavic literature and folklore. Such, for example: "Damascus Studio and its collections of Damascus" (Odessa), "On the Synodikon Tsar Boris" (Odessa), "Lives of the Saints in Kherson Greco-Slavic Literature (Moscow, 1910)," Instructions punitive Wallachia governor Him "(St. Petersburg, 1904). Responding to the political events of the last time, printed Lavrov: "The annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the attitude of the Slavs" (Herald of Europe, 1909. and separately, with considerable additions), "Balkan Union and Serbia", "Serbo-Bulgarian dispute over Macedonia", "Balkan Union and its current crisis". A member of this dictionary.