Likhachev, Nikolai Petrovich( historian, archaeologist and paleographer)
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Biography Likhachev, Nikolai Petrovich
Born April 12, 1862, Mr.. He graduated from the course at the University of Kazan. He received a master's degree in Russian history for his thesis: "The discharge clerks XVI century (St. Petersburg, 1888), Ph.D. - for historical and archaeological sketch:" Paper and oldest paper mills in the Moscow State ". Consists of a corresponding member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences and a board member of the Minister of Education. Its main works: "The library and archive of Muscovy in the XVI century" (St. Petersburg, 1894), "The letter kind Osorgin" (ibid., 1900); "GN. Gorodchaninov and his works "(Kazan, . 1886); "Diplomatique (St. Petersburg, . 1901), "Ancient sphragistics" (ibid., . 1906), "The Case of the arrival in Moscow Anthony Possevino" (ibid., . 1903); "Typography in Kazan for the first half-century of existence in this city printing" (ibid., . 1895), "Lectures on Diplomatique" (ibid., . 1897); "Russian sphragistics" (ibid., . 1900), "Collection of Acts, . collected in archives and libraries "(ibid., . 1895), "Catalog of manifestos, . ordinances and various volatile Russian editions "(ibid., . 1895),
. Many of his articles appeared in "Memoirs of the Eastern Division of the Imperial Russian Archaeological Society," Proceedings of the Division of Russian Language and Literature of the Imperial Academy of Sciences and other publications. Belonging Likhachev wonderful collection of icons - now the property of the Russian Museum of Emperor Alexander III - gave him the opportunity to publish in 1901. Two folio "Materials for the history of Russian iconography", . where 419 tables, images vividly reproduced the evolution of Byzantine, . Italo-Greek and ancient iconic art, . past all the varieties of so-called Novgorod, . Pskov, . Moscow, . Stroganoff, . Yaroslavl and other schools of icon painting,
. Curious "Genealogical history of one landowner library", which became the basis of the huge stacks Likhachev told them, "Russian bibliophiles" (1913, No. 5).