Mankeev Chirikov( Historian)
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Biography Mankeev Chirikov
(died 1723), of Polish origin (Mankewitz and Mankeewitz). During the war with the Swedes Mankeev hit in 1700, Mr.. prisoner. In Stockholm, he served in the Office of the Russian residents of Prince Hilkova. Upon his return to Russia he was appointed in 1720, Mr.. "translator Swedish, Latin, Polish languages" in the college of Foreign Affairs. Went with the AI. Rumyantsev in Stockholm, in 1721. was on Nishtadtskom Congress, in 1722 - 23 years was sent to the distinction between Russia and Sweden. While in captivity, Mankeev amounted to 1715 g. its "core of the history of Russia", which, through Rumyantsev presented to Peter. His work, . account of events was adjusted to 1712, . favorably differed from the most common then as a general review of the "Synopsis" Innocent Gizel (XIX, . 479) is somewhat less bugs and especially, . that given by the chronicle and other materials of the history of the north-eastern Russia,
. For a long time "core" covered only in manuscripts and was first published in 1770, Mr.. Miller, who attributed it to Prince Hilkova. Although, . By that time the development of Russia's history has moved forward considerably, . despite heavyish the era of Catherine the syllable, . "Core" found readers, . was issued by another 3 times (1784, . 1791 and 1799 respectively) and even appeared in a German translation in Moscow around 1781 g,
. and Leipzig in 1782, Mr.. Because Mankeev used in the preparation of "core" some sources now unknown, his work has a certain price in the eyes of specialists and still. - See. Soloviev Writers XVIII century Russian history. " (in the "Archives" Kalacheva, Volume II); Prince M. Obolensky, "Information about the author of" The kernels of Russia's history "AI. Mankeeve ( "Bibliographical Notes" 1858, No. 2; ib.,? 19, a small article about the Polish form Krasowski names Mankeev) and. Tokmakov "Materials for the History of Russian and foreign bibliography" ( "Bibliography", 1886, No 6 - 7, documents Mankeeve, part of the already given in the article Obolensky); VS. Ikonnikov "The experience of Russian historiography, Volume II.