Nikitskiy Alexander( Historian)
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Biography Nikitskiy Alexander
(1842 - 1886). Native g. Cherepovets, Novgorod province, a student of the Novgorod school and the University of St. Vladimir. Nikitskiy was first a teacher of history in high school, then a professor and dean of the University of Warsaw. Scientific activities Nikitskogo was devoted mainly the history of Veliky Novgorod and Pskov. These include: "Sketches from the life of Veliky Novgorod: 1) the governing council and 2) at St. John Flask" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education", . 1869, . ? 10, . and 1870, . ? 8), . "The theory of tribal life in ancient Russia" (Journal of Europe ", . 1870, . ? 8), . "The military way of life in Veliky Novgorod in the XI - XV centuries" ( "Russian Antiquities", . 1870, . t,
. I), "Who was Gediminas. He died in 1345? "(Ib., 1871, t. IV), . "Essay on the internal history of Pskov" (Master's thesis, . St.Petersburg, . 1873), . "Essay on the internal history of the church in Veliky Novgorod" (doctoral dissertation, St. Petersburg, . 1879), . "On the publication of Novgorod scribe books" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education", . 1880, . ? 12), . "A note on the origin of the name of Ermak" (ib., . 1882, . ? 5), . "The history of economic life of Veliky Novgorod,
. I. Rudiments of economic life of the Novgorod IX - XII in. II. Economic life of Veliky Novgorod in the XIII century. III. Triumph of the Moscow Order XIV - XV centuries., 1) The beginnings of a money economy and 2) Trade with the West "(in the" Readings of the Moscow Society of History and Antiquities of Russian, 1883, t. I and II); "Accession of Novgorod the Great to the Moscow State" (Novgorod Provincial Gazette, 1860), "On the measures in Ancient Rus" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education, 1894, h. CCXCII). Both the thesis and "History of economic life of Veliky Novgorod" are valuable contributions to the science of history and hitherto the only complete and accurate research on the issues raised in them. - Wed. The Russian Biographical Dictionary ".