Andrey Popov( researcher of ancient Russian literature and historian)
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Biography Andrey Popov
1841 - 1881
. Tambov native, . graduate of Moscow University, . extraordinary professor Lazarevsky Institute, . Secretary of the Moscow Society of History and Antiquities and the editor of its "Reading" (from 1877), . Honorary Doctor of Russian literature (from the Moscow University) and member of the Academy of Sciences,
. He began his labor activities, topped with a full Uvarov Prize - "Review of Russian edition chronographs" to "chosen of (anthologies) of Slavic and Russian works, and articles made to the Russian edition chronographs (Moscow, 1866 - 1869). This "Overview", . in which the author classified the vast amount of material, . determine the dependence of our chronographs from the Byzantine and Western models, . unveiled many interesting excerpts from the hitherto unknown manuscripts and a detailed description of the remaining, . is, . according I.I,
. Sreznevsky, capital purchase of our literature ". The continuation of this kind of work was "Description of manuscripts Khludov" (Moscow, 1872) and "The first addition" to him (1875). In 1873, Mr.. Popov issued found them by chance, "Testament of a Father to Son," I.T. Pososhkov. Devoting himself to the study of ancient religious polemical literature, . Popov published: "literary-historical overview of ancient polemic against the Latins XI - XV centuries." (in the "Readings of the Moscow Society for the History and Antiquities of Russia", . 1878, . kn,
. II; 1879, Prince. II), and "incriminating written off against the Jews and the Latins" (ib., 1879, Prince. I). In the same "reading" Popov posted: "Materials for the history of the union in the south-western Russia" (1879, Bk. I), "Message verbose. Composing Zinovy Monk "(1880, book. II), "The Genesis of heaven and earth (Paley historical), accompanied by reduced Palei Russian edition (1881, Prince. I), "Notes on the first literary exercises Prince aq. Cantemir "(1878, book. III), "Messages of sacred-Archimandrite Photius to the spiritual daughter of his girl, Anne, 1820 - 1822 gg." (1881, Prince. I), "Theology of John of Damascus" (1877, Prince. IV), "Shestodnev John Bulgaria" (1879, Bk. III), "The Life of St. Theodosius, abbot of Caves. Write-offs Nestor (1879, Bk. I). "The new list of Daniel the Exile, XVII century." Found in Popov Miracle Monastery, published after his death (1883, Prince. II), with a foreword by EV. Autograph. Composed by Popov allowance when studying samples of Russian Literature (Moscow, 1868) came out in 1887, Mr.. seventh edition. Wed. his obituaries in the Journal of Europe "(1881,? 7)," Journal of the Ministry of National Education "(1881,? 7)," Modern Izvestia (1881,? 161 and 299) and "Russian philological Gazette (1881, t. VI). V. P-in.