KLETNOVA Ekaterina( local historian, archaeologist, geologist, author of poems and plays.)
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Biography KLETNOVA Ekaterina
(21.I.1869, Moscow, immediately taken away by parents in their name Kochetova Viazemsky district of Smolensk province - 1937, Prague)
Initial education in the home, owned by German, French, English. In 1893, Mr.. graduated from the "Collective" women's courses in Moscow, where he attended lectures V.O. Kliuchevsky, VI. Guerrier, etc.. eminent historians, as a natural branch - Geologist A.P. Pavlova, geographer, anthropologist and astronomer D.N. Anuchina etc.. eminent scientists. Print Top in 19 years. (done many translations of dramatic works; play Koppe "Treasure" was put on the stage of the Maly Theater). While traveling through the Caucasus and Crimea, assembled mineralogical collection, which was at the Moscow University and the University for Women. By rezultatm studying geology of the Smolensk region has written an article "Minerals of Smolensk province". Since 1908. K. - An active member of the provincial scientific archive committee. In 1909, Mr.. participated in excavations in Smolensk on Smyadyni. In 1914, Mr.. graduated with a gold medal Moscow Archaeological Institute. To the 100 anniversary of the war of 1812, Mr.. published work "Archaeological Exploration Viazemsky County" (Moscow, 1915) "Echoes of World War II in the stories and legends Viazemsky County" (Smolensk, 1911) and "Village Semlevo in 1812". In 1918, Mr.. moved to Smolensk, with 21.IH.1920 g. worked at the Pedagogical Faculty of the Smolensk University, lectured on archeology, the history of primitive culture, the history of the Smolensk region, wrote the textbook "The study of native land" (Moscow, 1918). Continuing archaeological excavations, summarized their results in the pamphlet "The Great Gnezdovo Burial" (1925). Very valuable in the scientific sense, is the work of K. "Symbols of People decorate the Smolensk region" (1924), in which she studied more than 1000 tissue samples, deciphered the origin of the Smolensk geometric ornament. In 1924, Mr.. K. went to a scientific mission to Czechoslovakia. The further fate is unknown.