Apraksin Nikolai Petrovich( archpriest, the son of a priest)
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Biography Apraksin Nikolai Petrovich
(1847 - 1907), archpriest, the son of a priest. He graduated from the course at St. Petersburg Theological Academy, was successively rector of the Russian church in Prague, Geneva and Baden Baden. Having studied the Czech language,. published in Czech translation: "Liturgy. Basil the Great and John Chrysostom (Prague, . 1885 - 88), . Short Christian Catechism "(Prague, . 1887), . "A long-Orthodox Christian Catechism of the Catholic Church" (Prague, . 1887), . "The prayers of the Orthodox Christian" (Prague, . 1888), . "Canon of St.,
. Andrew of Crete, and others. Of great importance is the publication of the New Testament in Church Slavonic and Czech languages in two editions, printed in St. Petersburg in 1892 and 1897. The basis of the Czech text was derived from old translation "Czech brothers" (XVI century), collated with the Greek original, corrected, and if possible rapprochement with the Church Slavonic text. - See. Professor. A. Ponomarev, "Archpriest H. P. A. "(" Church Herald ", 1907, N 49), and. P., "In memory of the deceased honorary member of the St. Petersburg Theological Academy, Archpriest H. P. A. "(" Church Herald ", 1907, N 51 - 52)," Report on the status of St. Petersburg Theological Academy in 1907 (St. Petersburg, 1908).