Palmov Ivan Savich( Slavic)
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Biography Palmov Ivan Savich
Born in 1856. Upon completion of the course in the Ryazan Ecclesiastical Seminary P. enrolled in the St. Petersburg Theological Academy. Overseas assignments, P. 1882 - 84 years worked in archives and libraries of Lviv, Prague, Bautzen, Gernguta, Belgrade, Vienna, Zagreb, Laibach, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Athos, Athens, Patmos and Romania. A report on these studies published under the title: "From a trip to the Greek and Slavic lands" (1890). Since 1884 P. reading in the St. Petersburg Theological Academy, the history of the Slavic churches. In the Slavic Society P. is a board member and vice-chairman of the publishing committee. P. adjacent to their outlook to the "old" Slavophiles. He owns historical works: "Hussite movement. Question of the bowl in the Hussite movement "(St. Petersburg, 1881; Master's thesis)," Monuments of Cyril and Methodius in ancient Bohemia and Moravia (in the "Compendium of Slavonic" disciples VI. Lamansky, . 1883), "On the question of relations with the Czech-Hussite Church in the eastern half of the XV century (in the" Christian reading "for the 1888 - 89 years and separately)," the patriarch of Constantinople Photius and his relationship to contemporary Slavs "(1891); Historical look at the beginning of autocephalous Serbian church and the establishment of the patriarchate in Old Serbia "(1891)," New data on the establishment of the Serbian Archdiocese of St.,
. Sawa "(in the" Christian reading "for 1892 and separately); analysis of works of Professor Malyshevskoe" Saints Cyril and Methodius "(ibid.);" Bulgarian ekzarhiyskaya church, the original and its present device "(1896) and others. Numerous speeches P. in the Slavic community placed in the "Slavic Izvestia" and "Slavic Review". In "Church Herald" P. conducts review of the current church life in the Greco-Slavic East. In 1904. received his doctorate in church history for the study of "Unity of the Brethren in their denominations before their rapprochement with the Protestants at the end of the first quarter of the XVI century" (t. I, St. Petersburg., 1904). Posted still "Manualnik Vyacheslav Korandy as a source for the characterization of religious reform ideas of the Czech utrakvizma second half of the XV century (St. Petersburg, 1905).