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by V. M Kabuzan

ePub Some materials for the study of the historical geography of Russia of the 18th and early 19th centuries in the archives and libraries of Moscow and St. Petersburg (Discussion paper) download
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V. M Kabuzan
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978-1550143300
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Dept. of Geography, York University (1997)
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Some materials for the study of the historical geography of Russia of the 18th and early 19th centuries in the .

Some materials for the study of the historical geography of Russia of the 18th and early 19th centuries in the archives and libraries of Moscow and St. Petersburg. This paper will give readers at least an inkling of the wealth source material on the changing geography of the past of the former . But this study merely scratches the surface of that fund of material, in part because the author has plumbed the repositories of Moscow and St. Petersburg only, and not even all of those.

Late 18th-Early 19th Centuries) different sciences Keywords: The history of Russia at the end of the 18th - early 19th centuries, Reforms in the field of. education, Empress.

Late 18th-Early 19th Centuries). Nataliya M. Rumyantseva1, Veroniсa E. Matveenko2, Ludmila N. Tretiyakova3, Yuliya V. Yurova4. public education, school and university statutes, historical references). Keywords: The history of Russia at the end of the 18th - early 19th centuries, Reforms in the field of. education, Empress Catherine II, Emperor Paul I, Emperor Alexander I. ∗ The publication was supported by the Ministry of Russian Federation Education and Science (the Agreement.

Russian Literature in the 18th century .

Russian Literature in the 18th century, M Lomonosov, XVIII century Russian Poetry. The article uses both published and archival materials to deal with several issues connected with the teaching of French in the 18th century seminaries.

Portrait and historical painting predominated.

the infiltration of European painting styles began, and for the first time since the introduction of Christianity sculpture became a major Russian art form. European artists such as Falconet and Vigée Le Brun, came to St. Petersburg while Russian artists started to receive their training abroad. Portrait and historical painting predominated. Under Alexander I foreign architects were still imported, including Thomas de Thoman (1754–1813), who built the Bolshoi Theatre. The Greek revival style also came into vogue, and is revealed in the buildings of M. F. Kazakov (1733–1812),.

Rusmania, Deep into Russia. 19th Century in the Russian history. Three dramatic and far-reaching events took place in the 18th century which had consequences for the remainder of the century and beyond. These were Napoleon’s invasion, the Decembrist Revolt and the emancipation of the serfs. These events also inspired Russian authors and artists to create what became known as the Golden Age of Russian culture. The century also saw the Russian Empire expand into Finland, Poland, the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Far East and establish trading posts in Alaska and California

The Herbarium of Moscow State University, Russia . Some of them are almost certainly iso-lectotypes of Linnaean names. Materials to the history of the Moscow pharmaceutical garden in the first half of the 18th century.

Some of these originally formed part of Linnaeus' own herbarium while others, although never his property, were nevertheless studied by him and may be original material for the typification of his plant names.

Russia in the 18th century is dominated by two greats, both of whom lived in the 18th century: firstly Peter who created a naval power, modernised .

and the Ottoman Empire. Uniquely in Russian history, for a large part of the 17th century the country was ruled by female leaders. Beginnings of the Great Northern War.

Even in the early 19th century his works would frequently be translated to Russian from French Classicist . Meanwhile, some of their acting features as well as some of their plays could have been brought to Russia by the Germans.

Even in the early 19th century his works would frequently be translated to Russian from French Classicist adaptations by Jean-Francois Ducis (1733-1816): "Lear" by Nikolay Gnedich and "Othello" by Ivan Velyaminov were published in 1808; Stepan Viskovatov translated "Hamlet" in 1811 and Petr Korsakovadapted "Macbeth" in 1815. The influence of Shakespeare on Mikhail Muravyov is a good example of formation of the "cult of Shakespeare" and his canon in the late 18th century.

The National Library of Russia in Saint Petersburg (known as the Imperial Public Library from 1795 to 1917; Russian Public Library from 1917 to 1925; State Public Library from 1925 to 1992 (since 1932 named after . altykov-Shchedrin); NLR), is not . . altykov-Shchedrin); NLR), is not only the oldest public library in the nation, but also the first national library in the country. The NLR is currently ranked among the world’s major libraries.

Materials of the study were collected by of state assignment "Methodical .

Materials of the study were collected by of state assignment "Methodical approaches to the assessment of the structural organization and functioning of forest ecosystems"№ АААА-А18-118052400130-7, results of the study were processed by supported Russian Science Foundation (project 16-17-10284). RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The long history of studying the flora and vegetation of the Central Ciscaucasia forests is inextricably intertwined with the study of the Caucasus as a whole and dates back about 250 years.