Един от най-щателните руски колекционери и откриватели на старинни артефакти, ръкописи и гравюри, свързани с християнската книжовност и изкуство.

3/14.04.1754 – 3/15.01.1826

Държавен деец и дипломат, колекционер на книги и ръкописи, меценат. Организатор на Румянцевския кръжок и Румянцевския музей.

1818 – 22.3 / 3.4.1882

Russian manufacturer and trader, bibliophile and collector.

11.11.1800 – 08.12.1875

Russian historian Slavicist, collector, journalist, writer, professor of Russian history at Moscow University (1826 – 1844) and academician at the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1941). Publisher of Moskvityanin Journal (1841 – 1856).

July 30/August 11, 1855 – June 23/July 8, 1905

Polikhroniy Syrku was born on July 30/August 11, 1855 in the village of Straseni, Chisinau County of Bessarabia Governorate (guberniya), in the family of Romanians Evgenia Georgieva and Agapiy Andreevich Syrku. He studied at the parish school at the Capriana Monastery, which is a convent of the Bulgarian Zograf Monastery at Mount Athos, and as a child he learned Bulgarian and Greek. In 1866, the boy met Georgi Rakovski at the monastery.

April 30/May 12, 1815 – December 19/31, 1876

Slavicist, philologist, historian, first dean of the Faculty of History and Philology of Odessa University (1865–1876), corresponding member of St Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1851), honorary member of Moscow University (1876).


A graduate of Moscow University, a Slavophile, a Slavicist and a diplomat who introduced Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Russian people.


Bibliophile, bibliographer, scholar, historian, corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences, creator of the first free public library and museum in Moscow. He was elected a member of Imperial Society of History and Russian Antiquities.


SESDiva ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 – S&T

SESDiva. Project № 156

SESDiva aims at creating a virtual museum of written culture in relation to the social, religious, cultural, and ideological environment and relations between the South and East Slavs throughout the centuries from the 11th to the beginning of the 20th century.

Duration: 2018-2020
Program: ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 ‐ S&T Projects