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A saint, Bulgarian and Russian writer, cleric, major intellectual from hesychast circles at the end of the 14th and the beginning of the 15th century, supporter of the unity of the Russian church, Metropolitan of Kiev, Moscow and all Russia.
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.
ca 1364/1365 – ca 1419/1420
Metropolitan of Kiev, diplomat, father superior of several monasteries, writer in Bulgarian, Serbian, Moldovan and Russian literature. Author of works in all medieval genres – oratory prose, hagiography and hymnography. Representative of the Tarnovo Literary School.
A writer and traveler who traveled half the world, a provincial intellectual with revolutionary views, a famous non-academic Slav of the 19th century, a “dragoman” (interpreter) for the Russian mission in Montenegro, and the founder of Montenegrin archeology.
August 28, 1824 – October 22, 1898
Bulgarian man of letters, philologist, writer, poet, folklorist, translator, and diplomat.