Kerovbe Patkanian

Kerovbe Patkanian (Քերովբե Պատկանյան; 1833–1889) was an Armenian linguist, the Professor of Armenian Studies at the St. Petersburg University.[1] He was the brother of Raphael Patkanian.[2] In 1863 he obtained the master's degree for his eastern literature study ("The History of Sassanid Dynasty according to Armenian Sources"); in 1864 he obtained the doctor degree in literature for "The Study of the Composition in the Armenian language".

Publications [ edit ]

  • Catalogique de la littérature arménienne depuis le commencement du V jusqu'a XVI siécle. (St.Petersburg, 1859);
  • The first Russian translation of Movses Kagankatvatsi, the Armenian writer of the 10th century,- "The History of Aluank",- with scientific notes and research (St. Petersburg, 1861)
  • "Several Words About the Adverbs of Transcaucasian Gipsies" (1886)
  • For the "Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary" (1861–1863) he penned a number of articles on geography and history.

Literature [ edit ]

  • N. O. Emin, "Professor Patkanov as Orientalist" (Saint Petersburg, 1874); Obituary in "The Historical Herald" (1889, No. 6).

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Armenian Medieval Historians in Print"(PDF). The Armenian Weekly. 1 September 2012. p. 16. Retrieved 6 June 2013.
  2. ^ Agop Jack Hacikyan; Gabriel Basmajian; Edward S. Franchuk; Nourhan Ouzounian (2005). The Heritage of Armenian Literature From The Eighteenth Century To Modern Times. Detroit: Wayne State Univ Pr. p. 68. ISBN 9780814332214.

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