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Ivanovsky, Lev Konstantinovich


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Archaeological monuments
Archaeological monuments of the Leningrad Oblast are settlements, grads, burial grounds, religious objects and other material trails of the past. Settling the oblast territory took place during the Mesolithic period. The age of the most ancient... more

Dyatlitsi, village
DYATLITSI, a village in Lomonosov District. Population: 133. It is located in the northern part of the Izhora Hills, east of the Voiskovitsi-Bolshaya Izhora highway. First mention was in Novgorod’s scribe roll of 1499/1500 as the center of... more

Ivanovsky, Lev Konstantinovich (1845-1892), a scientist
Ivanovsky, Lev Konstantinovich (1845-1892), a doctor, archaeologist, anthropologist. He graduated the Medical and Surgical Academy in 1869 with the gold medal and he was suggested to work as an assistant lecturer at the descriptive anatomy... more

Izvara, a country estate
Izvara, a country estate (the village of Izvara, the Volosovo district). Firstly (since 1747) the grange was owned to Count K.E. Sivers. In 1872 St. Petersburg lawyer K.F. Roerich bought the estate with a stone manor-house built in the English... more

Old Russian Kurgans (barrows)
The Old Russian kurgans (barrows) are mounds over graves of the 10th-14th centuries. In old Russian towns barrow burials were stopped in the 11th century after adopting Christianity. The rural population continued to bury according to the Pagan... more

Siversky, urban settlement
SIVERSKY, an urban settlement in Gatchina District. Population: 12,100. It is situated on the right bank of the Oredezh River. The name originates from Seversko Staroye and Seversko Novoye villages mentioned in Novgorod’s 1499 scribe roll.... more

Spitsin, Aleksandr Andreyevich (1858-1931), a scientist
Spitsin, Aleksandr Andreyevich (1858-1931), an archaeologist, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Scienses (1927). He graduated from the St. Petersburg University in 1882. From 1892 Spitsin worked at the Archaeology Committee (the Committee was... more