Terty Filippov

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Terty Ivanovich Filippov
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Born Тертий Иванович Филиппов
(1825-01-05)January 5, 1825
Rzhev, Tver Governorate, Russian Empire
Died December 12, 1899(1899-12-12) (aged 74)
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Occupation folklorist, journalist, church and state official

Terty Ivanovich Filippov (Тертий Иванович Филиппов, 5 January 1825 in Rzhev, Tver Governorate, Russian Empire – 12 December 1899 in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire) was a Russian folklorist, singer, pedagogue, the Honorary member of the Saint Petersburg Academy of Sciences. As a journalist, Filippov contributed mostly to Pogodin's Moskvityanin, Katkov's Russky Vestnik and Russkaya Beseda, the magazine he was a co-founder of. In 1857-1864 Filippov served as a Russian Orthodox Church official. In 1889-1899 he was the Chairman of the Russian State Control committee.[1][2]

References

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