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Pŭrlichev, Grigor St., 1830-1893


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    • Prlichev, Grigor S., 1830-1893
    • Prličev, Grigor S., 1830-1893
    • Përliçev, Grigor, 1830-1893
    • Stavridhu, Grigoriu, 1830-1893
    • Parlitseph, Grēgorios St., 1830-1893
    • Pŭrlichev, Grigor, 1830-1893
    • Stauridēs, Grēgorios, 1830-1893
    • Parlitseph, Gkrinkor, 1830-1893
    • Parlitcheff, Gr. S., 1830-1893
    • Parlichev, Grigor Stavrev, 1830-1893
    • Пърличев, Григор Ставрев, 1830-1893
    • Прличев, Григор Ставрев, 1830-1893
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        18300118
    • Death Date

        18930125
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  • Sources

    • found: Topalov, K. Grigor Pŭrlichev--zhivot i delo, 1982 (subj.)t.p. (Григор Пърличев = Grigor PІurlichev)
    • found: LC data base, 8/30/83(hdg: Pŭrlichev. Grigor St., 1830-1893) LC manual auth. cd. (variants: Grigor S. Prlichev, Grigor Përliçev, Grigor S. Prličev, Grēgorios St. Parlitseph, Grigoriu Stavridhu)
    • found: Ent͡s. Bŭlgarii͡a, 1978:v. 5, p. 605 (Pŭrlichev, Grigor Stavrev, b. 1-18-1830, d. 1-25-1893)
    • found: Autoviographia, 2000:t.p. (Gkrinkor Parlitseph, Grēgorios Stauridēs)
    • found: Autobiographie de Gr. S. Parlitcheff (1830-1892), 2012
    • found: Wikipedia, October 26, 2016:(Grigor Stavrev Parlichev (also spelled Prlichev, Parlitcheff or Prličev; Bulgarian: Григор Ставрев Пърличев, Greek: ΓρηγЃoριος ΣταυρЃiδης, Grigorios Stavrides, Macedonian: Григор Прличев) was a Bulgarian writer and translator. He was born January 18, 1830 in Ohrid, Ottoman Empire and died in the same town on January 25, 1893. Although he thought of himself as a Bulgarian, presently he is considered an ethnic Macedonian in the Republic of Macedonia. In 1858 Parlichev took part in the annual poetic competition in Athens winning first prize for his poem "O Armatolos" (Ο ΑρματωλЃoς, written in Greek.)
  • LC Classification

    • PG1195.P8
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    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
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    • 1983-11-22: new
    • 2017-10-26: revised
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