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Peĭchinovich, Kiril, approximately 1771-1845


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    • us: Pejčinoviḱ, Kiril, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Пейчинович, Кирил, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Pejchinovich, Kiril, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Pejčinović, Kiril, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Пејчиновиќ, Кирил, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Пейчиновићь, Кyриллъ, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Peĭchinovićʹ, Kirillʺ, approximately 1771-1845
    • us: Пејчиновић, Кирил, approximately 1771-1845
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1771~
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1845-03-07
    • Birth Place

        Tearce (Macedonia)
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        Hegumen
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      • Pejčinoviḱ, Kiril, ca. 1771-1845
    • Sources

      • found: Dimitrovski, T. Od Pejčinoviḱ do Racin, 1982:t.p. (Pejčinoviḱ) p. 5 (Kiril Pejčinoviḱ)
      • found: Mala enc. Prosveta, 1968-1969:p. 272 (Pejčinović, Kiril; b. ca. 1771; d. 1845; književnik (Makedonija))
      • found: Seraphinoff, M. The 19th century Macedonian awakening, 1995:CIP t.p. (Kiril Pejchinovich)
      • found: Peĭchinovich, Kiril, 1771-1845. [from old catalog] Kniga sīę zovomaę ōglēdalo.
      • found: Wikipedia, June 21, 2018:(Kiril Peychinovich or Kiril Pejčinoviḱ (Bulgarian: Кирил Пейчинович, Macedonian: Кирил Пејчиновиќ, Church Slavonic: Кyриллъ Пейчиновићь, Serbian: Кирил Пејчиновић) (c. 1770 - 7 March 1865) was a Bulgarian cleric, writer and enlightener, one of the first supporters of the use of modern Bulgarian in literature (as opposed to Church Slavonic), and one of the early figures of the Bulgarian National Revival. In the Republic of Macedonia Peychinovich is considered one of the earliest contributors to modern Macedonian literature, since most of his works were written in his native Lower Polog dialect which he called most common and illiterate Bulgarian language of Lower Moesia)
      • found: Ōglēdalo, 1816:t.p. (Кyриллъ Тетоецъ Пейчиновићь = Kirill TetoeЋtЌs PeІichinoviЃc; Kniga siЋiЌa zovomaЋiЌa ogledalo, opisasЋiЌa radi potreby i polzovaniЋiЌa preprosteІishim i neknizhnim ЋiЌazikom Bolgarskim dolniЋiЌa Missii, mnogogreshnim vo ІIeromonasЋiЌakh i nedostoІineІishim Igumenom Kral Markovago monastirЋiЌa, izhe vo Skopie u Markoa reka khrama svetago velikomuchenika DimitriЋiЌa)
      • found: Biblioteka "Strumski", June 21, 2018:(Kiril Peĭchinovich, born in the village of Tearce, Tetovo region, Vardar Macedonia) - http://strumski.com/biblioteka/?id=735
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      • 1984-08-15: new
      • 2018-09-21: revised
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