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us: Orlyk, Pylyp, 1672-1742



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    • us: Orlyk, Pylyp, Hetman of the Cossacks, 1672-1742
    • us: Orlik, Philip, 1672-1742
    • us: Orlik, Filip, 1672-1742
    • us: Orlik, Filipp, 1672-1742
    • us: Orlik, Philippe, 1672-1742
    • us: Orlik, Pilip, 1672-1742
    • us: Orlik, Philipp, 1672-1742
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    • Orlyk, Pylyp, Hetman of the Cossacks, 1672-1742
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    • found: Diariusz podrożny of Pylyp Orlyk (1727-1731), 1988: t.p. (Pylyp Orlyk) intro. (Ukrainian Cossack Hetman, politically a proponent of a Cossack version of Sarmatism)
    • found: Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 3, p. 716 (Orlyk, Pylyp; b. 10-11-1672 in Vilnius, d. 05-26-1742 in Iași, Moldavia. Cossack statesman and hetman-in-exile. In 1706 was appointed general chancellor by Mazepa. On 04-16-1710 elected hetman in Bendery with backing of Charles XII of Sweden. Orlyk was chief author of Constitution of Bendery. Concluded treaties with the Crimean khan, Tatars, Bashkirs, and Turks. He campaigned against the Russians from 1711-1714. Emigrated to Sweden in 1714, and from 1722 to his death in 1742 he was interned in Turkish-controlled territories. Orlyk also wrote verses in Latin and kept a diary)
    • found: Bolʹsh. sov. ėnt͡sikl., 3rd ed.: v. 18, p. 517 (Orlik, Filipp, 1672-1742; Ukr. cossack elder and follower of Mazepa. In 1710 was proclaimed Hetman. His treaty of 1710 recognized Sweden as Ukraine's perpetual protector)
    • found: Ukr. rad. ent͡sykl.: v. 8, p. 59 (Orlyk, Pylyp, 1672-1742; Hetʹman and follower of Mazepa)
    • found: LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Orlyk, Pylyp, Hetman of the Cossacks, 1672-1742)
    • found: Brit. Libr. Cat.: v. 241, p. 409 (Orlik, Philip, Hetman of the Zaporogian Army)
    • found: Russ. Brockhaus: v. 22, p. 155 (Orlik, Filipp, 1672-1742; statesman, military leader and compatriot of Mazeppa. After defeat of Swedish Army in 1709 Orlik was proclaimed Hetman in 1710. After defeat of his forces by Russian Army in 1714 Orlik fled to Poland and then to Turkish-controlled areas where he was exiled and then killed in 1742. During his period of exile Orlik wrote many letters pleading his case, as well as some poetry. These were published in Chtenīi͡a v Imperatorskom moskovskom obshchestvi͡e istorīi i drevnosteĭ rossīiskikh pri Moskovskom universiteti͡e, 1859, no. 1 and in Kīevskai͡a starina, 1882, no. 4)
    • found: Vyvid prav Ukraïny, 1925: t.p. (Pylyp Orlyk) p. 4 (Philippe Orlik)
    • found: Hetʹman Pylyp Orlyk, 1991: colophon (Hetman Pilip Orlik)
    • found: Polski słownik biog.: v. 24, p. 198, etc. (Orlik, Filip; b. 10/22/1672 in the village of Kosucie (in today's Belarus); d. 5/24/1742, Jassy (Moldova))
    • notfound: Pacta et constitutiones legum libertatumque exercitus Zaporoviensis, [1858?]: caption title (dominum Philippum Orlik, neoelectum ducem exercitus Zaporoviensis);LC data base, 01-05-93 (hdg.: Ukraine (Hetmanate : 1648-1714 : Orlyk)
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