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The tradition of storing and scientific restoration of documents and the tradition of studying the siege of Leningrad are two components that formed the basis of the joint historical and restoration project of St. Petersburg Philharmonia and St. Petersburg Institute of History “The Military chronicle of the Philharmonia”. The start of the project is timed to coincide with the 80th anniversary of the breakthrough of the blockade. The plans and expected results of its implementation were announced during a press conference on January 17, 2023 in the Great Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonia.
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A greeting card signed by Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna (1895–1918), the eldest daughter of Emperor Nicholai II, is addressed to the Chief Chamberlain of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, Princess Elizaveta Alekseevna Naryshkina. Today, this document from fund 76 (A.A. Kurakin) of the Archive of SPbIH of the RAS is presented at a virtual exhibition. The exhibition was prepared by Yu.B. Fomina © When reprinting or using the materials of the virtual exhibition, the indication of St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences as a source of information and the authorship of the compiler of the material is…
Metropolitan of Kyiv and Galicia Evgeniy (Efimiy Alekseevich Bolkhovitinov), the “Russian Miller” (as he was called in historiography) played one of the key roles in the formation and development of a number of humanitarian scientific disciplines – history, literary criticism, source studies, theology, etc. The archive of SPbIH of the RAS stores materials related to the life and work of Metropolitan Evgeny (Bolkhovitinov). In the collection of Nikolai Petrovich Likhachev (Coll. 238, inv. 2), draft notes and extracts made by him for his scientific works, official relations issued in the name of Metropolitan Eugene, as well as a whole complex…
History and non-material culture of the Jews of Russia and the world: Proceedings of the international scientific conference held on April 24, 2022 / ed. by V. G. Vovina-Lebedeva, M. O. Meltsin; St. Petersburg Institute of Jewish Studies, St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences. – St. Petersburg, 2022. – 272 p.: ill. — (Proceedings in Jewish Studies. Ser. “History and Ethnography”. Issue 17). ISBN 978-5-6048381-4-3 The collection includes materials from the International Scientific Conference “Jews in World History, Culture and Politics”, organized jointly by St. Petersburg Institute of Jewish Studies and St. Petersburg Institute of…
On December 26, 2022, the Paleographic Room of Academician Nikolai Petrovich Likhachev was recreated at St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences within the framework of the project “The History of the Writing of European Civilization”.