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Name of Object:

Gjorgij Pulevski

Location:

Skopje, Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)

Holding Institution:

Museum of Macedonia

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Date of Object:

1880s

Material(s) / Technique(s):

Paper

Description:

Gjorgji Pulevski was a prominent figure of the Macedonian Enlightenment. He was born in Galichnik in 1822/23 and died in Sofia in 1893. In 1873 during his stay in Belgrade he published the ”Dictionary of Four Languages” including Macedonian, Albanian, Greek and Turkish words and his “Dictionary of Three Languages” was issued in 1975. Gjorgji Pulevski was the founder of the Macedonian Literary Society established in Sofia in 1888. It was one of the independent associations of Macedonian emigrants that made contribution to awakening of the Macedonian national spirit.

Citation of this web page:

Nada Andonovska (author) , Dragan Georgiev, historian (consultant) "Gjorgij Pulevski" in "Sharing History", Museum With No Frontiers, 2018. http://www.sharinghistory.org/database_item.php?id=object;AWE;mc;42;en

Database entry origination:

Prepared by: Nada Andonovska (author) , Dragan Georgiev, historian (consultant)

MWNF Working Number: MC 042

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