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Скрито наследство. Необясними находки и изображения от България и Балканите
Zograf Vasilie and the Boyana Church 750 Years Later 
Автор: Kazimir Popkonstantinov
Раздел: Изобразително изкуство, Антикварни книги
Издателство: Уникарт/ Unicart
Народност: българска
ISBN: 978954925316
първо издание, 2009 год.
твърди корици, 128 стр.
Цена: 55,00 лв  
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Kazimir Popkonstantinov was born on 17 September 1942 in Garvan. region of Silistra. in the family of a priest He graduated his high school education in the Sofia Theological School in 1956. The author graduated his university degree in history in the University of Veliko Tamovo "Sts. Cyril and Methodius" in 1968. Between 1968 and 1975 he worked in the Regional History Museum - Targovishte. Department of Archeology. In 1975 he started working as a science associate in the Archeological Institute and Museum at В AS (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences) in the office in Shumen. Since 1986 the author is an associate professor in archeology in the University of Veliko Tamovo "Sts. Cyril and Methodius", where he reads lectures on "Medieval Bulgarian Archeology VII-XI c\", "Medieval Bulgarian Epigraphy", "Archeology of Magical Practices in the Ancient and Medieval Ages". "Medieval Man and His View of Life in the Epigraphic Monuments IX-XIV сЛ He is a director of studies of Bulgarian and foreign doctor candidates.

In 1991 he was elected Vice Chancellor of the University of Veliko Tarnovo "Sts. Cyril and Methodius". The author is among the founders of the Orthodox Theological Department in 1992. Between 1992 and 1995 he is Dean of the History Department and during this mandate he established the subjects "Balkan Studies" (1992) and "Archeology" (1993). Between 1996 and 2004 he is Head of the Centre for Balkan Studies at the University of Veliko Tarnovo. Between 1997 and 2007 the author is Head of the Archeology Department. In 1999 he is elected Dean of the Orthodox Theological Department at the University of Veliko Tamovo "Sts. Cyril and Methodius", which he managed until 2007.

In 1978 the author defended a dissertation on the subject "The city architecture in the First Bulgarian Kingdom " and received the scientific degree "candidate of historical sciences". In 1995 he defended a dissertation on the subject "The epigraphic monuments and the written tradition in Bulgaria (1X-XI c.)" and received the scientific degree "doctor of historical sciences" and in 1996 he received the title "professor".

The author specialized in numerous leading scientific institutes abroad: Institute of Archeology, AN, Russia (1980), Institute of Slavic Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria (1984, 1999 and 2000), Insitute of Byzantine Studies, University of Cologne, Germany (1985, 2000 and 2002). Since 1986 he is a regular lecturer in Salzburg (Austria), Trier, Cologne, Freiburg (Germany). In 1988 the author was a guest-professor on Old Bulgarian epigraphy in the University of Salzburg. In 2003 he received the grant of the "Alexander S. Onassis" Foundation and condected research work in the Institute of Byzantine Studies, the French Archeological Institute and the German Archeological Institute in Athens and the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece.

As an archeologist, he examined palace and monastery comlexes in Pliska and Veliki Preslav. Along with them the author examined medieval rock monasteries along the Rusenski Lorn River; in Northern Dobrudzha (near Murfatlar in present-day Romania) and the monumental royal monasteries from IX-X c.: "Virgin Mary" near Ravna, region of Provadia, "Virgin Mary" in the region of Karaachteke near Varna; from XII-XIV c.: the "Old" Preobrazhenie Monastery near V. Tarnovo, the Patriarchal Monastery "St. John the Baptist" on the island of St. Ivan, Sozopol.

In 1980-82 he examined along with A. Medintseva (Insitute of Archeology, Moscow) the epigraphic monuments from the Round Church in Preslav, In 1984 they published a collaborative monograph "Надписи из Круьлой церкви в Преславе" ("Inscriptions from the Round Church in Preslav"), which was issued twice. The sensational discoveries in the royal monastery "Virgin Mary" (889) near Ravna, region of Provadia, which K. Popkonstantinov examined in 1979-1990, enriched the Bulgarian epigraphy with about 300 Cyrillic, Greek, Runic, Bilingual and Glagolithic inscriptions from IX-X c.

He is the first Bulgarian scholar, who managed to collect all Old Bulgarian Cyrillic and Glagolithic epigraphic monuments, a significant part of which were found by him (more than 400 epigraphic monuments), and compile for the first time a corpus of the Old Bulgarian inscriptions between IX and XV c. (Altbulgarische Inschriften. Salzburg-Wien. I.1994, AUbulgarische Inschriften. Salzburg-Wien. II. 1996). This corpus draws to the general conclusions from 30 years of research work of the author in finding, documenting and deciphering of new inscriptions, as well as the critical reevaluation of the deciphering of other inscriptions, known until the end of XX c.

In 1985 K. Popkonstantinov received the Cyril-Methodius Prize of В AS for contribution to the development of Slavic and Old Bulgarian studies. In 2000 he was awarded the Annual Academic Prize of В AS in the area of humanities for contribution in the research on the medieval Bulgarian culture in the period 1994-1999, In 2004 K. Popkonstantinov received the prestigious European prize "Gottfried von Herder" of the "Alfred Topfer" Foundation (Hamburg, Germany) and the University of Vienna for essential contribution to the discovery and examination of the cultural roots of Southeastern Europe. Thus, he became the first scholar outside of the capital city of Sofia to receive this highest European prize.
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