Golubovsky, Petr

Golubovsky, Petr [Голубовский, Пётр; Golubovskii, Pjotr], b 28 June 1857 in Minusinsk, Eniseisk gubernia, d 31 March 1907 in Kyiv. Russian historian; student of Volodymyr Antonovych. He chaired the Department of Russian History at Kyiv University. He wrote a number of monographs on the Princely era in Ukraine and Belarus; eg, Istoriia Severskoi zemli do poloviny XIV stoletiia (History of the Novhorod-Siverskyi Land to the Mid-14th Century, 1882), Pechenegi, torki, i polovtsy do nashestviia tatar: Istoriia iuzhno-russkikh stepei IX–XIII vv (The Pechenegs, Torks, and Cumans before the Tatar Invasion: A History of the Southern Rus’ Steppes in the 9th–13th Centuries, 1884), and Istoriia Smolenskoi zemli do nachala XV v. (History of the Smolensk Land to the Beginning of the 15th Century, 1895). He also published many articles in Kievskaia starina.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1988).]




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