Teodorovych, Mykola

Teodorovych, Mykola [Теодорович, Микола; Teodorovyč], b 1755 in Dubrynychi, Transcarpathia, d ca 1820 in Korytniany, Transcarpathia. Greek Catholic priest, cultural and educational leader, and writer. After completing his theological studies in Vienna, he served as an administrator in Mykhailivtsi and then as parish priest in Korytniany. He wrote a handbook on home management and etiquette (1791; published 1919) and translated a Hungarian handbook on home medical care (unpublished). His account of the Korytniany parish (written in Latin) contains source material on the cultural and educational movement in Transcarpathia at the beginning of the 19th century, as does his short autobiography, which was published in Podkarpatska Rus’ in 1934.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]

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