Levas Vladimirovas ir senojo Vilniaus universiteto bibliotekos knygų grąžinimo peripetijos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Levas Vladimirovas ir senojo Vilniaus universiteto bibliotekos knygų grąžinimo peripetijos
Alternative Title:
Levas Vladimirovas and the peripeteia of the book return of the old Vilnius University Library
In the Journal:
Bibliotheca Lituana. 2014, 3, p. 54-75. Sugrąžinta praeitis
Keywords:
LT
BAV fondas; Bibliotheca Academiae Vilnensis (BAV); Knygų grąžinimas; Knygų nuosavybės ženklai; Knygų rinkiniai; Levas Vladimirovas; Vilniaus universiteto biblioteka; Vladimirovas, Levas.
EN
Bibliotheca Academiae Vilnensis (BAV); Book ownership marks; Book return; Books collections; Collection of Bibliotheca Academia Vilnensis; Levas Vladimirovas; Library of Vilnius university; Signs of ownership; The Book return; Vilnius University Library; Vladimirovas, Levas.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje apžvelgiama buvusio Vilniaus universiteto bibliotekos direktoriaus, žymaus knygotyrininko ir bibliotekininko, Vilniaus universiteto profesoriaus Levo Vladimirovo (1912-1999) veikla XX a. šeštajame dešimtmetyje siekiant susigrąžinti senojo Vilniaus universiteto bibliotekos knygų fondą, prarastą XIX a. po Vilniaus universiteto uždarymo, taip pat išvežtas Pirmojo pasaulinio karo metu knygas iš Vilniaus viešosios bibliotekos. Šio gana sėkmingo sumanymo įgyvendinimas leido rekonstruoti knygų fondą Bibliotheca Academiae Vilnensis (kitaip BAV), kuris tapo tikra jungiamąja grandimi tarp senojo ir dabartinio Vilniaus universitetų. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe authors make an attempt to elucidate and summarize activity of Levas Vladimirovas as Director of Vilnius University Library (further on referred to as VUL) in 1956-1959 returning to Vilnius books which belonged to the old VUL as well as other institutions connected with the old Vilnius University and which were taken out in the first half of the 19th c. to Russia. L. Vladimirovas managed to get the books back from the four libraries of Soviet Union in Moscow, Leningrad (present-day Saint Petersburg), Kiev and Kharkiv, though in the 19th c. and in the beginning of 20th the books were allotted to yet more educational and scholarly institutions of the Russian Empire (such as Tartu and Kazan Universities, etc.). There has been an investigation carried out of two collections of the Rare Book Department (i.e., books of the restored old VUL - Bibliotheca Academiae Vilnensis - and collection of Old Slavic books) in the years 2011-2012 and an exact number of returned books was estimated. The article presents the results of this investigation. [From the publication]

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9786094594984
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2424-3477; 2424-4422
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2021-03-01 14:10:02
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