Lazarevskii, A. M.

A Little Russian Cossack, after finishing his degree in history he worked in Count Uvarov’s library, cataloging his manuscripts. Although a member of the Archeological Commission, he was primarily employed in the administrative bureacracies in different parts of present-day Ukraine. He published copiously on aspects of Little Russian culture, though he does not seem to have excavated there. He published regularly in “Kievskaia starina.” His public political activities included the St. Petersburg provincial government, the Poltava Statistical Commission and district court, and the Kiev Chamber of Justice.