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2010 | 10 | 83-110
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Związki Juliana Talko-Hryncewicza z Polską Akademią Umiejętności i Uniwersytetem Jagiellońskim w Krakowie

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Relations of Julian Talko-Hryncewicz with Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences and Jagellonian University in Cracow
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In the years 1795-1918 the Polish territory was occupied by Austria, Prussia and Russia. Two scientific institutions in Austrian annexed land (Galicia): Academy of Arts and Sciences (founded in 1873) and Cracow University, tended to protect Polish scientists, particularly in Russia. One of them was Julian Talko-Hryncewicz (1850–1936). He studied medicine in St. Petersburg and Kiev (Russia) and anthropology in Paris. As practicing doctor he started to carry out archaeological and anthropological studies on Scythians on the left side of the Dnieper river. In the years 1892–1907 Talko-Hryncewicz was continuing his studies on Siberian nations, forming in Troitskochavsk a center of scientific studies. Their results he was publishing in Russian periodicals and in the publications of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cracow. In the years 1908–1936 Talko-Hryncewicz was professor of anthropology of the Jagellonian University, forming a center of studies on the population and country-folk of Cracow and the Carpathians. They are documented by several monographs (as e.g. Contemporaneous Cracovians. Anthropologic study, 1927) and in his memoirs. Higher schools of Austrian annexed land (in Lvov and Cracow) were employing numerous Poles, carrying out scientific investigations in Russia annexed land and in Russia. Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences was protecting them morally and materially, particularly by publishing their papers and by buying exhibition goods for its museums.
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83-110
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2010
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