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Mikhail Pogodin

1800 - 1875

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Mikhail Petrovich Pogodin (Russian: Михаи́л Петро́вич Пого́дин; 23 November [O.S. 11 November] 1800, Moscow – 20 December [O.S. 8 December] 1875, Moscow) was a Russian Imperial historian and journalist who, jointly with Nikolay Ustryalov, dominated the national historiography between the death of Nikolay Karamzin in 1826 and the rise of Sergey Solovyov in the 1850s. He is best remembered as a staunch proponent of the Normanist theory of Russian statehood. Pogodin's father was a serf housekeeper of Count Stroganov, and the latter ensured Mikhail's education in the Moscow University. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mikhail Pogodin has received more than 27,765 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Mikhail Pogodin is the 257th most popular historian (down from 231st in 2019), the 1,249th most popular biography from Russia (down from 1,205th in 2019) and the 7th most popular Russian Historian.

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Among HISTORIANS

Among historians, Mikhail Pogodin ranks 257 out of 341Before him are Richard N. Frye, Philipp Spitta, Emmanuel Todd, Daniel J. Boorstin, Linda Nochlin, and Jerónimo Zurita y Castro. After him are William H. McNeill, Gerhard Friedrich Müller, Gustave Lanson, J. B. Bury, A. J. P. Taylor, and John Keegan.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1800, Mikhail Pogodin ranks 54Before him are Brian Houghton Hodgson, Josef Kriehuber, Sadeq Khan Zand, Yagan, Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant, and Sayed Morad Khan. After him are Heinrich Göppert, Kitsos Tzavelas, Rómulo Díaz de la Vega, Gilbert Thomas Burnett, Osip Senkovsky, and Carl Meissner. Among people deceased in 1875, Mikhail Pogodin ranks 57Before him are Francisco Coll Guitart, Carl Jakob Sundevall, Atanasio Aguirre, Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume, George Pickett, and José María Ventura Casas. After him are Leopold III, Prince of Lippe, John Gardner Wilkinson, Heinrich Ewald, Friedrich Gottlieb Bartling, Fyodor Bruni, and Julián Castro.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Mikhail Pogodin ranks 1,249 out of 2,688Before him are Fyodor Alekseyev (1753), Apollon Maykov (1821), Katarzyna Kobro (1898), Andrey Kurkov (1961), Mikhail Isakovsky (1900), and Nikolay Rumyantsev (1754). After him are Sergey Obraztsov (1901), Svetlana Medvedeva (1965), Sergei Bodrov (1948), M. Ageyev (1898), Sergey Botkin (1832), and Andrey Lukanov (1938).

Among HISTORIANS In Russia

Among historians born in Russia, Mikhail Pogodin ranks 7Before him are George Ostrogorsky (1902), Vasily Bartold (1869), Vladimir Minorsky (1877), Jacob Theodor Klein (1685), Vasily Klyuchevsky (1841), and Alexander Kazhdan (1922). After him are Mikhail Artamonov (1898), Boris Rybakov (1908), and Vasily Struve (1889).