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Gregory Glinka (1776–1818)

Glinka, Gregory Andréevich (glink’kä). A Russian historian, dramatist, and poet, cousin of Fedor N.; born near Smolensk in 1776; died at Moscow, in 1818. He was in boyhood a page at the imperial court and later accompanied Alexander I.’s brothers on their Continental tour in 1811. His works include: ‘The Ancient Religion of the Slavs’; ‘Miscellanies in Prose and Verse’; and a play, ‘The Daughters of Love.’