Parteniy Pavlovich (Bulgarian: Партений Павлович, "Parthenius, son of Paul") (c. 1695 – 29 April 1760) was a Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox cleric, man of letters and traveller, regarded as one of the precursors of Paisius of Hilendar. A champion of the South Slavic revival, Pavlovich is known as the author of the first autobiography in South Slavic literature.

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  • Parteniy Pavlovich (Bulgarian: Партений Павлович, "Parthenius, son of Paul") (c. 1695 – 29 April 1760) was a Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox cleric, man of letters and traveller, regarded as one of the precursors of Paisius of Hilendar. A champion of the South Slavic revival, Pavlovich is known as the author of the first autobiography in South Slavic literature. (en)
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  • 1760-4-29
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  • Bulgarian bishop (en)
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  • Parteniy Pavlovich (Bulgarian: Партений Павлович, "Parthenius, son of Paul") (c. 1695 – 29 April 1760) was a Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox cleric, man of letters and traveller, regarded as one of the precursors of Paisius of Hilendar. A champion of the South Slavic revival, Pavlovich is known as the author of the first autobiography in South Slavic literature. (en)
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  • Parteniy Pavlovich (en)
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