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    Marina Mladenova and Ganka Kamisheva tell the story about Dr. Demetrius Mutieff in the "Night horizon" of Bulgarian National Radio broadcasting on 14 January 2014.

Record of the Broadcasting in Bulgarian language

Pars I    Pars II    B. De psychrometro Augusti    Epicrisis    Explicatio Tabulae.    Vita    Theses    Fig.

  1. Dimitar Mutew

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  4. T. Spassova, 200 years since the birth of a remarkable Bulgarian: Dimitar Mutev (1818–1864), In: Bulgarian Journal of Meteorology and Hydrology, 23 (2) 78-80 (2019)

  5. N. Zhelew, Dimitar Stefanov Mutev 1818–1864 Scientist, publicist, translator, educator, In: Portal South and East Slavs: Diversity and Interaction of Written Cultures 11th‐20th des Instituts für Literatur der Bulgarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften


Created: 19 September 2011
Updated: 2 January 2024