Aleksander Bychowiec

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Aleksander Bychowiec of Mogiła (Russian: Александр Иосифович Биховец) was a Russian-Polish noble and an amateur historian of the Russian Empire from the Grodno Governorate.

He is best known as the discoverer (and the name-sake) of the so-called Bychowiec Chronicle, a set of 16th-century texts related to the history of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.[1]

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  1. ^ Commentationes (in Polish). Państwowe Wydawn. Naukowe. 1967. p. 162.