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CABINET
OF MINISTERS OF UKRAINE

NATIONAL
UNIVERSITY OF LIFE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES OF UKRAINE

Department
of History of Ukraine

PAPER

“Pylyp
Orlyk and his Constitution"

first-year student

group № 2

Vasyl Palyadnik

Scientific Advisor

associate professor Isakova N. P.


Kyiv
– 2009


Plan

I. Biography

II. Family

III. Constitution

Conclusions

Resources


I. Biography

Pylyp Orlyk was
born in the village of Kosuta, Ashmyany county, (Vileyka district of modern day
Belarus), in a family of Czech origin.  [1]

Orlyk first
studied at the Jesuit college in Vilnius and until 1694 at Kyiv Mohyla Academy.
In 1698 he was appointed secretary of the consistory of Kyiv metropolia. In
1699 he became a senior member of Hetman Ivan Mazepa's General Military
Chancellery and 1706 was appointed general chancellor and at that position he
was Mazepa's closest aide to, facilitated Mazepa's secret correspondence with
the Poles and Swedes, and assisted Mazepa in his efforts to form an
anti-Russian coalition.

II. Family

Pylyp Orlyk
married Hanna Hertsyk in the mid 1690s. She was a daughter of the colonel Pavlo
Semenovych Hertsyk (a close ally of Mazepa) of the Poltava regiment. Pylyp and Hanna had eight
children. They were:  [5]  [6]



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