ALEKSANDROV, Aleksandr Ivanovič. Kazan 16.4.1861 — 1917. Russian Slavist and IE Scholar. Son of a priest. Studies at Kazan (under Baudouin de Courtenay and Kruševskij) and Tartu. PD 1886 Tartu, soon (1886) Professor of Comparative Linguistics and Sanskrit at Harkiv and from 1888 at Kazan.
Publications: wrote on Indo-European, Slavic, Russian and Lithuanian, in Russian and occasionally in German.
Sources: Biografiĉeskij slovar’ Kazan 21-25.