• Mikhail Mikhaylovich Ivanov

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    Mikhail Mikhaylovich Rusinov

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  • Mikhail Mikhaylovich Zoshchenko

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  • Mikhail Mikhaylovich Gromov

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  • Mikhail Mikhaylovich Gerasimov

    Mikhail Mikhaylovich Gerasimov (Russian: Михаи́л Миха́йлович Гера́симов) (2 September 1907 – 21 July 1970) was a Soviet archaeologist and anthropologist who discovered the Mal'ta–Buret' culture and developed the first technique of forensic sculpture based on findings of anthropology, archaeology, paleontology, and forensic science. He studied the skulls and meticulously reconstructed the faces of more than 200 people, ranging from the earliest excavated homo sapiens and neanderthals, to the Middle Ages' monarchs and dignitaries, including Yaroslav the Wise, Ivan the Terrible, Friedrich Schiller and Timur (Tamerlane).

  • Mikhail Mikhailovich Lebedev

    Mikhail Mikhailovich Lebedev is a fictional character created by William Graham Stanton, in the thriller novel Treason For My Daily Bread. The book purports to be Lebedev’s account of his life and dealings within the world of international espionage and crime, and climaxes with his involvement in the assassination of John F Kennedy.

  • Mikhail Mikhailovich Prishvin

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