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Vicko Adamović

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Vicko Adamović (1838 – 9 January 1919) was a Serb-Catholic pedagogue and historian.[1]

A native of Dubrovnik, Adamović studied natural science in Vienna. He researched the archives of Dubrovnik and wrote many monographs about Župa, Gruža and Rijeka in Dubrovnik. Vicko was a contributing writer in journals Slovinac, Bratstvo, Dubrovnik, and Srđ as well as Italian publications.[2] In 1889 he founded the Provincial School Museum in Dubrovnik.

He is best known for his comprehensive thesis on earthquakes in which he systematically studied earthquakes from Dubrovnik's past.[3]

His nephew was Lujo Adamović (1864–1935), a well-known Serbian botanist.[4]

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  1. ^ Altić, Mirela; Demhardt, Imre Josef; Vervust, Soetkin (2017-09-07). Dissemination of Cartographic Knowledge: 6th International Symposium of the ICA Commission on the History of Cartography, 2016. ISBN 9783319615158.
  2. ^ Foretić, Dinko; Horvat, Vera; Kraljev, Jeronim; Stipić, Grgo; Vukadinović, Zdravka; Zaninović, Mate; Bendiš, Ivo; Baničević, Marko; Škalko, Klonimir; Dizdar, Ilija; Manojlović, Nikola; Maričić, Marijan; Artić, Ante; Meštrović, Želimir; Buzolić, Stjepan; Matavulj, Simo; Boglić, Ante Re; Sirovica, Dinko; Bitanga, Ana; Kaleb, Vjekoslav; Mikolšević, Slavko; Danilo, Vicko; Demarin, Josip; Roca, Stjepan; Karuc, Niko; Kovačević, Krešimir; Peroš, Miroslav; Lukačević, Nikola; Martin, Pera; et al. (1956). "Učiteljska škola Zadar: 1866-1956".
  3. ^ Altić, Mirela; Demhardt, Imre Josef; Vervust, Soetkin (2017-09-07). Dissemination of Cartographic Knowledge: 6th International Symposium of the ICA Commission on the History of Cartography, 2016. ISBN 9783319615158.
  4. ^ Nenad Jasprica, Sanja Kovačić, »Botaničar Lujo Adamović (1864. – 1935.)«, Prirodoslovlje : časopis Odjela za prirodoslovlje i matematiku Matice hrvatske, god. 1., br. 1, Zagreb, 2001., str. 45. – 63., cit. sa str. 45. (Hrvat), str. 57 srbokatolički, ISSN 1333-6347