|Birth Day||July 2, 1911|
|Age||109 YEARS OLD|
Twentieth-century Macedonian linguistics expert, academic, philosopher, and author. He wrote hundreds of philosophical essays and is most famous for translating Homer's Iliad into the Serbian Cyrillic language.
He served on a committee that worked to standardize the Macedonian alphabet.
He founded Skopje University's Philosophy Department.
His family lived in the southwestern Macedonian city of Bitola at the time of his birth.
He wrote an adaptation of Skanderbeg, a work by Bulgarian author Grigor Parlichev.