Gordlevsky Vladimir (1876–1956) – Orientalist, Turkologist, specialist in Turkish language, literature, folklore, and history. Disciple of А. Е. Krymsky.
He got education at the Special Classes of the Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages. After it, in 1899, G. studied at the Historical and Philological Faculty of the Moscow State University; he graduated from it in 1904. In 1904-1908, he was in a business trip in Turkey; after it he taught Turkish language at the Lazarev Institute. Since 1916, he was Ass. Professor. During his stay in Turkey, he wrote a number of articles and notes on inner and foreign politics of the country, its state structure, ethnographic, literary, religious and philosophical, historical and cultural issues.