Goumilevski, Moses a Russian prelate and writer, was bishop of Theodosia, and took an active part in the scholastic movement which Catherine II promoted in her empire. He died in 1792 by assassination in the Crimea, leaving several linguistic works, two funeral speeches of the prince Potemkin, several translations from the fathers of the Greek Church, and some fugitive pieces of poetry in Latin and Russian. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.