Vladimir Isayenko was born in Gorky in 1928, and soon his parents moved to Minsk. In 1951, he graduated from Gomel Pedagogical Institute, and so linked his life with the Belarusian Poles'e: worked as a teacher of natural sciences in the village Yurovichi Kalinkovichy district. But in the end life to archeology, says a student of Vladimir Isayenko archaeologist Nicholas Kryvaltsevich:
"He got a degree in physics and mathematics, but he wanted to study the history, archeology. This did not allow the circumstances of life, as it was during the occupation in Minsk, his father worked as an agronomist in occupied Minsk, so it was always under supervision. It was only in the 60s, he realized his dream — took up archeology and made for a lot of this science. "
Vladimir Isayenko became the discoverer of Archaeology Polesie, the principal investigator Stone Age. Until the 70s of the last century has opened 400 of 500 well-known stone age monuments, archaeological collection has created hundreds of thousands of items. Wrote a monograph, more than 400 articles for the encyclopedia, a lot researched the history of the last war and developed a technique of military archeology, says scientist Michael Cherniavskyi:
"Collect a lot of material about the city during the occupation, on the war in the beginning of the war — then it was the largest specialist. He was very accurate all he had laid out on shelves, written in notebooks, signed by all the drawers — all in perfect condition. He had such pedantychnasts and accuracy. Friendly, fun, erudyravany man. "
Almost thirty years, from 1964, Vladimir Isayenko worked at the Institute of History of NAS of Belarus. For many years she worked with him Elena Kalechits, which is a pity and warm memories of colleague and friend:
"I was among those who were lucky enough to not only work, but also a lot to learn from ethe man. And now I'm doing my best to fulfill his long cherished intention — to create a museum in the village school Yurovichi. After all, this museum it has long been established, even when there is a teacher. His memory will remain and his books, which are used by students, post-graduates. Memory will live on in books, museum collections, the collections — more than one generation will enjoy this wealth that he has accumulated for us. "