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Paleoecological and archaeological research in 2020 at the Yakshevitovsky archaeological complex on the river. Sylva. Identification of extreme flooding of the high floodplain area of the river. Sylva in the IV century. AD The results of the study allow a new look at cultural genesis in the Perm Kama region
Analysis of iconographic and stylistic parallels to monuments from Chilikta in the light of new findings (both within the cemetery and adjacent territories) recently devoted a lot of studies that have been designated important issues at the present stage of studying the culture of the Eurasian nomads in the beginning I thousand. BC .e. On the basis of analysis of current research involving the role of iconographic and stylistic parallels announced interim results: The most important achievements were the clarification of the dating sites, the selection of successive steps in the processes of nucleation and assimilation of certain images and motifs in certain temporal and territorial framework.
Result of a Franco-Russian project (CNRS – Russian Academy of Sciences), this publication presents the latest advances of recent research on the Vikings in a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective across Eastern Europe. It proposes a reflection on the dynamics of cultural exchanges analysed as a process of interactions that have traversed ethnic or social groups, countries, religious beliefs and practices, generations, genders. Questions concerning the specificities of these processes and the reciprocal transformations of Scandinavian settlements and local societies (Frankish, Anglo-Saxon, Slavic, Finnish) are posed. A large part is devoted to the actors involved in these changes (elites, merchants, ecclesiastics, artisans, women, skalds, historiographers...), and the places or areas where they took place. This publication thus participates to the broader reflection on the notions discussed concerning acculturation, cultural transfers and the “middle ground” whose heuristic interest goes far beyond the phenomenon of Scandinavian expansion during the Viking era
The article discusses the Composizione del mondo, the first cosmological encyclopedia in tuscanian vernacular, by Restoro d’Arezzo, ca. 1280. It is the only Restoro’s text surviving, but from it we know that he was also a practicing painter, probably a jeweler. Some passages, for instance, descriptions of painted and carved vases and of sarcophagi, show his acute esthetic attitude, prove the existence of a circle of amateurs of pagan antiquities. A textual analysis of these crucial passages allows to review some ideas, present in human sciences, about the birth of the modern, post-Renaissance, notion of the Art.
The collection contains materials of the international scientific-practical conference. The book outlines current issues of the archeology of Kazakhstan and adjacent territories. The collection is addressed to archaeologists, ethnographers, historians and local historians.
The collection contains materials of reports sent to participate in the V International Scientific Conference, held in Aktobe on 6-7 October 2016, dedicated to the complex of events dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Independence Republic of Kazakhstan. The conference is named after the famous Kazakh archaeologist World Kasymovich Kadyrbaeva, who made a great contribution to the study of history and culture Western Kazakhstan. The existing long-standing and strong contacts with the representatives of research centers and Russian museums, Uzbekistan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine received reflected in the materials sent by a wide chronological and thematic range. Proceedings of the conference will be of interest to archaeologists, ethnographers, historians, teachers and students, and anyone interested in the history and culture of Eurasia
This article presents the ideological biography of the Kiev-based scientist, writer and essayist Viktor Petrov (1894—1969) and attempts a reconstruction of the continuity and interconnections of his scientific and artistic views in the 1920s and 1940s. At the center of his concern is the problem of history as a series of epochs that succeed one another outside of any progress, as well as the problems around the reconstruction of a primeval ideology of lineage (with reference to Potebnya and Dmitri Chizhevsky). Petrov’s work is particularly important and attractive in its combination of the analytic, artistic and historiosophical approaches, his biographical stylization and love for masks, as well as his strategies of intellectual survival in a post-avant-garde ideological situation.