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ETNOGRAFICHESKOE OBOZRENIE • 5-2017


Pavlova, A.N.
On the Issue of Semantics of Color and Material in T.A. Kryukova's Article on "P.S. Pallas's Collection on the Peoples of Povolzhie"
[K probleme semantiki tsveta i materiala v stat'ie T.A. Kryukovoi "Kollektsiia P.S. Pallasa po narodam Povolzh'ia"]

Anzgelika Pavlova | http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1446-9390 | angpan@rambler.ru | Volga State University of Technology (3 Lenin Sq., Yoshkar-Ola, Republic of Mari El, 424000, Russia)

Type of publication: Research Article

Keywords
Povolzhie, Finno-Ugric peoples, archaeological and ethnographic parallels, semantics of dress, dress color, clothes material

Abstract
Collections on the peoples of Povolzhie gathered by Peter Pallas have always been of interest to researchers. The prominent Soviet ethnographer Tatiana Kryukova, who examined the Pallas collections in the middle of the twentieth century, was intrigued by certain types of clothes of the Finno-Ugric peoples. Drawing on comparative ethnographic data, she voiced suggestions regarding their semantic load. Today, owing to the new archaeological data available, there appear prospects for a more comprehensive examination of ethnographic and archaeological parallels in the study of dress and clothing of the Povolzhie peoples. It is possible to argue that the meaning and semantics of color and material in the culture of Finno-Ugric peoples of Povolzhie are related to their mythological worldview.

Citation (Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., Author-Date, article titles not enclosed in quotation marks)

Pavlova, A.N. 2017. K probleme semantiki tsveta i materiala v stat'ie T.A. Kryukovoi "Kollektsiia P.S. Pallasa po narodam Povolzh'ia" [On the Issue of Semantics of Color and Material in T.A. Kryukova's Article on "P.S. Pallas's Collection on the Peoples of Povolzhie"]. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 5: 159-177

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Submitted 05.08.2016 | Accepted 07.11.2016

 


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