Еще раз о новгородской берестяной грамоте № 724

Show simple item record Гиппиус, Алексей Алексеевич 2017-12-29T01:00:29Z 2017-12-29T01:00:29Z 2015
dc.identifier.citation Slověne, 1/2015, s. 111–127 en_US
dc.description.abstract The article contains a critical assessment of two alternative interpretations of the birchbark letter No. 724, proposed by Valentin L. Yanin and Andrei A. Zalizniak (editors of the birchbark collection No. 10, in 2000) and by Pavel V. Petrukhin (2009). According to the former, the document, in which the author describes the difficulties of collecting tribute in the north-eastern periphery of the Novgorod Land, was written between 1161 and 1167, a date based on the identification of the names Zakharia and Andrei mentioned in the text with the Novgorod posadnik Zakharia (1161–1167) and Prince Andrei Bogoliubsky of Suzdal. However, as Petrukhin has shown convincingly, the editors’ treatment of the conflict does not conform to the political circumstances of this period as they are known from the chronicles. According to Petrukhin, the document was written half a century later and reflects a routine conflict between local administrators rather than a political confrontation between Novgorod and Suzdal. I argue that the editors’ interpretation can be modified in light of Petrukhin’s criticism; such a reinterpretation does not presuppose a re-dating of the document and retains the identification of Zakharia and Andrei with historical figures of the 1160s as well as the linguistic analysis proposed by Zalizniak. en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.subject gramoty brzozowe pl
dc.subject Nowogród pl
dc.subject Suzdal pl
dc.subject bojarzy pl
dc.subject książę Aleksy Bogolubski pl
dc.subject 12 w. pl
dc.subject 12th century en_US
dc.subject birchbark documents en_US
dc.subject Novgorod en_US
dc.subject Suzdal en_US
dc.subject boyardom en_US
dc.subject Prince Andrei Bogoliubsky en_US
dc.title Еще раз о новгородской берестяной грамоте № 724 ru
dc.title.alternative Once Again on the Novgorod Birchbark Letter No. 724 en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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