“Гридьба в корабли” и “перепелка в дубраве”: к прочтению древнерусского фольклорного текста

Show simple item record Петрухин, Владимир Яковлевич 2018-01-24T00:18:47Z 2018-01-24T00:18:47Z 2015
dc.identifier.citation Slověne, 1/2015, s. 356–360 en_US
dc.description.abstract In her discussion of the Novgorod Sophia Chronicle, Tatiana V. Rozhdestvenskaya supposed that the folklore text in this source referring to “grid′ba in the ship” and “quail in the forest” is related to burial rites. The text, however, could also be connected with another “rite of passage”—a wedding ceremony, with the wedding retinue in the ship (as matchmakers) and a pie in the stove (as a wedding dish); the quail in the forest seems to be a charm, sending the soul of the deceased female/ bride in the guise of a quail to the forest, the world of the dead. Old Russian and Scandinavian parallels—for example, burial in a boat, Olga’s massacre of the Drevlian matchmakers (in the Russian Primary Chronicle), and the attempt described in an Icelandic saga involving the scalding of the bridegroom in the bath—seem to be essential for an interpretation of the text from the Sophia Chronicle. The charm could be intended to prevent the return of a ghost to the world of the living. The charm was perceived as blasphemous in the church, which is why it was crossed out by a pious “censor” and inscribed with the command to “let those hands wither.” en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.subject język rosyjski pl
dc.subject folklor pl
dc.subject zamawianie pl
dc.subject Kronika Sofii Nowogrodzkiej pl
dc.subject rytuał przejścia pl
dc.subject odsyłanie duszy pl
dc.subject historia języka pl
dc.subject 12-13 w. pl
dc.subject Russian language en_US
dc.subject folklore en_US
dc.subject charm en_US
dc.subject Novgorod Sophia Chronicle en_US
dc.subject rite of passage en_US
dc.subject sending the soul en_US
dc.subject history of language en_US
dc.subject 12-13th century en_US
dc.title “Гридьба в корабли” и “перепелка в дубраве”: к прочтению древнерусского фольклорного текста ru
dc.title.alternative “Grid′ba in the Ship” and “Quail in the Forest”: A Reading of the Old Russian Folklore Text en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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