Православный ландшафт городов Западной Сибири в XVII веке: монография

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This monograph considers the formation of the Orthodox landscape of West Siberian towns in the early stages of the Russian colonisation of Siberia. The author focuses on Tobolsk, Siberia’s capital, and the largest transit centres, the towns of Verkhoturye and Turinsk, the northern towns of Berezov and Pelym, and the southern towns of Tyumen and Tara. Referring to a vast range of historical sources, the work traces the emergence of cathedral and parish churches, monasteries, the residence of Siberian archbishops of the Cathedral of St Sophia and the Dormition, chapels, and other objects of the Orthodox landscape. The author singles out the peculiarities of their place in urban space, the motives behind their names, and determines their sacral functions. Additionally, the book pays attention to the social aspects of the process of the formation of the Orthodox landscape. The book is meant for specialists and for anyone interested in the history of towns and Orthodox Christianity in Russia and Siberia.
Título traducido de la contribuciónThe Orthodox landscape of West Siberian towns in the 17th century
Idioma originalRussian
Lugar de publicaciónЕкатеринбург
EditorialИздательство Уральского университета
Número de páginas394
ISBN (versión impresa)978-5-7996-3071-3
DOI
EstadoPublished - 2020

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