Iryna LutsykI. Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine · archaeology
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November 2017 - October 2021
I. Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Field of study
The spread of Christianity in the lands of Kyivan Rus caused radical, but not rapid, changes in the religious, philosophical, and mental worldviews of contemporary society. Funeral rites were a significant factor in which the feature of the spiritual transformation of local societies was reflected. The proposed study is devoted to the peculiarities...
The article deals with unpublished research materials from the medieval Christian cemetery located on the territory of the hillfort in the village of Kopachyntsi in Sub-Carpathian region (Ukraine) which were conducted in 1953. Excavations were verified, objects and artefacts were analysed, and an attempt to attribute and date them was made. The sit...
The article is devoted to the repeated study of the only fully preserved in Ukraine, birch bark letter № 2, founded on the territory of the annalistic city of Zvenyhorod. Based on the analysis of research materials and a recently published photo of the original document, in high resolution on the website of the State Archival Service of Ukraine, th...
Based on the elaboration of a wide range of sources and literature, several archaeological sites, which represent the under-slab burial grounds of princely age on the territory of Volhynian land and Galician-Volynian borderline are distinguished. The source base has verified, new and little known facts of the results of archaeological research carr...
It is a review of the monograph of Polish archaeologist Michał Dzik "Przemiany zwyczajów pogrzebowych w międzyrzeczu Bugu і Górnej Narwi (XI–XV w.)" (Tom I, II. Rzeszów, 2015. 321 s./255 s.).