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Кузнецова А. А. Салонная культура XVII в. и английский галантно-героический роман // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия III: Филология. 2012. Вып. 1 (27). С. 32-48.
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In the article the salon culture is regarded. The salon culture was brought from France into England fi rst in the suite of Henrietta Maria in 1625 and later by the English courtiers, who fl ed to the continent during the Civil War. However, in contrast to France, where members of the salons were themselves authors of romances, English writers focused not on the activity of the domestic préciosités, but on that of the French salons.
English salon culture, gallantry, préciosités, Madleine de Scudery, Katherine Philips or «the matchless Orinda», Roger Boyle, fi rst Earl of Orrery
Кузнецова И. Н. Французское лингвистическое наследие академика Ю. С. Степанова // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия III: Филология. 2014. Вып. 3 (38). С. 143-150.
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Потанина Л. Т., Мельников Т. Н., Кузнецова Г. Д. Развитие ценностно-смысловой сферы личности средствами социально-ролевых форм групповой деятельности // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия IV: Педагогика. Психология. 2016. Вып. 4 (43). С. 24-31. DOI: 10.15382/sturIV201643.24-31
This article provides a description of the empirical studies on the impact of social and group activities on the development of value-semantic sphere of the personality of pupils of different age groups. Value-semantic sphere of the individual student is viewed from the position of one of its essential components — moral sphere. The development of value-semantic sphere of personality is studied from the position of formation of the student semantic structures, including the nature of the interaction with the world at the level of behavior. As criteria of value-semantic sphere of personality examines the ways of meaning refl ections of a student of the world, the involvement of the student in the event of life and a wide range of significant objects and phenomena of the surrounding world. Detailed description received pedagogical possibilities of the proposed methods of their conduct. Presents the results of empirical studies on the levels of development of moral sphere of the personality of the student, confirmed the effectiveness of the impact of social and group activities on the development of the moral qualities of the personality in educational process of elementary, middle, and high school.
value-semantic sphere of the personality, moral sphere of the personality, involvement in the events of life, social role forms of group activity, the involvement in a life situation, a wide range of important facilities

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Potanina Leila
Mel'nikov Timur
Kuznetsova Galina
Кузнецова Н. С. Кивории римских церквей XII-XIII вв.: классификация и стилистика // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2019. Вып. 36. С. 31-47. DOI: 10.15382/sturV201936.31-47
This article studies ciboria of Roman churches of the 12th — 13th centuries, the role of which is very important in shaping the interior structure of basilicas. The first aim of the article is to classify the forms of ciboria and show their signifi cance in structuring the interior space of the churches. Prior to the 12th century, the principal type of ciboria, found in the territory of Rome and Lazio, had its upper part in form of a canopy with four slopes, the shape of which can be interpreted as an image of baldachin, a cover. To this type belong the objects from the basilicas Santa Cristina in Bolsena and San Pietro in Tuscany. There also existed ciboria in a form of a rectangular colonnade with an inclined roof. This type is represented by one example, i.e. San Clemente al Laterano. In the 12th century, it starts to be seen again (e.g. in Castel Sant’Elia), though a more wide-spread become ciboria with a pinnacle-like ending in form of an eightpart colonnade and a tent (San Giorgio in Velabro, Santi Giovanni e Paolo Ferentino, Santa Maria Assunta, etc.). In the late 13th century appears a new type of ciborium in Gothic style. The main monuments were made by Arnolfo di Cambio (Santa Cecilia in Trastevere and San Paolo fouri le mura) and Deodato da Cosma (Santa Maria in Cosmedin). Therefore, ciboria of the period in question were understood as smaller architectural forms oriented towards fashions of church construction. These are forms of a centric building and crossing of the basilica. The structure of ciboria might have been influenced by the shape of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. All these parameters have determined the form of the altar space as a specifi cally emphasised solemn place in the interior which is exposed to the eyes of supplicants.
ciborium, altar space, Rome, architecture, sculpture, Middle Ages, Arnolfo di Cambio, Deodato da Cosma, Papal States, presbytery
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Kuznetsova Nataliya
Place of work: Lomonosov Moscow State University; 27-4 Lomonosovskiy Prospect, Moscow 119991, Russian Federation;
ORCID: 0000-0001-5639-4174;
Email: Natik.ne@mail.ru.