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Резниченко Е. Б. Свадебные причитания Беломорья в контексте изучения народной религиозности // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2013. Вып. 1 (10). С. 169-180.
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Folk religious beliefs of the Eastern Slavs is a holistic system inside of which Christian and pagan (mythological) components are opposed. This article represents the experience of studying the local specific character of North Russian national religiosity in the light of traditional wedding of the White Sea. Originally archaic model of the coast-dwelle (Pomor) wedding ritual is enriched with Christian components which are reflected in different semiotic «languages-codes» (activity language, subject language, verbal-music language). The records of the last third of the 19th century have particular importance for clarifying the role of Christian component of the local wedding. These records include detailed cycles of canonical Orthodox lamentations, using traditional for North Russian lamentations vocabulary.
folk religiousness, regional investigations, Pomorye, wedding lamentations
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