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2024/1(36)

special issue


TOMSKAYA PISANITSA

Research materials


Abolonkova I., Zayatdinov D., Novokreshchenova K., Yudnikova A., Rayko G.

Experience of geomechanical monitoring of Tomskaya Pisanitsa in 2022–2023


Gizey Yu.

Prospects for nomination of ‘The Tom River region Rock Art’ to the World Heritage List


Goryaev V.

“Tomskaya Pisanitsa” Museum-Reserve: returning from a “museum cultural” to a “repository of cultural heritage objects”


Kovtun I.

The Lower Tom Rock Art Centre


Moor N., Abolonkova I., Goryaev V., Seletsky M., Onishchenko S.

Preliminary results of studying archaeological context of Tomskaya Pisanitsa


Moskvina E.

History of conservation and museumification of rock art sites
on the Tom River based on records from the State Archive of Kuzbass


Orlova E.

Old Russian settlements and villages of the proposed place of interest “Tom Rock Ar


Sazanova K., Zelenskaya M., Vlasov D.

Methodological approaches to the protection of archaeological sites
of the Tom River region from biological damage


Seletsky M., Sokolov P.

Lithic assemblage from the Pisanaya I site: preliminary results of technical and typological analysis


Sheremetova S.,
Sheremetov R.

Geographical and floristic features
of the Tom River Basin



Publ. 15/03/2024


Archives

DOI 10.34685/HI.2023.50.23.022

Pirogov V.

Russian and Soviet necropolis in foreign Europe.
History and artistic features

Abstract. The article is written about the foreign Russian necropolis in Europe, its history and artistic features. Russian people found themselves abroad for various reasons, both voluntarily and emigrating under the influence of political circumstances. Living in different countries, the Russian diaspora formed its own circle of material culture, which included necropolises. Special cemeteries are military memorials. Russian or Soviet soldiers who took part in many wars that were conducted by Russia and the USSR in European countries were buried there. Russian cemeteries were built with the involvement of architects and sculptors and often were an example of highly artistic space. This is especially true of Soviet war memorials of the 2nd World War.

Key words: russian graves, necropolis of the Russian diaspora, emigration, military graves, memorials, graves, Russian Empire, USSR, Red Army, Europe, Balkans.

Pirogov Vladimir Yuryevich
Head of the Department for the Preservation of Archaeological Heritage Objects
of the Department of Cultural Heritage of the City of Moscow (Moscow)
Email: pirogoff_v@list.ru

Published:The Heritage Institute Journal, 2023/3(34)

Url: http://nasledie-journal.ru/en/journals/608.html


Founder

Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Publisher

Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Certificate

of the Mass information media
registration:
ЭЛ № ФС 77–60211,
date: 17.12.2014


Frequency

4 issues per year

Published on-line only


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