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Record #200925:

"Нет железа, которое не сломается, нет живого существа, которое не умрет" (представление о смерти в контексте картины мира алтайцев)

Title: "Нет железа, которое не сломается, нет живого существа, которое не умрет" (представление о смерти в контексте картины мира алтайцев)
Title, transliterated: "Net zheleza, kotoroe ne slomaetsi︠a︡, net zhivogo sushchestva, kotoroe ne umret" (predstavlenie o smerti v kontekste kartiny mira altaĭt︠s︡ev) / N.A. Tadina.
Translated title: "There's no iron that can't be broken, there's no living being that cannot die" (concepts of death in the context of Altaytsy world view).
Author(s): Tadina, N. A.
Date: 2009.
Publisher: Sankt-Peterburg: Muzeĭ Antropologii i Ėtnografii RAN
Language: Russian.
In: Sibirskiĭ sbornik - 1 : pogrebalʹnyĭ obri︠a︡d narodov Sibiri i sopredelʹnykh territorii. Kniga 1. (2009.),
Abstract: Charts attitude to death in Altaytsy culture: temporality of life, eternity of otherworld, unity of life and death. Examines Altaytsy calendar of 12 year cycles, idea of "light" and "heavy" deaths, horizontal and vertical worlds. Concludes that despite lengthy process of Christianisation and contact with other ethnic groups, concepts of death remain traditional. Includes proverbs, idioms, and vocabulary.
Notes:

In: Sibirskiĭ sbornik - 1 : pogrebalʹnyĭ obri︠a︡d narodov Sibiri i sopredelʹnykh territorii. Kniga 1 / L.R. Pavlinskai︠a︡, ed.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Altaytsy.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
398.32 -- Folk beliefs related to places.
398.33 -- Folk beliefs related to times.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
291.213.4 -- Ancestor cults.
291.216 -- Belief in spirits.
291.13 -- Myths and mythology.
80 -- General questions of linguistics and literature. Philology.
811.512.151 -- Altay language.
81 -- Linguistics and languages.
39 -- Ethnography.
393 -- Deaths and funerals.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 200925

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