Ant lentelės paguldyta, baltomis įkapėms rėdyta: ikapių samprata kalbos, papročių, tautosakos ir archeologijos duomenimis

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Ant lentelės paguldyta, baltomis įkapėms rėdyta: ikapių samprata kalbos, papročių, tautosakos ir archeologijos duomenimis
Alternative Title:
Placed on a board, dressed in white funeral grab: the concept of grave goods according to data from language, customs, folklore and archaeology
In the Journal:
Būdas. 2020, Nr. 5 (194), p. 28-39
Keywords:
LT
Laidosena; Papildomos įkapės; Pomirtinio pasaulio samprata; Įkapės.
EN
Additional burials; Additional cerement; Burial; Burial rites; Burials; Cerement; Conception of afterlife world; The concept of the afterlife.
Summary / Abstract:

LTTirdami dabartinės Lietuvos teritorijoje esamus I-XVI a. palaidojimus archeologai randa įkapių fragmentus. Ką jie mums praneša apie to meto žmonių gyvenseną ir pasaulėžiūrą, pomirtinio pasaulio sampratą? Ieškant atsakymų, tikslinama įkapių samprata, archeologijos duomenys gretinami su kalbos, tautosakos, istorinių šaltinių duomenimis. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe oldest burials provide us with knowledge about burial rites, and the found grave goods (items and clothes placed in the grave for the deceased) about the concept of death and afterlife. In Lithuania, the oldest grave goods have been found in burials from the Stone Age, and we have the most information about the tradition of laying grave goods in the territory of present-day Lithuania from the lstlóth century, when grave goods are found in almost all graves, regardless of the type of grave, the sex and age of the deceased. Certain sets of grave goods report on the sex, age, occupation, and the life of the deceased. In living language and folklore, only the garments of the deceased, which may have had a protective function at the time of the funeral, as well as to further life in the afterlife, are referred to as grave goods. Objects placed in a tomb (or coffin) could have similar functions, and some of them were used in the ritual of burials. [From the publication]

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2669-0403
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2021-02-02 19:09:02
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