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The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 3 (135), 731–736

UDK 398.3/.4(=161.2:477.85):303.436.3

Z NARODNOY DUKHOVNOY KUL’TURY UKRAYNTSIV BUKOVYNS’KOY HUTSUL’SCHYNY: MATERIALY POL’OVYKH ETNOHRAFICHNYKH DOSLIDZHEN’

Konopka Volodymyr Mykhajlovych, Ph.D in History,

junior research fellow at the Department of Historical

Ethnology of the Institute of Ethnology of the National

Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Svobody Avenue, 15, Lviv, 79000,Ukraine.

Contacts: Tel. (032) 2970157; e-mail: ina@mail.lviv.ua

ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0872-1833

Abstract. Vysvitleni okremi dilianky dukhovnoi kul’tury (kalendarnoi obriadovosti, demonolohii) ukrains’koho naselennia Bukovyns’koi Hutsul’schyny, zokrema sil Hrobysche ta Marynychi Putyl’s’koho rajonu Chernivets’koi oblasti.

Keywords: Hutsul’schyna, dukhovna kul’tura, tradytsii, viruvannia.

Received 23.03.2017

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