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The Ethnology Notebooks, 2018, № 5 (143),  1191—1202

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2018.05.1191

Received  19.07.2018

BUILDINGS OF COURT IN POKUTTIA: BUILDINGS FOR HOLDING OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS AND POULTRY AND SMALL ARCHITECTURAL FORMS

ORCID ID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1900-8948

Radovych Roman Bohdanovych, Candidate of Sciences in History, Ph.D, research fellow

in the Department of Historical Ethnology

of the Institute of Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Svobody Avenue 15,  79000, Lviv, Ukraine.

Contacts: Tel. (067)7117846; e-mail: ina@mail.lviv.ua

Abstrakt. Household buildings, intended for keeping livestock and poultry («staini», «karnyky», «kurnyky» etc.), as well as small architectural forms of a court yard (drying, wells) are considered. Their specific features and planning peculiarities are analyzed. Particular attention is focused on technique and technology of construction.

Keywords: Pokuttia, household buildings, «stainia», chicken coop, «karnyk», forehead, well, engineering technique.

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