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The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 2 (134), 391—394

UDK 641.542.2­032.61(477) «19/20»

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.02.391

PARALLELS IN TRADITIONS OF POTTERY USAGE IN THE FOLK NUTRITION CULTURE OF UKRAINEAND CENTRAL ASIA

Shcherban Olena Vasylivna, candidate of sciences in history, ethnologist, ethnographer, historian, ceromologist, senior lecturer

of the Department of History

of Ukraine and World History of Kharkiv State Academy of Ars.

Bursatskyii Uzviz Street, 4, 61003, Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Contacts: Tel (066)1845061

Abstract. Parallels in traditions of pottery usage in the folk nutrition culture of Ukraine and Central Asia are analyzed for the first time. Attention is paid to similarities of its separate species, common and distinct features of it`s forms, similar conceptions about individual elements of décor`s symbolic are highlighted.

Keywords: Peschereva Elena, Asia, Ukraine, pottery, food culture.

Received 12.01.2017

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