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The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 4 (136), 805–810

UDK 392.81:664.6](477.41/.42+477.82).

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.04.805

POLISSIAN BAKING ACCESSORY MADE FROM PLANT MATERIAL

Tsypyshev Serhiyis a deputy of director from

the advanced study

To the museum of folk architecture and way

of life in Lviv the name of К.Sheptyts’koho.

str. Monastic Mountain, 1, Lviv, 79014, Ukraine

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Abstract. The paper deals with the issues concerned to use of plant materials in the making of baking accessories. Processes in which these accessories are used are described. The author calls special attention to the importance of an equipment made from plant materials. Rituals, rites and beliefs directly or indirectly connected with baking accessory, both these customs where those accessories take key role, are observed separately.

Keywords: baking accessories, plant material, bread tub, bread shovel, broom, poker, traditional culture, beliefs, rituals, rites.

Received 23.05.2017

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