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Зміцер Крывашэй
Zmicier Kryvasej
Праз свята -- да душы
A preface
Аляксандра Верашчагіна
Alaksandra Vierascahina
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Formation of Christian festive traditions in medieval Belarus (sixteenth to seventeenth century)
Наталля Сліж
Natalla Sliz
Граць вяселле па-шляхецку
Celebrating a wedding in the noble style
Ганна Паўлоўская
Hanna Paulouskaja
"Пры гучным стралянні з гарматаў..." Cвяткаванні ў Гародні ў другой палове XVIII ст.
"Accompanied by loud gunfire". The festive culture of Harodnia in the second half of the eighteenth century
Вольга Сабалеўская
Volha Sabaleuskaja
Святочная культура габрэяў беларускай часткі мяжы аселасці ў ХІХ -- пачатку ХХ ст.
Jewish festive culture in the Belarusian part of the Pale of Settlement in the nineteenth and at the beginning of the twentieth century
Іна Соркіна
Ina Sorkina
Святочная культура мястэчак Беларусі
The festive culture of Belarusian towns
Людміла Рогач
Ludmila Rohac
"У карчме -- нараджалі й жанілі..."
"People were born and got married in the inn"
Вольга Папко
Volha Papko
Балі і прыёмы ў культуры беларускай шляхты ў ХІХ -- пачатку ХХ стагоддзяў
Balls and receptions in the culture of the Belarusian nobility in the nineteenth and at the beginning of the twentieth century
Аляксандр Фрыдман
Alexander Fridman
Менск у пачатку кастрычнiка 1942 года: "першыя вольныя дажынкi"
Minsk at the beginning of October 1942: "The first free harvest festival"
Ян Шумскі
Jan Szumski
Рэлігійныя святы на захадзе Беларусі ў пасляваенны перыяд
Religious festivals in the west of Belarus during the postwar period
Алег Латышонак
Aleh Latysonak
Святы БНР учора і сёння
The holidays of the Belarusian People's Republic yesterday and today
Арсень Сівіцкі
Arsie? Sivicki
Беларускі святочны каляндар: афіцыйны і неафіцыйны
Belarusian festival calendar -- official and unofficial versions
Таццяна Кухаронак
Tacciana Kucharonak
Cвята ў кантэксце традыцыйнай культуры беларусаў
A holiday in the context of traditional Belarusian culture
Таццяна Валодзіна
Tacciana Valodzina
Лекавальная магія ў кантэксце каляндарнага свята
Healing magic in the context of the festival calendar
Ірына Махоўская
Iryna Machouskaja
Абрадавае застолле ў традыцыйнай беларускай культуры
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