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open-access-imgOpen AccessYakut clothes of the 17th and 18th centuries, archaeology and restitution
Author(s)
Christiane Hochstrasser-Petit,
L. B. Romanova,
Sylvie Duchesne,
O. Melnichuk,
Paul Gérard
Publication year2020
40 frozen yakutian graves, from the 17th to the 19th century allow the reconstitution of clothes. At the end of the 17th century, new fashions are emerging with the ostentatious use of imported goods and the influences of Russian noble circles and Chinese and/or Mongol and/or Buriat fashions. The garment does not only seem to be any more an element of protection against the cold and a utilitarian object but becomes a way to marking the so-cialization of the individual.
Subject(s)ancient history , archaeology , clothing , element (criminal law) , history , law , linguistics , object (grammar) , philosophy , political science , restitution
Language(s)English
DOI10.20874/2071-0437-2020-51-4-12

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