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Family of Merchants, Eminent People, Barons, Counts Stroganovs in Old Cyrillic Notes of the 16th - 19th Centuries
Abstract.The presented article continues the author's research in the field of source study of notes in Old Cyrillic books. The subject of this study are the notes that mention a representative of the Stroganov family. The subject is the change in the social status of this family. Initially not possessing a privileged position, during the 17th - 19th centuries the Stroganovs entered the socio-economic, cultural and political elite of the country. The task set before the author was to trace these changes through notes in Old Cyrillic books. In addition, on the example of the Stroganovs, it became possible to trace the changes in attitude of the Russian elite towards publications in the old printed Cyrillic alphabet. The article is based on the materials of the database of notes (identified on the basis of the catalogs of the Old Cyrillic alphabet prepared by the archaeographers of Lomonosov Moscow State University), which the author has been conducting since 2008. For the sake of the conclusions' clarity, the author also used catalogs prepared on the basis of the funds of the State Historical Museum, the Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts, the Russian State Library, and the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences. As a result, the author was able to trace the changes in the social status of the Stroganov family, which once again shows the systematic nature of the information contained in book notes and the possibility of utilizing them for the reconstruction of various subjects of social history. On the example of the Stroganovs it was possible to demonstrate that the Russian elite played an important role in the distribution of old printed publications of the 16th - 17th centuries. In the 18th century and in the 19th centuries, representatives of the nobility were not involved in the contribution of books to churches and monasteries. The article contains two annexes: a list of 80 books on the basis of which notes were found, and a genealogical list comprising 32 representatives of the family (11 generations) that lived in the 16th - 19th centuries.
Keywords: Stroganov, genealogy, database, church, contributions, book culture, old printed Cyrillic, archeography, notes in books, social history
Article was received:13-06-2017
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .