Studia mythologica Slavica

Studia mythologica Slavica is international scientific journal on mythology, spiritual culture and tradition of Slavic and also other nations and people. It is published by the Institute of Slovenian Ethnology at the Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and by the Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere, Università degli Studi di Udine (first issue was published in 1998 by Università degli Studi di Pisa). The journal is dedicated to interdisciplinary studies, and one of the main aims of this journal is to present comparative research that defines and determines (i.e. establishes) Slavic culture in the context of the wider European and non-European world (cultures). The journal intends to throw light on the belief systems and religions of older Slavic, Eurasian, and other civilisations. Moreover, it encourages the research of contemporary phenomena in the field of spiritual, social and material culture, and their transformation. The character of the publication is both international and interdisciplinary, covering the themes from the field of ethnology, history, archaeology, linguistics, religious studies, history of literature and philosophy. It also brings new interpretations of historical sources and presents new discoveries, material, and field research.

The journal was first published in 1998 - it was founded by Nikolai Mikhailov and Monika Kropej - and since then it has been published once a year in a multi-language edition, in print and on the internet (Archives).

The articles are published in English, Italian, German, Russian and Slovene languages. All articles have long summaries and an abstract in English language. All articles are examined by one of the editors upon receipt, after which they are sent to two anonymous reviewers. Information for authors and Guidelines are available here.


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Vol 20 (2017)


Table of Contents

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Predgovor
Introduction
7-12

RAZPRAVE / ARTICLES

Kamil Kajkowski, Andrzej Kuczkowski PDF
Water in Pre-Christian Beliefs in Pomerania (Northern Poland) of the Early Medieval Period
Woda w przedchrześcijańskich wierzeniach na wczesnośredniowiecznym Pomorzu (północna Polska)
15-32

Stanislaw Sielicki PDF
Indo-Iranian Parallels of the Slavic Water Rites of the Oath and Guilt Confirmation Attested in Medieval Latin Accounts and Slavic Law Codices
Indo-iranskie paralleli slavjanskih vodnyh ritualov kljatvoprinošenija i priznanija viny, opisannyh v srednevekovyh latinskih istočnikah i predstavlennyh v slavjanskih juridičeskih kodeksah
33-54

Jernej Rihter PDF
Območje jugovzhodne neviodunske vpadnice v ljudskem izročilu
Area of the Southeast Roman Road to Neviodunum (Drnovo pri Krškem) in Oral Tradition
55-81

Jiří Dynda PDF
Rusalki: Anthropology of Time, Death, and Sexuality in Slavic Folklore
Rusalky: antropologie času, smrti a sexuality ve slovanském folkloru
83-109

Zmago Šmitek PDF
What do Birds Sing? On Animal Language in South Slavic Folklore
Kaj ptiči pojó? O živalski govorici v južnoslovanski folklori
111-144

Marija Klobčar PDF
Skrita pričevanja o potresu leta 1348 v slovenskih deželah
Hidden Testimonies on the Earthquake of 1348 on the Territory of Slovenia
145-177

Roberto Dapit PDF
Rezijanska Linčica Turkinčica kot splošno slovenski motiv drugosti
L’alterità come motivo comune sloveno nel canto resiano Linčica Turkinčica
179-203

Anja Mlakar PDF
»K nam so prišli Francozi in prinesli ‚drugačne čase‘«: Napoleonovi Francozi v slovenskih povedkah v kontekstu kolektivnega spomina in drugosti
“The French Came and Brought ‘a Different Time’”: Napoleon’s French Forces in Slovene Legends in the Context of the Collective Memory and Otherness
205-231

Danijela Križanec-Beganović PDF
Pogrebni običaji Bošnjaka u Mahali kod Breze - običajne prakse i vjerski propisi
Burial Practices of Bosniaks in Mahala Near Breza. Traditional Practices and Religious Laws
233-253

Karolina Lukač, Ivana Artuković Župan PDF
Simbolika pogrebnih običaja i vjerovanja brodskog Posavlja – pretkršćansko u kršćanskom
Symbolism in Funeral Rites and Beliefs of Brod Posavlje Area – Prechristian in Christian
255-269

Marjetka Golež Kaučič PDF
Podobe krvi v slovenski folklori in poeziji med svetim in profanim
Images of Blood in Slovenian Folklore and Poetry Between Sacred and Profane
271-290

Veroniсa Eduardovna Matveenko PDF
K 215-letiju so dnja roždenija Ju.I. Venelina – istorika, filologa i fol’klorista
215th Anniversary of the Birth of Y. I. Venelin – Historian, Philologist and Folklorist
291-305

RAZGLEDI / HORIZONS

Vlado Nartnik PDF
Ivasik Telesik. Nekaj misli ob knjigi Nazarija Nazarova »Obredni izvor pravljičnega besedila«
Ivasik Telesik. Reflections on the Book “The Ritual Origin of a Fairy Taletext” by Nazarij Nazarov
309-315

RECENZIJE IN POROČILA O KNJIGAH / BOOK REVIEWS

Saša Babič PDF
Magnus Ljung: Swearing. A Cross-cultural Linguistic Study 319-321

Anja Mlakar PDF
Emily Lyle: Ten Gods: A New Approach to Defining the Mythological Structures of the Indo-Europeans 321-322

Saša Babič PDF
S. M. Tolstaja: Obraz mira v tekste i rituale / Image of World in Text and Ritual 323

Mirjam Mencej PDF
Luka Šešo: Živjeti s nadnaravnim bićima. Vukodlaci, vile i vještice hrvatskih tradicijskih vjerovanja 324-328

Simona Klemenčič PDF
Boris Oguibénine: L’héritage du lexique indo-européen dans le vocabulaire russe: compléments au dictionnaire éthymologique de la langue russe de Max Vasmer 329-330

BIBLIOGRAFIJA / BIBLIOGRAPHY

Stanka Drnovšek PDF
Bibliografija Studia mythologica Slavica 11–20 (2008–2017) 333-347