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To the history of study Pritymya: review of sources and materials



n. V. Toroshchina * N.A. Tuchkova"

To the HISTORY of STUDY PRITYMYA: REVIEW of SOURCES AND MATERIALS

Tomsk state university & #34; Tomsk state pedagogical university

Pritymye - the local region of a right bank of the Average of Priobye. It is considered as the territory of accommodation of Selkups of dialect and local group chumylkup, contacting to Khanty, Evenks, Kets. From the middle II thousand as historical, ethnographic and linguistic sources testify, the Region of Pritymya became a peculiar corridor for resettlement of the people on the North, on coast of the Sym and Taz Rivers. Oncoming traffic of the Evenks mastering the tymsko-Ket Entre Rios complicated already difficult cultural and historical situation in Narymsky Priobye. Since the beginning of the 17th century the active process of development of the West Siberian lands by the Russian population began.

At the present stage of development of historical science when complex and cross-disciplinary researches became relevant, definition of a circle of sources for these researches and working off of a technique of cross-disciplinary synthesis of different sciences is important. For studying cultural and historical processes in Pritymye whose population had no writing the attraction of data of archeology, anthropology, ethnography, linguistics and documentary sources is especially important.

Any historiographic review concerning the territory of dwelling of the southern Selkups traditionally begins with the analysis of materials of M.A. Kas-tren. In September, 1845, traveling around the Tobolsk and Tomsk provinces, it stopped in Tym's mouth and collected some data on inhabitants of this river stated in his letters to friends - to Lenrot, Colan, etc. and also in his Travelling report published in the German and Russian languages [1-3].

M.A. Kastren reported about the Tym River to the colleagues that it follows from the Yenisei swamps, has the considerable extent and width and is inhabited by Samoyeds, "living in ordinary yurtas" and "the trading hunting and fishing"; "all of them are baptized and have the church on Ob, in twenty versts Tym's mouths are higher". He carried language of tymsky Samoyeds to a northern Na-rymsky adverb of languages of the Tomsk Samoyeds and noted that everything, living is lower than Narym to border with the Surgut region, call themselves Tschumel-gop. It also for the first time provides the Samoyed name Tyma - Kasel-ky, i.e. The river perch (from kaha, kasa,

kassa - a perch and ky - the river) [2, page 269]. Later he lamented that he did not manage to study a tymsky adverb of the Tomsk Samoyeds "because of independent [from it] circumstances" which "forced it to hurry in Narym" [3, page 282].

Much more in details culture and language of the population Tym were studied by other Finnish researcher K. Donner who was late in Tym's mouth - in the village of Tymskom and the Ob yurtas Kolguyak - for winter of 19111912, there he found the translator and an informant

And. Oldzhigin with whom learned language of ostyako-Samoyeds so that could "express decently" on a dialect of Kolguyaksky yurtas. Together with A. Oldzhigi-ny K. Donner made at first a 18-day trip along Ob and to lower reaches of Vasyugan, and then at the beginning of May, 1912 they by the boat climbed high water up Tym to yurtas Napas from where on a small oblask left to tymsky Selkup settlements. The Tymsky travel of K. Donner came to the end in the middle of the summer of 1912. From an expedition the Finnish scientist brought the considerable language materials and ethnographic sketches published by him and his followers in the 1920-30th [4] and also the photographic materials and ethnographic objects which are stored in the Museum of cultures of Helsinki (the call. number: 4934; the inventory of a collection is published) [5].

In 1927 the statistiko-economic studying settlements of the basin of the Ob River, and in particular on the Tym and Ket Rivers, was undertaken by method of "continuous field statistical inspection". As a part of this expedition E.N. Orlova surveying 25 settlements on Tym and 20 - on Ket worked. By results of a trip it wrote the work devoted to economic and household aspect of life including the tym-sky population [6].

Till 1927 Ty was included in statistikoekonomichesky and local history reviews on the Narymsky region three times: at A.F. Plotnikov (1901), at S.K. Patkanov (1911; according to a census of 1897) and at V.Ya. Nagnibeda (1927; on materials of inspection of 1910-1911) [7-9].

E.D. Prokofieva visited Pritymye in 19311933 during the arrivals to the Narymsky region within activity of Committee of the new alphabet and Institute of peoples of the North. It should be noted that almost unknown remain as circumstances and routes of these trips, so

and volumes of collected material; only their small part was introduced by the author for scientific use [10]. Funds of the Tomsk Regional Museum of Local Lore (TRMLL) have documentary confirmation of stay of E.D. Prokofieva in August, 1933 in the settlement of Kargasok as the inspector of teacher's courses where she held at future teachers exam in the Selkup language (a photo: TOKM 12189 "E.D. Prokofieva among listeners of teacher's courses in Kargask") [11, l. 16].

In 1936 E.D. Prokofieva handed over in funds of Russian Museum of Ethnography (Leningrad) the collection on the southern group of Selkups collected by it in 1931 among which things cult objects from a sacred [Yysky] ambarchik are of the greatest interest [12, page 172].

The significant contribution to study Pritymya was made by P.I. Kutafyev who for the first time got on Ty in June, 1933 as the director of the Tymsky production and hunting station to the settlement of Vanzhil-Kynak. Then in June - July, 1938 it, as the director of the Narymsky district museum of study of local lore (nowadays Kolpashevsky museum of local lore), developed on Tym full-scale archaeological works: together with employees of the expedition (laboratory assistant K.I. Polezhayev and the photographer I.S. Fateev) P.I. Kutafyev open 11 archeological sites (among them there are 5 settlements, 2 ancient settlements, 2 soil burial grounds, 2 congestions of finds from uncertain monuments). The considerable volume of excavation was at the same time carried out - on necropolises Bie-derevsky Bohr, Clean Jara, on the ancient settlement Powerful Hillocks, on the settlements of Yinskom and Pekulyaks-kaya Akka. On monuments the Sepulchral Cape, Napas Canal and Polta II is carried out collecting lifting material [13, page 112]. For Institute of history of material culture of Academy of Sciences of the USSR P.I. Kutafyev prepared the 4-volume scientific report in which t. By IV it was devoted to researches in the basin of the Tym River [14].

Also P.I. Kutafyev organized collecting ethnographic collections, and in particular thanks to his efforts the Kolpashevsky Museum of Local Lore (KMLL) received in 1938 objects from the Yysky cult place on the ruble to Ty (KKM 615-666) and a thing of the tymsky shaman E. Karlygin who died in 1937 (KKM 672/1-26; call. the inventory is published (see: [15, page 288-289]). The figures of nine wooden spirits-lozov complemented metal zoo - and anthropomorphous shaman amulets enter the Yysky collection [14; 16, page 67].

Summer of 1940 P.I. Kutafyev organized a joint expedition of the Kolpashevsky museum and members of crew "Red plagues" on the Tym River. After this trip the funds of the museum were replenished with a bright ethnographic collection from the Lymbelsky cult place (the call. numbers: KKM 254/1-456; KKM

255/1-33). The description of a collection according to books of receipts of the Kolpashevsky museum was made by R.A. Urayev in the 1950th [17-19]. In work flow excavation of a number of monuments to which documentation was lost were carried out. Collection materials are found in KKM funds by Ya.A. Yakovlev in 1980 [20, page 149-150].

During the forwarding trips on Ty in 1938 and 1940 the kolpashevsky photographer I.S. Fateev made about 250 photofixings on the glass negatives of 9 x 12 cm in size which imprinted many aspects of life Pritymya: its inhabitants - Selkups, Evenks, their settlements (16 tymsky yurtas, settlements of Evenks, fishing camps were removed) and also cultural innovations of the 1930th: propaganda centers with election posters to elections to the Supreme Council of RSFSR in June, 1938, participants of electoral commission, concerts of propagandists of cultural crew "Red plagues" on the Evenki settlement, the collective-farm cattle of ostyak of collective farm of Smidovich, reading room, etc. I.S. Fateev's negatives are stored in Kolpashevsky museum of local lore, forming the basis of its fund of graphic sources [21].

Winter of 1941 Pritymye was visited by the Moscow writer and the journalist V.N. Matov who left the description of 13 tymsky settlements. Its observations concerned economic and household aspect of life of people on Tym. Narymsky sketches and impressions entered later its essays, stories and stories [22-24].

In June - August, 1953 on Tym lingvo-ethnographic and archaeological researches of professor of the Tomsk Pedagogical Institute A.P. Dulzon were conducted. He traveled practically over all settlements, having reached tymsky upper courses - yurtas Vanzhil-Kynak. The scientist was interested first of all language (Selkup) material - terms of relationship, data on the calendar, on economic classes, folklore [25; 26, page 251; 27, page 110-116]. During the trip A.P. Dulzon also actively collected data on archeology Prity-mya. In his diaries information on 37 settlements, ancient settlements, kurganny and soil burial grounds was grouped in particles; it made plans of some archeological sites, ceramics fragments are sketched. Subsequently these data were included into its work "Archeological sites of the Tomsk region" [28, page 219-241].

In 1953 and 1959 the ethnographic and folklore collecting on Tym was carried out by GI. Pelikh, and results of this collecting were actively used by it in all its articles and monographs of the 1950-80th [29-34]. In 1956 and 1958 on Tym, employees of TOMK R.A. Urayev and S.I. Osipova conducted field collecting [35-37].

In the 1960-70th with carriers of a tymsky dialect of the Selkup language work - is a lot of and fruitfully

whether linguists: 1962 and 1967 - E.G. Becker, 1968 - N.V. Denning, E.S. Kuznetsova, 1969 - Z.Ya. Demyanenko, 1973 - N.M. Voyevodina, N.S. Zhukova, 1977 - V.V. Bykonya, 1979 - A.A. Kim [27].

From 1970th the archaeological researches in Pri-tymye within the program of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR for certification of monuments of the Tomsk region were conducted by archeologists of the Tomsk state university N.M. Zinyakov, Yu.F. Kiryushin, E.A. Vasilyev, Ya.A. Yakovlev and A.N. Kondra-shev.

In 1974 and 1976 prospecting groups under the leadership of N.M. Zinyakov [38, page 2; 39, page 209-210;

40, page 2-3] and Yu.F. Kiryushina [41, page 13-24] is opened about 40 monuments on average the Tyma Current of various archaeological eras - from early bronze before the late Middle Ages.

In 1978 and 1980 E.A. Vasilyev for the first time conducted stationary researches of monuments of an era of bronze in the basin of the average current of the Tym River on settlements Polta I and Tarakanovk II, by III [42, page 212-213; 43].

In 1980 - 1985 in Pritymye Ya.A. Yakovlev worked. A considerable part of archeological sites of the basin of the Tym River is open for them, stationary researches of Not gothic IV settlement, ancient settlement Kondrashkina Akka I [44, are conducted by page 222; 45, page 237238; 46, page 238]. Materials of researches are stored in the Museum of archeology and ethnography of Siberia of the Tomsk state university (MAES TGU). All data on more than 120 open and partially studied archeology monuments Pritymya until 1980 were consolidated by Ya.A. Yakovlev in the section "Monuments of the Basin of the Tyma River" of "The archaeological map of the Tomsk region" [20, page 136-168].

In 1991 and 1995 A.N. Kondrashev surveyed territories in the neighborhood of the former settlements of Vanzhil-Kynak, Pyl-Karamo and the Lake Chonzholto. Openly 5 new monuments - 2 settlements, 1 single zapadina, 2 soil burial grounds, are specified location of the old cemetery [47, page 1-9] and stationary researches of the soil burial ground Pyl-Karamo are conducted (funds of the Museum of Seversk: call. No. 27, Inventory of the soil burial ground Pyl-Karamo of the 18th century Verkhneketsky district of the Tomsk region, A.N. Kondrashov's excavation, 1995. KA, 3846/1-38) [48].

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From the middle of the 1980th, within activity of a complex Selkup expedition which organizer and the mastermind was V.I. Vasilyev to a research of the tymsky population also paid considerable attention. He and the participant of ethnographic group an antroponimist S.M. Malinovskaya studied materials metric and household books, documents of registry offices and also other materials of local archives of regional administrations (Village Councils); including work was conducted

and with the documents which are stored in archive of page. Hag juice. In particular, registers of births Tymsky Troitsk and Kargasokska Spasska of churches during the second half of the 19th century where information on Tym's population concentrated were processed [49, page 42-47].

In 1989-1992 during work of a complex Selkup expedition researches on burial grounds of XP-XVSh of centuries Bederevsky Bohr I, by II, III and at the cemetery XK-XX of centuries of the former settlement of Varganan-zhino were conducted.

The natural boundary Bederevsky Bohr is in a right bank of the Tym River, on the left coast of Staritsa Sepulchral Akka. It is located approximately in 15 km from the settlement of Napas of Kargasoksky district upstream of Tym. Bederevsky Bohr I was opened in 1938 by P.I. Kutafyev who dug out then 4 burials. Other burial ground, Bederevsky Bohr II, is known since 1974 from N.M. Zinyakov. In 1989 at inspection of the natural boundary A.I. Bobrova's expedition found one more burial ground - Bederevsky Bohr III. In 1989-1990 under the leadership of A.I. Bobrova the burial ground Bederev-sky Bohr of II (all on a monument 51 burials are dug out) was entirely studied and a part of burials on burial grounds Bederevsky Bohr I (all 21 burials are dug out) and III is opened (2 burials) (MAES TGU funds: call. No. 7206, Inventory call. No. 7206 of archaeological department of MAES TGU; MAeS TGU funds: call. No. 7669, Inventory call. No. 7669 of archaeological department of MAES TGU) [50, page 1-48; 51, page 2-40].

In 1991-1992 N.V. Berezovskaya completely investigated a monument Bederevsky Bohr III (all 31 burials are dug out) (MAES TGU funds, the call. No. 7668, Inventory call. No. 7668 of archaeological department of MAES TGU) [52, page 13-31; 53, page 1-27;

54, page 31-32].

The Selkup cemetery of the former settlement of Varganan-zhino (19 graves are dug out) is located approximately in 40-60 km from the settlement. Youth upstream Tyma, in 2-3 km from the mouth of the Vargananzhin-sky River Tormenting. The cemetery is explored in 1989 under the leadership of the anthropologist V.A. Dryomov (materials from Vargananzhino's burial ground: MAES TGU funds, call. No. 7648, Inventory call. No. 7648 of archaeological department of MAES TGU) [55, page 308-356, 370 - 380; 56, page 143-148].

In 1988-1990, during investigation, Yu.I. Auger-redov surveyed two cult places in the lower and average Tyma Current on the island of Vorozheynom and on Zimny Napas Canal with anthropomorphous images on stubs and trunks of trees [57, page 242249; 58, page 160-171].

In 2001 pictures of historical and ethnographic character from the former party instructor V.L. Parshin visiting with lectures about boundaries - came to fund of graphic sources of TOKM

dunarodny situation and various control commissions tymsky settlements in 1960-1962 (TOKM 12798/1-25) and also pictures of the Moscow ethnographer from Institute of ethnology and anthropology of RAS K.G Shakhovtsov (TOKM 12812/1-35) who was carrying out that year on Tym field works.

On the basis of the archive materials which are stored in GATO, in the 20th century V.M. Kulemzin [59], V.N. Markov tried to reconstruct the history Pritymya [60]. Now (2003-2004) within the research project "Cultural and Historical Processes in Pritymye in the Second Half II Thousand." carry out work on introduction to scientific turnover of materials of late archeological and anthropological sites (Bederevsky Bohr I, II; Clean Jara, Vargananzhino) and also these registers of births of Trinity Church of page of Tymsky deanery No. 6 of the Tomsk spiritual consistory (GATO. T. 170, 257. Registers of births for 51 year; Archive of Kargasok-sky district of the Tomsk region. T. 204. Registers of births in 10 years) [61].

Thus, study Pritymya always had complex character: in the 19th century prevalirova-

whether lingvo-ethnographic researches (M. Kas-tren, K. Donner), at the end of XIX - the first quarter of the 20th centuries - statistiko-economic (S.K. Patka-nov, A.F. Plotnikov, V.Ya. Nagnibeda, E.N. Orlova), since 1938 the archaeological studying the Tymsky residential district complemented by collecting ethnographic and anthropological materials and photofixings (P.I. Kutafyev, I.S. Fateev, G.F. Debets) is developed; the 1950-90th - the period intensive etnografo-linguistic (G.I. Pelikh, R.A. Urayev, A.P. Dulzon, E.G. Becker, V.V. Bykonya, N.V. Denning, etc.) and arkheologo-anthropological researches (N.M. Zinyakov, Yu.F. Kiryushin, E.A. Vasilyev, V.A. Dryomov, Ya.A. Yakovlev, A.I. Bobrova,

N.V. Berezovskaya, A.N. Kondrashov, N.V. Toroshchina), complemented in the 1980-2000th with archival researches (V.I. Vasilyev, S.M. Malinovskaya,

V.I. Markov, I.V. Chernova). To the middle of the 1990th the process of active accumulation of sources came to the end, began a stage of critical judgment of already available istochnikovy base.

Work is performed with financial support of RGNF, research project No. 04-01-65007 and/T.

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