Два документи до історії караїмів 1615 р.




Біографія автора

Oksana Shtanko, Науково-дослідний інститут українознавства

Оксана Штанько

кандидат історичних наук, старший науковий співробітник відділу патріотичного виховання НДІУ


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BARANOVYCH, O. (1930). The Settlement of Volhynia Voivodeship in the First Half of the 17th Century. Kyiv: All-Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, 156 p. [in Ukr.]

Transfer of the House of the Lutsk Karaite Hoshva Batkovych, Located in Zhydivska Street, Lutsk, into Possession of Nobleman Yan Holubetsky (Feb. 3, 1615). In: Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Kyiv. [in Old Ukr.]

DASHKEVYCH, Ya. (2016). Karaites. In: H. SVARNYK, A. FELONIUK, eds., Ukraine and East. NAS of Ukraine, M. S. Hrushevsky Institute of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies, Lviv Branch; Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, pp. 304–379. [in Ukr.]

DOVBYSHCHENKO, M. (2019). Ukrainian Lawyers in Volhynia during the Polish-Lithuanian Period of the 16th–18th Centuries. Kyiv: KVITs, 288 p. [in Ukr.]

ZAIATS, A. (2019). Municipal Community of Volhynia in the 16th – First Half of the 17th Century. Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 582 p. [in Ukr.]

POLISHCHUK, V. (2002). The Introduction of the Court Official’s Government in Lutsk County in 1567. Ukrainskyi arkheohrafichnyi shchorichnyk (Ukrainian Archeographic Yearbook), Vol. 7. Kyiv, pp. 185–215. [in Ukr.]

Protest of the Karaite from Tuchyn Moshko Hoshvych against the Lutsk Karaites Sachko Symshych and Abraham Lavrovych regarding His Long-Term Unjustified Imprisonment in Lutsk. Request for a Court Trial (Jan. 15, 1615). In: Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Kyiv. [in Old Ukr.]

An Agreement between the Jews and the Townsmen of Lutsk (Jan. 14, 1639). In: Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Kyiv. [in Old Pol.]

STARCHENKO, N. (2002). Commis­sioners – Prosecutors – Friends. Who Are They? (Establishment of the Institute of Advocacy in Volhynia at the End of the 16th Century). Sotsium. Almanakh sotsialnoi istorii (Society. Almanac of Social History), Vol. 1, pp. 111–144. [in Ukr.]

TSYNKALOVSKYI, O. (1986). Old Volhynia and Volhynian Polissia: A Dictionary of Local History from Ancient Times to 1914: In 2 Vol. Vol. 2. Winnipeg: “Volhynia” Society Edition, 578 p. [in Ukr.]

SHABAROVSKYI, V. (2013). Karaites in Volhynia: Strokes to the Portrait of the Mysterious People. Lutsk: Tverdynia, 252 p. [in Ukr.]

HENDERSON, E. (1821). Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia. London, 538 p. [in Eng.]

NEMETH, M. (2012). Past and Present of Karaite Cultural and Linguistic Activity. In: B. MACHUL-TELUS, ed., Karaites. Warsaw: Sejm Publishing House, p. 53–72. [in Pol.]

SMOLINSKI, J. (1912). Karaites and Their Synagogue in Lutsk. Warsaw, 15 p. [in Pol.]

STECKI, T. (1876). Ancient and Present Lutsk. Krakow, 232 p. [in Pol.]

SULIMIERSKI, F., WALEWSKI, W. (1892). Szlurpkiszki – Warłynka, Vol. 12 of Geographical Dictionary of the Polish Kingdom and Other Slavic Countries. Warsaw, 960 p. [in Pol.]

SULIMOVYCH, A. (2017). Social Life of the Karaite Community in Lutsk during the Interwar Period (1919–1939). Prague, 328 p.

WITKOWSKI, R. (2007). Isaac from Trakai, Son of Abraham, a Karaite Scholar from the 16th Century. Almanach Karaimski (The Karaite Almanac) (1), pp. 59–69. [in Pol.]

ZAJONCHKOVSKI, A. (1934). Karaites in Volhynia. Rocznik Wołynski (Volhynia Yearbook), Vol. 3. Rivne: Volhynia District Council, Polish Teachers’ Union Edition, pp. 149–190. [in Pol.]




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