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Iranians, Armenians, Prince Igor, and the Lightness of Pushkin

Iranians, Armenians, Prince Igor, and the Lightness of Pushkin The Animal Style that characterizes Scythian art came into Armenia and Russia, where it is attested in bas-reliefs on churches; and the epic Song of Igor's Campaign, a unique verbal reflection of it, inspired Pushkin and his descendants in their poetic visions. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Iran and the Caucasus Brill

Iranians, Armenians, Prince Igor, and the Lightness of Pushkin

Iran and the Caucasus , Volume 18 (4): 345 – Dec 6, 2014

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Brill
Copyright
Copyright 2014 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1609-8498
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1573-384X
DOI
10.1163/1573384X-20140403
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Abstract

The Animal Style that characterizes Scythian art came into Armenia and Russia, where it is attested in bas-reliefs on churches; and the epic Song of Igor's Campaign, a unique verbal reflection of it, inspired Pushkin and his descendants in their poetic visions.

Journal

Iran and the CaucasusBrill

Published: Dec 6, 2014

Keywords: Scythian Art; Animal Style; Pushkin; Ruslan and Lyudmila; Kitovras; Song of Igor's Campaign; Aght'amar; Cathedral of St. Demetrius at Vladimir; Mandel'štam; Ch'arents'; Kusikov

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