TILE COMPOSITIONS FROM DECORATION OF STOVES IN BATURYN IN THE LAST THIRD OF THE 17th AND THE BEGINNING OF THE 18th CENTURIES


  • L. V. Myronenko Institute of Archaeology, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Keywords: tiles, tile panel, tile frieze, Baturyn, last third of the 17th and the beginning of the 18th centuries.

Abstract

The tile compositions from decoration of Baturyn’s stoves are discussed. Based on the form, size and number of composite elements, the tile compositions are attributed to the tile panels and friezes. All finds had localized within two objects: hetman’s palace on the Citadel (two stoves) and a house of a Baturyn nobleman on the territory of Fortress (one stove).

In the decorative construction of the polychrome stove in the Hetman’s palace, there was a tile panel, which included the large heraldic tile and a frame from the belt tiles. The frame is presented in two variants, and it’s probable to determine which of them covered the central panel. Besides that, in the central part of this polychrome stove, the tile frieze was located. Its central elements were represented by small round heraldic tiles. From the tile panel in the decoration of the second stove in Hetman’s house, only fragments of a monochrome green frame were found.

The tiled panel from the stove of the dwelling on the territory of the fortress consisted of four square tiles which formed the heraldic image of the two-headed eagle. Graphic reconstructions of tile compositions can be used in future to reconstruct the decor of the stoves.

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2018-09-22
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MyronenkoL. V. (2018). TILE COMPOSITIONS FROM DECORATION OF STOVES IN BATURYN IN THE LAST THIRD OF THE 17th AND THE BEGINNING OF THE 18th CENTURIES. Archaeology and Early History of Ukraine, 28(3), 78-87. https://doi.org/10.37445/adiu.2018.03.07