RESEARCH OF THE UKRAINIAN COSSACKS IN THE SCIENTIFIC HERITAGE BY D. YA. TELEHIN (according to documents stored in the Scientific Archive of the Institute of Archeology, NAS of Ukraine)
The Scientific Archive of the Institute of Archaeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine keeps the personal holding of the prominent Ukrainian archaeologist Dmytro Telehin (1919—2011), Doctor of historical sciences, Professor, who studied archeological sites from the Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. The entire home archive of the scholar whose materials are arranged according to the archeological periods was brought to the Scientific Archive. Within the thematic complex the documents are arranged by dates and content.
This publication is devoted to those documents of the personal fund D. Ya. Telehin, which relate to the study of archaeological sites and history of the Ukrainian Cossacks. TThe collection contains: field diary, copies of scientific reports on archeological excavations, drawings and plans of the area and excavations, photographs and drawings of finds and other documents. Archival materials related to the study of the Sich territories where the Cossacks lived and their necropolises are located, were dated from 1990 to 1994. Dmytro Telehin inspected and researched the following Cossack Sichs: Tomakivska (1564—1593) near the town of Marhanets; Bazavlutska (1593—1630) near the village of Leninske; Mykytynska (1638—1652) in Nikopol; Chortomlytska or as it was also called Kapulivska, or «old» (1652—1709) near the village of Kapulivka; Pokrovska, which was called «new» (1734—1775), near the village of Pokrovsk in the Kherson region.
The personal stock of D. Ya. Telehin contains the documents that reflect the visit of the scholar to island of Khortytsia, the research of the Oleshkivska Sich (1711—1728), as well as the camp of Severyn Nalyvaiko on Turkachivsky hill near the village of Solonitsa (in 1596), Poltava region. Of considerable interest are the documents about the journey of D.Ya. Telegin to the island of Solovky, Arkhangelsk region where Petro Kalnyshevsky, the last Hetman of the New Sich, has been exiled.
The scholar’s collection also contains his lifetime publications on the topic of the Cossacks, the layout of the book «Cossack times. Sich Zaporiz`ka» and other documents concerning Ukrainian Cossacks, their places of residence and burial.
Особовий фонд Д. Я. Телегіна, ф. 54, спр. 301—332.
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