Orfevrăria de cult din Basarabia pe timpurile Mitropolitului Gavriil Bănulescu-Bodoni
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CONDRATICOVA, Liliana. Orfevrăria de cult din Basarabia pe timpurile Mitropolitului Gavriil Bănulescu-Bodoni. In: Patrimoniul de ieri –implicații în dezvoltarea societății durabile de mâine. Ediția a III-a, 11-12 februarie 2021, Chişinău. Iași, România: Academia de Stiinte a Moldovei, 2021, pp. 99-107.
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Patrimoniul de ieri –implicații în dezvoltarea societății durabile de mâine
Ediția a III-a, 2021
Conferința "Patrimoniul de ieri –implicații în dezvoltarea societății durabile de mâine"
Chişinău, Moldova, 11-12 februarie 2021

Orfevrăria de cult din Basarabia pe timpurile Mitropolitului Gavriil Bănulescu-Bodoni

The cult goldsmithery from Bessarabia during the times of Metropolitan Gavriil Bănulescu-Bodoni


CZU: 94(478):27-72
Pag. 99-107

Condraticova Liliana
 
Academia de Ştiinţe a Moldovei
 
Disponibil în IBN: 25 august 2021


Rezumat

The liturgical inventory of churches and monasteries in Bessarabia is a component part of the country’s cultural heritage. The analysis of archive files and available publications allowed us to specify the most common ornaments in Bessarabian churches and monasteries. The documents on the legislation in the field of metal art proved the fact that in Bessarabia at the beginning of the 19th century were introduced several provisions. This fact allows us to state that during the time of Metropolitan bishop Gavriil Banulescu-Bodoniwas laid the foundation that conditioned the development of the cult goldsmithing. As early as 1815, Metropolitan bishop Gavriil Banulescu Bodoni initiated the process of prohibiting the production of ornaments made of base metals, introducing the obligation to make silver ornaments with the title higher than 84 zolotnik; only craftsmen specialized in the field were allowed to produce cult ornaments. These regulations were valid in Bessarabia throughout the 19th century, without essential changes in the interwar period, marking the development of church goldsmithing, some legislative and fundamental aspects being initiated or confirmed during the time of Metropolitan bishop Gavriil Banulescu-Bodoni.

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Bessarabia, legislation, church goldsmithing, Metropolitan, contribution, heritage