Informational Inscriptions and Signs on the Objects of the Cultural Heritage of Federal Significance in the City of Tyumen

Tyumen State University Herald. Humanities Research. Humanitates


Release:

2020, Vol. 6. № 2 (22)

Title: 
Informational Inscriptions and Signs on the Objects of the Cultural Heritage of Federal Significance in the City of Tyumen


For citation: Gogolev D. A., Makarova E. O. 2020. “Informational Inscriptions and Signs on the Objects of the Cultural Heritage of Federal Significance in the City of Tyumen”. Tyumen State University Herald. Humanities Research. Humanitates, vol. 6, no 2 (22), pp. 135-155. DOI: 10.21684/2411-197X-2020-6-2-135-155

About the authors:

Dmitrii A. Gogolev, Cand. Sci (Hist.), Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, Ancient and Medieval History, University of Tyumen; d.a.gogolev@utmn.ru; ORCID: 0000-0001-8870-6398

Elena O. Makarova, Master Student, Department of Archaeology, Ancient and Medieval History, University of Tyumen; elenamakarovauj@gmail.com

Abstract:

The historical part of Tyumen is a sociocultural space that attracts residents and tourists with the presence of architectural monuments. Among them, the objects of cultural heritage of federal significance are of particular importance for the history and culture of Russia.

Informational inscriptions and signs serve as a source of information about historical buildings included into the Unified State Register of Cultural Heritage Sites (historical and cultural monuments) of the peoples of the Russian Federation.

This topic has not been sufficiently studied in the academic literature. The inscriptions are rarely the subject of research, and they receive little attention in regional publications on memorial data. Filling this void is the purpose of this article.

The research methodology includes the general principles of objectivity and historicism. Using analysis, descriptive and comparative-historical methods, the authors evaluate the content of the inscriptions on the subject of their compliance to the historical truth.

This article identifies quantitative and qualitative indicators related to inscriptions on objects of cultural heritage of federal significance in Tyumen. the quantitative characteristics include the presence, absence, inaccessibility of plates at objects, while the qualitative indicators — certain clusters of information about them.

The authors propose to distinguish two groups of inscriptions depending on the date of their installation. The first group includes those that, for various indicators, do not meet the contemporary requirements. Most likely, they were placed at the facilities before the introduction of the current standards. The second group includes those established in accordance with applicable law.

In the conclusion, the authors suggest correcting the texts of the inscriptions in the future, based on the contemporary legislative framework.

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