Tuna 1/2023

Tuna 1/2023

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Kategooria: Kultuuriajalugu
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Dive into the depths of history with "Tuna 1/2023," a publication that opens a window into the past through a collection of meticulously researched articles and essays. In this edition, you'll be captivated by Priidu Beieri's insightful essay on the potential for error in archived documents, illuminating the complexities of historical research.

Siim Sõkkal offers a compelling exploration of the rebellion that erupted within the Roman army's Sucro encampment during the Second Punic War in 206 BC, shedding light on a pivotal moment in ancient military history. Tiina Kala delves into the transformative events of the 16th century, as recorded in the ledgers of the Tallinn Great Guild, providing a unique glimpse into the city's mercantile life.

Join Erki Russow and Kalev Jaago as they examine a 17th-century gold ring discovered near the former Vesneri Manor in Tartu County, revealing secrets of Estonia's noble past. Kersti Lust and Tõnis Türna continue their analysis of estate managers and tenants of Estonian origin during the National Awakening, offering new perspectives on social dynamics of the era.

Aldur Vunk tracks the birth of Estonia's merchant fleet in Pärnu County during the 1860s and 1870s, a testament to the country's maritime heritage. Algo Rämmer takes a closer look at the role of farmers' societies in shaping the Estonian farmer, highlighting the influence of grassroots movements on national identity.

Aivar Jürgenson presents the intriguing story of the wanderlust-driven schoolmaster Joosep Rezoldi, whose actions sparked Estonian colonization in Abkhazia. In the document introduction section, Jüri Kivimäe offers new insights into the life of Balthasar Russow, the pastor of Tallinn's Holy Spirit Church, while Peeter Kaasik unravels the ideological foundations of the Forest Brothers, based on the manifesto compiled between 1947 and 1949.

Karmen Maat brings to light the correspondence of artist and writer Gunnar Neeme with Peeter and Leonida Lindsaar in their shared new home country of Australia in 1967, providing a cultural and personal narrative from the archives. The photo corner showcases agricultural exhibitions by the Estonian Farmers' Society, and the issue includes reviews of the latest significant works on Estonia's military history and a fresh approach to Russow's chronicles.

"Tuna 1/2023" is an essential read for anyone interested in the rich tapestry of Estonia's history, offering a diverse range of topics that will engage historians, cultural enthusiasts, and the intellectually curious alike.