Herald of the G. Tsadasa Institute of Language, Literature and Art. Issue 21 (2020)
FROM THE HISTORY OF ART SCULPTURE OF THE VILLAGE OF KUBACHI
Pages: 80 - 87
The attitude of Islam to the visual arts is an insufficiently explored topic. The article by an orientalist O. G. Bolshakov on this topic, published a long time ago, is well known to researchers. In recent decades, due to re-Islamization, this topic has attracted increased public attention. So in 1997 in Dagestan, due to the position of the clergy of the republic, a monument to the leader of the national liberation movement of Dagestan Imam Shamil was not erected in Dagestan. The task is to study the history and practice of implementing such bans. The article attempts to identify the causes of damage to the sculptural images of living beings, known from medieval art of Kubachi. The researchers expressed different points of view on the causes and time of their damage. We want to present one of the points of view on these events.
history of Dagestan, early Islam, the attitude of Islam to the image, monuments, the village of Kala Koreish, the village of Kubachi.
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