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Рынка / Rynka 3D Model
ND 2779; Porazava / Svislach region / Hrodna oblast / BSSR; 1989; clay; turning, firing, blackware pottery; h – 13,5; d1 – 14,5; d2 – 8,5. Rynka means a kitchen utensil that was used for frying. The term “Rynka” comes from the Old German word “Rina” (three-legged clay pot). Rynkas have been used in Belarus since the fifteenth century. Rynkas were widely spread in the late Middle Ages. Nonetheless, Rynka became almost unpopular abruptly in Belarus. Porazava, a town in Grodno region, was the sole place where Rynkas were deployed in the twentieth century. This Rynka was made for our museum by craftsman Iosif Shopik from Porozava in 1989.
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