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Volume 69, 2019The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2019)
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International communication of the Ancient Russian state (pragmalinguistic aspect)
Don State University,
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The article deals with studying business communication between the City of Novgorod and the Hanseatic League. The “Methods and study” section provides a detailed theoretical description of the linguistic personality of a diplomat of the 13-15th centuries. The main methods and directions of study and reconstruction of the personality under study are substantiated. The “Results and Discussion” section describes an experiment conducted on the basis of pragmatic linguistics and its results. Using some documents of the 13-15th centuries as the background, we have reconstructed the speech image of a medieval diplomat, the author of international birchbarks. The reconstruction was made as per the methods of pragmatic linguistics. The method is based on comparing some specific syntactic unities and uses of grammar forms throughout the entire body of the analyzed documents. The description of the reconstructed image of the diplomat has enabled to draw a conclusion on the preservation of linguistic traditions throughout the entire period of the existence of autonomous city-states and their relationships with the Hanseatic League.
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