By Mariia Nikolaeva Todorova
An up-to-date, prolonged, and revised model of the out-of-print 1993 version, this name reassesses the normal stereotype of where of the Balkans within the version of the eu relatives within the 19th century, at the foundation of recent resource fabric and via synthesizing present study.
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1974; Etnografiya, 1980; Ivanova 1984; Ivanova and Markova 1988). 1 This chapter is intended to provide an analysis of some demographic aspects of marriage in Bulgaria during the pre-statistical nineteenth century. Studies dealing with the demographic transition treat the problem of the marriage pattern as an important factor in this process. Unlike Western Europe, however, where late marriages and celibacy limited the natural increase in population, the reaction in the Balkans towards the new social, economic and demographic conditions was different; the marked decrease in fertility did not occur at the expense of a change in the marriage pattern.
For example, among the Orthodox of Northeastern Bulgaria the wedding season lasted from the Mounting of the Holy Cross, 14 September until the beginning of Lent, except for the period between Christmas and Epiphany, when, according to folk beliefs, the water was not yet consecrated (EIM/BAN 649–II, 258). Autumn was the preferred season in Southern and 36 Balkan Family Structure Southwestern Bulgaria. In some of the villages of Southwestern Bulgaria marriages contracted in leap years were considered unfortunate (EIM/BAN 766–II, 6).
In Thrace most of the marriages were contracted in July and January, between the fasts for St. Peter and the Virgin Mary, between the Dormition of the Virgin (15 August) and the Introduction of the Virgin (13 November) and between Epiphany and Lent, when most of the population was at home (Arnaudov 1931, 37). In some villages of the Gabrovo region the poor would prefer to marry during the Christmas fast in spite of the church prohibition because this meant lesser costs for the wedding (EIM/BAN 884–II, 33; EIM/BAN 883–II, 28).
Balkan Family Structure And the European Pattern: Demographic Developments in Ottoman Bulgaria (Past Incorporated Ceu Studies in the Humanities) by Mariia Nikolaeva Todorova