Olonets

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Olonets

 

a city and administrative center of Olonets Raion, Karelian ASSR. Situated on the Olonka River, part of the Lake Ladoga basin, 153 km southwest of Petrozavodsk. Railroad station.

Olonets is first mentioned in an entry for 1137. In the 17th century it was a military administrative center on the border with Sweden and a commercial center for trade with Sweden. In 1773 it became the capital of the Olonets Provintsiia (subprovince). From 1784 to 1791 the city was the district capital of the Olonets Namestnichestvo (vicegerency). Until 1801 it was the capital of Novgorod Province, and until 1920, of Olonets Province. Beginning in the 1860’s, political exiles were sent to Olonets.

Soviet power was established on Jan. 18, 1918, and in 1920, Olonets became part of the Karelian Workers’ Commune (since 1923, the Karelian ASSR). From Sept. 5, 1941, to June 25, 1944, the city was occupied by German and Finnish troops. It was liberated as a result of the Svir’-Petrozavodsk Operation of 1944.

Olonets has a logging and timber distribution establishment, a milk plant, and building-materials enterprises. It also has a museum of local lore.

REFERENCES

Egorov, F. I. Olonets: Istoriko-kraevedcheskii ocherk o gorode i raione. Petrozavodsk, 1959.
Olonets (Pamiatka chitateliu). Petrozavodsk, 1964.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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(Laanest 1997 : 99) 'Blasebalg', letsurn, lieetsua, lietsata 'mit dem Blasebalg anfachen' I olonetz. liettsuo 'mit dem Blasebalg anfachen; blasen; keuchen, schwer atmen' I lud.
altengl.--altenglisch; altestn.--altestnische Schriftsprache; althd.--althochdeutsch; altkar.--altkarelisch; altn.--altnordisch; altschwed.--altschwedisch; balt.--baltisch; dt.--deutsch; estn.--estnisch; estnS--sudestnisch; fi.--finnisch; fruhurgerm.--fruhurgermanisch; ieur.--indoeuropaisch; ingr.--ingrisch; kar.--karelisch; lettg.--lettgallischer Dialekt der lettischen Sprache; lett.--lettisch; lit.--litauisch; liv.--livisch; livK--Kurland-livisch; lud.--ludisch; mittelosfi.--mittelostseefinnisch; olonetz.--die olonetzische Mundart des Karelischen; schwed.--schwedisch; spatosfi.--spatostseefinnisch; urgerm.--urgermanisch; urosfi.--urostseefinnisch; weps.--wepsisch: wot.-- wotisch; wotKu--wotischer Kukkusi-Dialekt.
altest.--altestnische Schriftsprache; balt.--baltische Sprachen, Urbaltisch; est.--estnisch; fi.--finnisch; folkl.--Folklore; fruhosfi.--fruhostseefinnisch; ieur.--indoeuropaisch; nordlapp.--nordlappisch; lett.--lettisch; lit.--litauisch; liv.--livisch; livK--Kurland-livisch; livS--Salis-livisch; lud.--ludisch; nordest.--nordestnisch; olonetz.--die olonetzische Mundart des Karelischen; ostbalt.--ostbaltisch; osfi.--ostseefinnische Sprachen; spatosfi.--spatostseefinnisch; sudest.
The metallic ores include samples of the native gold from Olonetz on the shore of Lake Ladoga such as exist in very few collections; this mine, the workings of which are under water today, and which, moreover, have been very little studied, has not been exploited for some years.
mucakko, olonetz. mucoi, Tver mucco(ne) Jugendlicher und 'Puppe', lud.
Person Plural stosst man uberwiegend auf die Indikativendung (karN -mma/mma, olonetz. -mmo/-mmo, karS -mme).
38); olonetz. Vitele menet kaveled mujjal '(du) gehst, laufst anderswo.
Person Plural sind die folgenden Endungen festgehalten worden: karN -mma/-mma, olonetz. -mmo/-mmo und karS -mme.