Ingria became a province of Sweden in the Treaty of Stolbovo in 1617 that ended the Ingrian War, fought between Sweden and Russia. After the Swedish conquest of the area in 1617 the Ingrian Finns, descendants of 17th-century Lutheran emigrants from present-day Finland, became the majority in Ingria.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Swedish Ingria (Swedish: Svenska Ingermanland, ‘land of Ingrians ’) was a dominion of the Swedish Empire from 1583 to 1595 and then again from 1617 to 1721, when it was ceded to the Russian Empire in the Treaty of Nystad.
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The Republic of North Ingria (Finnish: Pohjois-Inkerin tasavalta), or Republic of Kirjasalo (Finnish: Kirjasalon tasavalta), was a short-lived, small state for the Ingrian Finns in the southern part of the Karelian Isthmus, which seceded from Bolshevist Russia after the October Revolution.
Istorie Evul Mediu. În timpul vikingilor, Ingria era un cap de pod pe drumul comercial al varegilor care se duceau în Estul Europei.. Suedezii îi puseseră numele de Ingermanland vechiului teritoriu care aparținea prinților de Novgorod, de la numele fiicei regelui Suediei Olof Skötkonung, care se numea Ingigerd Olofsdotter.
The following year, they laid siege to Pskov but Russian Generals Morozov and Buturlin held their own until 27 February 1617 when the Treaty of Stolbovo stripped Russia of its access to the Baltic Sea and awarded to Sweden the province of Ingria with the townships of Ivangorod, Jama, Koporye, and Noteborg. Novgorod and Gdov were to be restored ...
The Ingrians (Finnish: inkeriläiset / inkerinsuomalaiset; Russian: Ингерманландцы, romanized: Ingermanlandts'i), sometimes called Ingrian Finns, are the Finnish population of Ingria (now the central part of Leningrad Oblast in Russia), descending from Lutheran Finnish immigrants introduced into the area in the 17th century, when Finland and Ingria were both parts of the Swedish ...
Ingrian, also called Izhorian, is a nearly extinct Finnic language spoken by the Izhorians of Ingria. It has approximately 142 native speakers left, most of whom are aged. It should not be confused with the Southeastern dialects of the Finnish language that became the majority language of Ingria in the 17th century with the influx of Lutheran Finnish immigrants. The immigration of Lutheran Finns was promoted by Swedish authorities, who gained the area in 1617 from Russia, as the local population
Ingrian is classified, together with Finnish, Karelian, Ludic and Veps, in the Northern Finnic branch of the Uralic languages.
In 1932–1937, a Latin-based orthography for the Ingrian language existed, taught in schools of the Soikino Peninsula and the area around the mouth of the Luga River. Several textbooks were published, including in 1936 a grammar of the language. However, in 1937 the Izhorian written language was abolished and mass repressions of the peasantry began.
Four dialects groups of Ingrian have been attested, two of which are probably extinct by now: 1. Hevaha, spoken along Kovashi River and nearby coastal areas 2. Soikkola, spoken on Soikinsky Peninsula and along Sista River 3. Oredezhi, spoken along Orodezh River and the upper Luga River 4. Lower Luga, a divergent dialect influenced by Votic A fifth dialect may have once been spoken on the Karelian Isthmus in northernmost Ingria, and may have been a substrate of local dialects of southwestern Finn
Like other Uralic languages, Ingrian is a highly agglutinative language. There is some controversy between the grammars as described by different scholars. For example, Chernyavskij provides the form on as the only possible third-person singular indicative of the verb olla, while the native speaker Junus as well as Konkova describe also the form ono. The following example sentences are following Chernyavskij, unless stated otherwise.
Primary stress in Ingrian by rule comes on the first syllable, while the secondary stresses come on every further uneven syllable. 1. hiir is realized as /hiːr/ 2. kana is realized as /ˈkana/ 3. orraava is realized as /ˈorːaːˌva/
It is the second largest Lutheran church in Russia, with 75 congregations and 8,000 members, and is mostly active in Ingria and Karelia. The church was established in 1992, following the separation from the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church , though the first Lutheran parish in Ingria was founded in 1611, and the church recognises this date ...
Ingria är en ort och kommun i storstadsregionen Turin, innan 2015 provinsen Turin, i regionen Piemonte, Italien. Kommunen hade 46 invånare (2017). Kommunen hade 46 invånare (2017). [ 2 ]