Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/112010
Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)
Field of Science: Miškotyra / Forestry (A004)
Author(s): Bačkaitis, Julius;Godvod, Kšištof
Title: D. Poškos Baublio – storiausio Lietuvos ąžuolo – legendos gimimas ir raida
Other Title: Birth and development of the legend of D. Poška’s Baublys – the thickest oak in Lithuania
Is part of: Kraštovaizdžio architektūra – teorijos ir praktikos aspektai = Landscape architecture – the theoretical and practical aspects = L’architecture de paysage – les aspects théoriques et pratiques: recenzuojamų mokslo darbų periodinis leidinys. Vilnius : Kraštovaizdžio architektų ir želdynų ekspertų grupė, 2020, nr. 1(5)
Extent: p. 171-189
Date: 2020
Keywords: Ąžuolas Baublys;Bijotai;D. Poška;Altana;The performed in-depth analysis of relevant literature and own research data let us state, that most of the information about D. Poška‘s oak Baublys, gazebo and the „brother“ of Baublys is incorrect, because it represents not the original facts, but their retold, misunderstood, larded or hyperbolized versions. Before cutting, the oak Baublys grew on the slope. After cutting, the oak‘s stump diameter was about 3,53 m (4,03 x 3,17 m), and the diameter at the breast height was about 2,1 m or slightly more. The bottom part of the oak stem served for manufacturing of about 2,88 m height gazebo. The gazebo‘s diameter was about 2,79 m at the bottom, about 2,06 m in the middle (under the windows), and about 1,7 m at the top. The second log from Baublys was taken by bishop J. A. Giedraitis to Naujatrobys manor close to Babtai. The apparent stem of oak Baublys was only 8 m tall, transferring into a wide crown. The most probable height of the oak was 30 m or slightly taller. The most probable volume of the oak (with small branches) was more than 38 m3 (from which about 18 m3 was stem volume, and about 19,5 m3 – big branches). In opinion of Polish scientists, the marginal values of the oak Baublys‘s age are the years 836 – 1437, however, basing on the analysis of D. Poška‘s calculations, the most probable age of the oak was 950±50 years. The so-called „brother“ of Baublys was not the second or third stem of oak baublys, but a separate tree, which was cut down. The gazebo of Baublys needs to be capitally restorated. During the restoration (taking off the roof), the separate parts of the gazebo (after removing all the existing inserts) should be put together into a single construction using glues, plugs, hooks or other materials;Oak Baublys;Bijotai;D. Poška;Gazebo
Abstract: Straipsnyje, analizuojant mokslinius, mokslo populiarinimo ir beletristinius kūrinius, išsamiai apžvelgiama D. Poškos Baublio – ,,storiausio Lietuvos ąžuolo“ legendos atsiradimas ir raida nuo 1812 metų iki šių dienų. Bandant atstatyti istorinį teisingumą, buvo aiškinamasi kokie tikrieji (ar bent jau labiausiai tikėtini) šio ąžuolo dendrometriniai matmenys (amžius, aukštis, skersmuo) ir kokia buvo Baublio ,,brolio“ kilmė
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/112010
Affiliation(s): Miškų ir ekologijos fakultetas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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