The article integrates the growing knowledge of domestic (family) shrines of the northern Mansi living in the Berezovo District, Khanty-Mansi-Yugra District. Variants of location and composition of ritual paraphernalia are listed. Religious traditions and recent changes they have undergone are discussed. New types of sacrifi cial cloths, the arrangement of the fi gures of deities, the characters of the shamanistic practices, unusual ancient artifacts cast of bronze, and late 18th-century silver items are described.
Keywords: Shrines, ritual, sacrifi ces, shamanism, Mansi, religious traditions.