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animali from animal , animalis ) cannot be excluded. 50 Similarly, the dative coniuge (for coniugi ) could be explained as a confusion with the ablative form, and the nominative tubicin (for tubicen , ‘trumpeter') could be due to a confusion with

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combat against the grotesque, half-animal deities of Cleopatra’s Egypt. The Olympian immortals would continue to play various roles in the “present” timeline of the Latin war, as that conflict continues to unfold in Aeneid IX–XII. The shield that Vulcan

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arranged rules out the scene being a hunting scene. In case of a hunting scene, the large empty space behind the hunter would be inadequate, as hunting scenes the rendering would show the hunting and hunted animals (hunting dog, hare, big game) and the

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deletion of coda l 's, and the replacement of ly with l . Lexical characteristics that change include the loss of regional words related to traditional peasant life, plant and animal names, and regional expressions. The lost regional words are usually

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49.9 gramms. A piece of longbone belonging to an animal otherwise not specified, also occured among the remains. Teeth: a premolar tooth, that allowed age determination. Anatomical variations: non-examinable Pathological lesions: non

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the domain of traditional medicine vary according to their aim, including the areas of prevention and traditional diagnosis, as well as the methods related to curing specific ailments (of people and animals), and these are based on the belief in the

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-evident either. The main difference is that in Schwind’s work the procession of mourning woodland animals is not joined by human musicians. Further, it is unlikely that Mahler would fail to mention Schwind by name. 84 The first performance of the earliest version

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are partly associated with historical figures, events, local landmarks, although they are predominantly belief legends. Hiding and discovering the treasure, guarding the hiding place, and helpful mythical animals and supernatural characters appear as

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of travels for leisure. The short stories provide a cross-section of passengers: besides people of various ages and occupations, we also witness the wanderings of animals, objects, ideas and desires. Most of the narratives are related from an external

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’ b. /ʕa mm / [ʕa mm ] ‘uncle’ c. /ka ff / [ka ff ] ‘palm’ d. /du bb / [du bb ] ‘bear (animal)’ e. /ba ss / [ba ss ] ‘enough’ f. /bi ss / [bi ss ] ‘cat’ g. /fi kk / [fi kk ] ‘open!’ (imperative) h. /ɡu bb / [ɡu bb ] ‘kick!’ (imperative) i. /ku ff / [ku

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