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[Mumming with animal figures in Hungarian folk customs]. Ethnographia LI. 235–241. Dömötör , Tekla 1964: Naptári ünnepek — népi színjátszás [Calendar feasts — folk play-acting] . Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó

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Elephantidae in Hungary . FolArch 51 (20011- 2004 ) 9 – 28 . Vörös 1993 I. Vörös : Animal remains from the Upper Palaeolithic hunter’s campsite Jászfelsoszentgyörgy-Szúnyogos . Tisicum 8 ( 1993 ) 77 – 78 .

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. (with assistance of A. Belova, A. Kovalev, A. Nemirovskaja, D. Nosnitsyn) (2000): Semitic Etymological Dictionary . Vol. I. Anatomy of Man and Animals . Münster, Ugarit-Verlag. Militarev A

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[Burgen im Börzsöny-Gebirge] . Honismeret 22 / 3 ( 1994 ) 38 – 41 . 1995 László. Bartosiewicz - Zsuzs. Miklós - Feren. Gyulai : Animals in the Urban Landscape in the Wake of the Middle Ages . A case study from Vác, Hungary . BAR IntSer 609

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culture. Abstract animal altars of the Late Neolithic from south-western Transdanubia). In: L. Bende— G. Lőrinczy (szerk.): Medinától Etéig. Tisztelgő írások Csalog József születésének 100. évfordulóján. Szentes 2009, 215

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Ethnographia 1967 LXXVIII 161 175 Gunda , Béla 1979: Gombászás [Gathering mushrooms]. Magyar Néprajzi Lexikon II. Gunda , Béla 1989: A mágikus jószágőrzés [Magical guarding of animals

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Dictionary. Volume One. Anatomy of Man and Animals. Münster, Ugarit-Verlag. Semitic Etymological Dictionary. Stolbova, O. V. (1987): Sravnitel

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Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Authors: T. Horváth, K. Gherdán, K. Herbich, and ZS. Vasáros

. Bartosiewitz— E. Jerem— W. Meid (eds): Man and the Animal World. Studies in archaeozoology, archaeology, anthropology, and palaeolinguistics in memoriam Sándor Bökönyi. Archeolingua 8. Budapest 1998, 403–407. Nikolova

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–11, 1985. The Museum of National Antiquities Studies 6 1989 L. Bartosiewicz : Continuity in the animal keeping of

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