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A karanténok története I.

History of quarantine I

Orvosi Hetilap
Author:
Péter Felkai

. Venezia e la peste 1348–1797.] 2nd edn. Marsilio, Venezia, 1980. [Italian] 11 Boeckl CM. Images of plague and pestilence: iconography and iconology

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Neşe Devenot
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Brian A. Pace
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Jason Slot
, and
Alan K. Davis

confirmation of psychedelic use in ancient Indigenous ritual practice. Still, despite its notable inclusion in Mesoamerican myths and iconography, evidence for a role of I. alvarius in the Mesoamerican pharmacopeia remains absent. Villa details the evidence

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Nicholas Spiers
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Beatriz Caiuby Labate
,
Anna O. Ermakova
,
Patrick Farrell
,
Osiris Sinuhé González Romero
,
Ibrahim Gabriell
, and
Nidia Olvera

his own interest in mushrooms in Mesoamerican religions, especially the relationship between hallucinogenic mushrooms and jaguar iconography and a religious rite he calls the “underworld jaguar transformation.” Ramírez, G.P., Sánchez, D.L.P., Hernández

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iconography . Current Anthropology , 23 ( 3 ), 273 – 290 . Kenton , L. ( 2021, November 21 ). Hopping on a trend: Inside strange rise of smoking toad venom for a “religious experience high” as experts reveal dangers of psychedelic . The U.S. Sun

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.: The history and iconography of Cesarean section. [A császármetszés története és ikonográfiája.] Historia et iconographia sectionis caesareae. Folium, Budapest, 1996, 59. [Hungarian] Szabó A

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1844 Szabó, A.: The history and iconography of caesarean section. [A császármetszés története és ikonográfiája.] Folium, Budapest, 1996

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Merke, F.: History and iconography of endemic goiter and cretenism. Hans Huber Verlag, Bern–Stuttgart–Wien, 1984. Merke F. History and iconography of

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pervades almost every aspect of the iconography of this culture ( Reichel-Dolmatoff, 1972 , p. 83). A comparative study of analogous motifs on snuffing paraphernalia from the Amazon Basin and the Andes might aid in the interpretation of some of the major

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) notes that Burāq is “ a creature not of scripture but of lore ,” first appearing in an 8th century biography of Mohammed. The iconography of Burāq from Persian miniatures to the decoration of Pakistani trucks is such that “ there is no original, no

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.); Iconographic evidence: this concerns images of psychoactive plants, or of contexts of their use, as reported in ancient art. This type of documentation is frequently uncertain, given that the iconography of ancient plants and fungi is not generally reported

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