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A kerámiaedények formázásának technológiai vizsgálata: Áttekintés a módszertan alapjairól és alkalmazásáról

Technological analysis of ceramic fashioning: A review of the methodological basis and their application

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Author: Solnay Eszter

kiemelhető Owen S. Rye 1981-es munkája, melyben számos fejezeten át foglalkozik az edények formázási technikáival, valamint az egyes technikák lehetséges makronyomaival. 31 Ezek a kötetek szintén kulcsfontosságúak a régészeti korú kerámiák

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dialect and language use in village Nagyhind] . Konstantin Filozófus Egyetem , Nyitra . Presinszky , K. ( 2016 ). Az á előtti illabiális ȧ-zás a Csallóközben. [The use of short unrounded/a/before/a:/in Rye Island] . Magyar Nyelv , 112 ( 2 ): 218

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( Plantago lanceolata ), cornflower and Centaurea , Artemisia , Chenopodioideae , Cichorioideae , Urticaceae , dock ( Rumex ), Apiaceae – as well as pollens of rye ( Secale ) and other cereals (oat and wheat) along with hemp (Cannabis type) attesting

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( banja ‘bathing house’, cĕpъ ‘a manual tool used for threshing’, degъtъ ‘tar’, kъniga ‘book’, kyjewъ ‘Kiev’, mĕxъ ‘animal hide’, mur'ja ‘chimney’, rusь ‘Russian’, rъžь ‘rye’). There are also Old Turkic loans in Old Russian including Volga

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Hungarians] . Névtani Értesítő , 39 : 33 – 40 . Laihonen , P. ( 2012 ). Nyelvi tájkép egy csallóközi és egy mátyusföldi faluban [Linguistic landscape in a village in the Rye Island region and in a village in Mattesland region] . Fórum

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produce market in Őriszentpéter. 19 One of the biggest tourist attractions in Nagyrákos is the ensemble of traditional buildings constructed in 2008 in the center of the village, which includes a wooden house thatched with rye-straw in traditional Őrség

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Research on cottage industry in the Carpathian Basin has not paid very much attention to work with straw. In peasant self-sufficiency, in addition to wickerwork and rush weaving, plaits made of wheat and rye straw were among the main materials used for agricultural and household storage containers. In some areas the making of straw hats as an income-supplementing activity carried out together with agricultural work also acquired special importance. In the 19th century with the expansion of trade this cottage industry in places rose to the level of a manufacturing industry. At the turn of the century the movements promoting domestic industry and the trade exhibitions gave special impetus to this activity. It flourished right up to the Trianon decision of 1920. As a consequence of the dictated peace Hungary lost around two-thirds of its territory and economic ties were suddenly severed. In some parts of the Great Plain, e.g. in Hajdúnánás (today Hajdú-Bihar County), and especially in the villages of the Székelyföld region, traditional straw hat making has survived right up to the present as a women's activity, providing a livelihood for many women working at home. This article deals with the industrial history background, with questions affecting cottage industry in general, and with the past of once flourishing trade connections, devoting special attention to a few villages in Hungary and in the Székelyföld region in the territory of today's Romania.

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beginnings of novels. As one of the antecedents of that prose, very popular in Yugoslavia in the sixties of the last century, 4 The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger begins with occasional and incidental sentences, Salinger’s Yugoslavian followers also

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