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Crummy , Nina 2010 Bears and coins: the iconography of protection in Late Roman infant burials . Britannia ( Cambridge ) 41 , 37 – 93 . Doyen , Jean-Marc 2013 Entre amulettes et talismans, les monnaies trouées: ce qui se cache sous les

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The burials in the churchyard of the medieval county centre at Zalavár yielded a total of 74 greyish-white and light or dark purple multi-faceted beads made from a mineral substance ( Fig. 1 ). According to Dr. Gábor Papp, director of the Department

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well as on burial and watch mounds ( Zólyomi 1969 ; Tóth 1998 ; Csathó 2009 ; Penksza et al. 2011 ; Balázs and Kustár 2012 ; Bede et al. 2014 , 2015 ; Csathó et al. 2015 ; Deák et al. 2015 ). These mounds have a one ha surface area on

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V. B udinský-Kricka : Pohrebisko z neskorej doby avarskej v Źitavskej Tôni na Slovensku [Burial ground of late-period avar in Źitavskej Toni] . SlA 4 ( 1956 ) 5 – 131 . B udinský

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Sarmatian costume and burial rite) . A Jósa András Múzeum Évkönyve (Nyíregyháza) 44 , 95 – 112 . I stvánovits E szter – K ulcsár , V aérial 2006

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lovassírjai (Horse burials of the Avar cemetery at Zamárdi) . In: Kovács L . – Révész L . (szerk.): Népek és kultúrák a Kárpát-medencében. Tanulmányok Mesterházy Károly tiszteletére . Budapest , 2016 , 271 – 286 . Glaser , Franz 2002

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temetkezési szokásai (The burial rite of the Sarmatians of the Carpathian Basin) . Múzeumi Füzetek 49 . Aszód. L aszlovszky J ózsef 1986

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central part of the ritual life in many cultures, often serving as the major pillars and sacraments of religious systems. Mark Merlin and Robert Clarke’s paper on “Cannabis in Ancient Central European Burials” provides a detailed review of the

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religious functions. The placement of plant material as grave goods, as is the case with burial itself, attests to a supernatural orientation and attitude. Similar arguments apply to finds within ceremonial structures; the default hypothesis for psychoactive

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). Archeological regions of Costa Rica In Costa Rica, three archeological regions have been established based on geographical (mountain ranges, rivers, valleys, etc.) and cultural (settlements, burials, ceramics, and others) criteria. Within each region

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