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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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, cannot be ruled out but the burial into sarcophagi from the 4 th c. became the most frequent use even in the case of the members of the imperial family, mainly in early Christian churches. 29 Based on this fact Constantius and his wife could have been

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: Hunnenzeitliche Gräbergruppen in der Gemarkung von Fonyód (Kom. Somogy) - Burial groups of the Hun period in the district of Fonyód (County Somogy) . In: Mensch, Siedlung und Landschaft im Wechsel der Jahrtausende am Balaton - People, Settlement and Landscape on

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430s, after which it served as a burial site (and perhaps dwelling) of the Huns. The analysis of the pottery, given the immense quantity, is carried out wing by wing, room by room. 3 The present study presents the materials from room III of the north

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Social Change, Dress and Identity

Observations on the Disintegration of Peasant Culture as Exemplified by Rural Women’s Clothing in Hungary from the First World War to the End of the Kádár Era Socialism

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Ágnes Fülemile

clothes for harvesting up until the mid- 20 th century. Archaic solutions were often preserved in children’s costumes and specific burial garments as well. In some peripheral regions of the Hungarian-speaking territory (in the Gyimes Valley in Eastern

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