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Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Authors: Beáta Tugya, Katalin Náfrádi, Sándor Gulyás, Tünde Törőcsik, Balázs Pál Sümegi, Péter Pomázi, and Pál Sümegi

reference book of Greguss 1945 , Greguss 1972 and Schweingruber 1990 and the web-based identification work of schoch et al. 2004 . Archaeozoological analysis A large volume of bones, more than 6000 pieces of animal bones occurred from ten

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late medieval (14 th –15 th century) period were the best represented at Debrecen-Tócó-part as well. 1 Fig. 1 The location of main sites mentioned in the paper Owing to the archaeozoological analyses, thousands of animal bones have been identified from

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into the guardian of the gates of hell, and in the youngest layer of folklore, his appearance and behaviour are described as similar to those of the German land-owning classes. Typical features of the Devil are horns, tail, animal leg, and glowing red

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Állattartók a Neolitikumtól a késő bronzkorig

Esettanulmány Budapest XVII. kerület Rákoscsaba–Major-hegy Dél lelőhely állatcsontleletei kapcsán

Archaeologiai Értesítő
Author: P Csippán

Irodalom B artosiewicz , L ászló 1996 Bronze age animal keeping in Northwestern Transdanubia, Hungary . Acta Musei Papensis – Pápai

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mammals . In M. D. Breed and J. Moore (eds.) Encyclopedia of animal behavior . Volume 1. London : Academic Press/Elsevier . 40 – 43 . Travis , Lisa . 1984

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Ritual public humiliation

Using pragmatics to model language aggression

Acta Linguistica Academica
Authors: Dániel Z. Kádár and Puyu Ning

animal metaphors offensive ? Journal of Language and Social Psychology . 30 . 311 – 325 . Jacobsen , Bente . 2008 . Interactional pragmatics and court interpreting: The

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puerperal daemon and protection against it, however, it usually appears in the form of an animal (dog or ram), carrying human lungs in its mouth and looking for some flowing water (river or stream) to throw the lungs into ( Poiarkov 1891 :41; Baialieva

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Position of the vessels in the graves Fig. 29 Position of the animal bones in the graves Fig. 30 1: Grave no. 465; 2: Grave no. 350/A; 3: Grave no. 303.2; 4: Grave no. 361; 5: Grave no. 364 Fig. 31 1: Grave no. 302.2; 2: Grave no. 345; 3: Grave no. 298; 4

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”, needs a charm to be activated. CHARMS AND VERNACULAR BELIEFS In this tale, the hero obtains the wand thanks to the fish, which is a metaphorical representation of Christ, whose iconic animal image is the one of a fish. Thus, such a gift can be considered

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Society . OHNUMA , Reiko 2017 . Unfortunate Destiny: Animals in the Indian Buddhist Imagination . New York : Oxford University Press . PANKENIER , David W. 2013 . Astrology and Cosmology in Early China: Conforming Earth to Heaven . Cambridge

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