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is characteristic of peripheral zones of the south Slavic areas (south, central, and western Bulgaria, Macedonia, southeastern Serbia, western Croatia, and Slovenia). 21 Celebration of church patron saint’s day. 22 Živak is a demonic being that is

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patron saint of blacksmiths, under a faint inscription in Latin that was interpreted as “We do not have the key.” The frescoes belong to the family group of “Romanesque wall paintings of Central France,” which have been extensively catalogued and

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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

-aged women in costume, dressed in colors befitting younger women and wearing skirts shorter than usual, with fewer petticoats than usual. Dressed for mass on the feast of the church’s patron saint, Varsány (Nógrád county), 1987. (Photo: Ágnes Fülemile

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