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E. Cristiani – I. Živaljević – D. Borić : Residu . analysis and ornament suspension techniques in Prehistory: Cyprinid pharyngeal teeth beads from Late Mesolithic burials at Vlasac

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. Djurso bliz Novorossijska (The burials of horsemen and battle horses in the cemetery at Dyurso river near Novorossijsk). SA 1978/4 (1979) 212–229. Dmitriev A. V. Pogrebenija vsadnikov i

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Wetwang site. This is one of the few chariot burial sites found in the UK. The object was displayed in a showcase with RH values ranging between 35 and 52% and within 6 weeks deterioration was observed with the formation of akaganéite crystals. A similar

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. Stig Sørensen— K. Ch. Rebay : Interpreting the body. Burial practices at the Middle Bronze Age cemetery at Pitten, Austria. ArchA 89 (2005) 153–175. Rebay K. Ch. Interpreting the body

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Orthopterologie e.V . 15 ( 2000 ) 167 – 177 . K ulcsár 1998 V. K ulcsár : A Kárpát-medencei szarmaták temetkezési szokásai (The burial rite

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), Kiskunfélegyháza 2009 Fodor, I. 2013. Ősi halotti maszkok [Ancient Burial Masks. Exhibition Catalogue], Hungarian National Museum

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Anders, A.–Nagy, E. Gy. 2007 Late Neolithic burial rites at the site of Polgár-Csőszhalom-dűlő. In: Kozłowski, J.–Raczky, P. (eds): The Lengyel, Polgár and related cultures in the Middle/Late Neolithic in Central Europe

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Alfödy 1959–1960 = G. Alföldy : Bronze Vessels in the Burial Rites of the Native Population in North Pannonia. Archaeologia (Warszawa) 11 (1959–1960) 1

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-Tisza-vidék honfoglalás kori lovastemetkezései I. Szabolcs — Nyírség (Ancient Hungarian burials with horse in the Upper Tisza region I. Szabolcs — Nyírség). JAMÉ 43 (2001) 569–601. Vörös I. A Felső

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Burials: Frequencies, distributions and weapon combinations. In: S. C. Hawkes (ed.): Weapons and Warfare in Anglo-Saxon England. Oxford Universitiy Comittee for Archaeology Monograph No. 21. Oxford–Exeter, 49–61. Härke, H. 1990

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