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on stone weights, the latter linked either to the trade of raw metal or of metal products, like iron buckles. One of the buckles found at the site, in fact, bears the inscription Leand ( er ) T ( iti ) Can ( ii servus ), probably referring to an

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Hungarian HEIs, and the SH students. This is where the insider's perspective might have missed and why an outsider's observation is necessary ( Dwyer & Buckle, 2009 ). Moreover, the SH program is very unique in the literature for serving simultaneously as an

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Wiederentdeckung der nationalen Renaissance als internationales Phänomen, am Beispiel der Herrera-Rezeption in den spanischen Reiseberichten des Antonio Ponz (1772–1792) , in Festschrift für Hartmut Biermann , hrsg. v. C. Andreas, M. Bückling u. R. Dorn, Weinheim

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Kiss 2005 = G. Kiss : Egy bizánci övcsat Keszthely-Dobogóról (A Byzantine belt buckle from Keszthely-Dobogó). ZalaiMúz 14 (2005) 203–213. Kiss G. Egy bizánci övcsat Keszthely

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susceptible area of the tower structure, as the first natural frequency is not close to the corresponding 1P and 3P and the tower is a soft–stiff tower design. Future research work and investigation will be based on the development of buckling and fatigue

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) Two belt buckles with different kinds of decoration were also found in the two graves at Collegno: the first one (t. 48), made of bronze and iron with a ring in the form of a ʻD’ and the second made of bronze with an oval ring and a ʻshield-like’ belt

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Lett 73 : 3842 – 3844 10.1063/1.122911 . 6. Lourie , O , Cox , DM , Wagner , HD 1998 Buckling and collapse of embedded carbon nanotubes . Phys Rev Lett 81 : 1638 – 1641 10

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clashed with them [the Americans], I went in, others fled but I went in and got a pair of boots for myself. It came up this high, made of leather, there was a buckle here… [I note in Hungarian: it was almost knee-high, a pair of thingamajig, buckled

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of ring is known from the cemetery in Les Jogasses in France. 265 Here we have to mention the closed bronze ring with also sealed design from grave 760 in Ménfőcsanak ( Fig. 23.3 ) . Belts and buckles The Ménfőcsanak graves yielded five buckles with

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similar in the whole post-Roman western Mediterranean. The graves remain modestly furnished and the deceased buried with few dress accessories in most cases, with fibulae, jewellery and belt sets or buckles, combs, spindle whorls, sometimes tools. Often of

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