spread of technological innovations, and on the other, to a radical transformation in lifestyles. For centuries, the plant played a versatile role in small-scale peasant farming, since pumpkins were used in both animal and human nutrition, and pumpkin oil
damage caused by game animals), as well as inquiries and requests concerning local developments. Both topics are prominent in the case of research carried out to evaluate the significance of participation. Although the overall picture is relatively
animal bone at Sarmatian site Gyoma 133. In: E. Jerem (ed.): Cultural and Landscape Changes in South-East Hungary II. Prehistoric, Roman Barbarian and Late Avar Settlement at Gyoma 133. Archaeolingua 5, 307–310.
diseases but also, to a lesser extent, against animal ailments ( Kontomichis 1985 :93 ; Ionas 2007 :Β:85– 87). Characteristic of the expanded use of this charm is the fact that in Cyprus 53 variants are published in the Σώμα των Κυπριακών Επωδών [Corpus
Berkes , Fikret 1999 Sacred Ecology: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Resource Management . Philadelphia : Taylor & Francis .
Berlin , Brendt 1992 Ethnobiological Classification. Principles of Categorisation of Plants and Animals in
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human,” which was originally published in 2002. Éva Pócs has chosen to present, through the figure of the werewolf, dual beings that simultaneously share the features of humans (alive or dead) and demons/animals, and that are able to communicate between
relation to vital fluids – blood, milk, water – whose absence leads to imbalances, expressed in animals’ loss of fertility, the soil’s lack of moisture, and humans’ weakening health (or even death) 8 – all due to thirst. Related to the characters of the
transformations in animal husbandry. Tracts of land combined in the course of farm- reallocation were used by mid-sized and large estates for independent shepherding while smallholders could only acquire grazing land with great difficulty and despite collaboration
Authors:Elek Benkő, Pál Sümegi, Tünde Törőcsik, Elvira Bodor, Balázs Sümegi, and Gusztáv Jakab
. Between the surface and 30 cm below was dark brown, pedogenically altered silty clay. The part closer to the surface was highly mixed, presumably connected with modern-period animal husbandry. The investigated site has been used for the past 200 years as