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The Hegykő cemetery (and the Hegykő group) has strong ties with the 6th-century cemeteries of Lower-Austria both regarding its material culture and its funerary rites, and thus any interpretation must be set in this context. The comparative analysis of the cemetery’s two grave groups sheds light on the tendency that the community using the cemetery gradually acculturated to the population using the 6th-century cemeteries of Pannonia.

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This study offers a brief review of the main research directions and issues in the archaeology of identity. Discussed here are the components of identity – meaning the statuses and roles that determine the individual’s relation to, and membership in, a community as well as to other individuals, which are essentially the elements of social cohesion and social organisation – and its formation as well as the various options for categorisation and the modes of display through cultural memory and material culture.

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Written sources reveal that a political power shift and an excessive change of population took place in Pannonia in 568. Archaeological data suggest, however, coexsistence between communities different origins despite the community level realignment of society. The author would like to highlight some neglected examples that could provide details of vital importance for the topic and connect it to well known sites, all too often having complex and unclear interpretations. Continuity is analysed through the last phase of Langobard Period cemeteries, presuming that they were still in use during the last third of the 6th century, and through the early phase of Avar Period cemeteries, as their connection networks are the same: an intensive interaction with the western Merovingian and the Mediterranean world. This connection is evident in certain arte fact types (belts, weapons, brooches) and in attireas a whole as well.

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Beáta Bodócsi, István Koncz, Zsigmond Hum, Orsolya Serfőző, József Pap-Szekeres and István Szabó

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A mellkasi fájdalom igen gyakori panasz a sürgősségi osztályon megjelent betegek körében. A sürgősségi orvosok fontos feladata kizárni az életet veszélyeztető kórképeket: akut coronariaszindróma, pulmonalis embolisatio, mellkasi aortadissectio. A szerzők 7 órája fennálló tompa mellkasi fájdalom miatt jelentkező beteg kórtörténetét ismertetik. A diagnosztikus algoritmusoknak megfelelően EKG, vérvétel, mellkasröntgen, majd ezek után mellkasi komputertomográfiás angiográfia történt. Az akut coronariaszindróma, pulmonalis embolisatio, valamint a mellkasi aorta dissectiója kizárásra kerültek, azonban a CT-képen mellékleletként hatalmas méretű rekeszsérv ábrázolódott. A betegnél sürgős műtét történt, amely után a beteg panaszmentesen, gyógyultan távozott a kórházból. A szerzők kiemelik, hogy a diagnosztikus algoritmusok a gyakori, potenciálisan halálos betegségek megerősítését vagy kizárását célozzák meg, elsősorban mellkasi panaszok esetén. Nem szabad azonban szem elől téveszteni, hogy a mellkasi fájdalomnak vannak ritkább okai, amelyek a társszakmák bevonását, multidiszciplináris gondolkodásmódot tesznek szükségessé. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(36), 1445–1448.

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The study addresses the find types decorated with ring-and-dot motifs and the interpretation of this motif in relation to three brooches from Tolna County. Although the three brooches are decorated in a similar manner, their forms differ, reflecting cultural contacts with entirely different regions.

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