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A szarmata településrészletek ritkán, bár újabban egyre gyakrabban előforduló emlékei a csontfésűk. A tanulmány a csontfésűknek a Kárpát-medencei Barbaricumban előkerült típusaival, eredetükkel, elterjedésükkel és kapcsolataikkal foglalkozik, rövid kitekintéssel a szarmaták keleti szállásterületén tapasztalt megfigyelésekre.

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JPC - Journal of Planar Chromatography - Modern TLC
Authors: Erzsébet Háznagy-Radnai, Klára Pintye-Hódi, Szilvia Czigle, Tamás Martinek, Gábor Janicsák, Imre Máthé, and István Erős

We have isolated five iridoids (harpagide, acetylharpagide, harpagoside, ajugoside, and aucubin) from St. recta L. by a combination of chromatographic methods-NP-TLC, RP-HPLC, and TLC-densitometry. The isolated iridoids were identified on the basis of their physical and spectroscopic properties. Basic information about their structures was obtained from their NMR spectra. X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy can be used for direct determination of inorganic elements in the leaves, stems, and inflorescences of Stachys recta L. We identified K, Ca, Mo, Fe, Co, Ir, Ga, Tl, and S.

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5. századi településrészlet és temető Nyíregyháza határában. Csorda-Páskum II., M3-58. lelőhely

Settlement and cemetery from the 5th century AD in the vicinity of Nyíregyháza (Site M3-58), Hungary

Archaeologiai Értesítő
Authors: Beck Attila, Rácz Zsófia, Soós Eszter, Pintye Gábor, and Bárány Annamária

During 2009–2011, a burial ground and a part of a settlement have been excavated within the confines of the Nyíregyháza municipality, which had been used by the same population in the middle and second half of the 5th century AD based on archaeological data. The 24-grave burial ground established near the dispersed settlement represents a previously unknown cemetery type in Northeast Hungary. Representative artefact types from the Hun period and subsequent decades appear in its find assemblage, including a variety of costume items, glass drinking cups, and a 5th-century silver coin.

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