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Starting from the second half of the 18 th century, a brief chronology of teaching medical physiology and pathophysiology in Hungary is given in this article. Even when the major milestones of this history are only identified, one can recognize several significant achivements that may inspire the present and coming generations to develope and enrich this inheritance of high values. These achivements involve - inter alia - influential scientific “schools” founded by eminent professors, outstanding institutions of basic medicine, recognition of the relevance of the integrative approach in medical education, close relationship between teaching and scientific research, high-standard theoretical and practical training, teaching based on excellent domestic and foreign textbooks, extensive international relationships and experience.

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2003 V. C habai : The chronological and industrial variability of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in Eastern Europe . In: The Chronology of the

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The first prominent creation of the Hungarian romantic architecture is Count István Károlyi’s (1797–1881) church in Fót. It attributes to its importance that it was designed by the young Miklós Ybl (1814–1891), and the similar artistic principles and imagination of the Maecenas and the architect created a harmonic set of buildings (church, parsonage, school). The study outlines the known facts of the church, and based on those, attempts to assemble the church’s iconography and chronology.

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( Tóth and Tóth 2003 ; Tóth 2006 ; Barczi et al. 2009 ; Pető and Barczi 2011 ; Dani and Horváth 2012 ). This term persisted despite archeologists’ warnings of the problems and misunderstandings it has caused, both in chronology and functional

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obszarze Polski południowo-wschodniej i zachodniej Ukrainy (Remarks on relative and absolute chronology of Early and Middle Eneolithic in the area of South-East Poland and West Ukraine). PrzA 56 (2008) 41–100. Chmielewski T. J

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]. Sibiu : W. Kraft . Docan , N. 1910 Despre elementele cronologice în documentele românești [Elements of Chronology in Romanian Documents]. Analele Academiei Române , 2 nd series, vol. 32. Bucharest. Dudaș , Florian 1974 -1975 Un catalog de

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Dahn’el Kahn 2001-ben új kronológiát javasolt a 25. (kusita) dinasztia történelmére vonatkozóan, amelyet II. Sarrukín 1999-ben publikált Tang-i Var-i feliratában olvasható új adatokra alapozott. Bár az általa felállított új kronológia számos ponton értelmezte át a korszak egyiptomi és kusita történelmének eseményeit, az ő felvetései sem mentesek félreértelmezésektől és hiányosságoktól. Jelen tanulmány szerzője a már ismert források pontosabb értelmezésével, és a probléma kontextusában még nem vizsgált néhány újabb forrás együttes vizsgálatával próbálja bizonyítani, hogy miért nem elfogadható minden kétséget kizáróan Dahn’el Kahn elmélete.

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L’Oppidum de Bibracte (Mont Beuvray, France) Bilan de 10 Annees de Recherches (1996–2005)

Sous la Direction de Laurent Dhennequin, Jean-Paul Guillaumet, Miklós Szabó

Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Authors: Philippe Barral, Erica Camurri, Beatrice Cauuet, Felix Fleischer, Jörg Frase, Benjamin Girard, Katherine Gruel, Gilles Hamm, Ralph Hoppadietz, Isabelle Jouffroy-Bapicot, Thierry Luginbühl, François Meylan, Fabrice Monna, Fabienne Olmer, Christophe Petit, Herve Richard, Sabine Rieckhoff, Rosa Roncador, Dániel Szabó, Calin Tamas, Lőrinc Timár, Otto-H. Urban, Daniele Vitali and Mattias Wöhrl

This article contains the results of 10 years of research in the Gaulish oppidum of Bibracte between 1996 and 2005. It discusses the thematic developed in Centre archéologique européen of Bibracte in this period. It concerns the natural and human environment, the organisation of the oppidum and the political and economic structures.The palaeoenvironmental analyses have demonstrated the strong impact of human activities, namely of paleometallurgy, on the natural environment. The understanding of the inner organisation of the oppidum has been enriched by the study of the fortifications, the burials, the workshop and residential areas and the public buildings. The greatest result was the uncovering of a basilica complex of a Roman republican style in the centre of the settlement (between 50 and 30 BC). Finally, the study of the finds has contributed to determination of the phases and the chronology of the settlement.*

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