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347 352 Cotte, J.F., Casabianca, H., Chardon, S., Lheritier, J. & Grenier-Loustalot, M.F. (2003): Application of carbohydrate analysis to verify honey authenticity

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The sixtieth speech in the Demosthenic corpus should be regarded as an authentic text of the funeral oration for the Athenian dead from the battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC. Its authenticity was denied by Dionysius of Halicarnassus and other ancient critics on stylistic grounds, but the stylistic differences between the Funeral Oration and other Demosthenic speeches can be explained by the difference in genre. The funeral orations of Lysias and Hyperides are similarly different from other material by those authors, and the content of the Demosthenic speech well suits its historical and literary context.

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MACCANNELL, Dean 1973: Staged Authenticity: Arrangements of Social Space in Tourist Settings. American Journal of Sociology 79 (3) 589-603. Staged Authenticity: Arrangements of Social Space in Tourist Settings American Journal of Sociology

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Dilemma of Authenticity.” American Anthropologist 2: 446–449. Linnekin J. Cultural Invention and the Dilemma of Authenticity American Anthropologist

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The “other side” of architectural reconstruction

Professional, social and political questions in architectural reconstruction by the example of old bridge in mostar

Authors: Maja Toshikj and Ákos Zsembery

– The Case of Warsaw . In John Bold – Peter Larkham – Robert Pickerd (eds): Authentic Reconstruction, Authenticity, Architecture and the Built Heritage . Bloomsbury Academic , London 2018 . 47 – 68 . Ascherson 2005

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The profiles of anthocyanins and anthocyanidins present in berry fruits can be used as fingerprints for the evaluation of authenticity of raw materials, juices, fruit extracts, and food products. The aim of our work was to establish the authenticity of fruit juices from the market according to the label inscription. With this end in view, we used spectroscopic and TLC techniques for the preliminary identification of main groups of anthocyanins and to obtain a fingerprint of each berry fruit used in the preparation of juice. For the same purpose, we achieved a RP-HPLC method for the determination in detail of the composition of natural pigments, such as anthocyanins from alcoholic extracts of colored fruits and anthocyanidins from their hydrolyzed products. The RP-HPLC chromatographic fingerprints gave us the possibility to identify seventeen anthocyanins (glycosylated anthocyanidins) and five major anthocyanidins (delphinidin, cyanidin, petunidin, pelargonidin, and malvidin) from the extracts of colored fruits.The TLC separation was achieved on cellulose pre-coated plates developed with concentrated hydrochloric acid-glacial acetic acid-water as mobile phase followed by densitometric measurements in visible. The HPLC separation was carried out on ODS-2 Hypersil column by gradient elution and detection at 520 nm. The mobile phase was a mixture of acetonitrile and phosphoric acid buffer in different ratios.Our methods have been successfully applied to find the fingerprint of anthocyanins and anthocyanidins of eight berry fruits which we used as reference materials at the analysis of fruit juices from market in order to establish their authenticity and conformity with the label inscription.

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The paper aims to look at those community-organizing phenomena that provided alternatives to officially supported, mandatory youth activities and played a vital role in the everyday life of young people in socialist Hungary in the 1970s and 80s. The urban folk dance and music revival, the so-called táncház (dance house) movement, is highlighted. The authors argue that the dance house as a subculture with its concept of “authenticity” was able to create common identity with the intrinsic notion of oppositional stance. Parallels are drawn between sports, rock music, literature and the dance house. The process of disintegration and folkloristic discovery of traditional peasant culture in Hungary and in Transylvania, communist peasant policy, and the connections between cities and villages are discussed alongside the phenomena of revival and issues of identity.

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The question of authenticity in the creation of Bartók’s Viola Concerto has been one of the most enigmatic in the viola repertoire. Inconsistencies among revisions of the work by different scholars since the first attempt by Tibor Serly in 1946 reveal that the task of uncovering an authentic final version by scrutinizing the manuscript itself is not always a clearcut or “purely mechanical” endeavor. Following a brief overview of the manuscript’s layout, this article addresses some ambiguous details based on a number of puzzling indications. Some of these questions can only be resolved by acquiring an in-depth knowledge of Bartók’s musical language. The manuscript draft is thereby approached not only by studying the primary-source materials alone, but also by means of a theoretic-analytical approach. The latter takes into account principles of modality, polymodal combination, and more abstract types of pitch sets, such as hybrid modes, the octatonic scale, and other more chromatic configurations. General types of scalar or modal construction are discussed as basic determinants in performing certain figural details. Such principles as diatonic expansion, chromatic compression, and polymodal chromaticism are shown, for instance, to be essential for understanding the content and function of the trill figures and the larger linear constructions to which they belong. Thus, we may assume that the combined levels of research and analysis suggested above are essential in arriving at Bartók’s authentic conception.

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A műemlékvédelem össztársadalmi szélességű, kulturális identitást is meghatározó témakör, ezért egyaránt érinti az ezzel foglalkozó szakemberek szűk körét és a széles közönséget. A két fél szemléletmódja és értékítélete egyre erősebben eltérő, és minél nagyobb a kettő közötti távolság, annál több politikai, gazdasági, jogi és egyéb érdek töltheti ki ezt a rést, gyengítve ezáltal a szakmai szerep hatékonyságát. A probléma gyökere — feltételezésem szerint — a nézőpontok eltérésében van, ezért a megoldás keresését is itt kell elkezdeni.

A gyakorló építész a szűken vett műemlékes szakma és a nagyközönség között köztes helyzetben áll. Ebben a helyzetben — a szűken vett szakma felől nézve amatőr státusban — feltehet olyan kérdéseket, amelyek szakmai oldalon evidenciák lehetnek, de a befogadó közönség számára nem kellően értelmezett, tehát nyitott témák. Idetartozhat például a szakmai alapfogalmak — érték, hitelesség, eredetiség — tisztázása és értelmezése. Ugyanakkor ez a pozíció — a befogadó közönség felől nézve hivatásosként — lehetőséget ad az eltérő nézőpontok, szemléletmódok megértésére és ezáltal közelítésére is, egyfajta mediációs kísérletre.

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The linguistic, content and critical analysis of the Povest’ vremennych let means an “evergreen” topic for the East Slavic historiography. The tradition of different origins and the combination of the text partly come from the natural quality of the East European region, upon which the aspects of choice of the Christian chroniclers were built. In the quantitative aspect, the more detailed narratives rely on either earlier notes or oral tradition, yet they do not complete the whole of the chronology the chronicler pays attention to. In the author’s opinion, Sylvester, the abbey of the monastery of Vydubiči, created the dynastic legitimization in the person of Vladimir Monomah and in a way determinant for his descendants with mixing the different traditions.

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