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Daszkiewicz , M Raabe , J et al. 1995 The Ceramics Cultural Heritage, Monographs in Materials and Society 2 Techna Faenza 349 Vincenzini , P. , Ed. 7 Burmester , A

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References Cited Csonka-Takacs , Eszter 2010 The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Service of our Living and Surviving Tradition - Task and Opportunities in Hungary . In Hoppal , Mihaly (ed

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: Néprajz, antropológia — kulturális örökség és az emlékezet kategóriái [Ethnology, Anthropology — Cultural Heritage and the Categories of Remembrance]. Iskolakultúra 3 , 41–48. Fejős Z Néprajz, antropológia — kulturális örökség

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Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Museum International , 56(1–2): 140. Republic of South Africa Aikawa N. An historical overview of the protection of the UNESCO International Convention for the Safeguarding of the

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This special chapter focuses on the contribution of thermal analysis to the preservation of cultural heritage and its continuing vital role. Case studies outlining the use of these techniques have been reported in chapters

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Culture, Youth and Sports (MYCS), Prishtinë, 2016. [4] Cultural heritage without borders -Albania , http://chwb.org/albania/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2015/03/CHwB_Portfolio_2015_eng_low.pdf (last visited 26

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Authors: Lucio Cesar Severiano, Francisco Antonio Rocco Lahr, Marcelo Augusto Gonçalves Bardi and Luci Diva Brocardo Machado

differ among species, among trees of the same species, and even among different parts of the same tree [ 3 ]. As described by Lara [ 3 ], a large number of Brazilian wooden cultural heritages is undergoing a deterioration process and so requires

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Authors: Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski, Marjan Petreski and Venera Krliu-Handjiski

Psychology , 53 : 93 – 101 . Fargher , S. — Resting , S. — Lange , T. — Pacheco , G. ( 2008 ): Cultural Heritage and Job Satisfaction in Eastern and Western Europe

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This work is based on the museological classification of the saddle collection of the Museum of Ethnography in Budapest. The collection consists of cca 150 saddles, two-thirds of which comes from Hungarian speaking areas, one third from Northern Africa, Asia and Finland. The author describes the development of saddles and their different types by analysing the objects and professional literature. Making and ornamenting saddles, harnesses and equipments of the saddles for different purposes are described here. The most famous Hungarian saddle making centre and the most widespread Hungarian type, the Tiszafüred type are highlighted. Cultural history of this Eastern heritage from the ancient history of Hungarians upto the present is presented. It also refers to the significant traditions of Hungarian riding culture (Hungarian hussar) and to the new areas and possibilities of current saddle usage (sport, turism, recreation).

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Semiotics in translation: Transferring cultural heritage

5 th International Imatra Symposium on Semiotics and Translation Imatra, Finland, June 6–7, 2009

Author: Kristina Mullamaa
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