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Life, Death, and Coming of Age in Antiquity

Mouton, Alice et al. (2014)

International audience Biological and social life of human beings is punctuated by rites of passage. Although some of them are documented in detail, rites of passage in ancient Near Eastern cultures have not previously been presented comprehensively and parallel to each other. A thorough study is ...

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Source : SOAS

Protestantische und Post-Protestantische Jaina-Reformbewegungen: Zur Geschichte und Organisation der Sthānakavāsī III

Flügel, Peter (2007)

Some thirty per cent of Jains describe themselves as Sthanakavasis. Yet the Sthanakavasi tradition has not received any attention by academic scholarship. The present article is the third of a five-part history of the Sthanakavasi tradition, based on textual and ethnographic sources. The first part ...

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Source : Persée

F. B. Harrold & R. A. Eve, eds., Cult Archaeology & Creationism. Understanding Pseudoscientific Beliefs about the Past

Stoczkowski, Wiktor (1997)

Stoczkowski Wiktor. F. B. Harrold & R. A. Eve, eds., Cult Archaeology & Creationism. Understanding Pseudoscientific Beliefs about the Past. In: L'Homme, 1997, tome 37 n°142. pp. 166-168.

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Source : ORBi : Univ. Liège

La Fortuna romaine et l'héritage grec

Leers, Larissa (2010)

We have chosen to focus in this paper the concept of fate in Rome, and this, especially through the cult of the goddess Fortuna. Indeed, it has two significant innovations compared to other deities of the Roman pantheon, since on the one hand, it completely changed in nature over the centuries, and, ...

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Source : HAL

La faceta icónica de la Tierra en el imaginario religioso de los runakuna de Ollantaytambo (Cuzco-Perú)

Di Salvia, Daniela (29 nov. 2012)

En esta comunicación se pretende esbozar un análisis de las representaciones icónico-metafóricas vinculadas a la Tierra y a su culto, tal como las ponen de manifiesto los runakuna de Willoq y Patakancha, dos comunidades campesinas quechuas ubicadas en las alturas serranas del distrito de ...

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Source : IRD

Archaeological data and oral traditions from the Oku and Kovifem sites in northwest Cameroon

Oslisly, Richard et al. (2015)

The recent archaeology of Northwest Cameroon is undoubtedly the best documented in the country. However, results focus mainly on ancient cave sites and do not raise questions about the recent periods relevant to the history of chiefdoms, despite this being a particularly salient feature of the ...

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Source : CSIC

Ceremonia y espectáculo en la fundación de conventos femeninos en la Edad Moderna: la llegada y recepción de las monjas fundadoras

Atienza López, Ángela (2012)

Actas de la XII Reunión Científica de la Fundación Española de Historia Moderna, celebrada en la Universidad de León en 19-21 de junio de 2012. Ángela Atienza López, Universidad de La Rioja (angela.atienza@unirioja.es) El objetivo fundamental de este trabajo es incorporar al corpus de ...

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Source : HAL

From the native point of view: An insider/outsider perspective on folkloric archaism and modern anthropology in Albania

Doja, Albert (2015)

International audience In the standard native tradition of Albanian studies, descriptive and empirical research has only confirmed their own ultimate goal of constructing national specificity and a particularly antiquated view of national culture. In this article, I show how and why an articulate ...

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Source : CSIC

The archaeology of the Middle Pleistocene deposits of Lake Eyasi, Tanzania

Domínguez-Rodrigo, Manuel et al. (18 mars 2014)

Ongoing archaeological research at North Lake Eyasi has produced a wealth of information, including a new hominid fossil and several archaeological sites dating to the end of the Middle Pleistocene. One of the sites (WB9) has been excavated and has produced evidence of multiple processes in its ...

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Source : OpenEdition Books

2. ’A Mongrel of Early Modern Copyright’: Scotland in European Perspective

Mann, Alastair J. (14 févr. 2013)

The copyright history of Scotland is generally seen to be a post-1710 phenomenon. English and European commentators, but also Scottish, have been guilty of this somewhat lazy approach. Scottish historians of copyright, such as they are, have however lauded the role of Scottish judges in the ...

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