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Metal Artefacts from the Severynivka Hillfort

sluchayniya arkheologicheskie nakhodki bliz mestechka Smela . T. III. Sankt-Peterburg. 1905 Otchet o raskopkakh, proizvedennykh v 1903 godu v Cherkasskom uezde Kievskoy gubernii. Izvestiya Arkheologicheskoy Komissii 14: 1-43. Boroffka N. 1987 Folosirea fierului in Romania de la incepturi pina in secolul al VIII – lea i.e.n. Apulum 24: 55-77. Bukowski Z. 1977 The Scythian influence in the area of Lusatian culture . Wrocław-Warszawa-Kraków-Gdańsk. Chernenko E.V. 1968 Skifskiy dospekh . Kyiv. Chochorowski J. 1985 Die Vekerzug

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A Final Eneolithic Research Inspirations: Subcarpathia Borderlands Between Eastern and Western Europe

kamieniarskiej społeczności Kujaw. In: A. Kośko, J. Bednarczyk (Eds) Z badań nad genezą regionalizmu kulturowego społeczeństw Kujaw, 121-153. Poznań-Kruszwica-Inowrocław. Chernykh E.N. 1977 Ob evropeyskoy zone tsircumpontiyskoy metallurgicheskoy provintsii (CMP). Acta Archaeologica Carpathica 17: 29-54. 1992 Ancient metallurgy in USRR. The early Metal Age. Cambridge. Chiojdeanu C., Stan D.S., Constantinescu B. 2011 Gold and silver coating characterization using an x-ray fluorescend based method – the case of archaeological artifacts. Romanian Reports

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Research in the Central Part of Severynivka Hillfort (Quadrats F80, F90, G71, G81)

. Bohusevych V.A. 1952 Kanivska arkheolohichna ekspedytsiya. Arkheolohichni pamiatky URSR III 141-153. Bondarenko D.V., Smirnov A.I. 2014 Novyi ritualno-pogrebalnyi kompleks arkhaicheskogo vremeni v Nizhnem Pobuzhe. In: Trudy VI (XX) vserossiyskogo arkheologicheskogo sezda v Kazani II: 8-11. Boroffka N. 1987 Folosirea fierului in Romania de la incepturi pina in secolul al VIII – lea i.e.n. Apulum 24: 55-77. Boyko Y.N. 1990 Khram goroda Gelona. Sovetskaya etnografiya 3: 52-65. 2004 Vishenka-2 – novyi chernolessko-zhabotinskiy pamiatnik v

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A Romanian banknote from the Prague printing office


The National Bank of Romania decided to produce some means of payment for the monetary reform of 1947 in secrecy. The Czechoslovak National Bank (NBČS) executed a perfect graphic appearance for the banknote of 100 lei based on a drawing by a Romanian painter. The bank produced printing forms for offset processing and printed 12 series from the June issue. Bucharest was provided with the watermarked banknote paper for another 30 million of bills as well as printing forms and numbering machines. Later on, the bank produced printing forms for the letter-print and delivered them together with 50 new numbering machines for the purpose of the December issue. The author is focused on various phases of this cooperation as well as on the connection among watermarks, series, numbering machines and issues of this sole Romanian banknote, in which the NBČS’ printing office was involved in a decisive way. The author mentioned also mintage of the 2-lei coin in the Kremnica mint in 1947.

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Planting patterns and exotic plants in nineteenth-century Bucharest public gardens

REFERENCES Primary sources ANIC, REAZ, folders 3, 12, 14, 15, 17, 20, 24, 27, 28, 29, 38, 44, 45, 784. ANIC, Fond Fritz Rebhuhn, folders 7, 9, 11, 22. ANIC, Planuri și Hotărnicii, Jud Ilfov, files 221, 338. ANIC, Fond Familial Filipescu, folder I/55. DMBAN, PMB Tehnic, folder 7. Secondary sources ANDREESCU, Ștefan, (coord.) (2016), Călători străini despre Țările Române, Supliment II, Bucharest: Editura Academiei Române. ANTEMIREANU, Alexandru (1905), “O zi la Florești,” România Ilustrată , 259-266. BUIUMACI

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Non-State Actors in Cyberspace Operations

, G., “4chan and /b/: An Analysis of Anonymity and Ephemerality in a Large Online Community,” In Proc. Fifth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM-11), Jul. 2011. [9] Bhattacharjee, Y., “How a Remote Town in Romania Has Become Cybercrime Central,” Wired Magazine, Jan. 31 2011. Available: [10] Bradbury, D., “The Spy Who Hacked Me,” Infosecurity, Vol 8 Issue 5, Elsevier, Sep./Oct. 2011. [11] Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom

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The Warsaw Uprising as presented in chosen German newspapers

- General Bor- -Komorowski and his staff ]. Moskau - Erst die Besetzung - Waff enstillstandverhandlungen mit Rumaenien verzoegert, 7th September 1944 [Moscow - until the occupation - Armistice negotiations negotiations with Romania delayed]. Moskau treib ein frivoles Spiel - Das Drama in Warschau / Enthuellung der Hintergruende, 19th August 1944 [Moscow blowing a frivolous game - Th e drama in Warsaw / unveiling of backgrounds]. Moskau und die Polen - Hauptlinge der Untergrundbewegung verhaftet - Drahtmeldung, 1st September

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Divided National Identity in Moldova

Introduction Since the Russian annexation of 1812, identity politics has been the long-term subject of interest and dispute for a relatively large part of the population as well as the politically relevant inhabitants and state structures of Romania, Moldova, and Russia. This is true for the period before World War I, the interwar period, during World War II, and after it. It intensified in form after the country gained political independence, connected to the disintegration of the Russian–Soviet imperial realm. Russian efforts to create new national

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The Polish People’s Republic State Apparatus and the Roma people in the Lubuskie Region

Bibliography Bartosz A., Romowie w Polsce. Kalendarium 1401-2012 , Tarnów 2012. Crowe D.M., A History of the Gypsies of Eastern Europe and Russia , New York 1996. Crowe D., Kolsti J., “e Gypsies of Eastern Europe , London and New York 1991. Chirot D., Social Change in Communist Romania , “Social Forces” 1978, No. 57(2), pp. 457-499. Dębicki E., Wczorajszy ogień. Ptak umarłych II , Gorzów Wielkopolski 2012. Dudra S., Nitschke B., Mniejszości narodowe i etniczne w Polsce po II wojnie światowej , Kraków 2010. Fraser A

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