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A Semantic Analysis of Personal Names in Datooga Society

, Henry R. T. – RUGEMALIRA Josephat M. (2008): Researching and Documenting the Languages of Tanzania. In Language Documentation and Conservation 2 (1), pp. 68-108. POPESCU, Şerban (2013): The Description Theory of Names. Budapest: Central European Universty. SPEAKS, Jeff (2007): A Guide to Kripke’s Attack on Descriptivism in Lectures I and II of Naming and Necessity. Retrieved from https://www3.nd.edu/~jspeaks/courses/2006-7/93515/handouts/kripke-descriptivism.pdf . TUCKER, Archibald N. – BRYAN, Margaret A. (1966): Linguistics Analyses: The Non

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Is Leather Skirt Designed by Urameselgwa a Symbol of Datooga’s Identity?

Praxis: Theoretical Approaches. In Henrietta L. Moore, Todd Sanders, Bwire Kaare (eds): Those Who Play with Fire: Gender, Fertility and Transformation in East and Southern Africa . London: Athlone Press, pp. 3-37. MUZALE, Henry R. T. – RUGEMALIRA, Josephat M. (2008): Researching and Documenting the Languages of Tanzania. In Language Documentation and Conservation , 2 (1), pp. 68-108. SOUKUP, Václav (1994): Sociální a kultúrní antropologie . Praha: Slon. YOUNG, Alyson (2008): Young Child Health among Eyasi Datooga: Socioeconomic Marginalization

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Adaptation of Sukuma Loanwords in the Western Dialects of Datooga (Taturu) and its Dialectological Implications

Nouns in Datooga (Southern Nilotic, Tanzania). In Angelika Mietzner, Anne Storch (eds.): Nilo-Saharan: Models and Descriptions . Cologne: Koeppe Verlag, pp. 73-92. CEPPI, Silvia L. – NIELSEN, Martin R. (2014): A Comparative Study on Bush-meat Consumption Patterns in Ten Tribes in Tanzania. In Tropical Conservation Science 7 (2), pp. 272-287. CREIDLER, Chet – ROTLAND, Franz (1997): Noun Classification in Southern Nilotic: Datooga. In Afrika und Ubersee 80, pp.71-93. EHALA, Martin (2010): Ethnolinguistic Vitality and Intergroup Processes. In

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Youth Eco Activism in Slovakia: Case of Wolf – Forest Protection Movement

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The study deals with the activism of young Slovak people on the field of ecology and conservation of Slovak nature. As an example of this kind of activism Wolf - Forest Protection Movement was selected because it is the most active and most successful environmental organization in Slovakia. The main objective of this case study is to describe and analyse organisational structure and activities of Wolf on the background of wider general and theoretical framework what enables to classify this organisation in wide spectrum of youth activism, especially youth environmental activism in Slovakia. Apart from theoretical approach, organisational structure and broad range of activities of Wolf the study presents also political and civic attitudes of its young members, financing of the organisation and attractiveness of Wolf to young people in Slovakia.

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The Laws of Motecuhzoma Ilhuicamina

turquoise in ancient Mesoamerica. In Jonathan C. H. King et al. (eds.), Turquoise in Mexico and North America: Science, Conservation, Culture and Collections. London: Archetype, pp. 117-134. TENA, Rafael (1997): Revisión de la hipótesis sobre la crónica X. In Salvador Rueda Smithers et al. (eds.): Códices y documentos sobre México, Segundo Simposio Internacional. México: INAH, Vol. 2, pp. 163-178. TENA, Rafael (2006): Las Antigüedades mexicanas de fray Andrés de Olmos. In Luis Barjau (coord.): Etnohistoria. Visión alternativa del tiempo . México: INAH

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Preliminary Report on the Twelfth Excavation Season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga

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The twelfth excavation season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga focused on archaeological exploration of the Typhonium (WBN 200) and the Palace of Queen Amanishakheto (WBN 100), and on conservation of structures located in Central Wad Ben Naga.

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Preliminary Report on the Fourteenth Excavation Season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga

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The fourteenth excavation season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga focused on archaeological exploration of the Typhonium (WBN 200) and its immediate surroundings, exploration of cemetery WBN C200 and on conservation of structures located in Central Wad Ben Naga.

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Preliminary Report on the Thirteenth Excavation Season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga

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The thirteenth excavation season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga focused on archaeological exploration of the Typhonium (WBN 200) and the nearby cemetery WBN C200, as well as on conservation of structures located in Central Wad Ben Naga.

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Preliminary Report on the Eleventh Excavation Season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga

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The eleventh excavation season of the Archaeological Expedition to Wad Ben Naga focused on the rescue excavations around the rail track intersecting the western part of the archaeological site, excavations around the so-called Circular Building (WBN 50), conservation of the Palace of Queen Amanishakheto (WBN 100) and other minor projects.

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The Family and Friends of Vojta Náprstek a Rare Portrait Collection from the Funds of the Náprstek Museum

Literature and sources: ANDERSON, Stanton. Our photographic heritage: the history, art, and science of conservation . Rochester, N. Y.: Eastman Kodak Company, 1999. BARGER, Susan M. – Deane K. SMITH – William B. WHITE. Characterization of corrosion products on old protective glass, especially daguerreotype cover glasses. Journal of Materials Science . 1989, Issue 4 (Volume 24), 1343-1356. CLARK, Gary W. Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide: A Guide to Identifying and Dating Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes and Tintypes . San Bernardino. CA: Photo Tree

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