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Julia Gräf

Ikonographie. Bd. 8. Ikonographie der Heiligen Meletius bis zweiundvierzig Märtyrer (Rome, Freiburg, Basel, Wien: Herder Verlag, 1976). Bravo, Guiseppe A. and Trupke, Juliana, 100 000 Jahre Leder. Eine Monographie (Basel, Stuttgart: Birkhäuser Verlag, 1970). Cinato, Franck, Development, “Diffusion and Reception of the “Buckler Play”: A Case Study of a Fighting Art in the Making”, in Jaquet, Daniel, Verelst, Karin and Dawson, Timothy, eds., Late Medieval and Early Modern Fight Books. Transmission and Tradition of Martial Arts in Europe (14th–17th Centuries

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Lina Rambausek, Els Bruneel, Gilbert De Mey and Lieva Van Langenhove

References [1] 9GAGInc. Cool non commercialized stuff. 2013. [2] Flood K. The Original Creators: Diana Dew 2011 [3] GawkerMedia. In The 1960s You Could Wear an Electric Dress. 2008. [4] Toeters M, ten Bhomer M, Bottenberg E, Tomico O and Brinks G. Research through design: a way to drive innovative solutions in the field of smart textiles. Adv Sci Tech. 2013; 80:112-7. [5] Troster G. Smart Clothes-The Unfulfilled Pledge? Ieee Pervasive Computing. 2011; 10: 87-9. [6] Weiser M. THE COMPUTER FOR THE 21ST-CENTURY. Scientific American. 1991; 265: 94. [7

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Danuta Michalska and Andrzej Krzyszowski

cemetery and dated to the period between 10 th /11 th century and the first half of the 11 th century. The chronologically younger phase (phase II) is situated in the south-eastern part and is dated to the period from the second half of the 11 th century up to the first half of the 12 th century. In the older area (phase I) only graves formed into a few much about parallel strings have been noted, with no characteristic row layout, which dominates the “younger” phase (phase II). An important matter was to obtain 14 C dates especially from two graves: number 148

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Jolanta Korycka-Skorupa and Tomasz Nowacki

and estimated. Type 5: One complex method → one complex form → one map The most complex case of cartographic presentation is a presentation resulting in a single methodical procedure being applied in parallel to two sets of data. As a result, one complex presentation form is obtained ( Fig. 13 ). Figure 13 Type 5: One complex method → one complex form → one map. Source: own elaboration The bivariate choropleth map presented in Fig. 14 is an example. Convinced that two sets of data can be juxtaposed, the editor of the map created this combination by

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Ágnes Erőss

Introduction While monuments and memorials are as old as humanity, since the end of 19th century memorials commemorating events and/or individuals of national importance have become essential elements of the landscape. Commemorative plaques, statues, memorials ( Foote & Azaryahu 2007 ) or street names ( Azaryahu 1996a ; Alderman 2003 ; Giraut & Houssay-Holzschuch 2016 ) have a seemingly clear function: by placing a physical reminder in the public space they intend to enhance the recollection and integration of memories related to the subject of the

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Carsten Wilke

hitherto prevented schism were no longer at work, yet an irrational fear of division subsisted and, according to Löw’s anonymous polemic, this fear was the major obstacle that prevented Hungarian Jewry from coping with the needs of modernity. Caricaturing Meisel’s approach, Löw insists upon the idea that the cleavage cannot be talked away as in the Biblical verse “They dress the wound of my people as though it were not serious. ‘Peace, peace,’ they say when there is no peace” (Jeremiah 6:14 NIV). Löw compares “the ardent battle between Orthodox and Reformers” Löw, Die

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Elisabeth Kovtiak

used to have in her house ”, tells O. from Ukraine “ Look! We used to have exactly the same painting in the living room when I was younger . I considered buying it but I have to think if I really want it . At least , I am going to take a picture of it to have it as a memory ”, tells P. from Russia. For those who are reflectively nostalgic Boym (2007 , 13-14) distinguished between two types of nostalgia: restorative and reflective. As restorative nostalgia aims to bring features of the past epoch to the present and to restore or rebuild the previous order of

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Xiao Hu

cave temples and murals were built in ancient China across 10 dynasties (from the 4th to the 14th century A.D.). Classic murals account for more than 4000 m 2 depicting several themes during the time, including culture, religion, economics, and daily dresses. Dunhuang heritage is of exceptionally high value in historical, cultural, artistic, and religious terms. 1.1 The e-Dunhuang digital library E-Dunhuang http://www.e-dunhuang.com was released to the public by the Dunhuang Academy in China in May 2016 as an online, permanent archive of digital resources of

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Tatiana Podolinská

Europe since the middle of the 19th century. In the political and, unfortunately, in the scientific discourse as well, we face forced (nonnatural) ethnicization of the categories “Romahood”, Rom/a and the Roma nation. From this point of view, the traditional (modern) type of ethnicity (based on traditional definitions of the nation) is often intentionally overcommunicated. Likewise, we can encounter intentional undercommunication of this topic. Both ethnicization (excessive accentuation of the ethnic perspective) and de-ethnicization (its intentional