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32 research outcomes, page 2 of 4
  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Audrone Bliujiene; Valdas Steponaitis; Egidijus Satavicius; Gytis Grizas;
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    Country: Lithuania

    The paper aims to define the structure of the population of a relatively small East Lithuanian Barrow Cemeteries culture territory and the causes that could have predetermined the emergence of the rich inter-regional warrior elite graves and their rather abrupt disappea...

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  • publication . Thesis . 2017
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Laidla, Janet;
    Country: Estonia

    For a historian the early modern chronicle is most commonly a historical source – good or bad, reliable or untrustworthy. Based on this information the historian decides how much he or she can use the events recorded and historical figures described in the chronicle to ...

  • publication . Thesis . 2017
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Kama, Pikne;
    Country: Estonia

    It is quite natural that different sources from the past pass on different information. The current thesis studies how the archaeological and folkloristic information relate to each other and what are the possibilities to use theses as a combined. Archaeological researc...

  • publication . Thesis . 2016
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Esse, Liisi;
    Country: Estonia

    The 100th anniversary from the outbreak of the First World War (WWI) has increased the number of academic studies dedicated to the war both in Western Europe as well as in Estonia and elsewhere in Eastern Europe, where it was heretofore rather known as the “forgotten wa...

  • publication . Article . 2016
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Iivi Zajedova;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The tradition of Estonians’ cultural festivals is a rich topic and may be considered profoundly distinctive for Estonian people. It is a unique way of maintaining and advancing the traditions of national heritage through a variety of activities. Since after World War II...

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  • publication . Thesis . 2015
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Pärnamaa, Tanel;
    Publisher: Tartu Ülikool
    Country: Estonia

    Selle töö eesmärgiks on treenida statistiline masin ehk algoritm, mis on võimeline pilte eesti keeles kirjeldama. Vastav mudel oleks kasulik nii pildiotsingul kui ka nägemisvaegustega inimestele navigeerimisel. Eesti keel on morfoloogiliselt rikas (palju käändeid ja pöö...

  • publication . Article . 2014
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Pavel Limerov;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The article compares the biography of St. Stephen of Perm, written by Epiphanius the Wise, with the stories about the miracle maker Stephen known in Komi folklore. The author explores the influences of Russian culture on Permian (Komi) culture by mediation of St. Stephe...

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  • publication . Article . 2014
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Marta Kurkowska-Budzan;
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    Country: Poland

    In most of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, oral history was initiated in the circles of dissidents in the 1980s. Memories of the politically marginalised or persecuted citizens were the source of insights into uncensored versions of recent past. Therefore t...

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  • publication . Article . 2014
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Ranus Sadikov;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The tradition of the Udmurts beyond the River Kaama includes the following supernatural creatures that protect houses and outbuildings: korkakuzjo, or the cottage guardian, gulbech taka - the cottage guardian, who appears in the shape of a ram and lives in the cellar, g...

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  • publication . Article . 2014
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Mihkel Niglas;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The Aranda tribe living in central Australia is one of the biggest and best studied. Relatively much is known of their cosmogony, anthropology and reincarnation concepts, while little is known about what specific people believed. Some of the first researchers were W. B....

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