publication . Thesis . 2017

Arheoloogiliste ja folkloorsete allikate kooskasutusvõimalused: inimjäänused märgaladel

Kama, Pikne;
Open Access Estonian
  • Published: 05 May 2017
  • 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 research has focused on the material remains from the past; the folklorists, however, study the information that has mainly been passed on orally. When the academic interest lies in the past culture as a whole, the use of different sources will grant richer and more comprehensive knowledge. The case-study of thesis that is covering the material from Estonia is analysing the information about origin of an...
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