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40 research outcomes, page 3 of 4
  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Rein Saukas;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    Matthias Johann Eisen (1857-1934), the grand old man of folklore collecting in Estonia, published five books. While compiling the first of these, named Eesti rahva mõistatused [The Riddles of Estonian Folk] (1890), during the years 1887-1888, M. J. Eisen organised an in...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Brigitte Bönisch-Brednich;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The English version of this article cf. Folklore. An Electronic Journal of Folklore 2002, vol. 20.

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Anna-Leena Siikala;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    Folklorists have long been aware that place names hold the memory of historically significant people and events. The landscape laden with inherited meanings is marked by names and objects and recreated constantly by narration functions as the map of historical memory in...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Ülle Sillasoo;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    One of the characteristics of the 15th–16th-century pre-Reformation sacral art in southern central Europe, as well as in the Netherlands and Italy, is the multitude of natural plant depictions. Depending on the artists and subjects of paintings, plant depictions could, ...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Rainer Wehse;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    Teesid: Kasitlen Saksamaa ja saksakeelse kultuuriruumi kontekstis rahvajutuja narratiiviuurimise olukorda kogu rahvaluuleteaduse taustal kuni paradigmamuutuseni 1970. aastatel. Koigepealt analuusin rahvaparimuse uurimisega kaasnevat gnoseoloogilist arutelu. Tekstile ja ...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Anu Korb;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The article explores the use of folk healing methods in the mixed Estonian and Finnish lore group (called virulased), who have settled in the village of Ryzhkovo. The village was established around 1803 as an ethnically mixed Lutheran settlement in West Siberia. The mat...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Raivo Kalle;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The paper gives an overview of six plants, naturalized in Estonia: butterbur (Petasites hybridus), chicory (Cichorium intubus), elecampane inula (Inula helenium), horseradish (Armoracia rusticana), soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) and sweet violet (Viola odorata).The ap...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Kärt Summatavet;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The article explores the problems which emerged in professional art education during the 20th century in order to explain the reasons for the unpopularity of artistic creation dealing with local visual identity in Estonia in the last decade of the century. The article a...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Sille Kapper;
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    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The article presents a selection of contemporary theories and methods of ethnochoreology. The selection was made based on the present reality of research into Estonian dance, which is currently at its very beginning. The need to bring into play recent theoretical and me...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Estonian
    Authors:
    Vladimir Sazonov;
    Publisher: Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum

    The current short but very important Sumerian literary text, which was written in the Sumerian language at the end of the reign of Ur III (2112–2004 BCE) or at the beginning of the Isin-Larsa epoch (ca 21st or 20th century BCE), consists of only 33 lines.The temple of T...

40 research outcomes, page 3 of 4