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H. Melchert, C., 2010. Hittite harp(p)- and Derivatives. In J. Klinger, Rieken, E., & Rüster, C., eds. Investigationes Anatolicae. Gedenkschrift für Erich Neu. Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz, pp. 179–188. Available at: [Accessed 2013-12-26].
Trencsenyi, B., 2009. History and Character: Visions of National Peculiarity in the Romanian Political Discourse of the Nineteenth-Century. In D. Mishkova, ed. We, the People: Politics of National Peculiarity in Southeastern Europe. Budapest & New York: CEU Press.
Wortley, john, 2006. How the Desert Fathers “Meditated”. Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, 46, pp.315–328. Available at: [Accessed 28.03.2015AD].
Culbertson, K. et al., 2005. Hidden Treasures: Slavic Manuscript № 15 of the Hilandar Rasearch Library (Columbus, Ohio). Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 29(2), pp.42–48.
Schmidt, M., 2003. House of Terror Museum (Catalogue), Budapest: Public Endowment for Research in Central and East-European History and Society.
Deicks, B., 2000. Heritage, Place and Community, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Hartmannová, D., 2000. Historie československé encyklopedistiky 1945-1995. Národní knihovna, knihovnická revue, 11(2-3), pp.80-88.
Hartmannová, D., 2000. Historie československé encyklopedistiky do roku 1945. Národní knihovna, knihovnická revue, 11(1), pp.15-21.
Avgustinova, T., 1997. An HPSG Approach to the Syntax of Bulgarian Relatives. In U. Junghanns & Zybatow, G., eds. Formale Slavistik. Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert Verlag, pp. 177–191.
Tischler, J., 1990. Hundert Jahre ‘kentum-satem’ Theorie. Indogermanische Forschungen, 95, pp.63–98.


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