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Pokopi, obredi in fragmentirana telesa v prazgodovini
ID Toličič, Ana (Author), ID Budja, Mihael (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Obdobje akeramičnega neolitika na Levantu je obdobje velikih družbenih in gospodarskih sprememb. Za ustvarjanje in ohranjanje socialne kohezije ter uravnavanje družbenega stresa so prebivalci razvili nove oblike pogrebnih praks in kolektivnih ritualov, ki so jim pomagali pri izoblikovanju kolektivne identitete in spomina. Diplomska naloga se ukvarja z rituali, povezanimi s kolektivnimi javnimi prostori in bolj omejenimi konteksti pokopov znotraj hiš. Pri obeh gre za fizično in simbolno povezovanje živih in mrtvih. Obravnavan je tudi odnos med ljudmi, predniki, živalmi in predmeti.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:akeramični neolitik, rituali, Levant, odstranjevanje lobanj, kolektivni spomin, predniki
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2021
Publication date in RUL:06.10.2021
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Burials, rituals and fragmented bodies in prehistory
Abstract:
The Pre-Pottery Neolithic period in the Levant is a period of great social and economic change. To create and maintain social cohesion and manage social stress, inhabitants developed new forms of funeral practices and collective rituals that helped them shape their collective identities and memory. This thesis deals with rituals associated with collective public spaces and the more limited contexts of house burials. Both represent physical and symbolic connections between the living and the dead. The relationship between humans, ancestors, animals and objects is also discussed.

Keywords:Pre-Pottery Neolithic, ritual, Levant, skull removal, collective memory, ancestors

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