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mt_ignoreGood news for our electronic Libraries: the Proceedings from the Fifth International Topical Conference Origin of Europeans is coming out week by week (paper by paper) on the Korenine Website. Some interesting papers (especially from Ph. D. Mihael Budja) will now be available also in electronic PDF form. Download & study!

Dobra novica za naše elektronske knjižnice: zbornik pete medn. konference Izvor Evropejcev je na spletni strani Korenine pričel izhajati tedensko (prispevek za prispevkom). Tako bodo na voljo številni zanimivi prispevki (še posebej prispevek našega priznanega arheologa Mihaela Budja) v elektronski PDF obliki. Prenesite si in preučujte!


Karni in Veneti
On wednesday, 19th November 2008 a presentation of dr. Andrej Rant\'s book Karni in Veneti will be held at SSK (Svetovni slovenski kongres, Cankarjeva ul. 1/IV, Ljubljana). See image for the synopsis.
V sredo, 19. 11. 2008 bo ob 18.00h na sedežu SSK (Svetovni slovenski kongres, Cankarjeva ul. 1/IV, Ljubljana)  predstavitev knjige dr. Andreja Ranta Karni in Veneti. Vljudno vabljeni! (Glejte sliko za opis knjige).

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On Continuitas a new interesting paper by F. Benozzo was just published (here is the link to the full paper).
In the frame of the most recent ethnolinguistic research this article studies the occurrences for ‘dream’, ‘dreamer’, and ‘to dream’ in the European dialects, pointing out the existence of beliefs and conceptions that find their root in a prehistoric motivation. The author studies in particular the incidence of words indifferently used with the following meanings: 1) ‘to dream’ / ‘to heal’ / ‘to sing - to compose poems’; 2) ‘dream’ / ‘recovery’ / ‘music - poem’; 3) ‘dreamer’ / ‘medicine man’ / ‘musician – poet’. Thanks to the epistemologically renewed frame offered by the Paleolithic Continuity Theory (PCT) it is possible to connect these words to an original semantic field belonging to the Palaeo-Mesolithic European shamanism and to the related Medieval traditions connected with the ritual known as incubatio.