Frog, for instance, has presented a novel view of earlier Finno-Ugrian
mythology, interpreting it as very male-dominated.
The area seems to have been settled between the sixth and thirteenth centuries AD by Finno-Ugrian
tribes who then formed the modern Udmurts, Besermians, Mari and Komi.
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Moreover, neither of these states has the cultural proximity to any EU member state that Estonians have as part of the Finno-Ugrian
The two leading literary societies, Finnish and Swedish, each publish important scholarly series on the country's dual Finno-Ugrian
and Nordic heritages respectively.
The lady-bird is associated with the Finno-Ugrian
god Ukko 'the Old Man', in Frisian with the elf Puken 'puck', in Southern Italy with the elf Monachello, in Rumanian with Paparuga and 'witch' and in Greek with the Moira.
Revisiting Indreko's Culture Historical Model: "Origin and Area of Settlement of the Finno-Ugrian
people living in the Kama River basin brought wilderness goods from north-eastern Europe to the south, forming a distinctive Permic culture area in the course of their economic activity.
Julius Magiste's monumental "Estnisches etymologisches Worterbuch" remained unfinished because of the death of the author, but Finno-Ugrian
Society in Helsinki published the manuscript of it in 1983 in twelve volumes (EEW).
The poet maintains that "Memorial Poem" is "simply a monologue, akin to the `personal song' found in Finno-Ugrian
folk-poetry," which "recounts her life story from birth to the very moment of the narration, including the small trivia of everyday life and momentous events alike.
37) But then, the appearance of the words in contact with Slavic and Finno-Ugrian
2002 [unpublished], Sdpmelas ja muita omaperaisia sanaselityksia [Presentation handout delivered at meeting of the Finno-Ugrian
Society, Helsinki, 15.
They resulted in founding the scholarly Finno-Ugrian
Society in 1883 (Salminen 2003, 43 f; 2008, 10 ff.
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The Quasquicentennial of the Finno-Ugrian
Society, Helsinki (MSFOu 258), 95-107.