Due to its colour and slaty cleavage the material has been erroneously named the green slate of Aunus, Olonetz, Aanisjarvi or Onega
in archaeological literature (e.
, for instance, shows how the chapter division of The House of Doctor Dee corresponds to the arrangement of the four elements in the hieroglyphic monads (52) an esoteric symbol invented by John Dee to signify the unity of the universe.
One feature was common in these articles: one wanted to show that the natural history of East Karelia as a whole was similar to that of Finland, and that these two areas belonged together, especially when compared to actual Russia beyond Onega
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Roland Barthes, 'Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narratives', in Narratology: An Introduction, edited by Susan Onega
and Jose Angel Garcia Landa (New York: Longman, 1996), p.
This narrative structure greatly predetermines the emotional effect of a film (Bal, 1985; Onega
& Landa Garcia, 1996)--an indication of the complementary connection between psychology and film theory (e.
Farwell (1996); Susan Onega
(1996); Elizabeth Langland (1997); and Bente Gade (1999).
INADI continued to study the case of Buenos Aires city government legislator Mirta Onega
, who was caught on tape in 2004 using pejorative language in referring to a subordinate Jewish employee.
For centuries, if not millennia, the small, outstretched Kizhi Island in Lake Onega
has attracted attention.
The first report of a natural occurrence was in 1992 from shungite, found as inclusions in diabase, in the Lake Onega
region of Karelian, Russia.
Deglaciation chronology of the Scandinavian ice sheet from the Lake Onega
basin to the Salpausselka end moraines.
In 1786 Gascoigne was in Russia setting up the imported machinery at the Alexandrovski cannon works at Petrozavodsk on Lake Onega