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She hardly ever hit any sort of mark. She had no proper sense of hunting at all.
Her brother would be often completely disgusted with her. She had seen him smash his hat and yell with fury when he had missed his aim. Miranda, who alone brought down a bird once in twenty rounds, always claimed as her own any game they got when they fired at the same moment. Her brother had the same outfit except his was a sober hickory-nut color. Ordinarily Miranda preferred her overalls to any other dress, though it was making rather a scandal in the countryside, for the year was , and in the back country the law of female decorum had teeth in it.
Her father had been criticized for letting his girls dress like boys and go careering around astride barebacked horses. It was said the motherless family was running down, with the grandmother no longer there to hold it together.
Miranda knew this, though she could not say how. She had met along the road old women of the kind who smoked corncob pipes, who had treated her grandmother with most sincere respect.
She had been brought up in rigorous economy. Wastefulness was vulgar. It was also a sin. Now the ring, shining with the serene purity of fine gold on her rather grubby thumb, turned her feelings against her overalls and sockless feet, toes sticking through the thick brown leather straps. These things were not all she wanted, of course; she had vague stirrings of desire for luxury and a grand way of living which could not take precise form in her imagination, being founded on a family legend of past wealth and leisure.
But these immediate comforts were what she could have, and she wanted them at once. She lagged rather far behind Paul, and once she thought of just turning back without a word and going home. She stopped, thinking that Paul would never do that to her, and so she would have to tell him.
When a rabbit leaped, she let Paul have it without dispute. When she came up with him, he was already kneeling, examining the wound, the rabbit trailing from his hands. He took out his sharp, competent Bowie knife and started to skin the body. He did it very cleanly and quickly. Uncle Jimbilly knew how to prepare the skins so that Miranda always had fur coats for her dolls, for though she never cared much for her dolls, she liked seeing them in fur coats.
The children knelt facing each other over the dead animal. Miranda watched admiringly while her brother stripped the skin away as if he were taking off a glove. The flayed flesh emerged dark scarlet, sleek, firm; Miranda with thumb and finger felt the long fine muscles with the silvery flat strips binding them to the joints. Brother lifted the oddly bloated belly. He slit again and pulled the bag open, and there lay a bundle of tiny rabbits, each wrapped in a thin scarlet veil.
She looked and looked—excited but not frightened, for she was accustomed to the sight of animals killed in hunting—filled with pity and astonishment and a kind of shocked delight in the wonderful little creatures for their own sakes, they were so pretty. She touched one of them ever so carefully. Yet she wanted most deeply to see and to know. Having seen, she felt at once as if she had known all along. A sih-cr fingerrint l-ith or. Jakiri6 in Donja clolir.
Coo-al u'itl. Finds of clecorated fingcrrings madc of precious mctals in southern Llalkans, as ri-ell as t. RC gold ancl sih-er cibjccts becomc increasingll numerolLS s'ith thc appearancc of rich princclr- graves. From the Bcli! A similar- penannulzrr bracelet is knorvn from Bcrcmenclls, but sih. TRL HIir. BC, rvhich can bc connected s'ith a group oi related sites clistributcd bcnveen Lake Balaton and the Sar.
This applics abor. Due to this, it s'ould be best to choosc a representarive site for the group and name the group aftcr it. Iron Age in the area unclet obsen-atic,n.
Thc anah-ses of the prer. The group is clated fi on. Changes rvere documented also in cetamic tbrms. Urc SpAlra The beginning of the group is at the moment presented with dre finds from Banoitor and Sabac, although the question of the relationship with the end of the Dalj and Bosut groups rematns unclear. ZAN , , BC and duting the fitst half of rhe 5,h cent. BC Cllasinac Va Ierlan , B l fron the southeastern Alps to Glasinlc ancl the Danubian Basin5l.
Thesc fibulee atc cttt. On this in vicl. Poitii in Dalj can probablr' be attributecl to thc same horrzon as the trnds from Bcliiie ancl Osi jek. BC6l, although pins of that tr. BC ['. The find tloLn llxnoiror is 1r.. L ,i , Frg. Tat Petroli6 Jr. Horsc harness lrom grave 1 is attdbuted to central European influence, while the bronze zoomorphic harness from horse burial 2 rePrescnts influence from thc Lol'et Danubian basin. The cemetcry is dated to the end of the 5,h and the first half of the 4rh ccnt.
BC66, v'hich is based rn additron to horse harncss on the finds ctf lxorrze Certosa fibulac of q. Petror-ii Jr. The gteatest numbcr of fibulae of q? Petrovii Jr. This horizon rs u,'ell represented bv the rich female grave from Velika, with the burial of a w.
The grave is dated to the mid 4th cent. BCis or the second half of the 4d' cent. BCre, although a number of zoomorphic fibulae and eadv forms of Dux fibulae, as well as bronze bracelets, possibl. BC, whtch shifts the beginning ofthe Eadr. La Tdne influence in southern Pannonia, preriously dated to the second half of the 4th cent.
Xl,lV, LIII, RFII , ,lig. Er Grar. Petfovii Jr' Presents an intcr- ]ertosa esring situation, u,ith a zoomorphic fibula rvith a spiral placed on thc sicle, similar to trbula.
La Tine fibulae aPPcaI on their ou,n. E5 fibuLae oi the Szcntendrc tYpe also belong tcr tl. Soki6, r. BCe6, er.
Grave 13 from the plot of I. Stipanievii can be attributed to the same phase as the hnds ftom Bogdanovci. BC can be dated. At the beginning of thc lest thuJ of the 4m cent. The nvo ritcs rvould probabl,r'bc uscd in parallel fot a litde rvhile longer, but this process which rvas morc intcnse and stronget along important communication routcs lcading through the vallels of thc Sar. The probable continuitt of the popuLation that accepts the new cir.
The cemetelr' has been attributed to the Nfokronog group Nlokronog IIb phase on the basis of the anallsis of female costume. Some finds footed kantharoi, bronze belts composed of l1're shapecl segments indicate intensive connections r-ith thc Scotdisci in eastern Slavonia and Svrmia.
The mention autochthonous heritagc rcptcsents hand made ceramic r. The most common are kantharoi rl,-ith a biconical body ancl tv"'o strap handlcs.