User talk:Derzsi Elekes Andor

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Commons Deletion Request: File:Csíki sör a II. Budapesti Székely Bálon (1).JPG[edit]

Csíki sör

The label designs are copyrighted, making this a derivative work of a non-free subject. ɱ (talk) 00:29, 12 March 2015 (UTC)

So I can't read Hungarian, but Google Translate is somewhat helpful; it looks like you can speak or at least read English based on your response? The photo depicts labels with designs that are currently under copyright. That means all photos of beer bottles should theoretically be nominated for deletion (there may be a few scarce exceptions). Similarly, photographs of other food and beverage items' packaging are deleted all the time on Wikimedia Commons, please see Commons:Deletion requests/File:Confectioners-sugar.jpg, among others.--ɱ (talk) 21:33, 12 March 2015 (UTC)

Today, on the 13th of March, 2015 Csíki Manufaktúra Corporation gave permission as required by User:Ɱ and sent an e-mail containing this statement to wikipedia. Please close the proceedings. Derzsi Elekes Andor

Szentgyörgyvölgy cow - 5500 B.C.[edit]

Szentgyörgyvölgy cow - 5500 B.C.
Sky Hieroglyph on the Hungarian Saint Crown

Székely writing Székely writing is of neolitic origin, having its signs as the most authentic representations of the neolitic sign collection of the Puszta belt. Tags: Hieroglyphs writings signs Hungarian Hierogliphic Writing Géza Varga Puszta belt Sources: Varga, Géza: Hungarian history as you like it Írástörténeti Kutatóintézet, Budapest, 2010 ISBN: 978-963-06-8877-2 Székely írás A székely írás a kőkori eredetű, széles körben elterjedt jelkészlet mai képviselője. A magyar hieroglif írás a székely írással rokon, de szójeleket alkalmazó írás. Varga Géza Így írtok ti magyar őstörténetet Írástörténeti Kutatóintézet, Budapest, 2010 ISBN: 978-963-06-8877-2 Címkék: magyar hieroglif írás székely írás Varga Géza Forrás: 25. Varga, Géza; Így írtok ti magyar őstörténetet Irástudományi Kutatóintézet,Budapest, 2010 ISBN: 978-963-06-8877-2