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The aim of this article is to compare Estonian burial-related runosongs (regilaul) to archaeological information. I introduce the runosong as a potential source of information about burials to archaeologists and give folklorists a new perspective by addressing the age and practises behind the motifs of runosongs.doi:10.7592/fejf2017.68.kama fatcat:yi3llrwcaveu7oauwyou4kilpy