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The word pelmen came into Russian from Finno-Ugric languages, like Udmurt. Literally means bread-ear. https://twitter.com/minardi_f1_man/status/1280994572806610946
There's a monument to a pelmeni in Russia's Udmurtia region. It's 3 metres, and the pelmen'/dumpling itself is made of stone.
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Been learning more about #jewellery over the last few months, and this article by @V_and_A offers a great summary & a condensed history of jewellery https://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/a-history-of-jewellery