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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY E-JOURNAL • 2017 Winter 49 the ‘chamber’ was covered with stone slabs (as at Castel Trosino) .20 Most graves contained dug-out log coffins.21 A few burials yielded the remains of plank coffins, reflecting a cultural background with different funerary customs. The good soil conditions in Szólád also offered a unique and excellent opportunity for documenting wooden ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum

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chaeological research. Household archaeology usually takes as a starting point the spatial arrangement of features such as pits and traces of houses. Late Copper Age and Baden sites typically show no traces of houses, which means . that these spatial relations cannot serve as a basis for study. Therefore, one must take a reversed approach in order to establish the smallest identifiable social ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - ResearchGate

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY E-JOURNAL • 2012 WINTER Bronze Age Landscapes in the Benta Valley – Research on the Hinterland of Bronze Age Centres 4 by several pits and post-holes (Figs 6–7 ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - btk.ppke.hu

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY www.hungarianarchaeology.hu ARCHAEOLOGICAL DATA ON THE HISTORY OF AVARS IN THE REGION BETWEEN THE DANUBE AND TISZA RIVERS Boglárka Mészáros This work of Csilla Balogh is the first comprehensive summary of the material culture of the Early Avar Period in the Carpathian Basin for a long time. Most recently, a work of this kind was published in 2005 from the pen of Lívia ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY www.hungarianarchaeology.hu Attila Türk – Gábor Lőrinczy – Antónia Marcsik Edited by Gábor Lőrinczy and Attila Türk Archaeological and Scientific Data on the 10th Century History of the Western Side of the Mouth of the Maros River Studia ad Archaeologiam Pazmaniensia Vol. 4. Hungarian Academy of Sciences Research Centre for the Humanities Thematic Group for ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Hungarian archaeology, because with that national scale, uniform, and systematic surveys for archaeological site identification came to a standstill. Thereafter, although without any unified methodological and spatial framework, it was primarily pre-investment field surveys and various local research programs that provided possibilities for topographical investigations. Nevertheless, due to ...

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HUNGARIAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CENTRAL AND ...

HUNGARIAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CENTRAL AND ...

tion of all research on pre-Islamic times in certain islamic lands). As for Hungar­ ian archaeology, it represented always a relatively refreshing island in the turbu­ lence of nationalism. Namely when Hungarian archaeologists were theoretically in position to provide a place for ideological influences (unti1944/45)l the, y kept a

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - ResearchGate

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - ResearchGate

1 Senior research fellow, Institute of Archaeology, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences 2 The detailed study will be published in the next issue of the periodical ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY www.magyarregeszet.hu. HUARIA ARCHAEOOY E-JOURA 2016 SPRI A. Scsnyi-Nagy B.G. Mende • New trends of archaeogenetic research in the Institute of Archaeology 2 remains crude in the research of population genetic events and population histories. Beside the random sequencing approach, variants of NGS have been developed that are targeted at the investigation of a mass ...

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A short guide to archaeological work in Hungary

A short guide to archaeological work in Hungary

A short guide to archaeological work in Hungary Zsolt Magyar, PhD student, University of Pécs, Hungary How archaeology is organised in Hungary….. Hungarian heritage law gives automatic protection to all buried deposits and buildings predating 1711 (the end date of the War of Independence by Ferenc Rákóczi II). In urban sites building remains are protected up to 1900. Development that ...

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HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - DiVA portal

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY - DiVA portal

HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY E-JOURNAL • 2015 AUTUMN László Bartosiewicz • “Every skin teeth aint a laugh”: Medieval leopard find from Hungary 4 a leopard skin.8 The skull of the depicted beast had evidently been removed, only smaller parts holding the teeth may have remained in the skin. The head-part of the leopard skin thus smoothly rests ...

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