International Archaeological Reports since 1974

Archaeolingua Central European Series

£44.00
Author:
Eszter Bánffy, English translation by Attila Kreiter and Magdalena Seleanu,
Publication Year:
2013
Language:
English
Paperback:
189pp, Illustrated in colour and black and white
ISBN:
9781407312125
BAR number:
S2584
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series, 7
The growing interest in the cultural dimensions and environmental aspects of the transition to the Neolithic in the 6th millennium BC... More
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Méhtelek
The First Excavated Site of the Méhtelek Group of the Early Neolithic Körös Culture in the Carpathian Basin
£31.00
Author:
by Nándor Kalicz With a contribution by Attila Kreiter and György Szakmány
Publication Year:
2011
Language:
English
Paperback:
132pp, Illustrated throughout
ISBN:
9781407309040
BAR number:
S2321
Sub Title:
The First Excavated Site of the Méhtelek Group of the Early Neolithic Körös Culture in the Carpathian Basin
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series, 6
Méhtelek lies in the easternmost corner of County Szabolcs-Szatmár (Carpathians, eastern Hungary). The importance of this archaeological... More
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£21.00
Author:
Dóra Mérai
Publication Year:
2010
Language:
English
Paperback:
99pp, Illustrated throughout with maps, plans, figures, drawings and photographs in colour and black and white
ISBN:
9781407305554
BAR number:
S2078
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series
The author's main aim in this study is to look at how and within what framework the elements of costume from Ottoman period burials in... More
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£44.00
Author:
Eszter Bánffy and Ida Bognár-Kutzián, English translation by Magdalena Seleanu
Publication Year:
2007
Language:
English
Paperback:
243pp, Includes 204 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs
ISBN:
9781407301747
BAR number:
S1730
Sub Title:
The 1957 Excavation
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series
In 1957, preliminary investigations revealed a major Late Neolithic settlement mound, which also happened to be the northernmost tell... More
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The Social Archaeology of Residential Sites
Hungarian noble residences and their social context from the thirteenth through to the sixteenth century: an outline for methodology
£29.00
Author:
Gábor Virágos
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
159pp, Includes 168 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs.
ISBN:
9781841717968
BAR number:
S1583
Sub Title:
Hungarian noble residences and their social context from the thirteenth through to the sixteenth century: an outline for methodology
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series, 3
This work aims to set up a research agenda to show how archaeology can contribute to an interdisciplinary study of society in the later... More
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£35.00
Author:
Péter Szabó
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
Paperback:
189pp, Includes 69 figures, maps drawings and photographs. Appendices of data
ISBN:
9781841716947
BAR number:
S1348
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series, 2
In this work the author investigates the pre-Turkish Hungarian landscape and describes how medieval woodland functioned. (Particular... More
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Archaeometry 98
Proceedings of the 31st Symposium, Budapest, April 26 - May 3 1998. Volumes I & II
£120.00
Editors:
Erzsébet Jerem and Katalin T. Biró. Assistant editor Edina Rudner.
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
852pp, Fully Illustrated throughout.
ISBN:
9781841714219
BAR number:
S1043
Sub Title:
Proceedings of the 31st Symposium, Budapest, April 26 - May 3 1998. Volumes I & II
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series, 1
Archaeometry 98 is the inaugural title in the Archaeolingua Central European Series. This first title, with its two large and important... More
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