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  • Anders, AlexandraNagy, Emese Gyöngyvér 2019 Making the invisible visible. Expressing gender in mortuary practices in north-eastern Hungary in the 5th millennium BCE. In: Koch, JKKirleis, W. (eds): Gender Transformations in Prehistoric and Archaic Societies. Scales of Transformations in Prehistoric and Archaic Societies 6. Leiden, 183203.

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  • Appleby, Jo 2011 Bodies, burials and ageing: Accessing the temporality of old age in prehistoric societies. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 30:3, 231246. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0092.2011.00367.x

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  • Appleby, Jo 2018 Grandparents in the Bronze Age? In: Lillehammer, G.Murphy, E. (eds): Across the Generations: The Old and the Young in Past Societies. The Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past – Monograph 8. AmS-Skrifter 26. Stavanger, 4960.

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  • Bickle, PennyFibiger, Linda 2014 Ageing, childhood and social identity in the Early Neolithic of Central Europe. European Journal of Archaeology 17:2, 208228. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1179/1461957114Y.0000000052

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  • Fülöp, Kristóf 2016 Különleges késő bronzkori gyermeksír és miniatűr edénykészlete (A special Late Bronze Age child grave and its miniature vessel set). Tisicum – A Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok megyei múzeumok évkönyve 2, 121131.

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  • Gucsi, LászlóSzabó, Nóra 2018 Examination and possible interpretations of a Middle Bronze Age structured deposition. Dissertationes Archaeologicae 3/6, 217285. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17204/dissarch.2018.217

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  • Lillehammer, Grete 1989 A child is born. The child’s world in an archaeological perspective. Norwegian Archaeological Review 22, 89105. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00293652.1989.9965496

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  • Király, ÁgnesKoós, Judit 2013 Gondolatok a késő bronzkori antropomorf agyagplasztikáról (előadás). Őskori művészet – Művészet az őskorban, Őskoros kutatók VIII. összejövetele, Déri Múzeum, Debrecen 2013. 10. 1618.

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  • Koncz, IstvánSzilágyi, Márton 2017 Az identitás régészetének elméleti alapjai (Theoretical foundations of the archaeology of identity). Archaeologiai Értesítő 142, 193215. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1556/0208.s2017.142.7

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  • Murphy, EileenLe Roy, Mélie 2017 Introduction: Archaeological Children, Death and Burial. In: Murphy, EMLe Roy, M. (eds): Children, Death and Burial: Archaeological Discourses. The Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past – Monograph 5. Oxford, 118.

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  • Pany-Kucera, DorisSpannagl-Steiner, MichaelaWaltenberger, LukasParson, WaltherStrobl, ChristinaRendl, BarbaraJanker, LukasKanz, FabianRebay-Salisbury, Katharina 2020 Social Relations, Deprivation and Violence at Schleinbach, Lower Austria. Insights from an Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Early Bronze Age Human Remains. Archaeologia Austriaca 104, 1352. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1553/archaeologia104s13

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  • Rácz, ZsófiaSzeniczey, Tamás 2018 Beloved successors, young fiancées? Children graves of the 6th-8th century cemeteries of Kölked (South-West Hungary) (előadás). 11th Annual International Conference Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past, Natural History Museum, Wien, Austria, 20–22 September 2018.

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  • Rebay-Salisbury, Katharina 2018 Personal Relationships between Co-buried Individuals in the Central European Early Bronze Age. In: Lillehammer, G.Murphy, E. (eds): Across the Generations: The Old and the Young in Past Societies. The Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past – Monograph 8. AmS-Skrifter 26. Stavanger, 3548.

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  • Siklósi, Zsuzsanna 2013 Traces of Social Inequality during the Late Neolithic in the Eastern Carpathian Basin. Dissertationes Pannonicae IV/3. Budapest.

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  • Szeverényi, VajkPásztókai-Szeőke, JuditSiklósi, Zsuzsanna Kiss, Viktória 2020 Changing femininities and masculinities between the Neolithic and Early Roman Period in Hungary: A review. In: Bistáková, A.Březinová, G.Ramsl, PC (eds): Multiple Identities in Prehistory, Early History and Presence. Archaeologica Slovaca Monographiae – Communicationes 24. Bratislava, 3147.

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0,104
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2020  
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2019  
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Archeology (arts and humanities) 186/278 (Q3)
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