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Methodological and interpretational problems in the dating of 6–7th centuries AD on the Great Hungarian Plain•

Comments to Sándor Gulyás, Csilla Balogh, Antónia Marcsik and Pál Sümegi: Simple calibration versus Bayesian modeling of archeostatigraphically controlled 14 C ages in an early Avar age cemetery from SE Hungary: results, advantages, pitfalls

A Kr. u. 6–7. századkeltezésének módszertani és értelmezési problémái az Alföldön•

Megjegyzések Sándor Gulyás–Csilla Balogh–Antónia Marcsik–Pál Sümegi: Simple calibration versus Bayesian modeling of archeostatigraphically controlled 14 C ages in an early Avar age cemetery from SE Hungary: results, advantages, pitfalls című tanulmányához
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Zsuzsanna Siklósi
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Gábor Lőrinczy

are confident that the burial sequence given in the model is a sequence supported by stratigraphy. However, no archaeological evidence has been presented for this, and given the system of Avar cemeteries, we have strong doubts that information is

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A Keszthely-Kultúra Ma

The Keszthely Culture Today

Archaeologiai Értesítő
Author:
Róbert Müller

lovassírjai (Horse burials of the Avar cemetery at Zamárdi) . In: Kovács L . – Révész L . (szerk.): Népek és kultúrák a Kárpát-medencében. Tanulmányok Mesterházy Károly tiszteletére . Budapest , 2016 , 271 – 286 . Glaser , Franz 2002

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. Kiss , A ( 1977 ). Avar cemeteries in County Baranya . Cemeteries of the Avar Period (568–829) in Hungary 2 . Budapest

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: From Arthrosis to Necrosis: Many, many pathological chickens from the Avar cemetery at Vienna Csokorgasse, Austria . In: Care or Neglect? Evidence of Animal Disease in Archaeology. Proceedings of the Animal Palaeopathology Working Group of the

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, the loss of a shield was an unforgivable offence. 41 Halfmoon-shaped punched decoration appears in large numbers in finds from the Avar cemetery of Csákbererény-Orondpuszta: the belt ends from grave 154 (257, Taf. 14; 308, Taf. 63), grave 397 (278, Taf

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