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recently explored sites it seems worthwhile to give a new assessment of the burial customs and chronological considerations of the funerary record ( Fig. 1 ). Fig. 1 Map of the sites and locations mentioned in the text. 1: Adaševci; 2: Alsónyék; 3: Atenica

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Jelen tanulmány a Bonyhádtól (Tolna megye) északra fekvő Szöcske-szántók dűlőben talált kora avar korra keltezhető, viszonylag gazdag melléklettel bíró sírnak és mellékleteinek a leírását tartalmazza. A temetkezés idejét a sírból előkerült leletek alapján a kora avar korra, a 6. század végére – 7. század elejére lehet tenni. A leletegyüttesben a tarsolyzáróként szolgáló egykori bizánci füstölőhöz tartozó elem és az ezüstcsésze a Balkán bizánci térségéből, egy kirabolt templom felszereléséből származhat és egy olyan személy leletegyütteséhez tartozhatott, aki maga is részt vett az avarok balkáni hadjárataiban, vagy ilyen személyekkel kapcsolatban állt.

Presented and discussed here is a burial with a relatively rich array of grave goods dating from the Early Avar period found in an area known as Szöcske-szántók lying north of Bonyhád (County Tolna). On the testimony of the finds recovered from the burial, the grave can be assigned to the Early Avar period, to the late 6th–early 7th century. An element taken from a Byzantine censer that was repurposed to serve as a purse clasp and the silver bowl obviously originated from a looted church in Byzantium’s Balkanic province and were the possessions of a person who had participated in the Avars’ Balkanic campaigns or who had contact with these individuals.

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numbered continuously, the numbers of the graves and the grave ditches are the numbers given to the features at the excavations. The graves were not given new numbers in the publication. Characters A-B-C are added to the numbers if the burials were in

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Syro-Palestinian coast, suggesting that its production centre lay in this region, possibly on the southern Levantine coast, its core distribution. Very often, these pendants are recovered from burials. Although juglet pendants have a greater

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Orthopterologie e.V . 15 ( 2000 ) 167 – 177 . K ulcsár 1998 V. K ulcsár : A Kárpát-medencei szarmaták temetkezési szokásai (The burial rite

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Central European Geology
Authors: Ádám Bede, Roderick B. Salisbury, András István Csathó, Péter Czukor, Dávid Gergely Páll, Gábor Szilágyi, and Pál Sümegi

Studies. An Environmental and Archaeological Multiproxy Study of Burial Mounds in the Eurasian Steppe Zone . British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2238, Archaeopress , Oxford , pp. 71 – 131

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migration, it is suggested that the carbonaceous material records the maximum temperature reached during burial, and the large pyrite crystals grew in the course of the uplift following oil migration to the reservoir. There are several subsequent

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Sideritic—kaolinitic and green clay layers were previously reported from the Mecsek Mountains (SW Hungary) as indicators of Tethyan volcanism in the otherwise germanotype Middle Triassic succession. The aim of the present study is to provide a review and a critical re-evaluation of the previously published data on both the sideritic—kaolinitic layers (the so-called “Mánfa Siderite”) and the green clay layers. New results of mineralogical investigation of the green clay layers are also presented. The Middle Triassic volcanic origin of the “Mánfa Siderite” cannot be confirmed. In addition to a possible volcanic contribution, the sideritic—kaolinitic layers were probably formed in a freshwater swamp under humid, tropical climatic conditions, whereby weathering in an organic-rich, acidic environment led to the formation of “underclays” and siderite in the coal-bearing formations of Late Triassic to Early Jurassic age. These layers were probably tectonically placed over Middle Triassic carbonates. The illitic green clay layers intercalated in the Middle Triassic dolostone may represent terrigenous deposits, and the illite mineralogy probably is the result of burial diagenesis of detrital clays.

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4291/2010. számú ügyben.] http://www.ajbh.hu [Hungarian] 8 Government decree No. 145/1999 (X. 1.) regarding law No. 43 of 1999 on cemeteries and on burial procedures

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Csaba Bence Farkas, Dávid Petrétei, Gergely Babinszky, Gábor Dudás, Gergő Szabó, Csaba Bognár, and Márta Jäckel

cemeteries and burials. [145/1999. (X. 1.) kormányrendelet a temetőkről és a temetkezésről szóló 1999. évi XLIII. törvény végrehajtásáról.] Available from: http://njt.hu/cgi_bin/njt_doc.cgi?docid=41752

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