Empire. For the comparison, the criteria set out by Mufwene's Founder Principle will be used. The Founder Principle determines key ecological factors in the formation of creole vernaculars, such as the founding populations and their proportion to the
relationships encoded in the patterns of the burial furniture’s composition needs exploring in more detail in order to be able obtain a deeper understanding of the social structures of the population in the southern Pannonian region, but due to the insufficient
.): Reliquiae Gentium. Festschrift für Horst Wolfgang Böhme zum 65 . Geburtstag, Rahden , 429 – 440 . Vida , Tivadar 2009 Local or Foreign Romans? The Problem of the Late Antique Population of the 6th-7th Centuries AD in Pannonia . In: Quast , D
Coins unearthed in the Eraviscus settlement of Lágymányos provide new data to the beginning of Roman coin circulation in Pannonia. Eravisci are the only Celtic tribe that released coins following the Roman standard at the dawning of the Roman conquest of the area. Exact dating and purpose of this coinage are debated up until now since Celtic denarii do not appear on Celtic settlements, so it seems they played no roles in local coin usage. Meanwhile, Roman bronze coins released in the name of Augustus occur in indigenous settlements. The presence of these Roman bronze coins in the indigenous population in the times of the Iulio-Claudian dynasty prove the existence of relations between the military appearing in the area at that time and the local population.
Békésszentandrás-Fabó-tanyán egy késő szarmata sírba temetett nő fején négy szarmata érmet viselt fejdíszként, holdsarlót és csillagokat mintázó hátlappal. Az ilyen vereteket már korábban is amulettként interpretálta a tudomány, amely összhangban áll a lunulák elterjedtségével ezen népesség körében. Az együttes külön érdekessége, hogy az eltemetett nő az érmeket a férfiportréval kifelé viselte.
Four perforated Sarmatian coins were uncovered on the forehead of a Sarmatian woman in a late Sarmatian grave at Békésszentandrás-Fabó-tanya. All coins have a crescent moon and stars on their reverses, correlates with the widespread use of lunulae by this population. Fortunately, it was possible to determine that the woman wore the coins with the male portraits facing outwards.
line. After the Ottoman-era depopulation of the settlement, it was repopulated in the first decades of the 18 th century as a result of a wave of migration from the north-western part of the Kingdom of Hungary. The settling Catholic population was
intellectual life, theatres, pluralistic ethos and multicultural population have continuously inspired researchers to explore the reasons for its distinctiveness. It became, for example, the European Capital of Culture in 2013, has the largest gothic cathedral
[Chronicle of the Magyars] . Budapest : Helikon Kiadó – Alexandra Kiadó .
H. Németh, István 2001 Háború és népesség a kora újkori Magyarországon (16–17. század) [War and Population in Early Modern Hungary (16–17th Centuries)] . In Történeti
(1281–1361) are written, was the central dialect of the Volga Bulgars (p. 168). The population of the Volga Bulgars was concentrated south of the Kama and east of the Volga. The VB 3 dialect was spoken in the northern territory of Volga Bulgaria because