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Jelen tanulmány a balatonszemes–szemesi-bereki temető sírleleteinek háromszintű (viselet, viseleti elem, készítéstechnológia) elemzésének az eredményeire épül, amelyek alapján az antik, késő római, barbár és germán hagyományok 5. századi továbbélésével, átalakulásával és a korszak újításaival foglalkozik.

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The Somogyszil cemetery had become known in 1964, when a local resident reported the finds. The site was excavated by Balázs Draveczky uncovering 148 late Roman graves up to 1968. The whole cemetery was published in 1979 by Alice Sz. Burger. Our research agenda focuses on the spatial organization of the burial grounds used by the province’s rural population as well as on burial customs (funerary rites, grave and burial types), chronology and the mapping of local and non-local tendencies. During the critical re-assessment of the cemetery, we have found that the establishment and use of this late Roman burial ground could be connected to a heterogeneous community.

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