Authors:Katalin Sebők, Attila Kreiter and Orsolya Viktorik
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Authors:Ádám Bíró, Péter Langó and Attila Antal Türk
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There are above 1933 Megalithic Iron Age sites across south India; they include burial sites, habitation sites, habitation cum burial sites, Iron Age painting sites, isolated iron smelting localities near a habitation or burial. With the approach of economic archeology and sociotechnic perspective analyzing ceramics, metallurgy, burial monument (builder) and subsistent evidence (considering them as industries) that are found in the Megalithic burials as grave furnishers (The Material Archives Preserved in the Burial Monuments) from the background of Labour, Production and Industry that has economic imprints can be discussed on whether the Megalithic folks were nomadic, semi-settled or settled. This paper is an attempt to make a rough computation on the quantity of output that this culture might have in micro or in macro scale. This helps in understanding two aspects; one: whether they were nomadic, semisettled or settled at one location; two: diffusion versus indigenous development.
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
Authors:G. Cavallaro, D. I. Donato, G. Lazzara and S. Milioto
materials occurred during the burial into the marine environment. In fact, inorganic substrates replace organic matter; phosphate and silicates have been detected into petrified wood and calcium minerals in wood buried in terrestrial region. In our case