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Archaeologiai Értesítő
Authors:
László Domboróczki
,
Anna Budek
,
László Daróczi-Szabó
,
Małgorzata Kaczanowska
,
Tomasz Kalicki
,
Edyta Kłusakiewicz
,
Janusz K. Kozłowski
,
Angela Kreuz
,
Péter Pomázi
,
Michał Wasilewski
, and
Zsuzsanna K. Zoffmann

. B ánffy , E szter – O ross , K risztián 2010 The Earliest and Earlier Phase of the LBK in Transdanubia . In: G ronenborn , D. – P etrasch , J. (Hrsg.): Die Neolithisierung Mitteleuropas. The Spread of the Neolithic to

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Archaeologiai Értesítő
Authors:
Małgorzata Kaczanowska
,
Janusz K. Kozłowski
, and
Michał Wasilewski

. M arton , T ibor – O ross , K risztián 2009 Reconstructing Space in a Familiar World: The Formation of Late LBK Settlements in Central Transdanubia . In: K ozlowski , J . K. (ed.): Interactions between Different Models

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The following paper complements the study “K. Oross-T. Marton: Neolithic burials of the Linearbandkeramik settlement at Balatonszárszó and their European context” (DOI: 10.1556/AArch.63.2012.2.1.)

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(Die Slowakei in der älteren und mittleren Steinzeit). Bratislava. Bickle, P. - Whittle, A. 2013 The first farmers of Central Europe. Diversity in LBK lifeways. Oxford

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In addition to several thousand archaeological features, forty-three settlement burials were also uncovered on the LBK site at Balatonszárszó-Kis-erdei-dűlő. The majority of the crouched inhumation burials came to light from the uppermost level of the settlement’s refuse pits. The study offers a detailed assessment of the settlement’s Neolithic burials together with the examination of possible patterns in the mortuary rites, as well as an overview of the culture’s graves and mortuary practices in the western half of the Carpathian Basin, i.e. in Hungary and Slovakia. The findings are compared to the treatment of the dead in other regions of the LBK distribution in Europe in order to identify possible local traditions in the light of similarities with and divergences from the general patterns in the mortuary rites practiced by LBK communities.

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Magyarországon 2001 . Budapest, 5 – 29 . J ohn , J an 2011 Status of Spondylus Artifacts within the LBK Grave Goods . In: I fantidis , F. – N ikolaidou

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Archaeologiai Értesítő
Authors:
Katalin T. Biró
,
Judit Regenye
,
Sándor Puszta
, and
Edit Thamóné Bozsó

. Mateiciucova, I. 2008 Talking Stones: The Chipped Stone Industry in Lower Austria and Moravia and the Beginnings of the Neolithic in Central Europe (LBK), 5700–4900 BC. Dissertationes Archaeologicae Brunensis Pragensesque. Brno 4, 1

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, households, activity zones in the Post-LBK world. Results of the raw material analysis of the chipped stone tools at Polgár-Csőszhalom, Northeast Hungary . Open Archaeology 2 , 346 – 367

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A kerámiaedények formázásának technológiai vizsgálata: Áttekintés a módszertan alapjairól és alkalmazásáról

Technological analysis of ceramic fashioning: A review of the methodological basis and their application

Archaeologiai Értesítő
Author:
Solnay Eszter

1604. Oxford . Kreiter , Attila – Marton , Tibor – Gomart , Louise – Oross , Krisztián – Pánczél , Péter 2017 Looking into houses: analysis of LBK ceramic technological change on a household level – Regard à l’intérieur des maisonnées: une

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