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This paper examines the possibility of a correlation between orthodoxy and brick burials, also investigating burials with brick and stone. Among the peoples inhabiting the Carpathian Basin the custom of brick burials had no direct antecedent. Based on our research brick burials seem to have been taken over from the Balkan, while concerning burials with stone the former Upper Hungary played an important role as well. The tradition can be traced back to an antique custom, persistent in orthodoxy, with the purpose of preserving the ephemeral and perishable body for eternity and assuring the deceased’s peace.

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, however, based on the calculation of the MNI of the pig remains, they were the most slaughtered species in the assemblage. The Orosháza-Tesco excavation of the early Árpád Age settlement yielded a similar sized animal bone assemblage as Pereg: even the

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