The main body of the book covers the complete investigation of three archaeological sites – Pomáz, Kisnána, and Nyírbátor – and a historical study of the owner families (with a genealogy) of these noble residences; followed by a collection of methods designed to be complete. This intends to summarise what can be known about the functions of and lifestyle in residential sites, and to explain how archaeology can contribute to the study of their social context. The question of how medieval noblemen lived has mainly been investigated only in the case of fortified sites. Although examples (like the manor of Pomáz or the site at Nyírbátor) provide evidence that even aristocratic families could have their residence in non-fortified buildings, scholars have only gradually realised the existence and importance of such noble dwellings.
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Kiadás éve: 2006
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