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Interregional Interaction and Socio-Cultural Change in the Third Millennium BC Carpathian Basin and Neighbouring Regions

Main Series 30

Editors: Volker Heyd, Gabriella Kulcsár and Vajk Szeverényi

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English


The meetings of the most significant archaeological association of Europe, the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), provide each year an outstanding opportunity for dialogues between scholars of various countries and backgrounds. At the 16th meeting, held in September 2010 in The Hague, The Netherlands, Volker Heyd, Gabriella Kulcsár and Vajk Szeverényi organized a full-day conference session focusing on interregional contacts and social, economic and cultural change in the third millennium BC in and around the Carpathian Basin. This book was prepared based on the papers given at this session.

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Szerző: Annamária R. Facsády

Archaeolingua, 2013


Ovidius gyakran idézett szavai szerint a szépség ugyan múlandó adomány, a küzdelem késleltetése érdekében több évezredre nyúlik vissza. A rómaiak korában is társadalmi elvárás volt az ápolt és divatos külső - bár a túlzásba vitt „piperézést" elítélték. Hol lehet a határvonalat meghúzni, mikor csap át az „elvárt" ápoltság, elegáns megjelenés nevetségességbe? Milyen mértékben változott a divat? Milyen recepteket állítottak a szépségápolás szolgálatába? Ha a szépség múlandó - honnan van minderről tudomásunk? A kötet célja, hogy a római császárkor - a Kr. u. 1- 4. század - higiéniás és öltözködési szokásairól, a korabeli szépségápolásról, frizuradivatról adjon átfogó képet, az írott források, képi ábrázolások és a tárgyi emlékanyag alapján.


A Római Birodalom egységes kultúrájának bemutatása mellett erős hangsúlyt kapnak az öltözködésben, ékszerviseletben, régészeti leletanyagban megfogható helyi sajátosságok, Pannonia provincia egyedisége is.

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and the relics of the legionary fortress. Guide

Editor: Margit Németh

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English


In the centre of modern Óbuda the Romans constructed a cavalry fort in AD 73, and later in AD 89 they started to build a legionary fortress that existed until the 4became the capital of Lower Pannonia in AD 106. From AD 296 on it was the seat of the military headquarters of Province Valeria organised during the reign of Emperor Diocletian. At that time, Pannonia was strategically one of the most important provinces of the Roman Empire.

The great baths – thermae maiores – of the Aquincum legion are the earliest conserved monuments of Hungary. Their remains were discovered by a house owner from Óbuda in 1778. The ruins were made accessible to visitors by order of Queen Maria Theresia. During the reconstruction of the Árpád Bridge the area of the Baths Museum was enlarged and nearly the entire plan of the monumental baths was revealed. In addition to the Baths Museum, our guide introduces the visitor to the history of the legionary fortress and its other visible remains in Óbuda.

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EAC Occasional Paper 7

Editors: Dirk Callebaut, Jan Mařík and Jana Maříková-Kubková

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English, with abstracts in French and German


Unity in Diversity, the motto of the European Union, has, since World War II, seldom been as relevant as it is today. In these difficult economic times Europe is more and more confronted with the phenomenon that citizens openly stand up for the defence of their national and regional interests. This has put enormous pressure on the process of European integration and the concept of a shared European identity based on the cultures of individual EU member states. Thus, understanding the diversity of European cultural heritage and its presentation to the broadest audience represents a challenge that can be answered by diversified group of scientists, including archaeologists, historians, culturologists, museologists etc. By choosing “Heritage reinvents Europe” as the theme for the 12th EAC colloquium that was held between the 17th–19th March 2011, in the Provincial Heritage Centre in Ename, Belgium, the board of the Europae Archaeologiae Consilium made its contribution to the understanding of the key concept of a shared European identity.

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EAC Occasional Paper 8

Editor: Agneta Lagerlöf

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English, French with abstracts in French


The increasing numbers of reports on tampering with ancient monuments and archaeological materials may reflect more acts of plunder. But it could also reflect a higher incidence of reporting of such acts to competent authorities or a combination of them both. A third solution is of course that acts of plunder are currently deemed more newsworthy than before in our part of the world. And if this is the case, we must ask why has this become important now, and also, how does this influence our understanding of what is happening? The complexity of this problem and the ethical issues it raises require us to examine our view of the archaeological source material and archaeology as a profession in relation to society at large. An international conference took place in Paris 2012 with participants from different European countries. The purpose of the conference was to discuss the kind of measures that need to be taken and what the societal consequences of these may be.

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Archaeologists, publics and stories

Series Minor 33

Editors: Elisabeth Niklasson and Thomas Meier

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English


How do different publics receive and transform archaeologists’ stories? Archaeologistsfrequently – and often disappointingly – realise that their academic results are heavily “misunderstood” and transformed when their stories enter public discourse, even if they themselves have simplified their stories before handing them over to the visitor, listener or reader.


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Main Series 27

Editors: Gergely Buzás and József Laszlovszky

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English


Visegrád stands out among the medieval sites of Hungary and the royal palace complex can be regarded as one of the most important monuments for the artistic and architectural production of the royal court during the period of the late Middle Ages.

The palace was continuously built, altered and enlarged for two hundred years, and emerged as a sophisticated complex of dwelling rooms, spaces of status display, ecclesiastical buildings (royal chapel and Franciscan friary), kitchens, workshops, storage buildings, gardens, loggias, balconies and fountains. Its ruination was also a long process that took three hundred years. The Visegrád Palace was not used by anyone after the Middle Ages, so the later alterations were minimal. Its rediscovery, excavation and reconstruction has been a task of twentieth and twenty-first-century archaeology and heritage protection, and the monument provided an opportunity to study a medieval complex almost undisturbed.


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Main Series 28

Authors: Anthony Harding and Valerii Kavruk

with contributions by Krzysztof Bukowski, Andrea Chiricescu, Richard Brunning, Adela Kovács, Dan Buzea, Marion Uckelmann, Dan Ştefan, Eszter Bánffy, Tomasz Ważny, Ionel Popa, Anca Semeniuc, Gelu Ţiculeanu, Rowena Gale, Nyssa Mildwaters and Steven J. Allen

Archaeolingua, 2013


Language: English


This book presents research on the archaeology of salt in Central and Eastern Europe, based on fieldwork carried out between 2003 and 2012. The authors conducted a detailed examination of sites in several countries, concentrating particularly on an area of northern Transylvania where extensive wooden remains are preserved in salt streams. A hitherto unknown technology for salt production is described; a long series of radiocarbon dates places this production predominantly in the Bronze Age with later phases of activity in the Iron Age and early medieval periods.

The book represents a milestone in salt research. It presents a detailed picture of salt production technology where little such research has previously been carried out; and for the first time it provides clear evidence for the date at which the production occurred. Specialist contributors add detailed information on a range of related topics.

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Weaving Culture in Bronze Age and Iron Age Salt Mines

Gewebte Kultur aus dem bronze- und eisenzeitlichen Salzbergwerk

Main Series 29

Editors: Karina Grömer, Anton Kern, Hans Reschreiter and Helga Rösel-Mautendorfer

Archaeolingua, 2013


The salt mine of Hallstatt is home to more than 700 individual textile fragments, whichmakes it the largest corpus of prehistoric textile finds in Europe (next to the textiles from the Dürrnberg salt mine nearby). This forms a unique treasure for prehistoric research due to its unusual conditions of preservation.

The wide range of still colourful preserved textiles covers the time-span between 1500-400 BC. The textiles shed light on the various developments of textile technology and the combination with the extraordinary context opens a window into the highly complex working processes and resource management of that era.

In recent years, international research projects have been able to provide valuable insights into the beginnings of textile-dyeing and the evolution of fundamental textile techniques, using up-to-date scientific research methods in addition to textile analysis. This monograph is the first to display as a whole all the known textile artefacts from the salt mine of Hallstatt.

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Report on the Survey 1998–2004

Szerkesztette: Ulrich Luft

Archaeolingua, 2010


It is the first time that one particular site in the Eastern Desert has been published to the full extent. This approach, that requires high skills and an affinity for details, has been opted for with the purpose to avoid that possible correlations went unrecognized, as it might happen in publications divided into a range of separate studies, each focusing on one specific subject exclusively. By applying the method of full archaeological reports, this present volume was aimed at contributing to a better understanding of the complex archaeology of the Egyptian Eastern Desert. The joint expedition of the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics was a fieldwork project of interdisciplinary character, thus the multiplicity of approaches necessitated the restating of the expedition’s main objectives and prevented the authors from putting forward unfounded and highbrow ideas.

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Finds from the New Kingdom to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty

Szerző: Gábor Schreiber

Archaeolingua, 2008


Theban Tomb 32, excavated between 1983 and 2006 by the mission of the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest was constructed for Djehutymes, a high-ranking official in the reign of Ramesses II. Consisting of three large forecourts, a mud-brick pyramid and fifteen rooms in the tomb interior, TT 32 gives a sophisticated and in some ways unique example of Ramesside tomb architecture. The excavations in and around TT 32 yielded a large amount of archaeological material ranging in time from the early Eighteenth Dynasty to the Ottoman Period. This book, published as the second volume of Studia Aegyptiaca Series Maior, offers a detailed analysis of the finds dating from the earliest occupation of the site to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty, including the objects from the Eighteenth Dynasty shaft tombs and two hypogeum tombs of the late Third Intermediate Period discovered at the base of el-Khokha hillock.


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Vol 1–2.

Szerző: László Kákosy, Tamás A. Bács, Zoltán Bartos, Zoltán I. Fábián, Ernő Gaál

Archaeolingua, 2004


This is the first volume of the new Studia Aegyptiaca series, published in cooperation with the Department of Egyptology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. The series aims to publish the results of the activities of the Hungarian Archaeological Mission in the Thebes necropolis.

The research and fieldwork in and around the monument of Djehutymes, the Theban tomb of a high-ranking official during Ramesses II’s reign, started under the leadership of Prof. László Kákosy in 1983. Since then, a number of Hungarian egyptologists and other specialists joined the research of Djehutymes’s monument, and the excavation revealed not only the rock-cut halls, chambers and passages, but the open forecourts, pylons and even the remains of the pyramid-like mud superstructure with those of a decorated shrine. The present volume gives the detailed account of this more than two-decade-long extraordinary excavation work, from epigraphic, architectural and archaeological perspectives.

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Hungarian Noble Residences and their Social Context in the Thirteenth through the Sixteenth Century: An Outline for Methodology

Szerző: Gábor Virágos

Archaeolingua, 2006


The principal aim of this volume is to discover new sources that might help to solve the problem of Hungarian medieval noble residences, that is, what kind of curia, castellum, or castrum (terms known from the written evidence) belonged to certain levels of noble society and how these building types looked like. This volume, therefore, reveals new perspectives to study noble sites in their social context. It also surveys the possibilities of using archaeology to study noble society from the point of view of living standards and the functions of residences.

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Szerkesztette: Eszter Bánffy, Ida Bognár-Kutzián

Archaeolingua, 2007


The main goal of this publication is to present the documentation and finds of the excavation conducted at Csőszhalom in 1957. The Csőszhalom tell is reputed to be one of the most important prehistoric sites in Hungary as well as the northernmost tell settlement in Europe. As the site is practically unpublished, and the documentation and finds have been unavailable to the scholarly community, Csőszhalom remained a legend for many decades. The term “Herpály–Csőszhalom group/culture” was used even after the excavations on the Herpály tell in the 1980s.


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Within the Light of new Technologies

Selected papers from the joint Archaeolingua-EPOCHworkshop, 27 September - 2 October 2004, Százhalombatta, Hungary

Szerkesztette: Erzsébet Jerem, Zsolt Mester, Réka Benczes

Archaeolingua, 2006


The highly successful Százhalombatta Training Week that has been taking place every year since 1997 was organised jointly in 2004 by Matrica Museum (Százhalombatta, Hungary) and Archaeolingua Foundation between 27 September and 2 October 2004, with the title of “Archaeological and Cultural Heritage Preservation within the Light of New Technologies”. This was made possible with the financial and organisational support of EPOCH. The workshop took place in the first Archaeological Park of Hungary, where an Iron Age burial mound has been preserved in situ, and the Iron and Bronze Age settlement units are presented within the context of a reconstructed environment.


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Connections and Interpretation

Szerző: Eszter Bánffy

Archaeolingua, 1997


The author presents a catalogue of altarpieces of the Lengyel culture, containing many hitherto unpublished finds. On the basis of a comparison of contemporary and earlier finds from South-East Europe an interpretation on cultic lines is reached supported by a contextual analysis.

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Ein Überblick

Second, enlarged edition

Szerző: Wolfgang Meid

Archaeolingua, 2005


This splendidly illustrated volume, written by an eminent Celticist, first gives a summary account of the prehistory and early history of the Celts, then traces the linguistic origins of the Celtic languages and points out some of their most specific linguistic features. Its main interest, however, lies in the portrayal of Celtic culture as reflected in the testimonies of ancient writers, but especially in the genuine oral and literary traditions of medieval Ireland and Wales.

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Vorrömisches Namengut in den Tiroler Alpen

Szerző: Peter Anreiter

Archaeolingua, 1997


The Breoni, Genauni and Focunates were tribes which inhabited parts of the Central Alpine area in pre-Roman and Roman times. A not inconsiderable number of placenames dating back linguistically to the pre-Roman period may be connected with them, and testify to the existence of several distinct Indo-European dialects in that area (present-day Tyrol and adjacent regions). The author discusses the etymology of these names, illustrating their original meaning with colour photographs of the respective localities, and also pointing out some of the linguistic characteristics of the dialects in question.

850 Ft

Szerző: Nándor Kalicz

Archaeolingua, 1998


This book has as its subject the remarkable artifacts of the Late Neolithic period in South- West Hungary, notably clay statuettes and the various types and designs of polychrome painted pottery. It also examines the evidence for local and long distance trade relations and cultural influences resulting from these.

860 Ft

Szerző: Francisco Marco Simon

Archaeolingua, 1998


This book is the first comprehensive German language study of autochtonous Celtic religion in the Iberian Peninsula. It is based on the integrated analysis of historical, linguistic and archaeological evidence. This multidisciplinary approach is accompanied by an in-depth evaluation of the relevant literature. The richly illustrated volume is accompanied by an up-to-date, detailed bibliography on the topic.

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Micro-Tradition Analysis in Later Hungarian Prehistory

Szerző: John Chapman

Archaeolingua, 2000


Mortuary studies in archaeology are dominated by analyses of either individual graves or complete cemeteries. While the former approach is empirically overloaded, the latter relies upon an ahistorical moment which no-one in the past could have shared – a bird’s-eye view of the total cemetery. This innovative study takes the grave line as the unit of analysis, working through the tensions between structure, as defined by prior burials in the line, and agency, the choice of the form of the current burial in contrast with that of the previous burial. The study uses a form of categorical analysis termed “dynamic nominalism” which seeks to overcome the opposition between structure and agency which is a key weakness in modern theories of agency. 

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Szerző: Eszter Bánffy

Archaeolingua, 2001


As regards an artistic object, e.g. a sculpture of the ancient world of unknown provenance, it is a usual practice to study its possible context, historic and sometimes also religious background. But is it correct to do the same with an artefact of an earlier age, a prehistoric figurine?

The author devotes the present study to a meticulous analysis of a stray find, bought from a collection in Egypt and now deposited in the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts. The main goal certainly was to collect as much information as possible about the time and place of its birth, about the (pre)historic context within which the figurine may have been used. The result reveals fairly much about the periphery of the late 3rd millennium Mesopotamia, about groups of peoples who traded and thus came into cultural contact with Egypt, but also with coeval Transcaucasian cultures. An attempt for a reconstruction of early religious koine of the Syro-Palestinian region, concerning Goddesses, was also possible. Beyond
that, the book is also of methodological value, giving an example for studying contextless archaeological objects, which, unfortunately, according to the proliferating trade in antique objects of art, grow in number.

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Szerző: Peter Anreiter

Archaeolingua, 2001


Die vorliegende Untersuchung behandelt das geographische Namengut der römischen Provinz Pannonien innerhalb der seit Kaiser Trajan festgelegten Grenzen. Aufgrund des onomastischen Befundes lassen sich in Pannonien mehrere Sprachschichten erkennen, von denen mindestens drei bestimmbar sind: eine sich in Gewässernamen spiegelnde„alteuropäische“, eine relativ mächtige eigentlich pannonische und eine dünnere keltische Schicht (wobei zu bemerken wäre, daß der keltische Anteil in Personennamen größer ist). Die Behandlung folgt einem dreiteiligen Schema: auf eine Beschreibung des Namenträgers folgt die Beleglage mit z.T. ausführlicher Hintergrundinformation, anschließend, soweit möglich, die etymologische Deutung des Namens. Eine nach mehreren Kriterien durchgeführte Gesamtanalyse des Befundes bildet den Schlußteil der Arbeit.

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Szerző: Paul Gaechter

Archaeolingua, 2003


Behandelt die in Irland aus der schriftlosen Vorzeit ererbte, bis zum heutigen Tag lebendig gebliebene Tradition mündlicher Überlieferung allen Wissens und des alten Erzählgutes, deren Hüter die filid (professionelle Gelehrte, Historiker und Geschichtenerzähler) waren, die über ein großes Repertoire und entsprechende Gedächtniskraft verfügen mußten. Im christlichen Mittelalter ging diese „Gedächtniskultur“ in die christlich geprägte Schriftkultur ein, und ihre Inhalte wurden nun vorwiegend schriftlich tradiert.

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Szerkesztette: Halina Dobrzanska, Erzsébet Jerem, Tomasz Kalicki

Archaeolingua, 2004


Rivers play a significant role in the natural environment in the process of culture and social pattern formation from the Palaeolithic up to recent times. The papers in the volume concentrate on the following topics: how the interrelationship between man and the natural environment contributed to changes in the settlement network system and economy; the river valley in context of climatic and cultural changes; the river as a means of communication; the river as a border between communities; and the impact of natural and anthropogenic factors on the Late Glacial-Holocene evolution of river valleys.

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Studien zur gallischen Epigraphik und Onomastik

Szerző: Karin Stüber

Archaeolingua, 2005


This publication consists of two parts. The first one deals with the votive inscription discovered near Bern (Switzerland) dedicated to a divine Smith, Gobannos, known now also from Gaul. The second part gives an inventory of Gaulish women’s names, which are analysed according to their formation, etymology and semantics.

1 800 Ft

Szerző: Wolfgang Meid

Archaeolingua, 2005


In Pre-Roman Pannonia a native population with southern connections was superseded in the North by immigrant Celts. The present monograph collects the Celtic personal names attested in Roman inscriptions, views them in their historical and sociological context, subjects them to formal and semantic analysis and draws inferences as to the survival of Celtic (=Gaulish) speech into Roman times.

2 800 Ft

Szerző: Erika Gál

Archaeolingua, 2007


Archaeo-ornithology is a special field within archaeozoology: it deals with the analysis of avian remains found during archaeological excavations and the historical study of bird exploitation. Bird remains do not only help in the reconstruction of past habitats, but also illustrate ancient cultural attitudes towards animals and the natural environment. In spite of the rich information provided by the avian remains, their study has often been neglected. The lack of high-precision water-sieving and dry-screening indispensable in the systematic recovery of typically small bird bones, the scarcity of specialists trained in the analysis of avian remains and the need for comparative bird bone collections for professional identification explain why relatively few works have been published in this field world-wide. 


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Szerző: Patrice Lajoye

Archaeolingua, 2008


"La religion gauloise est fort mal connue, et sa mythologie ne subsiste qu'à l'état de fragments épars. Le but de ce recueil d'essais n'est donc pas de révéler cette mythologie, mais d'en éclairer certains aspect, en comparant ce qui subsiste avec d'autres mythologies mieux connues, en essayant quelques hypothèses nouvelles, et surtout en rassemblant des informations sur des divinités qui parfois, n'avaient été que peu étudiées. Ces quelques fragments montrent toutefois l'ampleur de ce que nous avons perdu: la mythologie gauloise était, très vraisemblablement, tout aussi riche et variée que ses homologues mieux connues, grecque ou indienne".

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Szerző: Sofia Pescarin

Archaeolingua, 2009


The world’s cultural and natural heritage is vanishing at an alarming rate, as everything from development to tourism, conflict to looting, and climate to disasters threaten our past. Yet technology and processes now exist that can help us save this disappearing world.
From its “ten golden rules for landscape reconstruction”, to explanation of the spectrum from landscape to ‘mapscape’, ‘pastscape’, ‘mindscape’, and ‘webscape’, this book is an important new milestone in the developing field of Archaeological Landscapes. It helps break a complex subject into clear components and easily understood processes. Using the pioneering projects of Italy’s National Research Council Lab in Virtual Heritage as examples, the tools and processes of modern digital landscape reconstruction are illuminated. A rich resource for both heritage managers, researchers, and students, this book will inspire and guide a new generation of Virtual Heritage and reconstructions of the ancient world.

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Szerkesztette: Liv Helga Dommasnes, Tove Hjørungdal, Sandra Montón-Subías, Margarita Sánchez Romero, Nancy L. Wicker

Archaeolingua, 2010


This volume contains fifteen studies of gender and archaeology in Europe from different perspectives, including contributions to the research history of gender in archaeology as well as case-studies that focus on gender relations in Iberia, Scandinavia, Russia, Eastern Europe, and the Eastern Mediterranean. In addition, two introductory essays place these various approaches in context, explicitly considering how knowledge is created by scholars located (“situated”) in time and space, how different academic traditions and regional approaches are (or are not) represented in the dominant English-language literature, and how gender research is disseminated to the public and to academic audiences.

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Reports on the Gyomaendrőd Project

Szerkesztette: Sándor Bökönyi

Archaeolingua, 1992


In 1984, the Archaeological Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences engaged in a microregional survey at Gyomaendrőd (Eastern Hungary). The project investigated the interrelation of changing ecological conditions and human settlement in one particular area through the course of time (ranging from the early neolithic period till the 17th century). This was the first large-scale project of its kind undertaken in Hungary, and one of the few world-wide. This richly illustrated volume containing 11 studies by 20 authors outlines how various approaches from different disciplines can be applied in the course of the methodologies and the techniques of this interdisciplinary research project. Publication of further results are to be found in Volume II.

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Geschichte und heutiger Stand der Forschung

Szerző: Stefan Schumacher

Archaeolingua, 2004


This volume deals with the pre-Roman inscriptions written in the Sanzeno alphabet originating mostly from former Tyrol, commonly called “Raetic” (a term problematic in many respects). The author first gives an outline of the research history, then a detailed description of the inscribed objects in their archaeological context, and an exact transliteration of the inscriptions themselves. This important study which for the first time unites all extant inscriptions is a first step towards a very much needed Corpus Inscriptionum Raeticarum.

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Vol. I. A–B

Szerkesztette: Barnabás Lőrincz, Ferenc Redő

Archaeolingua, 1994


This is the first volume, including the letters A and B, of a four-volume edition of the names of persons represented on inscriptions from the European provinces of the Roman Empire. The present work is based on A. Mócsy’s Nomenclator provinciarum Europae Latinarum et Galliae Cisalpinae which it complements with a statistical and distributional analysis. Under each main lemma the individual forms, with references of their attestations, the origo of the name bearer (if known) and relevant literature are supplied. The frequency of well-attested names is illustrated by distributional maps. This Onomasticon will be an indispensable tool for historical, linguistic and onomastic research. The other volumes are
available from Phoibos Verlag, Vienna.

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Prehistoric Roman Barbarian and Late Avar Settlement at Gyoma 133 (Békés County Microregion)

Szerkesztette: Sándor Bökönyi

Archaeolingua, 1996


This volume publishes the results of a rescue excavation taking place within the microregional investigation outlined above (see Volume I). This excavation yielded a great number of finds from the Bronze age through the Sarmatian to the Avar period, including a great number of (statistically evaluated) animal bones from all the periods.

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Akten des Internationalen Symposiums Sopron, 10.–14. Mai 1994

Szerkesztette: Erzsébet Jerem, Andreas Lippert

Archaeolingua, 1996


This volume contains nearly 40 contributions delivered at the East Hallstatt conference held at Sopron in 1994. The leading themes of the conference included the transition from the late Bronze age Urnfield culture through Hallstatt to the early La Tène period, the character of the inner-Alpine Hallstatt culture, the question of boundaries or transitions beween the western and eastern Hallstatt groups, and the presentation of more exact chronologies. This volume reflects the rapidly changing research situation and the notable advances made in this field.

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Proceedings of the International Archaeological Conference, Százhalombatta, 3–7 October, 1996

Szerkesztette: Erzsébet Jerem, Ildikó Poroszlai

Archaeolingua, 1999


Presentations on the Archaeological Parks supply the reader with first-hand experiences on reconstructions and displays. This collection of papers is exciting reading for both the professional and the amateur archaeologist interested in the theoretical and practical aspects of archaeology.

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Proceedings of the International Archaeological Conference Held in the Damjanich Museum of Szolnok, September 22–27, 1996

Szerkesztette: Róbert Kertész, János Makkay

Archaeolingua, 2001


This volume is the first international conference publication of the Damjanich Museum. As this conference was a highly important event in the life of the Museum, the Archaeolingua Foundation and Publishing House cooperated with the Museum to publish its proceedings. As several years have passed since the conference, the editors decided to publish updated versions of original articles.

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Szerkesztette: Peter F. Biel, Francois Bertemes, Harald Meller

Archaeolingua, 2001


This volume presents a unique body of scholarship focusing on cult and religion in archaeology. The papers were selected from the symposia the editors organized at the annual meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists in Ravenna (1997) and Göteborg (1998). In 21 essays and case studies, followed by a chapter of commentary, the volume offers cutting-edge perspectives on the archaeologies of religion, cult, ritual, representation, imagery, structured space, mortuary practices and material culture studies.

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Frühe Etappen der Menschheitsgeschichte in Mittel- und Südosteuropa Festschrift für Nándor Kalicz zum 75. Geburtstag

Szerkesztette: Erzsébet Jerem, Pál Raczky

Archaeolingua, 2003


This volume centers around the Neolithic, the Copper Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age, with a special emphasis on the Central and Southern European region. It is an indispensable study for anyone interested in the present-day archaeological issues of Central and Southern Europe.

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An Example for the Reconstruction of Late Quaternary Environmental Changes and Past Human Impact from the Northeastern Part of the Carpathian Basin

Szerkesztette: Pál Sümegi, Sándor Gulyás

Archaeolingua, 2004


This book presents the final results of the first comprehensive, multidisciplinary paleoecological and geoarcheological study aiming at the reconstruction of the Late Quaternary environmental history of the Great Hungarian Plain and the possible prehistoric human impact on the basis of paleoecological and geoarcheological results. The combined use of geomorphological, sedimentological, geochemical analytical methods, a scanning electron microscope coupled with a microprobe, the analyses of pollen, charcoal, mollusk and vertebrate remains along with radiocarbon dating and stable isotope analysis revealed two sedimentary sequences extending well back into the Last Glacial. The volume presents
the results of these analyses unravelling a hitherto unknown environmental history.

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Szerző: Raimund Karl

Archaeolingua, 2006


Based on social complexity theory a model of locally constituted Iron Age central and western European societies is developed. Such societies evolve individually different, yet statistically similar. Using archaeological, historical and linguistic sources it is demonstrated how the individual experiences with the social environment and the constraints and necessities set by the natural environment shape similar social structures. Particularly in societies speaking closely related (Celtic) languages, similar social and political patterns emerge.


7 800 Ft

Seed, Fruit, Food and Beverage Remains in the Carpathian Basin from the Neolithic

to the Late Middle Ages – CD-melléklettel

Szerző: Ferenc Gyulai

Archaeolingua, 2010


Thanks to extensive archaeobotanical investigations, it van be now considered as a fact that the Carpathian Basin is one of the longest inhabited regions of Europe. Plant cultivation has a history of eight thousand years, the cultivation of vegetables has been pursued for four thousand years and fruit cultivation has been going on for two thousand years. Cultivated plants arrived in the Carpathian Basin with the first Neolithic agrarian culture.

This long-awaited volume presents Hungarian seed and fruit remains with respect to the assumptions that might be drawn regarding plant cultivation. The seed remains also shed light on weed history and the environmental changes taking place in Hungary in the last eight thousand years. The second half of the book is an inventory of all the seed, fruit and food remains that have been unearthed from 350 Hungarian excavation sites in the past 130 years, making the volume an indispensable treasure trove of research data for the interdisciplinary areas of archaeology.

12 400 Ft

Szerkesztette: François Delpech, Marco V. García Quintela

Archaeolingua, 2009


Mythologie comparée indo-européenne et idéologie trifonctionelle: bilans, perspectives et nouveaux domaines – Mitología comparada indoeuropea e ideología trifuncional: balance, perspectivas y nuevos campos


8 200 Ft

Szerkesztette: George Nash, Dragos Gheorghiu

Archaeolingua, 2009


What is place? What is territoriality? And, how and why do we interact with these spatial concepts? More importantly and pertinent to this volume, how do we as archaeologists and anthropologists identify these spatial concepts within our respective material culture records? It is becoming increasing clear that the intricacies of place, however subtle, are heavily influenced by the way people run their lives. Intricacies such as symmetry and linearity play an essential role in the concept and design of place. These components usually display traits of complex hierarchical societies. However, many complex societies are formed and governed by different mechanisms by such mechanisms as knowing, experiencing and controlling place.

8 800 Ft

Szerző: Wolfgang Meid

Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, 2010


"The Celts" – who were they? Did they really exist, or are they, as some archaeologists seem to believe, a mere scientific construct, a fictitious entity? The basis of this misapprehension is the fact that it is not possible to diagnose Celticity by archaeological means alone. "Celtic" is, in the first instance, a linguistic concept, and disregarding this linguistic foundation must lead to an impasse. It is the proven relationship of the so-called "Celtic" languages and their derivation from a common ancestor which justifies this scientific concept.
"Celts", on the other hand, is an ethnic term attested for population groups in western Continental Europe, but which has been extended to include also population groups in the British Isles for which this name is not attested. The basis of this terminological extension has been the discovery of the genetic relationship of the languages spoken by all these groups, which consequently have been termed "Celtic" languages, going back to a common prehistoric ancestor language termed "Proto-Celtic", a distinct branch of the Indo‑European language family. Since a language presupposes speakers, these could be called "Celts". From a linguistic point of view these "Celts" were real people; today their descendants would be rather called by other names, like Irish or Welsh.

4 800 Ft

Szerkesztette: József Laszlovszky, Péter Szabó

Archaeolingua – Central European University, 2003


This volume aims to present the wide variety of methods and approaches (historical, archaeological, and natural scientific) now available to scholars studying the relationship between people and nature throughout history. The book consists of two major parts. The general articles in the first section present broader frameworks of understanding in this field. The second section contains works representing individual examples of methods and analytical case studies. The emphasis is on the Middle Ages, however, case studies range from the Neolithic to the present day. A specialty of the book that it also focuses on Central and Eastern Europe, a hitherto neglected region in environmental history. It is hoped that this volume will serve as a handbook for scholars interested in human–nature interactions in the past.

3 500 Ft

The Medieval Variants

Szerkesztette: Aziz Al-Azmeh, János M. Bak

Archaeolingua – Central European University, 2004


The second volume of the series presents diverse aspects of monotheistic kingship during the Middle Ages in two general theoretical articles and a series of “case studies” on the relationship of religion and rulership. The authors discuss examples of the role of religion in Carolingian, Ottonian and late medieval Western Europe, in Byzantium and Armenia, Georgia, Hungary, the Khazar Khanate, Poland and Rus’. Two studies explore the issue in medieval Jewish and Islamic political thought. The editors hope that these special inquiries will engender more comparative studies on the subject.

3 500 Ft

Akten des Internationalen Symposiums St. Pölten, 14.–18. Oktober 1992.

Második kiadás

Szerkesztette: Erzsébet Jerem, Alexandra Krenn-Leeb, Johannes-Wolfgang Neugebauer, Otto H. Urban

Archaeolingua, 2004


Als erster Band einer neuen Schriftenreihe, in welcher die Ergebnisse laufender Forschungen zur Eisenzeit (Hallstatt-Latène-Periode) im Ostalpenraum veröffentlicht werden sollen, erscheinen hier die gesammelten Vorträge, die anläßlich eines von der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte 1992 in St. Pölten (Niederösterreich) veranstalteten Symposiums gehalten wurden.

9 900 Ft

Foundations and Methods of Chariotry Research from the Viewpoint of Comparative Indo-European Linguistics

Szerző: Peter Raulwing

Archaeolingua, 2000


Horses, Chariots and Indo-Europeans have attracted several generations of scholars of various academic disciplines. Analyzing descriptions of horses, chariots, warfare and chariot-racing in the Rigveda, the classical, Celtic and other Indo-European sources documented from the second millennium BC onwards, scholars have even assumed a close relationship between Proto-Indo-Europeans, the horse and the chariot. According to this view the Hittites, Indo-Aryans and Greeks used their chariots for invading the Near East, Greece and other parts of the ancient world; some scholars are convinced that the chariot was the most important weapon of the Indo-European invaders. The present study attempts to examine the current state of Indo-European Linguistics regarding the problem of the origin, definition, the technological development and the function of the chariot.

2 500 Ft



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