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AMIT AZ ŐSI TŰZ MEGŐRZÖTT

Képek egy újkőkori falu feltárásáról

Berettyóújfalu-Herpály

Szerzők: Kalicz Nándor, Raczky Pál, Anders Alexandra, Kovács Katalin

Pytheas Kiadó

 

A herpályi halom településén folytatott legutóbbi, 1977–1982 közötti ásatások egy újkőkori  közösség minden napjaiba, temetkezési szokásaiba, valamint vallásos elképzeléseibe is betekintést engednek. A herpályi tell-település leégett épületei ugyanis sokszor a teljes berendezés tárgyait, az újkőkori élet sok-sok részletét őrizték meg. A feltárások fényképes dokumentációi, továbbá a színes rekonstrukciók látványos képet adnak a tűz által megőrzött csak nem hétezer éves őskori világról.

 
4 500 Ft
  THE LATE NEOLITHIC TELL SETTLEMENT AT POLGÁR-CSŐSZHALOM, HUNGARY. THE 1957 EXCAVATION

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 As the site is practically unpublished, and the documentation and finds have been unavailable to the scholarly community, Csőszhalom remained a legend for many decades.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.

 

 
12 200 Ft
CULT OBJECTS OF THE NEOLITHIC LENGYEL CULTURE

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The author presents a catalogue of altarpieces of the Lengyel culture, containing many hitherto unpublished finds.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.

 
680 Ft
  FIGÜRLICHE KUNST UND BEMALTE KERAMIK AUS DEM NEOLITHIKUM WESTUNGARNS

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
TENSIONS AT FUNERALS

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. 

 
2 000 Ft
A UNIQUE PREHISTORIC FIGURINE OF THE NEAR EAST

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.

 
800 Ft
FROM THE MESOLITHIC TO THE NEOLITHIC

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.

 
8 000 Ft
THE GEOHISTORY OF BÁTORLIGET MARSHLAND

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.

 
6 000 Ft
ITINERARIUM HUNGARICUM II.

Őskori emlékek és gyűjtemények Magyarországon

Szerkesztette: Jerem Erzsébet, Mester Zsolt

Szerzők: Cseh Fruzsina, Jerem Erzsébet, Kalicz Nándor, Mester Zsolt, Nováki Gyula, Vicze Magdolna

Közreműködött: Hoti Szilvia, Németh Péter Gergely

Archaeolingua, 2008

 

Magyarország műemlékeinek megismerését számos könyv és kiadvány segíti. Az ITINERARIUM HUNGARICUM sorozat ezt útikönyv formájában teszi. Az ICOMOS, a Műemlékek és Történeti Együttesek Nemzetközi Tanácsának Nemzeti Bizottsága, illetve az ennek keretében működő Régészeti Műemlékhelyek Szakbizottság, valamint az Archaeolingua Kiadó a római kori Pannonia emlékeit bemutató első kötet után most őskori kalandozásra hívja a múlt értékei iránt érdeklődőket.

 
3 200 Ft
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF FIRE

Understanding Fire as Material Culture

Szerkesztette: Dragos Gheorghiu, George Nash

Archaeolingua, 2007

 

This publication investigates the role of fire in prehistory.

Dragos Gheorghiu is professor of cultural anthropology and prehistoric art at National University of Arts, Bucharest. Since 2000 he directed the Vadastra project on experimental archaeology focussed on pyrotechnologies. He was advisory editor for Antiquity, editor of Experimental Pyrotechnology Group Newsletter and published in BAR and Kluwer Academic on Chalcolithic material culture. Among the books he edited in BAR are The Fire in Archaeology (2002), Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age Hydrostrategies (2003) and Ceramic Studies (2006).

George Nash is a visiting fellow and lectures at the Department of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Bristol, England. He is also principal archaeologist at SLR Consulting (Shrewsbury) where he works within the private sector. He has worked in northern Europe, North America, Romania, Indonesia and the Iberian Peninsula, researching mainly prehistoric art and hunter-gatherer societies. He has published a number of books including recently The Architecture of Death: The Neolithic Chambered Tombs of Wales (2006) and Looking Beyond the Castle Walls (2006).

 
2 400 Ft
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  NOUVELLES APPROCHES EN ANTHROPOLOGIE ET EN ARCHÉOLOGIE FUNÉRAIRE

Szerkesztette: Zoltán Czajlik, Claude Mordant

L’Harmattan Kiadó, 2008

 
2 500 Ft
Akció: 2 000 Ft
Kezdete: 2017.06.01
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  L'HABITAT DE L'ÉPOQUE DE LA TÉNE Á SAJÓPETRI HOSSZÚ-DŰLŐ - Elfogyott

Szerkesztette: Szabó Miklós

L’Harmattan Kiadó, 2007

 

 
6 900 Ft

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