Archive: 2016

New impulse in the archaeological and interdisciplinar research of the Bronze Age

Interdisciplinary research of the Bronze Age is among the priority programs of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The lecture of Viktória Kiss held at 7th December 2016, 17:00...

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Conference and workshop on gendered identities in Klement

In the latest issue of TEA (The European Archaeologist) a conference report has been published on the gender-workshop organized at the end of September in Klement, Austria (Multiple fem...

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Bronzeworking from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages – Report on the workshop

The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Center for Humanities, Institute of Archaeology and the ’Momentum’ Mobility Research Group of HAS RCH IA organized a scientific conference titled ...

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Workshop on Bronzeworking – Programme

Bronzeworking from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages Workshop on the possibilities of archaeological and historical study of bronze objects a scientific conference organized by HAS ...

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New tools in humanities: bioarchaeology and biosocial archaeology

English version coming soon. We are currently working on the English version of the article. Please, come back later. *** A régészet szó hallatán a történelem iránt érdeklődő nagyközönség le...

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The ‘Momentum’ Programme in Humanities – scientific meeting at the HAS

On the occasion of the Hungarian Science Festival a scientific meeting was organized by the Institute of Philosophy and the Institute of History of HAS on November 17, 2016, titled The ...

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3rd meeting of the Central Europe TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group)

The third meeting of the Central European Theoretical Archaeology Group was held in Bratislava, between 8th-9th November, 2016. At the international conference where mostly Czech a...

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Focusing on Bronze Age People

The ‘Momentum’ Mobility Research Group of the Institute of Archaeology, HAS RCH aims to get a better understanding of the lifestyle of Bronze Age people during a five-year period of research...

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Carpathian Basin supposed to be a migration center during the Bronze Age

Archaeological records show that during the Bronze Age immigrants have arrived in the Carpathian Basin from several directions. Nowadays, these migrations can not only be exam...

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From bones, bronzes and sites to society – The European Archaeologist 2016

The European Archaeologist – Issue 48 Spring 2016 From bones, bronzes and sites to society: Multidisciplinary analysis of human mobility and social changes in Bronze Age Hungary (2500–1500 B...

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