MΩMOΣ XI. – Conference of Prehistoric Researchers: Environment and people
The 11th MΩMOΣ – Prehistoric Researchers Conference focusing on the relationship between people and their environment was held in Budapest, between 10th and 12th April 2017, organized by the Budapest History Museum/Aquincum Museum. In the three-day event, nearly 40 lectures were presented on four topics (People and Environment; Landscape; Forest, Water, Land, Raw Materials; Symbolic Landscape). Our research team was represented by a presentation and a poster.
We also presented the first results of a micro-regional study started last year on a poster. Following the systematic fieldwalk in the surroundings of the Gáta-Wieselburg cemetery and settlement at Nagycenk, we were able to locate the traces of further Bronze Age settlements along the Ikva and Arany Streams. Geomagnetic surveys were carried out to investigate the extent of the cemetery as well.