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Author: Akos Peto,Attila Barczi
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Title: Kurgan Studies: an environmental and archaeological multiproxy study of burial mounds in the Eurasian steppe zone (BAR International Series)
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Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (July 15, 2011)
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Kurgan Studies: an environmental and archaeological multiproxy study of burial mounds in the Eurasian steppe zone (BAR International Series) by Akos Peto,Attila Barczi



Publisher: Archeopress, BAR International Series 2238. Cite this publication. Life and death: mortuary rituals of the Baden culture at Lake Balaton (Transdanubia) The paper provides new insights in the lifestyle of the Late Copper Age, including information on the physical as well as mental traits of the Boleraz/Baden man based on excavation results of two neighbouring sites in Hungary, namely dulo and amasz (Kom. Somogy). Pathological alterations show aggression inside the community, violent feature appearing more and more intensely in the later phases of the culture

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International Archaeological Reports since 1974. − BOOK DESCRIPTION This volume presents a series of archaeological and scientific studies focusing on Kurgans in Hungary and Russia. Kurgans are the burial mounds of Bronze and Copper Age societies that can be traced back to the 4th Millennium cal BC. The Kurgans of the Eurasian steppe zone preserve palaeosoils and represent a fantastic resource for investigating Holocene environmental changes.

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Kurgan Studies: An Environmental and Archaeological Multiproxy Study of Burial Mounds in the Eurasian Steppe Zone. BAR International Series 2238. Oxford: Archaeo-press. Pit-Grave culture of the south near the Ural Mountains. Kurgan Studies: An Environmental and Archaeologi-cal Multiproxy Study of Burial Mounds in the Eur-asian Steppe Zone. Oxford: Archaeopress.

In: Pető Á, Barczi A (eds) Kurgan studies: an environmental and archaeological multiproxy study of burial mounds in the Eurasian steppe zone. BAR International Series, Oxford, pp 329–338Google Scholar. Penksza K, Loksa G, Barczi A, Joó K, Malatinszky Á (2011b) Effects of extrazonal and climatic conditions on the vegetation of kurgans. A pilot study from the Hortobágy (Csípő-halom). Sudnik-Wójcikowska B, Moysiyenko II (2008a) The floristic differentiation of microhabitats within kurgans in the desert steppe zone of southern Ukraine. Acta Soc Bot Pol 77:139–147CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Sudnik-Wójcikowska B, Moysiyenko II (2008b) The synanthropic flora of kurgans within three steppe zones in southern Ukraine. Biodivers Res Conserv 12:41–48Google Scholar. A morphometric study of variance in articulated dendritic phytolith wave lobes within selected species of Triticeae and Aveneae. T Ball, L Vrydaghs, T Mercer, M Pearce, S Snyder, Z Lisztes-Szabó,. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 26 (1), 85-97, 2017. G Kulcsár, M Jaeger, V Kiss, G Márkus, J Müller, Á Pető, G Serlegi,. Hungarian Archaeology E-Journal 4, 2014. Multidisciplinary contributions to the study of Pit Grave culture kurgans of the Great Hungarian Plain. T Horváth, J Dani, Á Pető,.

An Environmental and Archaeological Multiproxy Study of Burial Mounds in the Eurasian Steppe Zone. British Archaeological Reports International Series 2238. Molnár, M, Janovics, R, Major, I, Orsovszki, J, Gönczi, R, Veres, M, Leonard, AG, Castle, SM, Lange, TE, Wacker, L, Hajdas, I, Jull, AJT. 2013. Status report of the new AMS 14C sample preparation lab of the Hertelendi Laboratory of the Environmental Studies (Debrecen, Hungary). Radiocarbon 55(2–3):665–676. The application of earth science-based analyses on a twin-kurgan in Northern Hungary. Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences 9(1):11–20. Tóth, A, Tóth, CA. 2004. A kunhalom program általános tapasztalatai.

Kurgan Studies an environmental and archaeological multiproxy study of burial mounds in the Eurasian steppe zone (British Archaeological Reports International Series) by Akos Peto, Attila Barczi, Ákos Pető, Ákos Peto Paperback, 350 Pages, Published 2011 by British Archaeological Reports ISBN-13: 978-1-4073-0802-9, ISBN: 1-4073-0802-5.

Kurgan Studies: an environmental and archaeological multiproxy. by Akos Peto, Attila Barczi. The Kurgans of the Eurasian steppe zone preserve.

Kurgans are the burial mounds of Bronze and Copper Age societies that can be traced back to the 4th Millennium cal BC. The Kurgans of the Eurasian steppe zone preserve palaeosoils and represent a fantastic resource for investigating Holocene environmental changes. The studies presented in this volume principally focus on the Lyukas-halom and Csípo"-halom kurgans in Hungary and the Skvortsovsky and Labazovsky kurgans in Russia, though there are also several papers that explore the wider world of the Kurgans. The majority focus on environmental themes.