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    Transitions to the Bronze Age in the Carpathian Basin (Heyd et al 2013 book)

    Volker Heyd, Gabriella Kulcsár and Vajk Szeverényi (eds.), Transition to the Bronze Age: interregional interaction and socio-cultural change at the beginning of the third millennium BC in the Carpathian Basin and surrounding regions (2013)

    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. The 13 articles of this volume, all written in English, discuss problems of transition and change from the Late Copper to the Early Bronze Age, that is more than a millennium from the later 4th to the end of the 3rd millennium BC. The book highlights temporal and spatial dynamics in the interregional interactions and communication networks among various societies of that period. Traditional typo-chronological approaches are supplemented by the results of absolute dating, anthropological and biochemical investigations and statistical analyses. Also new finds and materials are presented and new perspectives offered. The publication of the volume will certainly promote communication between the archaeological schools of western and east Central Europe, providing new aspects for future research as well. It will likewise contribute a great deal to our knowledge about the Carpathian Basin in the third millennium BC so important in bridging the prehistoric east and southeast to the west of the Continent.
    http://www.archaeolingua.hu/books/ma...main%2030.html

    The conference programme is here (with some contributors names mangled by the software: http://www.congrex-events.nl/?pid=487

    Transition to the Bronze Age in the Carpathian Basin: a review of the problem
    Gabriella Kulcsar; Vajk Szeverényi
    Archaeological Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY

    Cultural changes in the mid-third millennium BC in the Carpathian Basin
    L. Reményi

    Uivar and its significance for the beginning of the Early Bronze Age in the Romanian Banat
    Alexandru Szentmiklosi 1; Manfred Woidich 2
    1Muzeul Banatului TimiÂşoara, ROMANIA;
    2Freie Universität Berlin - TOPOI, GERMANY

    After Vučedol, before NagyrĂ©v: transitions along the Danube
    Gabriella Kulcsar, Archaeological Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY

    In regards to nagyrev-jugs and their archaeological context
    Jaroslav Peška1, Miroslav KrálĂ*k2
    1Archeologické centrum Olomouc, CZECH REPUBLIC
    2Masaryk University, CZECH REPUBLIC

    The significance of the metallurgy at the beginning of the 3rd millenium in the carpathian basin
    János DANI, Déri Múzeum, HUNGARY

    Metallurgy and society in the Carpathian Basin at the transition from the fourth to the third millennium BC: new identities and consumption patterns
    Vajk Szeverényi, Archaeological Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY

    Cultural Change and Animal Keeping Case Study of a Cooper Age and Bronze Age site nearby Budapest, Hungary
    Peter Csippan, Field Service of Cultural Heritage, HUNGARY

    From Late Eneolithic to Early Bronze Age in the Pontic Steppe: What is the Pit-Grave Culture ?
    Yuri Rassamakin, Institute of Archaeoligy, UKRAINE

    Yamnaya Intrusion in Northeastern Hungary at the Transition from the Late Copper to the Early Bronze Age
    Tünde Horváth, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY

    Steppe people moving west? The Western Yamnaya phenomenon in the light of stable isotope analysis
    Claudia Gerling 1; Volker Heyd 2; Alistair Pike 2; Gabriella Kulcsar 3; Elke Kaiser 1; Wolfram Schier 1
    1Freie Universitaet Berlin, GERMANY;
    2University of Bristol, UNITED KINGDOM;
    3Institute of Archaeology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY

    The origin of cross footed bowls in the 3rd millennium BC
    Elke Kaiser, Free University Berlin, GERMANY

    East-West interactions in the third millennium BC between the Dnieper and the Carpathians
    M. Szmyt, Muzeum Archeologiczne, POLAND

    Negotiating and communicating identities at the end of the Early Bronze Age in the Eastern periphery of the Carpathian Basin
    Neculai Bolohan, University Al. I. Cuza, ROMANIA

    Transition to the Bronze Age: a discussion of the presentations
    Volker Heyd, University of Bristol, UNITED KINGDOM

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