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Tiszapolgár culture

The Tiszapolgár culture or Tiszapolgár-Româneşti culture is an Eneolithic archaeological culture of the Alföld plain and the Banat in Central Europe. The type site Tiszapolgár-Basatanya is a locality in northeastern Hungary. It is a continuation of the earlier Neolithic Tisza culture. The type site Româneşti is in the Româneşti-Tomeşti locality, Timiş County, Romania.

Most of the information about the Tiszapolgár culture comes from cemeteries; over 150 individual graves have been being excavated at Tiszapolgár-Basatanya. The pottery is unpainted, but often polished and frequently decorated.

See also

Bibliography

  • Parkinson, William A. (1999): The Social Organization of Early Copper Age Tribes on the Great Hungarian Plain. University of Michigan
  • Parkinson, William A.: Style and Social Interaction in the Early Copper Age of the Great Hungarian Plain. La Tinaja: A Newsletter of Archaeological Ceramics. 13(1):4-7. Ohio State University
  • Sarris, Apostolos; Galaty, Michael L.; Yerkes, Richard W.; Parkinson, William A.; Gyucha, Attila; Billingsley, Doc M. & Tate, Robert: Investigation of Hungarian Early Copper Age Settlements through Magnetic Prospection & Soil Phosphate Techniques
  • Sauer, Erin: Paleomeander Behavior in the Early Copper Age of the Great Hungarian Plain: Vészt″o,Hungary. The Ohio State University
  • The Stone – Copper Age /The Eneolithic Age/Early Phase/5th Millennium BC, bilder av oldstidsgjenstander fra den aktuelle tidsepoke

External links

  • Tiszapolgár
  • The Tiszapolgár culture
  • (in German)


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