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Title: Coalescent community at Alsónyék: the timings and duration of Lengyel burials and settlement
Authors: Osztás, Anett
Zalai-Gaál, István
Bánffy, Estzer
Marton, Tibor
Nyerges, Éva Ágnes
Köhler, Kitti
Somogyi, Krisztina
Gallina, Zsolt
Bronk, Ramsey Christopher
Dunbar, Elaine
Kromer, Bernd
Bayliss, Alex
Hamilton, Derek
Marshall, Peter
Whittle, Alasdair
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Keywords: Hungary
Lengyel culture
south-east Transdanubia
Late Neolithic
fifth millennium cal BC
grave groups
radiocarbon dating
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Osztás A, Zalai-Gaál I, Bánffy E, Marton T, Nyerges ÉÁ, Köhler K, Somogyi K, Gallina Z, Bronk Ramsey C, Dunbar E, Kromer B, Bayliss A, Hamilton D, Marshall P & Whittle A (2016) Coalescent community at Alsónyék: the timings and duration of Lengyel burials and settlement, Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 179-282.
Abstract: First paragraph: The Lengyel culture was very widely distributed in central Europe in the first half of the fifth millennium cal BC. At its greatest extent, its settlements are found in western and north-east Hungary, south-west Slovakia, eastern Austria and the Czech Republic. Its distribution even reached Slovenia and Croatia in the south, and Poland in the north.
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