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The Social Archaeology of Residential Sites: Hungarian noble residences and their social context from the thirteenth through to the sixteenth century: an outline for methodologyGábor Virágos 2006 © BAR Publishing
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This work aims to set up a research agenda to show how archaeology can contribute to an interdisciplinary study of society in the later Middle Ages, in this case in terms of a survey of the possibilities of using archaeology to study Hungarian nobility from the point of view of their living conditions and the functions of their residences. The author, drawn to this theme through an excavation in Pomáz (west of Budapest) in 1995, investigates the co-existence of various settlement types from the point of view of manorial buildings.
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- Identity / Gender / Childhood / Ethnicity / Romanization
- Theory and Method (general titles)
- Central and Eastern Europe
- Early Modern and Modern
- Architecture / Domestic and Urban Buildings and Space / Urbanism
- Migration Period, Early Medieval and Medieval
- Epigraphy / Ancient and Medieval Texts / Papyri
- Ethnoarchaeology / Anthropology
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