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4000 years agoTodayPassage between past and present

The site

Today the site of Százhalombatta is 200 m by 100 m in area. It is estimated that up to two thirds of the original area was destroyed during clay extraction by a local brick factory and by erosion

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Excavation team

 

Excavation at the site is directed by Dr Magdolna Vicze (Hungarian National Museum), Professor Marie Louise Stig Sørensen (University of Cambridge), and

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Research and excavation methods

Research at the Százhalombatta tell focuses on exploring its settlement structure and architecture as well as daily life, technology and material culture during the Bronze Age. Major research questions include the relationship between ‘private’ and public space; the

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Photo gallery

Here you can see a small selection of Bronze Age relicts as well as photos of the dig. Happy faces, beautiful finds and lots of thinking is all part of the expedition! More to come as the dig

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