New publication based on the results of the Workshop

We would like to present Gábor Mesterházy’s article, published in Archaeologiai Értesítő 138 (2013) titled Regionális léptéku terepbejárás módszertani lehetőségeinek vizsgálata Magyarországon (Testing the possibilities of regional scale field survey methodology in Hungary). Published in Hungarian it also includes a summary in English. The article is available here and in our site’s Publications section.

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Report about the Workshop in Hungarian Archaeology E-journal (Winter ed. 2012)

Gábor Mesterházy and Máté Stibrányi have prepared another publication about the Workshop. It has been published in English in E-journal of Hungarian Archaeology (winter edition 2012) and we would like to invite our readers to read it. The article is currently available on the page of the journal and on our page in the Publications section.

Panoramic picture taken from the Bronze Age Hillfort site.

Panoramic picture taken from the Bronze Age Hillfort site.

Polish Press Agency’s summary on the Workshop

logo-plAnother article about the Workshop is available online. Science in Poland portal – a specialised site of Polish Press Agency, has published an article (in Polish) with a summary of the 2012 project. You can read the whole article following the link given below:

http://www.naukawpolsce.pap.pl/aktualnosci/news,394203,podsumowanie-miedzynarodowego-projektu-badan-nieinwazyjnych.html

New publication about the Workshop

Today morning Archeolog.pl portal has published a summary of the 2012 Workshop written by Marcin Jaworski. Much information about the Workshop itself and the newly developed GPS based survey system can be read there (only in Polish). To read the article just follow the link below:

http://www.archeolog.pl/pl15/teksty384/workshop_for_reading_past_and_present_landscapes_in_central

Prospecting the Landscape under the Bronze Age Hillfort.

Prospecting the Landscape under the Bronze Age Hillfort.

Article about the Workshop in Magyar Régéset 2012 (winter edition)

On behalf the authors, Gábor Mesterházy and Máté Stibrányi, we would like to invite our readers to read the article about the Workshop that originally appeared in the Hungarian quarterly journal Magyar Régéset (winter edition). The article is currently available only in Hungarian on the page of the journal and on our page in the Publications section.

SONY DSCReading of archaeological landscape with GPS RTK