Thesis review articles
Avar and Árpádian Age Populations along the Maros River: Settlement History Research in the Hungarian Part of the Maros Valley
- Lower Maros Valley, Avar Period settlement history, changes in settlement structure, changes in pottery style, radiocarbon date
How to Cite
Pópity, D. (2023). Avar and Árpádian Age Populations along the Maros River: Settlement History Research in the Hungarian Part of the Maros Valley. Dissertationes Archaeologicae, 3(10), 401–419. https://doi.org/10.17204/dissarch.2022.401
Review article of a PhD thesis submitted in 2022 to the Archaeological Doctoral Programme, Doctoral School of History, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, under the supervision of Miklós Takács.
The research behind the dissertation comprises a basic large-scale evaluation of the material record of primarily Avar Period (7–9th-century) settlements. The study area is located in the Lower Tisza Region and the southern part of the Körös-Maros Interfluve, including the southern part of the Southern Tisza Valley and the entire Marosszög microregion, north of the River Maros, on the lands between Szeged-Öthalom and Csanádpalota/Nagylak.