The author in this article with two appendix, one geo-morphological and the other geophysical, is dealing with the first results of the Italian excavations in Hungary in a volume devoted by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to the topographical and archaeological work made by different teams in a mikroregion in south-east of the country. The project Endrod 19 represents a complex, integrate joint work in collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The site ranging from the pre-Scythian to the Sarmatian age constitutes a typical example of the steppic character of settlement, mainly constituted by pit-houses, channels etc., a sort of Pit-Archaeology.

The Endrod 19 Project

GENITO, Bruno
1992

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The author in this article with two appendix, one geo-morphological and the other geophysical, is dealing with the first results of the Italian excavations in Hungary in a volume devoted by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to the topographical and archaeological work made by different teams in a mikroregion in south-east of the country. The project Endrod 19 represents a complex, integrate joint work in collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The site ranging from the pre-Scythian to the Sarmatian age constitutes a typical example of the steppic character of settlement, mainly constituted by pit-houses, channels etc., a sort of Pit-Archaeology.
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