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Régészeti talajtani megfigyelések „Kakucs–Turján mögött” bronzkori lelőhelyen I
- Pető, Ákos, Serlegi, Gábor, Krausz, Edina, Jaeger, Mateusz, Kulcsár, Gabriella
- Agrokémia és talajtan 2015 v.64 no.1 pp. 219-237
- air, basins, buried soils, ceramics, cultural heritage, human population, sediments
- Based on the similar ceramic style and typography, the homogenous cultural identity that emerged during the Middle Bronze Age (app. 2000/1900–1500/1450 cal BC) in the central territory of the Carpathian Basin is called the Vatya culture. The settlement network of the Vatya culture involved fortified, multi-layered tells and open air horizon-tal settlements of varying size and inner structure. These archaeological sites are not only important parts of the cultural heritage of the Carpathian Basin, but are significant elements of the natural heritage. The importance of these structures lies within the po-tential to study their buried soils and anthropogenic sediments. Data gained by the means of soil science methods not only form the basis of conclusions on environmental history, but also give an idea of the interaction between ancient human populations and their environment.