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Social formation and collapse in the Tisza-Maros region: dating the Maros Group and its Late Bronze Age successors

Journal article
Authors J. M. O'Shea
G. Parditka
A. Nicodemus
Kristian Kristiansen
Karl-Göran Sjögren
L. Paja
G. Palfi
L. Milasinovic
Published in Antiquity
Volume 93
Issue 369
Pages 604-623
ISSN 0003-598X
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Historical Studies
Pages 604-623
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.40
Keywords Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Bronze Age, Maros Group, Tumulus Culture, radiocarbon, bones, Anthropology, Archaeology
Subject categories Social Anthropology, History and Archaeology

Abstract

Radiocarbon dating is paramount for chronologically defining the rise of polities in the Middle Bronze Age Carpathian Basin. This article presents a suite of new radiocarbon dates obtained from sites associated with the Early and Middle Bronze Age Maros Group, and its Late Bronze Age successors in the Tisza-Maros region of south-east Hungary, western Romania and northern Serbia. The results indicate tight chronological synchronisation of Middle Bronze Age settlements and cemeteries in the Maros region, while confirming the accuracy of ceramic-based relative chronology for the Szoreg cemetery.

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