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Stratum plus. 2011. №5

E. Gáll (Bucharest, Romania), Sz. Gáll (Târgu Mureş, Romania), M. Vremir, B. Gergely (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

Grave 10 from the Cluj — Zápolya Cemetery and the Dynamics of the Hungarian Conquest of Transylvania

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Pages: 223-242

The first archaeological findings of 10th — 11th centuries in Cluj were uncovered in 1911, on no. 78 in Zápolya street (now Gen. Traian Moşoiu street) (graves 1—8) and followed by other 3 graves uncovered in 1942 (graves 9—11). Our study aims to present the finds from grave 10 and analyzes it anthropologically and palaeozoologically.

Keywords: burials, funeral finds, anthropological research, zooarchaelogical research, the 10th century

Information about authors:

Erwin Gáll (Bucarest, Romania). Doctor of history. Institute of Archaelogy “Vasile Pârvan”.
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Szilárd Gáll (Târgu Mureş, Romania). The Museum of History and Archaeology, Târgu Mureş

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Matei Vremir (Cluj-Napoca, Romania).
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Balázs Gergely (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). National Museum of Transylvanian History.

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