The Füzesabony-Gubakút Settlement Development Model of the Alföld Linear Pottery Culture in the Light of the Recent Archaeological Discoveries at Hejőpapi-Szeméttelep (2008-2011) and Bükkábrány-Bánya VII -Vasúti Dűlő (2009-2011)
Journal of Historical Archaeology & Anthropological Sciences
The füzesabony-gubakút settlement development model of the alföld linear pottery culture in the light of the recent archaeological discoveries at hejőpapiszeméttelep (2008-2011) and bükkábrány-bánya vii -vasúti dűlő (2009-2011) Abstract Thanks to the extensive excavations that have been going on since the mid 1990s, archaeological research has managed to gain a greater insight into the settlement history of the ALPC. The large linear settlements and neatly arranged house-pitgrave ensembles
... ed an excellent opportunity to examine the relative and absolute chronology of the settlements and to gain an understanding of the settlements' internal development mechanism. The ALPC settlement development model on micro, mezo and macro scales was based on our key site of Füzesabony-Gubakút and its microregion in the southern Heves area. The most recent excavation results from Hejőpapi-Szeméttelep and Bükkábrány-Bánya VII -Vasúti dűlő in the Borsod area should be considered excellent test data for our model, as these sites were excavated in almost their entirety. As the processing of the finds from these excavations is still to come, the test in question is only really relevant for the structure of the settlement. Even so it is possible to draw serious conclusions from the data we already have.