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A kaposvári Rippl-Rónai Múzeum közleményei 2. köt. (2013.)

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Tematikus cím: Fiatal Középkoros Régészek IV. Konferenciájának Tanulmánykötete = Study Volume of the 4th Conference of Young Medieval Archaeologists
  • Zay Orsolya :

    Abstract: In 2010 a group of historical reenactors decided to build a house-reconstruction in Hungary from the 11th-13th centuries. We took part some historical festivals in Europe where the organizers showed high quality experimental archeology to the tourists. We chose a Historical Park in Hungary and got a place where we started the building operations. Informations from archeological and ethnographical articles and monographies were collected after that we search people who have experiences in this theme. After collecting the informations about the houses we planned our building. The group made written notes and photos during the experiment. We only worked in weekends, so that we finished the main procession in 2012. We didn’t want to exactly follow or contradict to anybody, only made our idea but persisted in archeological remains.

    Keywords: 11th-13th centuries, building, reconstruction, wooden raw materials, experimental archeology, pit-house

  • K. Németh András ,
    Takács Melinda :

    Abstract: The church of Lápafő can be found on the western border of Tolna County. It was first mentioned in a Medieval document in 1430. The building was excavated in the Calvinist cemetery of present-day Lápafő in 2012. In the first, Romanesque period a church with a semicircular apse was built from stones, bricks and rammed clay layers. In the Late Middle Ages an annex was added to the church. The full length of the building was about 18,8 meters.

    Keywords: Arpad Dynasty, late Middle Ages, settlement study, history of architecture, cemetery

  • Szőke Balázs :

    Abstract: The Provostry and Church of the Virgin Mary (Szűz Mária) at Székesfehérvár went through several reconstructions in the Middle Ages. The last significant expansion was initiated by Matthias Corvinus. The late Gothic elements of the Provostry’s vault was found by Imre Henszlmann in the territory of the ruined monument in the 1860’s. The rib vault dating back to the period of Matthias Corvinus was annexed to the buttress built in the Angevin Era. The construction with internal buttresses could come into existence as a consequence of this fixity in the building technique. Examples for this can be found in the Franciscan Church in Szeged-Alsóváros, and in several churches in Transylvania.

    Keywords: net vault, rib vault, late gothic, 3D digitizing, Székesfehérvár, internal buttress, Matthias Corvinus, Imre Henszlmann

  • Jankovics Norbert ,
    Koppány András :

    Abstract: In 2011 in connection with the reconstruction of Boldogkő Castle building archeological investigations were carried on. Thanks to the excavations several periods of the the northern tower forming a triangle, the so-called Malombástya and the exterior gateway came to light.

    Keywords: Boldogkőváralja, building archeology, tower, exterior fortress, wooden-earth fortification, palisade, reconstruction

  • Szalai Emese :

    Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present the most valuable ceramic pieces from the excavations of Gyula Castle (1956-61), led by Nándor Parádi. It contains the examination of 17 pieces in all, from the groups of Iznik ware, Chinese celadon, porcelain ware and the so-called „Persian” fayance from the 16th-17th centuries.

    Keywords: ceramics, 16th-17th centuries, Great Plain of Hungary

  • Véninger Péter :

    Abstract: During the examination of the two black glazed tile stoves from Nyírbátor, we couldn’t decide if the black colour was the result of a technological mistake or it was coloured on purpose. Because of that, we have come to a decision to examine the tiles with the help of electron microscopy. Our hypothesis was that in the case of conscious color management we will find ordinary materials such as manganese (Mn), cobalt (Co), iron (Fe) in the glaze. On the other hand, if the black colour is the result of a mistake, it could be the consequence of an undue burning atmosphere. In this case, the outcome presumably would be a green or yellow glaze. The examination has come to a different conclusion.

    Keywords: tile stove, black glaze, iron silicate, Nyírbátor

  • Nagy Balázs :

    Abstract: The coin hoards dating back to the time of the Tatar Invasion in Hungary were studied on the basis of numismatical, historical and economic historical points of view. The first coin hoards were found by Gábor Kárpáti in a grave while he was reconning at the ruins of the monastery on Pécs-Jakab-hegy. This finding consisted of 18 pieces of friesacher denars. The second coin hoards were found during the excavation of the Cella Septichora in 2005. The 52 friesacher denars were presented by Balázs Bodó in a catalogue in 2007. The materials of these findings were examined by MTA (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) with a result that confirms our precognitions about Pécs in the era of the Arpad Dynasty. Also we could make further conclusions for further researches on numismatics.

    Keywords: the era of the Arpad Dynasty, friesacher denar, numismatics, coins

  • Varga Máté :

    Abstract: The article gives an insight into the coin hoards of Somogy county from the medieval and early modern ages. Till this time, there was no complex résumé about these artifacts, therefore the aim of this study is to supply this deficiency. We have knowledge of 90 coin hoards in Somogy county, but probably there were many other findings beyond this quantity. The majority of these artifacts are from non-authentic archeological excavations or rather they are not accessible for archeological purposes.

    Keywords: denars, tallers, gold coins, Arpad Dynasty, Osman Period

  • Nagy Balázs ,
    Tóth Zsolt :

    Abstract: In 2008, silver coins were found during an archeological excavation at Kossuth Square in Pécs. The coin hoard which consisted of 381 pieces of coins was found in a sporran from next to some broken potteries. Restorations of the silver coins were done by the Archeological Department of Janus Pannonius Museum. After their specifications were made, we have analyzed the coin hoard by means of numismatics methodology. Considering the occurence and the time of concealment of the artifacts, construction of the silver coins is unique in relation to many other coin hoards dating back to the same era. It seems that the owner of the silver coins hid his pouch after 1560.

    Keywords: early New Age, numismatics, silver coins

  • Mordovin Maxim :

    Abstract: The rescue excavations carried out in the centre of Pápa produced a huge number of very different finds. Among others more than one hundred cloth seals were found, which number is higher than the all other such from the territory of the whole medieval Kingdom of Hungary. These seals represent a very intensive distance trade of cloth production in 15th-17th centuries between Pápa and several important western centres of cloth-production, including Cologne, Ulm, Nuremberg, Arras, Hamburg etc. The finds from Pápa supplement the data known from the written sources concerning the cloth trade.

    Keywords: cloth seals, textile production, urban archaeology, international trade

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