Pannonian Basin before the Hungarians

Pannonian Basin Before The Hungarians

Pannonian Basin before the Hungarians

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This article discusses the known pre-history and early history of the area corresponding to modern-day Hungary, and the peoples associated with this area.

For the prehistory of the Hungarian people, see Hungarian prehistory. For an account of the more recent history of Hungary, see History of Hungary.

Stone Age

Early palaeolithic Vértesszőlős, which contains pebble tools of a kind of Homo heidelbergensis. The place where "Samu", the Homo /erectus seu sapiens was found is the oldest archaeological site in Hungary. Mesolithic sites are rare, but start to appear after systematic surveys, especially in the Jászság area (Latin Jazygia) in northern Hungary (Jászberény I). Neolithic settlement begins with the Criş Körös culture, carbon-dated to around 6200 BC. The Middle Neolithic sees the Western Linear Pottery culture in Transdanubia and Satu-Mare (Szatmar) and Eastern Linear pottery (called "Alföld Linear Pottery" in Hungary) in the East, developing into Želiezovce (Slovakia) and Szakálhát and Bükk, respectively. The Late Neolithic Tisza culture is followed by the eneolithic Tiszapolgár and Bodrogkeresztúr cultures.

Iron Age (c. 800 BC - 9 AD)

In the Carpathian Basin, the Iron Age commenced around 800 BC, when a new population moved into the territory and took possession of the former population’s centers fortified by earthworks. The new population may have...
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