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In "The Mortuary Archaeology of the Medieval Banat (10th 14th centuries)" Silviu O a highlights the interactions among diversified ethnic teams as mirrored in burial customs and funerary practices. The ebook will take care of the Banat as a complete (as against the Romanian, Serbian or Hungarian elements of the quarter) because the smooth political borders aren't exact with the cultural obstacles within the center a long time. On a extra common point, the objective of this ebook is to examine the social dynamics within the zone. the writer rejects the concept any of the "archaeological cultures" pointed out within the Banat (e.g. the Bjelo Brdo tradition) will be linked to any unmarried ethnic group."

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