Mortuary practices in Transylvania

Mihai Gligor, from the Department of History, Archaeology and Museology, University of Alba Iulia, in Romania, was the invited speaker in the latest talk form the series Encounters with our past: Seminars in Prehistory and related disciplines.

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Mihai presented his work Mortuary practices in Transylvanian Neolithic and Eneolithic: an overview. Mihai Gligor currently works at the Department of History, Archaeology and Museology, 1 Decembrie 1918 University Alba Iulia. Mihai does research in Neolithic Archaeology, Archaeometry and Funerary Archaeology. Their most recent publication is ‘ATR-FTIR and SEM-EDS Analyses of Lumea Nouă Painted Pottery from Alba Iulia-Lumea Nouă Neolithic Site.’

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Mortuary practices in Transylvania

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