The BAKOTA field school (July 3-August 14, 2015) is now taking applications. Over six weeks , project members will excavate at the Békés 103 cemetery and investigate the emergence of social complexity in the Bronze Age. For more information on the field school, click here.
Vasárnapi Hírek updates their story from the 2014 season with some of our new results.
‘Dr. Bones comes to mind,’ an article in the Vasárnapi Hirek where journalist Péter Rácz and photographer Márton Kállai meet the BAKOTA team.
An article at beul.hu describing the summer 2014 excavation season.
On June 20th, seven archaeological projects met during the first Hungarian Archaeological Research Circle (HARC) at the Hungarian American Fulbright Commission in Budapest.
This newspaper article describes research at the Jégvermi-kert site during an interview with BAKOTA Hungarian co-director Györgyi Parditka and Lászlo Paja.
An article about Quinnipiac students Justine Tynan and Lauren Tosti and their work on the BAKOTA project.
Julia Giblin blogs about the BAKOTA Project’s latest work in the field this summer.
Collaborating with Kristian Kristiansen and “The Rise” project.