Drawing human burials and other features in the field is important even if we take photos from multiple angles and measurements with the total station. Drawing requires us to interpret what we see, and process the location of skeletal remains, form, orientation, decoration, and profile of vessels still in situ.
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The Bronze Age Körös Off-Tell Archaeology (BAKOTA) project is studying a Bronze Age cemetery population in Eastern Hungary, and aims to understand how this region intensified farming, craft production, and trade without corresponding increases in social inequality.