Even with all of the hi-tech equipment used on site, old-fashioned note taking is important for processing patterns observed in the field, and reminding yourself to finish certain tasks in the lab that evening.
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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.