Cremation urns from Békés Jégvermi-kert are sometimes first scanned using x-ray computerized tomography (CT) at a clinic in the Department of Radiology at the University of Szeged (with thanks to Dr. András Palkó, above). CT scans of cremation urns are useful as guides for micro-excavation, as they allow artifacts, bone positions, and sometimes even stratigraphy, to be known before we attempt recovery. Even more important, because cremated bone further fragments during excavation, CT permits measuring critical elements of intact bones before removal, improving chances of assigning sex, age categories and minimum number of individuals, as well as identifying pathologies.